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  • The Medford School District is currently in comprehensive distance learning with an exception for limited in-person instruction (LIPI). We do not meet the Oregon Department of Education's metrics to open for widespread, districtwide in-person learning at any grade level. During the statewide “freeze” and for as long as Jackson County is “in the red” (case rates more than 200 per 100k over a two-week period)  we will be lowering the number of LIPI students. A maximum of 150 students per school for elementary, 200 students per school for middle school and 350 students per school for high school. The next learning cycle update will come when the statewide “freeze” ends or when Jackson County is no longer “in the red”.

  • Current Status For a day-to-day breakdown of the metrics in Jackson County, please view our spreadsheet.
  • MSD COVID-19 Dashboard
  • MSD Forward: Back to School Blueprint ODE Blueprint for School Reentry 2020-21
  • Safety Standards COVID-19 Response
  • CDC Website Get the Facts About Coronavirus
  • OHA Website Oregon COVID-19 Updates
  • OHA Data County Case and Testing Rates
  • Technology Support Check out our Tech Support page for help with Chromebooks, ParentVUE, and Canvas.
  • MSD Forward Newsletter
  • 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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