Madison Central Superintendent Joel Jorgenson

The Madison Central School District continues to work on plans for what the start of school may look like in the fall as the state continues to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic that led to school closures in March.  Superintendent Joel Jorgenson told school board members during their meeting Monday that it will still be some time before any plan is worked out.

School Board president Tom Farrell is serving on a committee with the state Department of Education that is looking into the re-opening of schools in the fall.  Farrell said there are a lot of things to consider in coming up with a plan for districts to go by .