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Schools fund programming with holiday gifts

The gifts you put under the tree this holiday season could help fund some of the programming at Sturgeon Bay School District. For the second year in a row, the school’s special education life skills classes will be constructing a number of coffee, hot cocoa, soup, and dip mixes along with other items to support their classroom activities. Last year, over $2,000 was raised to help fund the snack cart program they run for staff members and various field trips. Special education teacher Shannon Wautier says even more important than the money raised were the skills learned.

We have information on how you can support the classes’ efforts below. The Algoma Wolf Tech program is also in the holiday spirit. The course that teaches students woodworking, CNC machining, and other manufacturing-related skills released designs for the 2021 Christmas ornament highlighting what made 2021 unique last month. The money they earn from the projects they churn out on a consistent basis also helps fund their program. 




Picture courtesy of Shannon Wautier

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