Southern Door High School building bridges for returning students

As families become more comfortable sending their kids back to school, Southern Door High School is helping make sure they make a smooth transition.  The Bridges Program launched last week to give students who have been learning 100 percent remotely since the beginning of the school year to engage with their teachers and be on campus for a limited amount each week. Students would go to the school’s FAB Lab three days a week for two hours a day. They would have access to a teacher separate from the rest of the student population to answer questions and monitor progress. Southern Door High School Principal Steve Bousley hopes the program is successful in re-engaging students with in-person learning.



Bousley says the program was developed in response to parents asking for additional learning opportunities for students in remote learning and for help addressing their child’s social and emotional needs. Interested families can contact the school district to be a part of the program.


This story previously said Southern Door School District. The program is for high school students only. regrets this error.

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