Green Bay Schools

Green Bay Schools Green Bay Area Public Schools (GBAPS) is the fourth largest school district in the state of Wisconsin, serving more than 20,000 students and employing more than 3,000 administrators, educators, paraprofessionals, and support staff.

The District’s mission is to educate all students to be college, career and community ready inspired to succeed in our diverse world. A richly diverse school district, GBAPS is committed to equity to ensure positive outcomes for all students. Working collaboratively with our community partners, GBAPS has significantly increased graduation rates, and the number of students who graduate with college credit and industry certifications. GBAPS offers its students and families a wide variety of specialty schools and programs, providing the right fit for each child’s unique needs.

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As of March 23, 2021, the District Food Service Department passed the one year milestone of serving meals since the pand...
04/02/2021

As of March 23, 2021, the District Food Service Department passed the one year milestone of serving meals since the pandemic started. Over 2,442,355 meals have been served to support our students and families. Thank you, Food Service team! 👏 #GBAPSProud #WeAreHereForYou

Tammy LaRene, Literacy Coach at Franklin Middle School, has been in her role for more than eight years. She has worked w...
04/02/2021

Tammy LaRene, Literacy Coach at Franklin Middle School, has been in her role for more than eight years. She has worked within the District for 29 years. Tammy began her career teaching Family & Consumer Science, traveling to different schools for her first five years. As a Literacy Coach, Tammy works with students in the classroom to help guide their reading abilities. She also partners with teachers to monitor student progress. Tammy provides professional learning for staff as well. During virtual learning, Tammy has used all of her teaching skills. In the first semester, Tammy filled an open classroom position in her building, teaching 6th grade Language and Literature as well as Individuals and Society. As the school year progressed, she found engaging with students online became easier. Families have been able to connect more and are more involved during the school day. Tammy grew up knowing that her dream was to be an educator. As she went through school, that became even more clear. Tammy’s position in Family and Consumer Sciences progressed into an interest in reading and literacy. She earned her Master’s Degree in Education with an emphasis in Literacy and the 316 Reading Teacher Certification. Tammy loves spending time with family. In her spare time, she enjoys crafting, reading, and traveling (pre-COVID). Out of the many places she has traveled, London, England is her favorite. Tammy also loves mid-century design and architecture. #FacesofGBAPS

As a reminder, Friday, April 2 is a recess day, and schools are closed. There will be no meal service. Classes and meal ...
04/01/2021

As a reminder, Friday, April 2 is a recess day, and schools are closed. There will be no meal service. Classes and meal service will resume on Monday, April 5. Have a wonderful long weekend!

We are proud to partner with St. Norbert College and NWTC to collaborate to increase the number of highly qualified STEM...
04/01/2021

We are proud to partner with St. Norbert College and NWTC to collaborate to increase the number of highly qualified STEM-committed students choosing and completing STEM education programs. #CareerReady #GBAPSProud http://ow.ly/zkzM50EdtjV

Do you know someone 16 years of age or older who is looking for a summer job? The District is hiring summer food service...
04/01/2021

Do you know someone 16 years of age or older who is looking for a summer job? The District is hiring summer food service workers for $12/hour to work from June 9 - August 31, 2021. Apply today! #GBAPSProud http://ow.ly/OZPd50EdrJX

Learn more about East High School senior Austin Dewberry. After high school, Austin would like to attend a four-year uni...
03/31/2021
Nicolet National Bank Senior Spotlight: Austin Dewberry – Green Bay East football

Learn more about East High School senior Austin Dewberry. After high school, Austin would like to attend a four-year university and play football at the next level. #RedDevilPride http://ow.ly/gFba50EdiTU

By Murray Gleffe Correspondent Name: Austin Dewberry Nickname: Dewbob School: Green Bay East Sport: Football Parents: Kelly Dewberry and Tom Purdy Twitter: @austin_dewberry Austin Dewberry is a senior on the Green Bay East football team. The Red Devils, under head coach

The District communicates with parents/guardians and staff when they have been in close contact with an individual who h...
03/31/2021

The District communicates with parents/guardians and staff when they have been in close contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. To stay informed as to the number of staff and students who are in isolation or are quarantined at your child’s school, please view the COVID-19 Dashboard. https://bit.ly/30tJXjz

Such a neat tradition at Northeast Wisconsin School of Innovation! Learn more about N.E.W. School of Innovation at https...
03/29/2021

Such a neat tradition at Northeast Wisconsin School of Innovation! Learn more about N.E.W. School of Innovation at https://newinnovation.gbaps.org/ 🛎

RING THAT BELL! N.E.W. School of Innovation would like to celebrate another Academy student meeting their academic requirements. Congratulations! #NEWproud #sunsofinnovation

Reminder: Parents/guardians that wish to make a change from in-person to virtual instruction or from virtual to in-perso...
03/29/2021

Reminder: Parents/guardians that wish to make a change from in-person to virtual instruction or from virtual to in-person for their child are able to do so until Thursday, April 1. To make a change, parents/guardians should contact their child’s school. Virtual learning students may participate in in-person co-curricular activities.

We are so proud of District Community School Resource Coordinator Diana Delbecchi for being named the 2021 Young Profess...
03/29/2021

We are so proud of District Community School Resource Coordinator Diana Delbecchi for being named the 2021 Young Professional of the Year! #GBAPSProud #Excellence ⭐️🏆

𝓒𝓸𝓷𝓰𝓻𝓪𝓽𝓾𝓵𝓪𝓽𝓲𝓸𝓷𝓼 to the 2021 Young Professional of the Year recipient: Diana Delbecchi of Green Bay Schools!👏

Thank you to our YP of the Year award presenter KBX Logistics for their support in honoring Greater Green Bay area young professionals.

The 2021 Future 15 & Young Professional Awards is presented by the Schneider MBA program at St. Norbert College.

We look forward to welcoming back in-person learning elementary students and cohort A secondary students tomorrow. As a ...
03/29/2021

We look forward to welcoming back in-person learning elementary students and cohort A secondary students tomorrow. As a reminder, all students and staff are required to wear face coverings. Guardians/students are requested to fill out the symptom screener every day before students arrive at school. The screener is an important tool in providing safe learning environments for students and staff. If you need directions on how to complete the screener, they can be found on the District website: https://gbaps.org/our_district/coronavirus.

03/26/2021
Week in Pictures 3-26-21

We hope our students and families have a relaxing weekend! This Week in Pictures video features: Baird, Chappell, Howe, Kennedy, King, Lincoln, Martin, Minoka-Hill, Preble, Sullivan, and Tank. http://ow.ly/YEfn30rC8oj

School Social Worker Shanna Devos has been working in her field for more than 19 years and currently works at King and K...
03/26/2021

School Social Worker Shanna Devos has been working in her field for more than 19 years and currently works at King and Keller Elementary Schools. Family outreach is the core of Shanna’s work. She works to ensure that students and their families have all the necessary resources to succeed. Understanding the importance of the relationships between students and staff, Shanna works hard to connect teachers with families. During virtual learning, social workers, including Shanna, have supported students by delivering Food Service meals and dropping off student materials to their homes. In the virtual setting, Shanna also supports students individually, and in groups with peers. Social workers have become more creative in how they access students and families. Shanna continues to build relationships that benefit the social and emotional learning for students. Outside of work, Shanna, her husband and two daughters spend time at the family cottage. Shanna also enjoys crafting, traveling, gardening and relaxing outside. #FacesofGBAPS http://ow.ly/nzKh30rCesn

If you haven't seen the Why East? social media series, please check it out! East High School students and families have ...
03/26/2021

If you haven't seen the Why East? social media series, please check it out! East High School students and families have been sharing why they chose East for their education. Their answers are heartfelt, thoughtful and inspiring. #RedDevilPride #GBAPSProud ❤️ http://ow.ly/xFWo50E8vAY

This week we'd like to introduce Education Foundation Board Member Kate Hogan, Dental City Director of Marketing. To lea...
03/25/2021

This week we'd like to introduce Education Foundation Board Member Kate Hogan, Dental City Director of Marketing. To learn more about the GBAPS Education Foundation and its mission, visit gbaps.org/educationfoundation. #GBAPSProud

03/25/2021

Check out this terrific story about Preble High School student Josh Helgeson, and his journey to succeed in academics, athletics and extracurricular activities. Next year, Josh will be bringing his talents to UW - Madison. He received a $1,000 scholarship from Spectrum for his efforts. We are proud of your hard work and determination, Josh! #PreblePride #GBAPSProud #GBGradsAreGoingPlaces http://ow.ly/lMsa50E8i5h

Join our Food Service team! The District is hiring food service workers for various part-time shifts (shifts are approxi...
03/25/2021

Join our Food Service team! The District is hiring food service workers for various part-time shifts (shifts are approximately four hours long). Salary is $16.79/hour, and there will be opportunities for employment during the summer as well. Visit the District website to apply. http://ow.ly/5AMz50E6Dgo #GBAPSProud #BeTheirSomeone

The Board of Education passed a motion at a special board meeting on March 22 to end the cohort model on April 11, and m...
03/23/2021

The Board of Education passed a motion at a special board meeting on March 22 to end the cohort model on April 11, and move to in-person learning 4-days a week for secondary students (grades 6-12) on Monday, April 12. Wednesdays will remain a virtual learning day for all students. As a reminder, the District will work to maintain physical distancing per the Centers for Disease Control’s three-foot recommendation, but cannot guarantee that we will be able to do that in all instances, such as in hallways, commons and classrooms.

Virtual learning will remain an option for students. Parents/guardians that wish to make a change from in-person to virtual instruction or from virtual instruction to in-person for their child are able to do so until Thursday, April 1. To make a change, parents/guardians should contact their child’s school. Virtual learning students may participate in in-person co-curricular activities.

All students, learning virtually or in-person, are able to use the District’s Support Center for assistance with school ...
03/22/2021

All students, learning virtually or in-person, are able to use the District’s Support Center for assistance with school work in math, secondary science, English Language Arts (reading and writing), and technical assistance after school hours. Our Support Center operator will determine the appropriate resource to assist parents/guardians/students with question(s), and connect them with a teacher or a technology technician.

The Support Center will provide assistance in the following languages: English, Spanish, Hmong and Somali.

There will be some happy readers at Sullivan! 📙 #communitypartners #GBAPSProud
03/22/2021

There will be some happy readers at Sullivan! 📙 #communitypartners #GBAPSProud

Our Sullivan community of readers is grateful for the donation of 88 books to add to our book room!

We thank Michelle Haave from Usborne Books, who collaborated with current Wilder teacher (and former Sullivan teacher), Ann Cumbers. Michelle had reached out to Ann for ideas for a school to be the recipient of Michelle’s Hero Usborne Book Party, and Ann suggested Sullivan.

Pictured are Michelle, Ann, Sullivan teacher Ashley Klug, and a few Sullivan students who got to check out the books early on!

We are incredibly grateful for the donation of these engaging leveled books! We will be adding these books to our book room and to grade level collections so they can be enjoyed by our Sullivan students.

The District will be communicating with parents/guardians and staff when they have been in close contact with an individ...
03/20/2021

The District will be communicating with parents/guardians and staff when they have been in close contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. To stay informed as to the number of staff and students who are in isolation or are quarantined at your child’s school, please view the COVID-19 Dashboard. https://bit.ly/30tJXjz

As a reminder, all students will be learning virtually the week of March 22 - 26, 2021. In-person learning will resume i...
03/19/2021

As a reminder, all students will be learning virtually the week of March 22 - 26, 2021. In-person learning will resume in the blended model on Monday, March 29.

If you haven't responded to our brief survey about Summer School 2021, please do so by March 26, 2021. http://ow.ly/VkXd...
03/18/2021
Feedback wanted for summer school programming in Green Bay

If you haven't responded to our brief survey about Summer School 2021, please do so by March 26, 2021. http://ow.ly/VkXd50E1yXP

GREEN BAY (WLUK) – The Green Bay Area Public School District wants your feedback about summer school. It’s a two-question survey available online. FOX 11’s Emily Deem spoke with Lisa Johnson, the Coordinator Summer School and Extended Learning, via Zoom about the online survey. Cli...

Thank you, St. Norbert College students! #communitypartner
03/16/2021

Thank you, St. Norbert College students! #communitypartner

St Norbert College TRIPS Program participants learned all about the strategy behind Community Schools and heard about some of the great work happening here at Howe. Then they created 150 kits for Howe scholars. These kits contain all the supplies needed to complete one awesome activity!!! Thanks so much, SNC students--your service is appreciated. :)

Lisa Johnson, District Summer School Coordinator, will be on Good Day Wisconsin tomorrow morning in the 7:00 hour. Check...
03/16/2021

Lisa Johnson, District Summer School Coordinator, will be on Good Day Wisconsin tomorrow morning in the 7:00 hour. Check it out to learn more about our offerings this summer!

03/15/2021
Sullivan Movement Break

We hope you're having a great first day of Spring Break! Remember to take time to move your body this week and get those wiggles out. This video is of Sullivan Elementary students enjoying a movement break last week. #GBAPSProud

Congrats to Jennie Cegelski, paraprofessional at West High School for being named a Hero of COVID-19 by the Brown County...
03/15/2021

Congrats to Jennie Cegelski, paraprofessional at West High School for being named a Hero of COVID-19 by the Brown County Medical Society! Her nomination:

"Jennie is my COVID hero because she continued to support our special education students throughout the entire quarantine and shutdown. On a daily basis, she went above and beyond her role as a paraprofessional. She went to school to personally deliver daily meals to families. Some of these families have medically fragile students and were rightfully fearful to venture out into the community. Jennie made sure they had fresh food everyday even returning back to school on occasion to get a student's favorite snack making sure to return back to the student's home so he would have it. She delivered hygiene products to families. She would go to the pharmacy to pick up prescriptions for families without reliable transportation. Jennie ran errands for families who were afraid they would expose their student to COVID if they themselves would run these errands. She would drive to student's home to pick up broken computers, take them back to school for repairs and return them to student's homes. Jennie became a trusted lifeline to many of our special education families. Jennie put the needs of our high risk special education students above her own needs. For all these reasons, I believe Jennifer Cegelski is a COVID hero. Thank you Jennie." http://ow.ly/NhU850DXIXG #WestWildcatPride

Angie, a monitor at Sullivan Elementary School, says "yes you can" wear a face covering, it is your superpower to keep y...
03/13/2021

Angie, a monitor at Sullivan Elementary School, says "yes you can" wear a face covering, it is your superpower to keep yourself and those around you safe!

03/12/2021
Week in Pictures 3-12-21

Today we'd like to share this Week in Pictures video featuring: Baird, Beaumont, Chappell, East, Elmore, Franklin, John Dewey Academy of Learning, Keller, Kennedy, King, Langlade, MacArthur, Nicolet, Preble, Southwest, Tank, Washington, and Webster. http://ow.ly/JKl730rAlmV

Spring Break is March 15 - 19, 2021. There will be no school or meal service. Please have a safe, relaxing and energizin...
03/12/2021

Spring Break is March 15 - 19, 2021. There will be no school or meal service. Please have a safe, relaxing and energizing break! As a reminder, any staff or students who travel internationally are required to quarantine for 14 days upon return.

Thank you, Leadership Green Bay! #CommunityPartner #GBAPSProud #CommunityReady
03/12/2021

Thank you, Leadership Green Bay! #CommunityPartner #GBAPSProud #CommunityReady

We are grateful to Leadership Green Bay Class of 2021 (Group 3) for their support and dedication to starting our Hunger Heroes Food Pantry at Jackson! Group 3 hosted a food drive from January 12-30 at their places of employment to stock the shelves with food to support our families. Team members worked collaboratively with school staff members and the NWTC marketing department to create a logo and flyers to advertise the pantry and food drive. We also received a donated refrigerator from a group 3 member.

Mrs. Schuh's class wrote thank-you letters to Leadership Green Bay on behalf of Jackson students, and are working on a community service project regarding the pantry.

Special thanks to school counselor Tammy Van Ess for her vision and leadership for this special and impactful project! Thank you to the Group 3 Leadership Green Bay members:

-Wayne Walker, NWTC
-Amanda Ashmann, Bank First
-Kimberly Marchetti, Wipfli Financial Advisors
-Cory Guerts, CONNECT, powered by American Family Insurance
-Christine Brown, Berners Schober
-Taylor Kasper, Amerhart Ltd
-Lisa Johnson, Aurora BayCare Medical Center

#GBAPSProud #CommunityReady #CommunityPartner

Baird Elementary fifth grade teacher Tosha Williams plays a key role in encouraging students. Her positive attitude and ...
03/12/2021

Baird Elementary fifth grade teacher Tosha Williams plays a key role in encouraging students. Her positive attitude and bright demeanor allows for a wonderful learning environment. Tosha is also the Positive Behavior Incentive System (PBIS) Instructional Facilitator at Baird. She works to ensure students are engaging in positive behavior. Almost all of the schools within the District have a PBIS Facilitator who works to be proactive rather than reactive. Tosha is also Co-Chair of the 5th grade leadership group and started the 5th grade Baird Buzz school newspaper. At Baird Elementary, Tosha notes the overwhelming support from parents, staff, and administration. There is a feeling of family and community that has been instilled for the benefit of students, which has allowed for success during virtual learning. Tosha knows that support from families improves communication. Any issues or challenges that arise are efficiently settled because of the support coming from all directions. Teaching has been a major part of Tosha’s life. She knew early on that helping others to flourish not only made them happy, but made her happy. Tosha is also part of the Black Action Committee within the District and was nominated for Baird Teacher of the Year. Tosha and her husband have three children whom they love very much. When possible, her family enjoys going down South and spending time with other family members. Tosha loves taking trips to the beach. She says ocean beaches do not compare to lake beaches. #FacesofGBAPS

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More than 21,000 students attend three early education centers, 25 elementary schools (4K-5), three K-8 schools, four middle schools (6-8), four high schools (9-12), one alternative school, and one charter school (9-12), making it the fourth largest school district in the state of Wisconsin. For more information, visit the district website at www.gbaps.org.

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