Lineville News

Intermediate School

May 1, 2022

ATTENDANCE LINE (920) 662-7875

When reporting an absence, please call our school's attendance line at 920-662-7875 prior to the start of each school day.


Join us for the final PTO meeting of this school year, Monday, May 2nd, 6 p.m. in the Roadrunner Room at Lineville. The meeting will include an update on the ZENgarden project, planning for next school year and seeking volunteers for our vacant board positions. The PTO is a volunteer run organization and is in need of more volunteers if we are to continue to help our schools. If you are unable to attend, but would like more information, please contact Sara Fielder at 920-883-9314 or


The 5th Grade Spring Choir Concert is May 12 @ 5:45 in the Bay Port PAC

Please click here to view all of the concert details.

The 6th Grade Spring Choir Concert is May 12 @ 7:00 in the Bay Port PAC

Please click here to view all of the concert details.


The Lineville Bands will present spring concerts on Thursday, May 19th in the Bay Port Auditorium. Please note: the school district printable calendar on the district website has published an incorrect date for this concert. Below you will see the times for students from each band:

5th Grade Band: arrive by 5:40 pm; Concert: 6:00-6:20 pm

6th Grade Band: arrive by 6:40 pm; Concert: 7:00-7:20 pm

Band students must wear their blue band shirts.

May parent band concert note.pdf


Staff Appreciation Week is just around the corner and we need your help! Through the Howard-Suamico Education Foundation's second-annual Giving Gratitude Campaign, we will be sharing certificates of appreciation with HSSD employees, including notes from YOU!

Last year, more than 1,100 certificates of appreciation were shared with HSSD employees. Click here to submit a note to a staff member who has made an impact on your student or your family by Wednesday, May 4 at noon. You can send as many certificates as you would like!

Wellness Resource Fair

Please join us in kicking off mental health awareness month at the Wellness Resource Fair Tuesday, May 3. Click on the link below for details and more information.

Celebrating Wellness Resource Fair


Dental Sign Up

Oral Health Partnership (OHP) is coming to your school to provide in-school dental care to your child! OHP serves children with Medicaid or uninsured on the free and reduced lunch program. If your child qualifies, please fill out the health history -

OHP plans to be at your school May 4!

¡Oral Health Partnership (OHP) viene a su escuela para suministrar cuidado dental para su hijo en su escuela! OHP sirve a los niños con asistencia médica o sin seguro que califican para almuerzo gratis o reducido en la escuela. Si su hjio califica, favor de llenar un historial médico -

¡OHP tiene planeado visitar sus escuelas en Mayo!


The Lineville PTO is raising funds for the next phase of Lineville's Zensory Garden project. The Zensory Garden will be a safe educational sanctuary for scholars to connect with each other and their teachers. It will promote well-being and self care along with promoting academic growth. We encourage your students, friends and family to participate in this fundraiser and help make the Zensory Garden a reality.

Welcome to our Raise Craze fundraiser! This is a unique way for us to raise money for our school while making an impact in our community. During this fundraiser, students ask friends and family for donations via the online Raise Craze platform while paying it forward serving others. What a great way for us to teach our students the importance of kindness and gratitude while raising much needed funds. Students will spend time serving, not selling!

Registration Link

1. Enter your student’s name

2. Select at least 3 Acts of Kindness

3. Enter 5-10 email addresses of potential supporters.

Raise Craze will send all emails, reminders and thank you notes. Emails will never be shared with third parties or used for marketing.

Dates: May 2 - May 13

Our Goal: $20,000 - To help fund the next phase of Lineville's Zensory Garden

Every student can participate in Raise Craze by completing Acts of Kindness (AOK) so we’re aiming for 100% participation. Students are encouraged to complete Acts of Kindness at home, but will also have opportunities at school and in their classrooms.

Need help getting started? Check out the Raise Craze Instructional Video or contact Sara Fielder at


It’s always a great time to join Girl Scouts! JOIN NOW to participate in troops, summer events and camp and get a FREE special offer. Receive $10 off extended year membership, valid 4/4/2022-9/30/2023, a custom headlamp, and an activity book full of summer outdoor activities nailed to you. Visit the Girl Scouts website and choose extended membership with promo code SUMMER10 before 7/31/2022. Questions? Contact Dawn Krull at or call 888-747-6945.

For more information, click on the link: Girl Scouts - Spring/Summer


This past month we have been able to give out over 5,700 pounds of food to families! We also provide families with household and personal care items.The generous donations that come in make all the difference in stocking our shelves and supporting HSSD students and their families!!

This month we are collecting plain pasta/noodles. Please feel free to send donations with your students to put in the collections bins/carts near the main office of school. Items can also be dropped off during school hours. The Giving Tree appreciates the community support in helping ensure food is not a barrier to a student’s education.


Its not too late to order the 2021-22 yearbook! Please visit the link below to order today.

If you are in need of alternative ordering options, please contact the Harmann Studios Customer Care Team at 1-800-236-8910


Howard-Suamico School district invites your participation in the following community events. Click on the link below for more information.

Educate, Empower, Engage

Timeline for Bay View Registration and Orientation


Are you looking for strategies to use with your reader at home? Please view the strategies listed below!

Inferring From Fiction

Purpose--to make an inference or draw a conclusion while reading fiction texts.

1. Find an important or surprising dialogue or action.

2. Why did the character say or do that?

3. What is the character thinking?

4. What are you thinking?

Inferring From Nonfiction

Purpose- to make an inference or draw a conclusion while reading informational texts.

1. Find an important sentence.

2. Ask a “why” question about the sentence.

3. Answer your “why” question.

Are you looking for ways to promote reading at home? Watch the following video from Teachers College for helpful tips.

Video: How to Get Your Child Interested in Reading

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Katie Williams at or Sherry McCarthy at


Bay View 2022-23 Registration & Orientation for 6th Graders

Please see the link below for important dates to apply for courses, student and parent meetings, course selections, etc.

If you have any questions, please contact the School Counselor for incoming 7th graders, Molly Sabel.

Timeline for Bay View Registration and Orientation


East River Pop Warner Football registration has begun for kids ages 7-12. The program teaches safe tackling and football fundamentals, while emphasizing the importance of education through the Little Scholars Program. Visit the East River Pop Warner website to learn more.


Advantage Tennis Camp- Summer 2022

Have fun, get better and make friends at Advantage Tennis Camp! Summer sessions begin on June 13th for kids ages 4-18. Check out Advantage Tennis Camp's website for more information.