Another Madison Central school building has moved into a Level Two status and face coverings will be required. On Thursday, the district moved Madison Middle School into Level Two as the number of active cases in the school increased to seven, so face coverings will be required by students and staff starting Friday. Madison High School has been at Level Two status since Tuesday, and still had eleven active cases in the school as of Thursday. Both of the school buildings will remain at the increased level until the number of active cases decreases below one-percent of the building’s student population. Madison Elementary School had five active COVID-19 cases Thursday.
The district also informed parents and guardians Thursday that they have some At-Home COVID-19 test kits available for families with children attending school in the district. Each of the free kits contains two COVID-19 tests and will be available starting today. The district is asking those with students in the district who want a test kit to contact the school that their child attends to request one.