- Board of Education
As we approach the holiday season, some community members may be feeling an economic impact on their daily lives. Thankfully, we have many amazing resources available to support families in our community.
The Giving Tree is an organization serving students and families in the Howard-Suamico School District, including senior citizens that reside within the villages of Howard and Suamico.
These community members receive everything from food to guidance in the other resources that may help with their financial burden. The first big event of the school year helped more than 600 students with pre-filled backpacks and school supplies.
The next big event on December 13 and 14 will be the Holiday Store designed to help nearly 500 students in the District whose families are registered with The Giving Tree. To learn more about the Holiday Drive and accepted donations go to www.hssdschools.org/community/the-giving-tree. You can also contact Angela Klumb at 920-593-3484 or check out the Facebook page.
The Community Giving Closet was started by members of Hope Community Church. The purpose is to provide gently used clothes for free to those who need them. They are always taking donations of gently used clothing and shoes. You can learn more about the Community Giving Closet at Community Giving Closet - Howard- Suamico School District (hssdschools.org). You can also contact Denise McGinnis at 920-471-3858.
Laundry Love with Helping Hands is another non-profit organization in the Green Bay area. Their purpose is to provide coins, laundry detergent, dryer sheets and a meal while community members wait for their laundry to be washed. Last month they helped over 100 families. If you would like more information on their next event, please check out their Facebook Page – Laundry Love with Helping Hands, or contact Pat Cichocki at email@example.com.
Our students have been hard at work this school year displaying gratitude. Forest Glen students wrote letters, drew pictures, and sent care packages to Fort Hood Soldiers. Bay View students from Apollo House spent time cleaning up the Suamico Cemetery and placing flags on Veterans’ graves. Kindergarten students at Bay Harbor Elementary made cards for a lady that celebrated her 104th birthday.
If you or someone you know needs help in our community, please contact one of these great organizations. They are always looking for volunteers and donations.
For more information about the Howard-Suamico School District, please visit our website at
- Board of Education