School districts in Door and Kewaunee Counties are hopeful to have most if not all of their instruction in the classroom this fall. Planning for what that may look like is still ongoing as recommendations from the local, state, and federal government become clearer. Sturgeon Bay School District officials reached out to parents, teachers and students last week to outline their goal to have in-person instruction five days a week while also being flexible and implementing as many safety precautions as possible. Superintendent Dan Tjernagel says parents have appreciated the transparency.
Tjernagel says it will be important to communicate with the community as situations surrounding the pandemic and accompanying guidelines change over the next few weeks ahead of their September 1st start date.