Junior Prom 2013
2710 Lineville Road
Division 1 School
Bay Port Musical- Good News
Good News is a story that is set in 1928 on the campus of Tait College. Football is king on the Tait campus and Tait's football star "the best fullback in the USA" is Tom Marlowe. The problem is that Tom does not take his studies seriously and has failed Astronomy right before the biggest game of the year (which makes him ineligible to play in the game.) The students protest and the Astronomy professor...who once was dating the football coach...decides she can give him one more chance by retaking his last test. Tom's tutor (Connie) helps him prepare for his test because Tom's girlfriend Pat is just too busy with sorority responsibilities and Tom begins to fall in love with Connie. Also on the football team is Bobby who has never been put in a game and his girlfriend Babe....the most popular flapper on campus. As the big game approaches all kinds of fun situations develop. According to famed Broadway critic Peter Filichia, this musical has more memorable songs in it that any other show listed in his book (he identifies eight of them). Some examples of the songs are: You're the Cream in My Coffee, Button Up Your Overcoat, Lucky in Love, Keep Your Sunnyside Up, The Best Things in Life are Free and the show stopping Charleston dance number...The Varsity Drag. If you want to have a night of pure fun entertainment with great toe-tapping music of the 1920's this is definitely the show for you!
May 1st- 3rd Showtime - 7:00pm
Up & Coming Nashville Star Returns to Former Elementary School
Kesler De Ruyter, Bay Port High School graduate and rising Nashville country music star, returned home to Howard Elementary School to spend some time before Thanksgiving break to visit with the 4th graders. He spoke about the importance of school and working hard for what you want in life, setting goals, following your dreams, and being a good person all of the time. Two weeks ago, Kesler signed with a publishing company then flew home to sing “The National Anthem” at the Packer-Vikings game before spending some time with his family. He picked up a guitar at the age of 7, but never had any formal lessons. He has been busy writing songs for a while. Vande Hei, 4th Grade Teacher, remembers Kesler as “a quiet yet active boy with an amazing voice”. Amy Bero, Music Teacher said, “I knew he would become someone someday if he continued to sing”. We are so proud of Kesler and look forward to following him on his path to continued success! He will begin touring next year.
Bay Port High School Band
The GRAMMY Foundation® (www.grammyfoundation.org) today announced that Bay Port High School Band was one of 123 schools nationwide selected as GRAMMY® Signature Schools semifinalist. Created in 1998, the GRAMMY Signature Schools program recognizes top U.S. public high schools that are making an outstanding commitment to music education during an academic school year.
Innovation Award to NWTC for Mobile Tech Lab
GREEN BAY, Monday, October 7, 2013 – Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and AT&T teamed up today to announce a $5,000 AT&T Innovation & Investment Award to support the Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab at Bayport High School this semester. The mobile tech lab gives students hands on experience with the latest manufacturing technologies and promotes local workforce development programs. Click to read more
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Congratulations Mr. Frieder
Congratulations to Bay Port High School Principal, Mike Frieder, on being named Wisconsin’s recipient of the 2013 MetLife/NASSP National Principal of the Year Award, photo of Mike and wife Sheila.
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Host Families Needed for Exchange Students
STS Foundation, Student Exchange is seeking host families who would like to experience a special cultural opportunity for the 2013-2014 school year. We are looking for great families to host foreign exchange students at Bay Port High School. Our students are between the ages of 15-18, speak English, have full medical insurance and spending money for their own personal expenses. All you have to do is provide meals, a loving home and friendship! STSF is a non-profit, cross cultural corporation designated by the Unites States Department of State Educational and Cultural Affairs Division representing students from over 30 different countries. The goal is to increase cultural and global awareness in American communities, schools and families by allowing foreign students to interact and become involved in our everyday activities. For more information about this unique opportunity please contact Jerry Novak 920-360-6380 or email@example.com.
2013-2014 Course Offerings
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A Message From Principal, Mike Frieder
Bay Port High School opened its doors in the fall of 1963 and had a graduating class of 30 students in 1964. We have rapidly grown over the years with a graduating class over 400 students last school year.
**Seniors! Graduation cap and gown orders will be taken on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 4 and February 5 at the concession stand during your lunches. Cost is $25.00 with checks made out to Sean Brick **
We are currently looking for Bay Port Graduates who would like to share their story about where they are now! We would like to highlight You! Where are you living? What are you doing? How did Bay Port prepare you for your future? Please email Mrs. Hebert to learn more at firstname.lastname@example.org
Come to our Resource Room-C115! Helping Hands is staffed by peers who are ready to provide tutoring for students in all core academic areas. Students, get passes from your academic teachers, show your pass to your study hall teacher, and come see us in room C115. We are open every hour of every day! Hope to see you there!
After School tutoring: Our resource room will be open after school from Monday through Wednesday from 2:40-3:30.
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