Flexibility helps Sevastopol weather new COVID-19 cases

Sevastopol School District announced Friday it has had four new cases of COVID-19, but only one additional person had to be quarantined. That is one of the positives of its current A/B schedule for its students, which allows 50 percent of the population to attend in-person classes every other day. This model also allows families or students from the same household stay together. Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says the flexibility to be able to bounce between plans is helping more students learn in-person.

Sevastopol School District is planning on staying with its A/B model until the end of October. Luedtke added they are looking at ways to better support students who need a little more instruction at the high school level and do not have a great Internet connection. That topic will be discussed at the next Sevastopol School Board meeting.  Currently, Sevastopol School District has eight active cases of COVID-19 with nine recoveries. Twenty-seven students and staff are being quarantined due to possible exposure.

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