Sevastopol DI Showcase & Fundraiser Saturday

The Sevastopol School District has a long, successful run in the Destination Imagination program as they have won 15 global championships in the past. Last year, the district had 2 global championship teams. This year they are sending 3 teams to the global finals in Kansas City. The teams are very excited to compete this year, but they also need to fund the trip to … Continue reading

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Luedtke to Resign as Sevastopol Superintendent

Wednesday evening, at the Sevastopol School Board’s regular monthly meeting, the board will consider accepting the resignation of current Superintendent Kyle Luedtke. Superintendent Luedtke turned in his resignation letter to the board this Monday, with a resignation date effective June 30th. He will be accepting a new position as Superintendent of the Frederic School District in northwestern Wisconsin, and the reasoning for this move is … Continue reading

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Sevastopol Considers Adding New Gymnasium

In a recent conversation with Sevastopol Schools Superintendent Kyle Luedtke, he told us how the 2 gymnasiums for the entire district can be limiting and at times may cause difficult scheduling with all the sporting options and events happening in the district. They are now seeking Sevastopol community members to join a new committee which will look into the option of an auxiliary or 3rd … Continue reading

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Parent Cafe to Be Held at Sevastopol

A parent cafe will be held at Sevastopol School on Tuesday, February 6th at 6PM. Area parents will be able to watch the movie “Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age.” Melissa Margrgaf, Sevastopol School’s Director of Pupil Services says this is a good opportunity to learn about the impact technology has on our children… The Parent Cafe program is a partnership between Sevastopol Schools, … Continue reading

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Sevastopol School Construction Update

Classes at Sevastopol School began last week Tuesday, but they are still finishing up some of this summer’s construction work in the school. Superintendent Kyle Luedtke details some of that work yet to be done, both in the school and outdoors….. Until that north parking lot is completed, they are still working with a temporary traffic pattern around the school. At this time the buses, … Continue reading

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Pioneers Can’t Overcome Turnovers

The Sevastopol football team dropped to 0-2 as they lost to Suring Thursday night at Sturgeon Bay, 34-6. The Pioneers lost four fumbles and threw three interceptions and saw the Eagles score 34 unanswered points. Sevastopol led 6-0 with 5:11 to play in the opening quarter as Jack de Young threw a 31-yard touchdown pass to Frankie Ash. Suring tied the game on a 4-yard … Continue reading

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Pioneers Play Tonight On WDOR

Sevastopol will take on Suring in 8-player football tonight on 93.9 FM WDOR and online at wdor.com. Due to construction at Sevastopol’s football field, tonight’s game will be played at Memorial Field in Sturgeon Bay. Both teams fell in their season opener as the Pioneers lost last Friday at Wausaukee 30-6 while Suring lost to Lena / Saint Thomas Aquinas, 32-6. Coverage begins with the … Continue reading

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Sevastopol School Demo Update

If you’ve driven through Institute recently you probably noticed the shocking sight of Sevastopol School’s 3-story section is now mostly a pile of rubble. Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedtke gave us an update on how much of that demolition is completed at this point…… As for the timeline of that demolition, Luedtke says they are now about 3 weeks out from completion, but they are currently … Continue reading

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Sevastopol Switches Back to A/B School Model

Starting Monday, the Sevastopol School District has switched back to the A/B model, which they used on the first two weeks of school this year. This is for all grades, K through 12, and will continue through October 30th. Superintendent Kyle Luedtke explains the reasoning behind this switch…… So, with the A/B model this will arrange so that half of each grade level will be … Continue reading

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2 Students Test Positive for COVID-19 at Sevastopol School

It was reported Monday that one 1st grade class at Sevastopol School will now return to virtual learning after a student tested positive for COVID-19. This is one of the two different 1st grade classes at Sevastopol. That one class will now be attending school remotely until September 24th. Door County Public hHealth will be contacting people who may have been in close contact with … Continue reading

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