Sevastopol School District will have three different models it could incorporate when classes are back in session on August 24th. For the first two weeks of the academic year, the school will be open at 50 percent capacity with two different groups of students alternating days during the week. The groups will be created by the district’s principals based on classroom size while also trying to keep families together. Beginning September 8th, the school could reopen at 100 percent capacity with students attending class on a daily basis. Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says phasing in allows them some flexibility moving forward.
If needed, Sevastopol could resort to a third model which is 100 percent remote learning. Luedtke reminds the community that as the circumstances change with COVID-19, so could their preliminary plans to reopen.