The Fond du Lac school superintendent says he believes adding days to the end of the school year is the best way to make up for days cancelled because of the bitter cold weather this winter. Superintendent Dr. Jim Sebert told the school board Monday night the four days will be made up May 23rd, June 5th, 6th and 9th and a half day on June 10th. Responding to concerns about how productive it will be for students to go to class into the second week in June. "Its as productive as we as the adults make it," SEbert told AM 1170 WFDL's Between the Lines program. "If we are focused and we continue to have expectationsfor kids we will be successful." In other business the board met in a workshop session after the meeting
to discuss new high school curriculum for next school year. Included in the proposed seven new courses are three additional strength and conditioning classes that Sebert says are targeted toward all students…not
just football and other high school sports.