School districts in Door and Kewaunee counties are developing fall reopening plans, which could change depending on the COVID-19 pandemic. However, some local school superintendents say staffing for the upcoming school year is going well. Kewaunee School Superintendent Karen Treml says there haven't been any open teaching positions for the 2020-2021 school year. Though she says when there have been past openings the district has faced some challenges.
Gibraltar School Superintendent Tina Van Meer says her district has few concerns about staffing and more on whether classes will be held virtually or in person.
School superintendents say final reopening plans ultimately depend on whether reported COVID-19 cases decline or increase by autumn.