Sevastopol schools approve resource officer plan

The Sevastopol School District is moving ahead with a plan to have a school resource officer on staff full time.  The school board approved a three-year agreement with the Door County Sheriffs Department. The plan calls for having a deputy assigned to the district during the school week starting with the 2019-2020 school year.  Sevastopol School Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says having a full-time school resources officer has become a necessity.



The agreement must first be approved by the Door County Board of Supervisors.  The Southern Door School District will be considering a resolution for a similar proposal at Monday night's board of education meeting at 6:30 PM.

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