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Sturgeon Bay welcomes you to school

Whether it is a session about supporting children dealing with anxiety or learning ukulele, Sturgeon Bay School District hopes you join them for a class or two. Last month, the district’s pupil services department kicked off its series of six topics covering areas like online safety, student organizational skills, and behavioral struggles. The sessions start with a meal at 5:30 p.m. before the parent-focused sessions start at 6 p.m. In the New Year, the district will also offer a session of community programs for the first time since before the pandemic. The programs introduce community members to its technical education, art and music departments, and other opportunities. Sturgeon Bay Superintendent Dan Tjernagel is proud the district can offer the programming and tighten its bond with the community it serves.

The Pupil Services Series sessions are free to attend, while there may be some costs for classes through the Community Programming Series. You can click on the links above to learn more about the sessions and to submit your RSVP.  

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