Sturgeon Bay to Hold Referendum Info Night

The Sturgeon Bay School District will hold a community referendum information night Wednesday, March 4th at 6PM at the Sturgeon Bay High School. Superintendent Dan Tjernagel says it will be an interactive presentation… Tours of the stations will be offered or people can explore on their own. Tjernagel explains more about the different stations… The Sturgeon Bay School District is asking voters to approve a … Continue reading

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School Closings For Tuesday 2/18/20

These schools are closed due to the weather:Gibraltar’s campus is closed but there will be E-learning todaySouthern Door (No after school activities)Sevastopol (No after school activities)Saint Peter’s Lutheran School in Sturgeon Bay These schools are on a two hour delay:Sturgeon BayLuxemburg-Casco (No early childhood and no 4-K)Also today:Adventures Child Care in Brussels is closedNorthern Door Children’s Center is closedSunshine House in town buses are on … Continue reading

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Southern Door Student Performs at Carnegie Hall

A Southern Door High School sophomore had the experience of a lifetime recently, when she was selected to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Dalena Pakalske performed with the 2020 High School Honors Performance Series on February 2nd. Pakalske auditioned during the summer of 2019 and was selected as one of the highest rated high school performers. Pakalske was joined by performers from … Continue reading

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Sturgeon Bay Defuses Dangerous Situation By Student

With recent shootings at schools in Wisconsin fresh on everyone’s minds, the Sturgeon Bay school district acted quickly to defuse a situation that arose out of a post on social media Tuesday morning. A 17-year old student posted an angry and threatening message that was seen by other students who reported its content to the administration. The student was supervised by the school resource officer … Continue reading

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New Construction at Sevastopol School Will Pay Tribute to Past

As the Sevastopol School District gets ready for a complete makeover of its facility in Institute, the work is being done with the realization that the two oldest sections of the school building will be razed. Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says, while the additions from 1924 and 1946 will be dismantled, the new school that rises from the demolition will pay tribute to the past… Luedtke … Continue reading

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Survey Results Support Investment in School Upgrades in Sturgeon Bay

The results of a survey into facilities needs for the Sturgeon Bay School District indicates that a significant majority is willing to support investment to make changes at the elementary schools as well as upgrade the high school. The surveys returned to the district noted that likely voters will support a referendum(79%) and making changes to the elementary schools(75%). Two possible elementary options presented to … Continue reading

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Sturgeon Bay School District Sending Surveys

Homes located within the Sturgeon Bay school district will soon receive a survey in their mailboxes. The survey is the next step in a lengthy process to evaluate the district’s facilities and identify potential solutions to building challenges and opportunities. During the last several months, the school district has explored a number of potential solutions to address the district’s aging facilities, the oldest of which … Continue reading

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Volunteers Help Make Haunted Mansion Possible

The Haunted Mansion returns for its 14th season in less than two weeks and, as always, volunteers are needed. The major fundraiser for the Southern Door School District operates every Friday and Saturday during the month of October at the Quietwoods South Camping Resort. Over the past 13 years, nearly $325,000 has been donated to support student groups, clubs and activities related to academics, arts … Continue reading

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Southern Door Elementary Awarded STEAM Grant

Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Bayer Fund, has awarded the Southern Door elementary STEAM program a $10,000 grant. The funding is intended to enhance science, technology, engineering and math programming. Southern Door’s elementary STEAM program also includes a component for the arts and will use the grant to conduct outdoor investigations and help students become better team members and increase their growth mindset. To … Continue reading

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School Begins for Resource Officers

Three Door County Sheriff’s Department Deputies began their first day in school Tuesday. They weren’t training for a job, they were doing their job as school resource officers. Deputy Heather Bemmann is working at Gibraltar School, Officer Mark Hilsabeck is handling the duties at Sevastopol, and, Deputy Greg Medlen is on the job at Southern Door. In statements on the department’s web site, all three … Continue reading

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