Brian Kvapil’s lawyer—Thomas Cabush of Kasdorf, Lewis & Swietlik in Milwaukee—argues in court documents that the defamation lawsuit “must be dismissed” because Jerry Schuetz’s allegations don’t meet the standards for defamation.
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Teachers and staff at Milton High School last week were moving everything from desks to pencil sharpeners into the recently completed STEM wing addition at the Milton High School. The additional space will help spread students apart as the district prepares to bring back students in grades 7-12 to full-time, in-person learning April 5.
An outdoor ceremony is planned for June 6 at Carl F. Anderson Field. If weather becomes an issue, the celebration will move indoors, and the seniors will be split into five groups.
The Milton School District on Tuesday clarified its decision to switch to virtual learning Wednesday and Thursday, saying the district could have a staffing problem if employees get sick from their second dose of vaccine.
District officials originally planned to have students and staff back in person Thursday but changed their minds because of possible side effects from the vaccine.
Devon Calvert, an art teacher at Harmony and Consolidated elementary schools in the Milton School District, recently was chosen as the director-elect of the elementary division for the National Art Education Association.
Jerry Schuetz, who resigned from the district in 2019, has filed a defamation suit against school board member Brian Kvapil for statements made in February of the same year.
Superintendent Rich Dahman told the school board Monday that because COVID-19 numbers remain fairly stable, the district will reopen schools to in-person learning as planned Tuesday.
Martin is in the third and final year of his first term on the board. He became board president in 2019.