Sturgeon Bay teaching staff nearly filled while support staff still needed

The Sturgeon Bay School District is nearly at full strength when it comes to teaching staff.  Now the district is focused on building its pool of substitute teacher and teacher associates for the 2019-2020 school year.  Superintendent Dan Tjernagel says his district, like others in Door and Kewaunee counties, are relying on social media for recruiting and some financial incentives.



Tjernagell says the district is awaiting school board approval to fill the last open full-time teaching position.  That's expected to happen when the Sturgeon Bay board meets July 17th.

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