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  • As you know, the state is now allowing us to return students to school buildings as long as we follow rigorous health and safety guidance. It is with much excitement and anticipation that I share some of the details of our plans to urgently and responsibly transition students to in-person learning. 

    We will immediately begin increasing opportunities for students to learn on campus during the transition (Hybrid Ramp-In), while planning to have all elementary students back in school starting February 22 and all secondary students back in school the Monday after Spring Break, March 29.

    Our plan will be centered on prioritizing health and safety for all by following the guidance outlined in our safety standards. Please know if you plan to attend in-person (and we hope you do!), we will be asking families to agree to a social contract that will protect our friends and community that includes wearing face coverings as well as practicing physical distancing and hand-washing.  

    Click here for the latest information from Superintendent Bret Champion.

  • MSD [Reopening]: FAQS Get answers to our most frequently asked questions
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  • Technology Support Check out our Tech Support page for help with Chromebooks, ParentVUE, and Canvas.
  • MSD Forward Newsletter
  • MSD COVID-19 Safety Feedback Form If you have a COVID related safety concern, you may use this form to provide the MSD COVID Safety Team with your feedback for improvement.
  • If You're Sick What to do if your student is sick.
  • Child Care Options Third-party child care options for staff and families.
  • Meal Options The Medford School District is committed to serving meals to students, even during distance learning.
  • Face Coverings Face coverings are required for students, staff, and visitors.
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