Yesterday, Governor Ducey rescinded his order directing K-12 schools to require masks. However, school districts still have the authority to require wearing masks in their schools.
Madison will continue to follow CDC guidelines embedded into the District’s Mitigation Plan.
As such, Madison will continue to require that students, staff and visitors wear a mask when on District property.
This will remain in effect through the end of this school year (27 school days).
In order to prioritize safety, minimize disruption to hybrid learning, hold safe in-person promotion ceremonies, and continue to minimize the spread of COVID-19 on our campuses, your continued cooperation adhering to the current mask policy is appreciated. We are confident that continuing to follow the 5 key mitigation strategies for operating schools in a hybrid learning model will be crucial to reducing the number of students who will need to be quarantined as a result of exposure to COVID-19.