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.
The Suring School District will be offering $20.00 sports physicals on April 5, 2017 during the school day. Any athlete (grades 5 - 12) in need of a sports physical can sign up in the student office.
If unsure if a sports physical is needed for the 2017-2018 school year please contact Mrs. Gerndt. If there is a lot of athletes signed up another date for physicals will be added.
Bellin Sports will give back $20.00/ physical to the Suring Athletic Department.
Thanks for supporting our Eagle Athletic Programs!
Summer School Survey
Your input is very important. Please take the time to fill out the summer school survey.
The survey will close at 4pm on on Friday, March 24, 2017.
Mark your Calendar ...March 28, 2017 at 6pm Gillett High School Gym
Come listen to Kevin's Story
The Suring and Gillett School Districts along with "The Yancy Ride" are working together to bring inspirational speaker Kevin Brooks to our communities. The student body (grades 6-12) will have the opportunity to hear Kevin during the school day cover the topics of suicide prevention, self-harms and depression, impairment, distracted and dangerous driving, bullying, relationships and forgiveness, decision making and peer pressure, overcoming life obstacles, coping with guilt, tragedy and stress, and leadership and creating positive change.
Parents and community members are welcome and encouraged to attend the admission free evening session on March 28, 2017 at 6pm in the Gillett High School Gym.
Three seats on the Suring School Board will be up for election on April 4, 2017. The seats are as follows: one board member residing in the Towns of Bagley, Maple Valley, Spruce area; one board member residing in the Towns of Doty, Mountain, Riverview area; and one board member residing in the Town of How area.
Incumbent Eugene School, Jr. and Erika Schindel filed for the Towns of Bagley, Maple Valley, Spruce area seat; Incumbent Cathleen Lundgren and Lesley LaLuzerne filed for the Towns of Doty, Mountain, Riverview area seat; and Incumbent Mark Strehlow filed for the Town of How area seat
Electors from the entire school district are eligible to vote for candidates from each of the above listed areas. There will be provision on the ballot for write-in votes for candidates from each of the apportionment areas. The election of school board members will be held on Tuesday, April 4, 2017.
2017-2018 School Calendar Survey Results
Click on the address below to see the school calendar survey results.
Thanks to those who took the time to respond to the survey!
SCHOOL FOREST is now open
With logging completed, the trails are again open. The School forest consists of 160 acres of planted pine, aspen saplings and bottomland hardwoods. Marked trails can be enjoyed all seasons. A sheltered picnic area with privies is also on the property. Exercise equipment along the trails provides a great workout, or just take a walk and enjoy nature. Fires or hunting is not allowed on School Forest property.
Logging is required to maintain a healthy forest. DNR Foresters recommend a parcel is thinned approximately every 15 years by removing undesirable trees while promoting healthy trees to grow. This cutting we processed over 700 cord giving the District an estimated $52,650 of revenue. By properly maintaining the Forest over the past many years, the Red Pine planted by the Suring FFA 60 plus years ago, produced desirable pole timber (timber to make power poles), saw logs (used to make lumber), and lesser trees and tops as pulp wood (used to make paper). The District and FFA will continue to manage the Forest with approved practices and plantings to grow for many years to come.
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 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 email@example.com