Lineville Intermediate News
March 1, 2023
LINEVILLE PHONE NUMBERS
March 2- PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES
Mar. 10- NO SCHOOL
Mar. 20-24- NO SCHOOL- SPRING BREAK
CALENDAR AT A GLANCE
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.
It is time to purchase your yearbook! Please visit the below link to order today.
Best pricing for books is available until March 1st. After March 1st prices will increase and no upgrades will be available.
If you are in need of alternative ordering options, please contact Harmann Studios Customer Care Team at 1-800-236-8910.
5TH GRADE PARENTS ONLY:
During the past several weeks, your child has participated in the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Program at Lineville Intermediate School. This program was presented as a cooperative effort between the school and the Brown County Sheriff’s Office.
The D.A.R.E. Program was designed to prevent drug use and to provide your child the skills necessary to make wise decisions in life. Your child has successfully completed the D.A.R.E. Program.
The Brown County Sheriff’s Office and Lineville Intermediate School invite you to attend the D.A.R.E. graduation ceremony on Friday, March 3, 2023, at 2:00 p.m.
We encourage parents and family members to attend this graduation ceremony. Your attendance helps to show how important your child’s drug-free future is to you.
We look forward to seeing you on March 3.
Brown County Sheriff’s Office
Your student will have another opportunity to increase their awareness of their social and emotional behaviors through completing a social, academic and behavior screener. The screener, mySAEBRS, will ask students a total of 21 questions and will be completed in under 10 minutes. The student’s teacher will also complete a similar screener based on their observations of the students. This optional screener will allow school staff to identify universal and targeted areas for growth focused on students being able to regulate their emotions, develop positive relationships and make positive decisions. This screener is done twice a year.
Feel free to contact Sydnee Milis with any questions or for more information. If you would like to opt your child out of the screening process please complete this opt out form by March 2nd, 2023.
LEADER IN ME
Last month in the L.I.M video we showcased Habit 4. This month's video showcases Habit 3 “Put First Things First.” In the video you will see that the 2 girls are doing their math homework like they’re supposed to, while the 2 boys are playing non-school related games on their iPads. One of the boys realizes that he is making a mistake by not doing his math homework first. The other boy continues to not put first things first by playing the game. One boy does the right thing, but the other does not. The boy who didn’t put first things first had consequences and the other was rewarded for doing what was expected.. So in conclusion, always remember to put your “big rocks” (priorities) first. The fun stuff can come later!
-Eloise, Nora, Oliver, and Bryce
(And a special thanks to Mrs.Destache)
SOCIAL WORK CORNER
Our district team of social workers has put together a fantastic summary of school and community resources. Our school social worker, Bobbi Nowaczyk (Miss Bobbi), would be happy to communicate with you further if/as/when needed. She can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org; or her cell phone: 920-639-7048.
Love Yourself this Month!
Welcome to February's edition of our newsletter. We made it through January and are in for a bitter"sweet" February. Don't forget during the month of February to send yourself the same love you'd send to your Valentine. It's never selfish to give yourself grace and love too.
GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP
To better meet the needs of our students, through a collaboration with Unity Grief and Education Center, Lineville Intermediate School is pleased to offer our students the opportunity to participate in a School Based Grief Support Group.
Please click on the link below for information on how your student can participate in this group.
LINEVILLE LITERACY LOUNGE NEWS
Are you looking for reading activities to use with your reader at home?
Start a Book Club: Form a book club with family members, your child’s friends and their parents, or just the two of you. Select a book together and establish small reading assignments, (for example one or two chapters at a time). Choose a specific “meeting” time, and place such as a weekly trip to a park (during the warmer months) or just chat at home over zoom, discussing the book. Be sure to focus on talking about your ideas and themes in the book, using examples from the book. After you finish one book, pick another book by the same author, about a similar topic or in the same genre and compare them.
Compare Perspectives: Read about an event you and your child attended, or write your own accounts of an event you shared. Read the two pieces and then compare the differences between them and the perspectives from which they were written.
Read and Research: Help your child come up with a question about a topic of interest. Then work together to read a variety of sources to find the answer.
Vary your Reading: Read different genres of texts with your child. For example, pick a poem or play and read it together and talk about the ideas, perspectives and themes of it. Read two poems about one topic and compare them.
Green Bay Packers will be hosting 2 FREE events at Lambeau Field in March:
Project Play 60: Saturday, March 11 from 9am-3pm featuring Mindful Yoga for Kids, Ninja Obstacle Course, Inflatables, Game Stations and more.
Timeout for Reading: Saturday March 25 from 9am-noon. The event includes free books for kids, book readings and the bookmobile!
Did you know The Giving Tree’s vision is an education without barriers? Aside from our monthly food pantry, we support students and their families with so much more! From school supplies, to our Holiday Store, we know each student and family’s needs are different. We are looking forward to sharing a little more about The Giving Tree each month in conjunction with our food collections.
ORAL HEALTH PARTNERSHIP
EMERGENCY CLOSINGS AND DELAYS
In addition to District Social Media, local TV/Radio stations and the District Website, HSSD will also send weather-related delays and cancellations via text message.
You may opt in to receive text messages by texting the word YES to 68453. You will receive a confirmation reply within a few minutes of sending your request.