Individual athletic prices for admission to high school athletic events will be $2.00 for students and $3.00 for adults during the 2016-2017 school year.
Family all sport athletic passes for all home games are available . The cost is as follows: Family = $ 35.00; Single Adult = $20.00; Student Pass = $ 10.00. You can obtain a pass in the district office.
M and O Conference Senior Citizen Pass:
Senior citizens who are 62 and older are eligible to receive a free complimentary pass to all M and O sporting events (except tournaments or special events). Persons interested in receiving a pass please contact the district office.
Welcome to the Suring Public School District
The Suring Public School District provides a safe, supportive, and academic environment that enables children to acquire the knowledge to be a successful life-long learner.
Veterans Day 2016
For the safety of our visitors the school forest is closed to the public. The loggers have started to harvest trees. Thanks for your patience.
Mrs. Wagner receives a $1,000.00 grant award for Suring Public School's "Pollinator Species Planting" project, from our Teachers' Outdoor Environmental Education Fund.
The Teachers' Outdoor Environmental Education Fund was established by Pete Ostlind in memory of his wife, Sue Spaeth, A Wisconsin native and elementary teacher. Grants up to $1,000.00 are awarded annually to public School teachers (K-12) for outdoor environmental education projects.
2016-2017 District Goals
To improve student achievement and growth the district will:
Build an academic environment that will establish measurable student growth in learning.
Use data continuously to identify each student’s needs and provide effective instruction to increase student performance.
Evaluate the effectiveness of programs, interventions, and inclusion practices.
Provide teacher training to facilitate the goals noted above.
To maintain and promote a safe environment the district will:
Implement and practice safety protocols with staff, students and community.
Create written documentation of safety protocols.
To effectively implement technology use within the classroom the district will:
Enhance student engagement.
Create 21st century learners.
Teach and model appropriate use of technology to build college and career readiness.
Continue to provide professional development opportunities to assist teachers in building skills using technology.
Consistently building a positive self-image about the school the district will:
Develop and enhance use of social media.
Share a transparency of classroom curriculum.
Publically celebrate achievements and successes.
Suring Welcomes New Teachers....
Laurie Nelsen - 5th Grade Teacher
Nicole Petrie - Ag Teacher
Years of Service
At the opening of staff in-service held to kick off the 2016-2017 school year, Kelly Casper, district administrator recognized employees who have reached milestone years of employment with the district. She thanked them for thier dedication to the job and to the district.
Suring Eagles Facilities
Open to the public during the hours of 3:30pm - 5:30pm (Monday - Thursday)
The Suring Public School District woudl like to remind families that they can fill out a new free or reduced application at any time a family circumstances change. The application is available in the student office .
Your child's food service balance can be checked through Family Access.
Suring Public School District is in immediate need of substitutes for support staff positions: cook, teacher aide, custodian. Call 920-842-2178 ext. 1041 to request an application or you may pick up an application at the district office at 411 E Algoma Street, Suring, WI.
Suring Elementary will be collecting the following...
Milk Moola (Kwik Trip) caps and bags
small older printer cartridges
These items can be brought into the student office at any time and in any quantity.
Suring Public School District
411 E Algoma St
Suring, WI 54174
Phone: (920) 842-2182
Fax: (920) 842-4570 firstname.lastname@example.org