Sevastopol Using Maze Day to Build Awareness & Relationships

High school students at Sevastopol will trade the classroom for a corn field Thursday as part of the effort to build awareness and relationships. Principal Adam Baier says the event is part of the effort to enhance personal relationships with students…

Through fun and engaging seasonal activities like a pumpkin carving competition, the hope is to reinforce with all students in grades 9 through 12 how to recognize warning signs and end the stigma around mental health issues. Tara LeClair, Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher, says “Maze Day” at Schopf’s Dairy View Country Store, is the outgrowth of discussions with the counseling department…

“Maze Day” on Thursday is being made possible by contributions from the Schopf Family, S&B Farms, Therma-Tron-X, Door County Coffee and Tea, the Door Peninsula Winery, Wood Orchard Market, the JP Express-Carlsville, and WELSING’S Foodland.

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