|CHANGES IN 2016-17 SCHOOL END DATES AND TIMES|
All elementary, 4K, and 3K students will NOT have school on Tuesday, June 6.
All SMS and SHS students will be dismissed at 1:00 pm on Tuesday, June 6.
|Great Lakes trip to School Forest|
Great Lakes Elementary School’s 5th grade classes recently visited the Superior School Forest, where they did some community service by cleaning windows, raking, and doing some general cleaning in the classrooms. Thanks for your hard work, students!
|Salute to Service|
On Monday, May 22, 2017, the School District of Superior recognized district staff members who are retiring or ending their school careers this year. The annual Salute to Service event was held at the Superior Middle School. Refreshments were provided by the Superior School District Food Service staff, and the Superior High School Ensemble performed under the direction of Jean Leibfried. “The Salute to Service is an opportunity to formally thank the many people who have dedicated their career to helping the children in our district,” noted Board of Education President Len Albrecht.
District staff members retiring or ending their school career this year include: Julie Bard, Kent Bergum, Keith Borgh, Linnae Bosley, Robyn Deshayes, Gayle Dopp, Jane Hammann, Ron Hazzard, Mark Isabella, Jack Jarnis, Linda Johnson, Mary Johnson-Garay, Patricia Keene, Karen Koehler, David Kukowski, Jean Leibfried, Maureen McGrath, Carol Nelson, Connie Noble, Joan Parenteau, Lynne Penney, Doreen Peterson, Joanne Pitt, Paul Skarman, Robin Silvernale, James Starzynski, Kathy Stuart, Jeannie Szymonowicz, and Tracey Walt. All have served a great cause and deserve credit for their contributions.
|2017 Summer School Information|
June Summer School Session
July Summer School Session
No School July 3rd-6th
No Summer School on Fridays
For Summer School Bus Route Information click here
See Chart Below for School Specific Times
Registration for Summer School is Now Closed for Students in Elementary and Middle School
|Mayor Paine Comes to 4th Grade|
By: Tanner J. Leno, Alex Johnson’s 4th Grade Class
In April, the 4th grade at Cooper Elementary wrote letters to Mayor Paine about how we use too much fossil fuels in Superior, Wisconsin so we should use renewable energy. On April 4th the 4th grade students sent the letters to Jim Paine. About 2 weeks later towards the end of April, Jim Paine’s secretary called 4th grade teacher, Mr. Johnson and told him that the mayor read all the letters and he wanted to meet the fourth grade students who wrote the letters. “Would May 9th work?” she said. Mr. Johnson said, “Yes” and was very happy after that.
On May 9th at around 1pm, Jim Paine walked into Mr. Johnson’s classroom at Cooper Elementary and talked about the environment and how it works. “It was a treat to see the mayor come into my classroom. He took time out of his day to come see the school he grew up in and loved.” That is what Mr. Johnson said when I interviewed him. When I went to a student they had a very similar reaction. Kellan Bartell, 4th grade student in Mr. Johnson’s 4th grade class, said “Mayor Paine was a very good person and had a very good sense of humor.” He also said that it was the best day of school ever and many other kids said the same. All of the kids were very happy that the mayor took time out of his day to come and see them. Mayor Paine’s last words in the classroom were, “Make as many friends as possible in elementary and middle school so people will like you.”