Watching for signs of sickness in schools

Sturgeon Bay schools are watching for signs of sickness spreading among students and staff thanks to a network of resources.  That comes as the Oconto Unified School District canceled classes for two days due to increased illness among students, teachers and staff members.  Sturgeon Bay School Superintendent Dan Tjernagel says there have been increases in illness around the school system.  He says, however, there's no reason to take drastic action based on information from school staff members and nurses the district has contracted through Door County Medical Center.


Sturgeon Bay and all other Door County mainland school districts now contract with DCMC for nursing services.

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