For the second time this week, Sevastopol School District is reporting a positive COVID-19 test. The affected student attends the high school and was kept home Monday and Tuesday while they waited for results. Ten other students were told to self-quarantine until they can come back to school on September 28th as a precaution. With help from seating charts, Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says being able to keep track of their students as they go from class to class helped make contact tracing in this case much easier.
Luedtke reiterated only students considered to be in close proximity of the affected person will be contacted individually by the Door County Public Health Department. Sevastopol School District will remain operating under Model #1, which allows full in-person attendance of its student body except for those in self-quarantine or in full remote learning. One section of first grade at Sevastopol is also in quarantine after a positive test was reported over the weekend.