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Attention Alumni: Bay Port Partnering with
Harris Connect to Produce Publication

Bay Port alumni change e-mails, jobs and locations making it hard to keep up with them. The Howard-Suamico School District has contracted with Harris Connect to update contact information for our alumni so that they can keep up-to-date on news, activities, and events. Harris will also help produce a hardcover publication that will allow alumni to reconnect with old friends as well as network professionally. Although everyone on the class rolls will be included in the alumni directory, no one is under any obligation to purchase a directory.

Harris specializes in alumni and membership publications and the data specifications involved with this type of project. Alumni will be contacted by email and/or regular mail or by phone over the next few months to verify and update contact information including class year, college achievements, and current work trade.  Thank you in advance for your participation.

Sarah Mauel receives Horizon League honor

UW-Green Bay junior Sarah Mauel was one of 52 student-athletes named to the 2014 Fall Academic All-Horizon League team.

The Bay Port alumna led the Phoenix women's cross-country team in each of its races last season and placed sixth at the Horizon League championship meet.

Mauel is a human biology major and has a 3.75 cumulative GPA.

Henry Rymer will lead a MSA task force


Henry Rymer, 2012 Bay Port High School Alumni, was featured in a story in the Minnesota Daily. The Minnesota Daily is the campus newspaper of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, published Monday-Thursday while school is in session, and published weekly on Wednesdays during summer sessions. 


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Up & Coming Nashville Star Returns to
Former Elementary School

Kesler De Ruyter, Bay Port High School graduate and rising Nashville country music star, returned home to Howard Elementary School to spend some time before Thanksgiving break to visit with the 4th graders. 


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Are you ready for your sunny day? | Jay DeMerit


Published on Feb 2, 2015


From the quiet streets of a small mid-western town in the US to the raucous stadiums of the English Premier League and 2010 World Cup, Jay DeMerit’s rise to football prominence is a story of remarkable triumph. With the recent announcement of his retirement, the former captain of the Vancouver Whitecaps 

Jay DeMerit to appear at Meyer Theatre


Jay DeMerit and Lauren Sesselmann, two world class and highly renown soccer players from the Green Bay area, will appear and speak at the Meyer Theatre in Green Bay on Tuesday, December 27, 7pm as part of a fundraiser for Junior Achievement in Brown County. 


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Bay Port Alumni, Marcus Ruh Named to
Capital One Academic


All-District Team Marcus Ruh, the on-court leader for the Saint Leo men's basketball team, is also making a name for himself off the hardwood as he has been named to the Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-District team it was announced by CoSIDA representatives earlier this week.


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