The Bulldog Banter

23rd edition of the 22/23 school year

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CARE Award!

We are excited to announce Meadowbrook’s HSSD CARE Award winner:

Brenda Magnin!

Without a doubt, Brenda:

· Exhibits joy in her role and a love for public education.

· Fosters healthy relationships with others.

· Contributes to a positive building climate.

· And values every contribution with respect and honor.

2023 Calendar Reminders

Monday, May 29 - No School - Memorial Day

Friday, June 2 - Color Run

Tuesday, June 6 - Last Day of School, Early Release

We have extra yearbooks for sale!

The Meadowbrook yearbooks have arrived and will be given to students next week. If you missed the deadline to order; we do have a limited number of copies available for purchase. Cost is $19.50 and cash or check, made payable to Harmann Studios can be brought to the office by your child if you would like to purchase one.

Medication Pick Up Reminder

Please remember to stop in the Meadowbrook office and pick up your child's medication. State Law prohibits us from sending it home with your child. Medication that is not picked up by Friday, June 16th will be disposed of by our District Nurse. If you have any questions, feel free to email


A special shout out to the following students who were recognized for following the Bulldog Way!

James T. I am so proud of James, and how he has used his leadership voice this year to encourage his classmates to make good choices. He consistently reminds others to follow classroom expectations in a kind and helpful way. But most importantly, he uses his voice to stand up for others to make sure that people are being treated in a kind and respectful way. I am so proud of James for using his leadership skills to remind others to be kind and do the right thing. Way to go, James!

Hadley P. Hadley goes above and beyond to show Habit 1: Be Proactive. All year, she has taken her classroom job seriously by always remembering to water the plant in our classroom without needing reminders. She offers assistance to students coming back into the classroom that may have missed directions or learning while they were gone so that they would not be confused on what the class was doing. Hadley often anticipates tasks that her teacher may need help with and offers to help. She really does an outstanding job of being a leader in being proactive!

Click here to see the Kindergarten Spotlight: Mrs. Davidson's Class!


Lettuce turn up our salad bars! School Nutrition is excited to showcase and serve the freshest greens - we will have two different types: Green Star Lettuce and Coastal Romaine on the school salad bars for students to enjoy.

This lettuce is grown and harvested from the new hydroponic systems located around the district - from cafeterias to classrooms - students get to watch the process and growth! Fresh quality and local greens for the students!

FREE Meals in the Parks

FREE Meals in the Parks: Please reference the flyer for the days and times our School nutrition team will be feeding meals in the parks this summer. We look forward to serving you!
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Reading Olympics for the Fall!

Current second and third grade students learned about our Reading Olympics program recently during their library visits. Please review this information with your child. All interested students can stop in the library and pick up a packet of information. Please email Mrs. Michelle Wick at with any questions. Thanks!

Information Packet

Reading Olympics for Fall!

Please click here for the Reading Olympics Letter!

HSSD Technology Department

HSSD Technology Department: If you have an old HSSD Hotspot please return to the District Office and pick up a New Hotspot as the old units are deactivated


PTO Updates

PTO Updates

Important Dates:

Friday, June 2 - Color Run

Monday, June 5 - Last Meeting of the Year (Voting for Board Members)

~ Color Run

The date for the Color Run is Friday, June 2. The flyer date was incorrect.

~ Please make it a priority to attend the last meeting of the year. We will be voting on Board Members and will discuss money to be spent for the students. We will also learn about what to expect for next year

~ We are also asking for some feedback regarding PTO events. Please take this short survey to get your voice heard!

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School Nutrition Updates

To view the May and June breakfast and lunch menu; please click here.

From the Board of Education

Updates from The Giving Tree

This past month we have been able to give out over 5,000 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!! We also had over 665 volunteer hours last month including the many hours served for our Taste of the Villages and Auction!

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Girls STEM Leadership Camp

The National Railroad Museum is hosting a Girl’s STEM Leadership Camp for girls ages 9-15 on June 6, July6, OR August 2. Visit their website for more information.

NRRM Girls STEM Leadership Camp Poster.pdf

Community Resource Updates

Our district team of social workers has put together a fantastic summary of community resources available to all community members. Please click here to read their newsletter. The Meadowbrook social worker, Ms. Katie Rabas, would be happy to talk with you further if need be. She can be reached via email at or by calling the school office at 920-662-5000.

Care Solace

If you or a family member are looking for help with mental health or substance use, Care Solace can help you quickly find treatment options matched to your needs regardless of the circumstance. Care Solace is a free and confidential service provided to students, staff, and their families by Howard-Suamico School District. Care Solace’s team is available 24/7/365 and can support you in any language.

If you would like to use Care Solace to help you find a provider:

  • Call 888-515-0595 available 24/7/365
  • Visit and either search on your own OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video chat, email, or phone.
  • Contact a member of student services (school counselor, school social worker, school psychologist) for a warm handoff referral.

Community Events

Please click here to explore some family friendly activities and outings in our area.

Registration is now open for East River Pop Warner Football! The program is open to students aged 7-12 and runs August- October at Willow Creek Park.

Buccaneers Flag Football for boys and girls ages 6-12 and Bucky Ball for kids ages 3-5 will run July 1- July 31. For more information and to register visit the Howard Suamico Youth Sports Association’s website.