To access handouts/flyers for area community events click here. The HSSD Community Page includes a Google Calendar 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.
School classes begin at 7:30 am!! Students are expected to be in their classrooms by 7:30 am. A small percentage of students each day must make a better effort to get to “work” on time. Regular school attendance is crucial for successful school performance. The primary focal point of the educational process is the classroom and any absences will deprive the students of an opportunity to learn.
Study halls, even on block days, are part of the student schedule and need to be treated as a class, not free/social time.
If your child was absent part or all of a school day, and we have no reason for him/her not being here, you will be receiving an automated message
the day following an absence.
We recognize that some absences are unavoidable. If a student must miss class, the procedure on all absences is for a parent to call the Bay Port Attendance Office at 662-7248 by 7:30 am. A parent phone call is needed for student illness, medical appointments, pre-arranged absences, or any other absence.
Bay Port has a closed campus for the entire school day. Students are not allowed to leave the campus during the lunch periods. If a student must leave school during the school day for any reason, a parental call or note is needed prior to the student leaving the building.
ATHLETIC SINGLE EVENT PRICES
Prices for admissions to athletic events for the 2015-2016 school year are:
FAMILY: $45.00 (Parents & your children – 8thgrade and under)
SENIOR CITIZENS: The Fox River Classic Conference has developed a pass for senior citizens, which allows them into all athletic events free. These passes are available at the bookkeeper’s office at Bay Port High School upon request.
Students (8thgrade & under) must be accompanied by parent to use the Family Athletic Pass.
Individual student invoices will be sent home sometime in early October. In an effort to be green and save costs with postage and mailings, we ask for each family to log into our website and set up an account for viewing and paying fees online. You can do this at one building for all your students within the Howard-Suamico School District. Please visit our link at the Bay Port High School website, click on Parent/Student, then Information. You will see a link “Student Fees” on the right hand side. All future correspondences about fees will come to you via the email address you enter.
EXTRA CURRICULAR FEES
The extra-curricular activities and sport fees are $25.00 each activity/sport, no limitation on number of activities/sports.
Technology Insurance Fee- $75 per year- Covers accidental damage. Does not cover loss or theft.
BAY PORT ATHLETIC APPAREL
Looking for Bay Port athletic apparel, duffle bags or stadium seats? Bay Port athletic apparel is now available at the Bay Port Booster Club's new online store! Check out the online store at www.bay-port-boosters.myshopify.com. You can reach a Booster Club representative at Bayportboosterclub@gmail.com
FEEDING THE SPIRIT
Parent Support Group for Children with Special Needs
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EMERGENCY CLOSINGS AND DELAYS
Inclement weather may necessitate the closing or delay of schools.
If schools are closed this will also include the cancellation of extracurricular activities and the events in the community pool unless otherwise announced. Please listen to local radio or television stations for school closings or delays. Such weather may also deter students from going outside during the school day. Please be sure that students are dressed appropriately for the weather. In addition to local radio and television, weather conditions can be checked on-line at www.hssd.k12.wi.us. Click on the Wunderground link for local weather conditions and forecasts.
Parents, Bay Port has once again been given the opportunity to participate in an international assessment which will be administered to a randomly selected group of 15 year old students. This assessment, which various students took last year, measures knowledge in math, reading, science, along with critical thinking and problem solving skills. Data from this important assessment will also allow Bay Port to measure results from other schools around the world.
In the near future many of you will be receiving invitations for your student to take this assessment which is scheduled for Thursday, January 30th. The assessment will take place during the school day and the opportunity to take the assessment will assist in providing Bay Port High School valuable results that we can use as another valuable tool in providing more learning opportunities for all of our students.
If you have any question regarding this assessment, please contact Mr. Wallander at 662-7000.
Driver’s education consists of two parts: Classroom and Behind-the-Wheel. State Law requires anyone under 18 to complete both parts. Bay Port High School offers both parts of drivers’ education only during the summer. State Law also stipulates certain age requirements to be eligible for each part of drivers’ education. All students, regardless of grade level, who will turn 15 on or before August 31, 2015 are eligible for the classroom portion of driver’s education this upcoming summer. Students cannot receive their instruction permit until the age of 15 years 6 months AND be enrolled in a Behind-the-Wheel program. Therefore, to be eligible for the Behind-the-Wheel portion, students must turn 16 on or before December 31, 2015.
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SCHOOL REPORT CARDS
The School and District Report Cards, using multiple measures of student learning, will provide valuable guidance on how our schools are doing and where we can improve. The new report cards will help all Wisconsin public schools and districts get a better picture of how well they help children learn, advance to the next grade, and graduate ready for college and career.
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