Lineville News

Intermediate School

May 15, 2022

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Jenny Woldt, special education teacher, is the recipient of the HSSD CARE Award at Lineville Intermediate! This award is sponsored by Engage Orthodontics.

Learn more about the HSSD CARE Awards here:


Free Meals to End June 13, 2022

Starting June 13, families must pay for meals. If you are eligible for Free and Reduced Meals and have not yet completed an application for this school year (2021-22), please apply using the button below. This will allow your child to receive free and reduced meals from June 13-30, 2022.

You will need to re-apply for the 2022-23 school year, beginning July 1, 2022.

HSSD School Nutrition webpage


Greetings Parents/Guardians,

In an effort to provide students with the best tools possible for learning, we are excited to share that students in grades 5-8 (grade levels in the 2022-2023 school year) will be receiving new iPad cases with a keyboard and trackpad. Data gathered from students and staff on the frequency of writing in class, the need for keyboard access, and the resulting impact on literacy and depth of learning are the foundations behind the decision. Our students in grades 5 and 6 will receive a new case/keyboard on May 18th in advance of the upcoming school year.

Access to tools that optimize learning can make a positive impact on both academic measures and pride in the process of learning and we are excited to provide an improved keyboard solution for HSSD 5-8 students. Students will now have equitable access to a keyboard at their fingertips as needed to deepen their literacy skills, have an improved visual experience with content in all subject areas without the embedded keyboard popping up and taking up over half of the screen, and a more rugged, student-friendly cover. The case also includes a more durable stand, a trackpad. and keyboard shortcuts specifically for iPad actions.

The new case will be the mandatory district provided protective case for your child. Cases must remain on the device at all times for students. If an iPad is damaged without the provided protective case, the repair and/or replacement will be the full responsibility of the end user and will not be covered by insurance.

The new iPad case is very durable with a multi-year defective warranty. Any intentional damage to the iPad case will be the responsibility of the family to cover the cost for repairs or replacement. Please continue to encourage your child to be responsible in caring for their district issued device and case.

Travis Jiskra

Instructional Technology Coordinator
Howard-Suamico School District


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


The Lineville Orchestra concert will be held on Thursday, May 26th in the Bay Port Auditorium.

Concert A: arrive by 5:15pm; Concert 5:45 pm

Concert B: arrive by 6:30pm; Concert 7:00 pm


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.


Summer reading programs are a fantastic way of keeping children motivated, and excited about reading.

Use this Summer Reading Plan to help discover new adventures throughout the summer.

Summer Reading Plan

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Green Bay Figure Skating Club's spring show will be held on May 21st. Please click on the link below for more information.

GGBFSC Away We Go Poster.pdf


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


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


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


Click the link below for the May school board article written by our student rep to the board, Rohan Gala.

Student Rep to the Board Article.pdf


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.