Welcome to Lineville Intermediate
We are very happy that you are taking time to find out information about the Howard-Suamico School District and Lineville Intermediate.
We would like nothing more than for you to become a part of our family.
We encourage you watch our video "I Have A Place" and check out all of the other resources we have on our website. Although we have done our best to get everything on our website, nothing can help you get to know
us better than talking directly with one of our staff or coming for a visit to Lineville.
We encourage you to contact our building principal, Phil Hart
to schedule a time to visit. He can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 920-662-7871.
We look forward to seeing you!
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Open Enrollment FAQsThe following information is provided by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
What is Public School Open Enrollment?
Wisconsin’s inter-district public school open enrollment program allows parents to apply for their children to attend school districts other than the one in which they live.
Who may participate in open enrollment?
Students in 5-year-old kindergarten to grade 12 may apply to participate in open enrollment. Open enrollment for pre-kindergarten, 4-year-old kindergarten and early childhood education is limited. Parents should call their resident school districts to find out if their preschool-aged children qualify for open enrollment.
How and when may parents apply?
If you currently do not live in our District and are interested in joining us, you may open enroll your child through the
Open Enrollment Process.
Can applications be submitted to more than one school district?
Applications may be submitted to up to three nonresident school districts.
Must students reapply every year?
Once a student is accepted into a nonresident school district, the student may continue to attend that district without reapplication.
Is there a cost to parents for open enrollment?
There is no tuition cost to parents for participation in open enrollment. Parents of open enrolled students may be charged the same fees as resident students.
Who is responsible for transportation?
Parents are responsible for transporting their children to and from school.
If transportation is required in the individualized education program (IEP) for a child with a disability, it must be provided by the nonresident district.
Low-income parents may apply to the DPI for partial reimbursement of their transportation costs.
Can an open enrolled student participate in sports and other extracurricular activities in the nonresident school district?
Open enrolled students have the same rights and responsibilities as resident students.
Interscholastic athletics are governed by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA), which has recently adopted new rules concerning transfer students. Parents should check with the WIAA or the school district’s athletic director about eligibility.