Level Up Campaign
The Howard-Suamico Education Foundation is excited to share the results of our Level Up capital campaign. Over $1,397,000 was raised to help fund four capital projects in the Howard-Suamico School District that will benefit students and the future of our community.
Thank you to the following organizations and individuals for making the projects below a success. It is because of you that our students of today and the future will learn the life lessons taught through academics, arts, and athletics in these new and updated spaces.
|John N. Allen||Damian and Melissa LaCroix|
|Lonny and Melissa Charles||Marlow Family Foundation|
|Base Companies||Jon and Shannon Marsden|
|Bay Port Athletic Booster Club||Dan and Jayne McQuillan|
|Bay Port Wrestling Club and Mat Club||Mid Vallee Golf Course|
|Brown County Community Women’s Club||Laura Nowakowski Scholarship|
|Craig and Karen Dickman Family||David and Diane Pietenpol|
|Elevate97||Mark and Patricia Radtke|
|Ferguson Family||Edward Jones - Jonathan Schweiger|
|Jim and Jeanne Greisinger||Shopko Foundation|
|James and Mary Flanigan||Billy and Nicole Smith|
|Harmann Studios||Fred and Renee Stieg|
|Bill and Sara Hawker Family||Suamico Citgo|
|HSSD Community of Promise||Thrivent Financial|
|Bryan and Melissa Hyska||Trinity Lutheran Church|
The libraries at all five elementary schools were upgraded to Solutionist Studios this summer. These spaces will provide a student-focused atmosphere with access to digital and physical resources for all elementary students and staff.
Bay Port Performing Arts Center
The Bay Port PAC received updates, including best-in-class equipment, lighting, and technology. These upgrades will enhance student and audience experiences at all fine arts performances. Prior to the Level Up Campaign, the Bay Port PAC was largely unaltered and was outfitted with original equipment from when Bay Port was built in 2000.
Pirate Strength & Performance Center
The new Pirate Strength & Performance Center allows students, staff, and community members to train and perform at the highest level. Combined with the Wrestling Room, the space totals 16,032 square feet, 7,000 more than before the Level Up Campaign.
Bay Port Softball and Baseball Fields
The grass on the former baseball and softball fields presented ongoing drainage and reliability issues. The new synthetic turf increases usage and playability across all programs and provides the opportunity to have a safer and more reliable playing surface.