Reaching out to students

While some are technically on spring break this week, teachers and administrators across the Door Peninsula are looking for ways to keep things as normal as possible for their students. Kewaunee and Luxemburg-Casco School Districts are hosting virtual spirit weeks for their students, inviting them to take pictures of themselves remote learning while participating in theme days like “social distance twin day” and “PJ’s and Read.” While some staff members have been able to see students at breakfast and lunch pick-up locations, Sevastopol School District has aides and bus drivers going on their normal routes and taking the meals straight to the kids. Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says everyone is trying to make the best out of a unique situation.

Luedtke added its first day of remote learning went well despite some students having spotty internet connections and limited plans ahead of the school shutdown order.

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