MSD COVID-19 response
  • LATEST MEDFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT GUIDANCE


    March 8, 2022

    Greetings, Medford School District Families!

    Monday, March 14, the Medford School District will move to a mask optional policy, meaning families can choose whether or not their student wears a mask. Contact tracing and quarantine rules are also paused. So, what’s important for you to know?

    • Your student may mask or not mask.

    • If your student has symptoms, please keep them home.

    • If your student has COVID, please let us know, and keep them home for five days.

    • We are supportive of those who continue to mask.

    • We will have no tolerance for bullying.

    • In MSD, ALL are Learning and Learning is for ALL - this is true if you learn with a mask on or no mask.

    • Please be kind to one another.

    Visit our Letters from Superintendent Champion page to read the rest of this update.

    WHAT TO DO IF YOUR STUDENT IS SICK
    Students must stay home if they are experiencing symptoms, or are COVID positive. More details from the Oregon Department of Education.
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  • MSD Standards for COVID-19 Prevention
  • Have COVID? Report to your school, then click here.
  • ODE Exclusion Guidance
  • ODE COVID Scenarios in Schools
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Locations
  • ODE Current COVID-19 Guidance Resiliency Framework
  • MSD COVID-19 Safety Feedback Form Anonymous feedback on COVID-19 safety