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No School - Thursday, October 26, 2017 AND Friday, October 27, 2017
Due to the shortened week, the weekly newsletter will not be published.
Vision Screening October 23!
Students in kindergarten, first and third grades will be screened on Monday, October 23. If you would like to have your child screened and he/she is not in one of the screening grades, please click here to add them to the list to be screened. If you have any questions, please contact the school office at 662-7958. If you prefer NOT to have your child screened, you need to complete and return the form linked here.
Parent-Teacher Conferences End Next Week!
Tuesday, October 24 4:00pm-7:30pm
Thursday, October 26 8:00am-11:30am
If you have not yet scheduled a conference or need to change a scheduled conference, please call the school office at 662-7958.
Last Chance for the Book Fair!
The final date for the annual fall book fair is:
Tuesday, October 24 3:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Please plan on attending and help us put more books in the hands of our students at school and Forest Glen families at home, by connecting kids with books they want to read! All profit dollars earned from the book fair benefit Forest Glen by providing our students and teachers with opportunities to use those dollars to purchase books and build classroom libraries!
In recognition of all the hard work the students at Forest Glen have demonstrated during the 1st quarter of school we would like to celebrate with a costume day!
On October 31 students and staff will be allowed to wear a costume in school for the day.
This is a voluntary activity and students do NOT have to participate by wearing a costume. All costumes must be appropriate for school. Students should plan on wearing their costume to school for the day as we will not be allowing children to put on their costume at arrival. Please follow the guidelines below if you choose to allow your child to dress up.
No scary costumes
No weapons (swords, knives, guns, etc)
No props (wands, microphones, etc)
No clown costumes
Please be sure to check if your child has gym class. If their costume restricts movement please send other clothes and shoes for them to change into for gym
Picture Retake Day
Wednesday, November 1!
Forgot to order your pictures? Call Harmann's at 800-236-8910 ext.3
Each year, the Golden Apple Awards program improves community awareness of the quality of education in the Greater Green Bay area by recognizing high standards of professionalism, leadership and innovation in teaching with the Golden Apple Awards. Seven recipients (individuals and/or teams) are selected annually through a multi-level screening of anonymous applications and personal interviews. Selection criteria are based on the National Board of Professional Teaching standards, which identify the essential knowledge, skills and dispositions expected of experienced, quality teachers. To nominate an educator by October 27, 2017, click here!
See what's happening in music at Forest Glen by checking out Forest Glen Music Room Facebook page!
Save the Date!
Forest Glen Winter Concerts
Monday, Dec. 18
2nd Grade @ 5:30pm
3rd Grade @ 6:30pm
4th Grade @ 7:30pm
Tuesday, Dec. 19
Kindergarten @ 5:30pm
1st Grade @ 6:30pm
All performances will be held at the Bay Port Performing Arts Center
Further details will be communicated soon. Thank you!
Notes from the Nurse
For current information regarding health issues, click here!
Importance of School Attendance!
If your child will be absent due to an appointment, it is recommended that you attain an excuse from your provider for the date and time of the visit and return the excuse to the school office. This will ensure that the absence is noted as an excused absence or tardy. Appointment cards will NOT be accepted as an excuse.
Call to report your child's daily absence by calling the school's attendance line at 662-7990.
Monitor your child’s tardies and absences through the district website: http://powerschool.hssd.k12.wi.us/public/
Click here for more information about the importance of attendance from the State Superintendent's office.
2017-2018 HSSD Calendar
School Highlights Continued
November is National Homeless Awareness Month.
The number of homeless children in the Howard-Suamico School District is on the rise as well as the numbers across the state. Michelle Dahlke, HSSD Homeless Coordinator and The Giving Tree, are doing a fundraiser by selling t-shirts for all staff, students, and families to purchase and wear every Wednesday in November. All proceeds from the t-shirts will go directly to helping all the homeless kids we have identified in the Howard-Suamico School District, which has doubled from last school year. Our goal is to make sure all the kids identified as homeless will not have any barriers to learning/extracurricular activities, so supplying them with clothes, school supplies, food, hygiene items, athletic fees, etc. is very important. The link to purchase shirts is: http://howardsuamic470.corecommerce.com/. Thank you for your support in helping our own students. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Michelle Dahlke at 920-662-7260 or email@example.com.
Find the latest PTO meeting agendas, news, minutes, reports and order forms by clicking here!
November 21 - Texas Roadhouse
December 21 - Tapped
January 18 - Culvers
February 15, 20 - Figaro's/Cousins
March 15 - Marco's Pizza
April 18 - TBD
May 17 - Sweet Mimi'z
From Your School Board
Keep posted here for updates from your HSSD School Board!
Speak Up 2017
The Speak Up Research Project polls K-12 students, parents and educators about the role of technology for learning in and out of school and represents the largest collection of authentic, unfiltered stakeholder voice on digital learning. It is important that the Howard - Suamico School District students, parents, staff and community participate to assist our district in acquiring information for future planning needs. The Speak Up 2017 online surveys open October 16, 2017 through January 19, 2018. Please read more at Speak Up 2017 Flyer. Speak Up survey link: speakup.tomorrow.org; Student Password for all students is hssdspeakup
To access handouts/flyers for area community events click here. The HSSD Community Page includes a Google Calendar list highlighting community events for families in the villages of Howard & Suamico i.e. scouting, festivals, parades, etc. Visit the Howard - Suamico School District Website for school events i.e. Holiday Concerts, Plays, Musicals, Athletic and Art events using our FREE Mobile App is available for the iPhone, iPad, and Android devices in both the iTunes App Store and also on Google Play.
K-5th grade (Due: 11/18)
*Youth boys basketball – Saturday AM program
1st – 4th grade (Due: 10/27)
Other youth information is available at
www.hssd.k12.wi.us and click on schools, under Bay
Port click on Port Athletics and click on Youth
Requesting Use of HSSD Facilities
Our schools now use the Activity Scheduler from rSchoolToday as our School Calendaring system. All of the information is updated in real-time. This link rSchoolToday Calendar walks you through the process to view the events you choose. Once you choose what you want to see on the report it gives the option to subscribe to the calendar.
Requests for facility usage are subject to approval based on administrative policy 7510.