Students adjust to new normal

Students across Door and Kewaunee Counties are still going to school this week, however, their classroom looks a little different. Schools across the state have been closed since early March as a precautionary measure to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Students have had to adjust to not just learning remotely, but not being able to be with friends or participate in sports. Sturgeon Bay senior Sarah Bridenhagen was planning on playing her last season of softball this spring before heading to Wisconsin Lutheran in the fall to begin her road towards being a pediatric nurse. She says her human biology course will be a little different if they are not able to get back into the classroom.

School districts across Door and Kewaunee Counties have developed remote learning plans to replace in-person instruction for the time being, in some instances just within the last few weeks. While high school students are primarily online, elementary students have had a mixture of paper and digital assignments. Click here to read Bridenhagen’s Culver’s Student-Athlete of the Week profile at

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