The Madison Central School District’s facilities now have a new air purification system.  Superintendent Joel Jorgenson said Friday that the installation of the new system had been completed and should be up and running in all of the district’s facilities.

The Madison Central School Board approved a proposal in August from G&R Controls to install the new system, and installation work started a couple of weeks ago.  

Jorgenson said at the school board’s last meeting that he’s hopeful the money the district is receiving in coronavirus relief funding will cover the cost of the system.  The district is supposed to receive approximately 580-thousand dollars as part of that funding.