The Madison School District is updating its COVID-19 protocols. Superintendent Bryant Jones says at one point, the district had nearly 10 percent of its students quarantined during the month of October.
All rooms except for the lower elementary classrooms will have the barriers in place. Jones says the Monroe County Health Department helped develop this strategy.
Centralmoinfo.com asked Jones if the district has considered implementing the state’s COVID-19 test to stay program.
Madison is scheduled to have a school board meeting later this week.