Sevastopol School District Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says they are about 90 percent complete with their final plans for a major overhaul at their facilities. The $25.1 million project was approved by voters in 2018 and includes new classroom space, an industrial lab, and a greenhouse. Luedtke says it is an exciting time for everyone at the district, especially those directly involved with the project.
Sevastopol will have some new faces on their school board by the time the district breaks ground on the project this spring. Gerald Worrick and Richard Weidman are running to replace Jay Zahn and Karen Brauer on the school board. Zahn and Brauer chose not to run again for their seats for the upcoming term.