Our weekly social media newsletter, the HSSD – Week in Review, is here!
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*Pirates Prevail Under Friday Night Lights
*Exploring with Inquiry in Science
*Community Leaders Gather at HSSD
*And much more!
The Howard-Suamico Gifted and Talented team was selected as a Golden Apple award recipient, the Greater Green Bay Chamber announced today. The team was surprised with the award this morning at the District Office and Training Center. Team members include Lyzette Maroszek, Brenda Rank, Mike Jameson, Nicole Smith, and Danielle Schuh. The team joins six individual award winners from throughout Northeast Wisconsin who will be honored at the Golden Apple Awards Ceremony Wednesday, April 19, 2017.
A $3,000 Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2016 Fellowship was presented to Bay Port High School Orchestra director, Audrey Nowak, at a recent recognition luncheon hosted by former U.S. Senator Herb Kohl.
The Herb Kohl Fellowship recognizes teachers who have demonstrated superior ability to inspire love of learning in their students, have motivated others, and have provided meritorious service both inside and outside the classroom.
The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation has been recognizing educational excellence annually since 1990, awarding fellowships to 100 Wisconsin teachers and matching grants to each fellow’s school. Since it was established in 1990, the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation has awarded $10.2 million to Wisconsin students, teachers, and schools.
The Howard-Suamico Education Foundation and the Howard-Suamico Optimist Club are hosting a Sporting Clay event at Little Creek Lodge in Abrams Tuesday, June 14 to raise funds to support the Foundation’s Back to School event. Click here for registration form and sponsorship opportunities.
HSSD Summer School Registration is Tuesday, April 12 beginning at 4:30 p.m. Register online at http://hssd-tlc.weebly.com/summer-school.html or in person at Lineville Intermediate School.
School counselors at Trent Noe and Kathy Vanden Boogaard at Lineville Intermediate School are working with 5th and 6th grade students and their families to begin exploring college and career options. Megan Lowry of NBC26 visited to share the story as part of the weekly Partners in Education segment. Click here to learn more.