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Staffing sends Sevastopol Schools into remote learning

Sevastopol School District announced on Thursday its students will end the calendar year in remote learning. Following an in-service day on Monday, all students will learn remotely beginning on Tuesday. High school students will attend remote classes every day while the elementary and middle school kids will follow their A/B schedule. The A/B schedule had students attending on alternate days. The latest dashboard numbers from the district show 16 positive cases among its student and staff population. A total of 65 students and staff members are currently on quarantine due to cases at school. Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says they do not have enough teachers to offer in-person instruction.

Luedtke added that as of right now they will stick with the 14-day quarantine period for close contacts even after the Wisconsin Department of Health Services followed the Centers for Disease Control’s lead to cut that time in half. Sevastopol students will be on winter break beginning on December 22nd, and Luedtke hopes they will be able to have in-person instruction again on January 4th.

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