Students in the Sevastopol School District are making the grade and then some according to the latest state report card. The Department of Public Instruction found that when it came to math, reading, science and other subjects Sevastopol students scored just over 81 points out of 100. The highest score came at the middle school level with nearly 98 points. Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says that's a credit to teachers and staff at all grade levels.
Other area districts that exceeded expectations were Gibraltar which scored just over 79.6 points out of 100, Sturgeon Bay with an overall score of 79.8 points Southern Door had a score of just over 76 points, Luxemburg-Casco with a score of just over 77 points, the Washington School with 74 points and Kewaunee with just over 73 points. The Algoma School District met expectations with a score of nearly 66 points out of 100.
(Corrects some previously reported scores)