Upcoming Events

Today 5:30 PM2 friends are going
Sun 4 PMEmilie Heil is going
Ashwaubenon, WI


Luna Coffee Fundraiser for Aldo’s Experiential Learning Program

What’s all the BUZZ about?! A coffee fundraiser, that’s what! We will be embarking on a fundraising adventure selling Luna Coffee (including the infamous Sand Hill Blend) today. Order forms and informational sheets are being sent home with students today.

If you would like to order coffee but don’t have a student to order from, please email and we can connect you!

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2018 Fall Fest!

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Fall Fest October 25!

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Math Night September 24, 5:00-6:00 p.m.

Don’t Miss a Free Dinner and Fun Math Night!

Join us on Monday, September 24th from 5-6
pm for Math Night! Bring your family to school to enjoy a chili dinner provided by Kroll’s, Tenet Restaurant, and ALAPTO. After you’ve enjoyed your meal, head up to your child’s classroom to learn about our new math program, Bridges.

Teachers will have some fun activities and Bridget will be demoing Google Classroom. RSVP’s required. Any questions, please email Emilie at

You MUST fill out the google form, link below!

To register visit:


ALAPTO Board Meeting September 18

You are all invited to the ALAPTO Board meeting on Tuesday, September 18, 2018, at 5:30 p.m.  The meeting will be held in the Aldo Leopold Community School library on the first floor.  At the meeting you will have the opportunity to ask questions, share concerns, and receive updates on what ALAPTO has plans to do for the school year.

It’s a great way to get involved!

You can see the Facebook post @


Parent Workshop: Monday, September 24, 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Fantastic Parent Workshop Coming Up

We use a Love and Logic approach here at Aldo as it allows children to work through problems and setbacks in a respectful, healthy, and restorative manner.  This approach helps improve our communication (teacher and student, student and student) and builds a stronger community through empowerment vs. power struggles.  If you are interested in learning more, and using this at home there is a fantastic parent/caretaker training coming up. See below:

Back to School!  Struggling with getting back into a healthy routine?  Homework! After school activities! Just the basics: Bedtime? Wake time? Meal time? House cleaning?  Parents own time for self? Family time? You may be getting stressed just reading this Come join us!!  The curriculum is designed to help parents learn how to:

1)  Putting an End to Arguing, Back Talk and Begging. Learn Practical skills that can be used Immediately!

2)  Teaching Responsibility without Losing their Love.  Learn the Art of Empathy!

3)  Setting Limits Without Waging War.  Learn the Art of Enforceable Statements!

4)   Avoiding Power Struggles.  Learn the Art of Choices within Limits!

5)   Guiding Kids to Own and Solve Their Problems.  Learn how to give the Gift of Problem Solving!

6)   Session 6 Teaching Kids to Complete Chores/Contributions W/out Reminders and W/out Pay.

Learn how to Encourage your children to be Contributing Members of your Household! Make your life a little sweeter now while equipping your children for life!!

It is a four week class running starting Monday: September 24, 2018 6:00-8:00 PM.  Contact Lois with questions. 920-712-4526,  or


City of Green Bay Parking Fines Specific to Green Bay Public Schools

FOR THE SAFETY OF STUDENTS, please make the time to park legally whether dropping off students or walking them to the school doors

·        GB Parking Enforcement Officers patrol Schools every school day, randomly

·        Officers take photos of vehicles

·        Citations are mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle

·        Schools cannot authorize vehicles to park illegally, even for a few minutes

Fine amounts are as follows:

NO STOPPING/NO STANDING ZONES = $35 citation;  vehicles cannot STOP or  PARK or IDLE or LOAD/UNLOAD

DOUBLE PARKING = $25 citation:  vehicles cannot STOP or PARK or IDLE or LOAD/UNLOAD students from live traffic lanes

BUS ZONE = $25 citation;  vehicles cannot STOP or PARK or IDLE or LOAD/UNLOAD

NO PARKING ZONES (including NO PARKING THIS SIDE OF STREET, NO PARKING HERE TO CORNER, SCHOOL ZONES),= $25 citation;  vehicles may STOP/PARK/IDLE in this zone to load/unload students as long as the driver remains in the vehicle;  if the driver exits the vehicle, the vehicle will be cited

DRIVEWAYS = $25 citation;  vehicles cannot STOP or PARK or IDLE or LOAD/UNLOAD students within 4 ft. of either side of any driveway or block driveway access

FIRE HYDRANTS = $25 citation;  vehicles cannot STOP or PARK or IDLE or LOAD/UNLOAD students within 10 ft. of either side of a hydrant

CROSSWALKS = $25 citation;  vehicles cannot STOP or PARK or IDLE or LOAD/UNLOAD students within 15 ft. of either side of a crosswalk

INTERSECTIONS = $25 citation;  vehicles cannot STOP or PARK or IDLE or LOAD/UNLOAD students within an intersection

RESIDENTIAL PARKING @ ALDO LEOPOLD = $25 citation;  vehicles may STOP/PARK/IDLE in this zone to load/unload students as long as the driver remains in the vehicle;  if the driver exits the vehicle, the vehicle will be cited.

WITHOUT CONSENT/TRESPASS PARKING @ DA VINCI = $25 citation;  vehicles cannot STOP or PARK or IDLE or LOAD/UNLOAD from adjacent business parking lots

HANDICAP PARKING = $150 citation;  only vehicles displaying valid disabled license plates or valid disabled hangtags may use handicap stalls


Dental Care for Kids

Low Cost/No Cost Dental Care for Kids

Did you know that the Oral Health Partnership offers low cost/no cost dental care for kids? If you would like to participate, please check out the following flyer. Oral Health Partnership.pdf


Green Bay Public School Job Openings

GBAPS Job Openings

Would you love to have the flexibility to work during school hours and be  able to be home when your children are home from school? Consider a job as an Elementary School Monitor.  We have openings in a variety of our schools. We pay $16.24 per hour and you are eligible for dental and life insurance as well as sick leave and holiday pay. Positions of 20 hours per week or greater are also eligible for medical insurance. You will be off during the summer and during holiday breaks.  You will be rewarded by knowing that you are supporting students to do their best each day. If interested, please apply on WECAN:  If you have any questions, please call Randy Etten,Director of Human Resources at (920) 448-3588 or email him at


Information on Community Volunteers in the Green Bay Public School District

For Your Information: Community Volunteers in our School

The Green Bay school district is proud to partner with various local organizations who provide tutoring and reading support for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.  These programs may work one on one with students or in the classroom setting. Tutors will not receive any student’s personal, academic or behavioral information and will be in compliance with privacy laws.  If you have any questions or you do not with your child to participate, please contact Amy Fish at 920-272-7657.


After School Hours Information

Important Notice for After School Hours

Beginning Monday, September 10, 2018 the front door of the school will be locked at 3:30 daily, and the main office will be closed.  If your child attends the after school YMCA program you will use the new pick up procedure using door 2 and a doorbell system. If your child stays and plays on the playground after school, please be sure that you have a firm pick up plan in place as supervision ends at 3:15 outside and the building closes at 3:30.


Breakfast at Aldo

DON’T FORGET: Breakfast is available at Aldo starting at 7:30 AM daily when school is in session.

Breakfast for All Grades*

$1.85 student / $2.25 Adult

Reduced Price Benefits

$0.30 breakfast

$0.40 lunch


Class Events at a Glance for September



7th Grade to Trees for Tomorrow


6th Grade to the NEW Zoo


8th Grade to Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya


The ALDO Logo!

The Aldo logo was designed by middle-school students with the help from Jenna Kast of jenna kast studio to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Aldo Leopold Community School.


The A represents Aldo Leopold’s shack

The L represents the sandhill crane

The D represents nature

The O represents nature-based learning and inquiry


Aldo Leopold (1887-1948) was an influential conservationist and environmentalist. He was a professor at the University of Wisconsin. His most popular–and maybe most important–work is Sand County Almanac (1949), a series of observations on nature that define his environmental philosophy. In 1982, his children founded the Aldo Leopold Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin.  Discover more about the foundation at

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