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Flexibility key to 2020 for Sevastopol

Sevastopol School District families will have to remain flexible through the next school year as administrators work on what it may look like this fall. Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedtke lauded parents for adapting to an academic year gone virtual after the state closed school buildings in March. The school’s construction schedule for its referendum project will start the year two weeks earlier than usual with the first day of classes slated for August 24th. COVID-19 concerns will also affect school families this fall as the district weighs out options for food service, busing, and more. Luedtke says they are currently working on three different options.

All plans will have to be approved by the Door County Public Health Department. Luedtke says they are working with Door County’s other superintendents and another committee that meets weekly to best prepare staff members and families for what may occur this fall.

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