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Principal sees opportunity in pandemic

Southern Door High School Principal Steve Bousley is appreciative of the lessons being taught to students on a daily basis thanks to the pandemic.  As of December 4th, there was only one positive case and 47 in quarantine among its students and staff members. While the volleyball team chose to wait until spring for their season, the cross country and football teams were able to navigate their seasons without any cancelations. Many of the other activities, although altered for safety concerns, have been able to be held. Bousley says students and staff members have been able to work together on decision making while instilling a sense of optimism and resiliency.

He adds it is important to be able to continuously improve how they present academics to their students both learning in-person and virtually. Southern Door students head out on winter break after classes on December 18th.

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