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MADISON TOWNSHIP -- Madison Comprehensive High School will continue on remote learning through Friday, Sept. 17, according to Supt. Rob Peterson.

The high school went into remote learning last week due to general illness, COVID-related illness, and staffing issues.

In-person classes will resume on Monday, Sept. 20, Peterson said.

Supt. Rob Peterson mug shot

Madison superintendent Rob Peterson

The school will continue to provide meals during this period. More information on pick-up procedures will be made available later on Wednesday.

"Thank you for your understanding and support as we continue in our attempt to provide in-person learning during this difficult period," Peterson said.

On Monday it was announced that Madison South would go to remote learning from Sept. 15 through Sept. 21. In-person classes will resume at Madison South on Wednesday, Sept. 22.

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