MCHS To Continue With Virtual Classes For Remainder Of Week

This change will only affect the high school students.


(Madison, Ind.) - Madison Consolidated High School announced that due to ongoing staff-related issues, the high school will be implementing virtual learning for the high school students only until Friday, November 13.

One of the major concerns surrounding COVID-19 and the school was the lack of available substitute teachers in the event that there were numerous staff absences. For this reason, the school will be moving to the virtual model for the remainder of the week. This move is not in any form related to student illnesses. 

The school will monitor the situation and re-evaluate on Friday. 

Students have been prepared and made aware of the Red/White schedule, if you would like to access the schedule you can do so here.

All students who are enrolled in Ivy Tech courses will need to report to the Ivy Tech campus at their normal time. If you use MCHS transportation to get to Ivy Tech, it will be operating on the normal schedule from the high school and back following classes. 

However, students will need to make arrangements to be picked up from either Ivy Tech or the high school once Ivy Tech classes are dismissed.

Students enrolled in Mr. Bentz’s Adult Transition Class will report on a normal schedule.

Since this is not a student-related issue, all extracurricular activities and athletic events will proceed as scheduled after school or in the evening.

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