High school students at Sevastopol in need of more help will be getting it at the beginning of November. All grade levels will remain in the current A/B schedule until the quarter ends on October 30th. Students currently attend in-person classes on alternate days Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday and alternate weeks on Wednesdays. When the new quarter begins, principal Adam Baier will notify families that have students that will have to attend on Wednesdays instead of on alternate weeks. Those kids include anybody on the D/F list, missing work, or needs extra lab time. Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says Model four is about getting kids the help they need safely.
Students with poor Internet may also be able to attend on virtual days, but they would be confined to the library. The district’s other grades will remain in the A/B model until further notice.