SHEBOYGAN — With the Sheboygan Area School District moving to a virtual learning model through Nov. 2, the district's free "Grab N Go" meal pickup locations have expanded.
SHEBOYGAN — Lakeland University broke ground last week on the site for its two new residence halls—the campus' largest single investment in its history.
SHEBOYGAN — When Sheboygan County schools take the football field this spring, they will be one of 20 schools in the newly formed Fox Valley Classic Football Conference.
The Sheboygan Area School District moved all school to online learning on Tuesday evening after a strong uptick in COVID-19 cases in the area.
The Sheboygan Area School District on Tuesday said it will temporarily transition all schools to online learning.
KOHLER — Time to get your game face on.
SHEBOYGAN — As positive COVID-19 cases continue to pop up throughout the Sheboygan Area School District, three buildings have transitioned to virtual learning over the weekend.
Lakeland University has named Beth Borgen their 18th president.
SHEBOYGAN — Colleges and universities face unique challenges when it comes to COVID-19. With the added responsibility of keeping its students safe in residence halls, dining halls and throughout campus life, here is how one local campus is managing.
SHEBOYGAN — Each week we will be taking a peek into area schools to answer the community's questions.
PLYMOUTH — Time to get your game face on.
SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — Several county schools have been placed on Sheboygan County's Public Health facility-wide investigations list for coronavirus.
The Fox River Classic Conference (FRCC) will move all fall high school sports including football, boys soccer, cross country, girls golf, girls tennis, girls swim and dive, and girls volleyball to the spring following a vote by superintendents and administrators of member schools.
The Sheboygan Area School District nurse department has provided parents with a host of guidance and information for their kids this school year.
On Sept. 24, a positive COVID-19 case was reported at South High School in Cohort A.
While it was later than normal and the setting was different, hundreds of Sheboygan Area School District students graduated during in-person ceremonies on Aug. 15, 2020
As of September 1, breakfast and lunch meals are free to all Sheboygan Area School District students through December 31, 2020.
In a letter to Sheboygan families, area school district superintendent Seth A. Harvatine expressed appreciation for teachers and offered guidance on planning for the future.