RESTART Madeira 2020-2021


The health and safety and emotional well being of our students, employees, families, and our community will remain our top priority. Understanding the dynamic nature of the COVID-19 situation, our RESTART Madeira plan may require multiple plans and adaptations throughout the school year that we should be prepared and ready for should the need arise.  We have tried to update this site as well as remove older versions of information as our plans require constant flexibility and reflect new guidance.  Thank you for your patience and flexibility as we RESTART Madeira with the health and safety and emotional well being of our students, employees, families, and community as our top priority.

Madeira City Schools Updated Quarantine Guidance - January 11, 2021

IMPORTANT: RESTART Madeira January 2, 2021 Update
A letter from Superintendent Kenji Matsudo

IMPORTANT: RESTART Madeira December 18, 2020 Update
A letter from Superintendent Kenji Matsudo

A letter from Superintendent Kenji Matsudo

Madeira City Schools Updated Quarantine Guidance - January 11, 2021

Parent / Student Wellness Check - Parents need to be in the habit of doing daily wellness checks with your child BEFORE they get on a school bus or are dropped off at school.
What Happens When There Is A Positive Case of COVID-19? 
How to Discuss Quarantine with Your Children - This article primarily relates to when someone in your home may be ill but the general principles may apply to when your child may be healthy but still needs to quarantine because of being identified as a "close contact."
Madeira Hybrid Learning Model Change - September 8, 2020
Madeira Hybrid Learning Model Video - September 8, 2020
Madeira HealthWatch Assessment Team - September 2, 2020
RESTART Madeira Back to School Guide - September 10, 2020 - This is an updated guide to our RESTART Madeira Plans with all updates and changes.  We have taken down previous versions so that there is not conflicting information as we have made changes since the original July release.
My Madeira Promise
Learn about how we are all committing as students, parents, and staff to sign on to a promise to make it through this school year TOGETHER. We are better as a school community when we remain flexible, caring, and positive amidst all that comes with living and restarting our schools during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Our partnership with parents in doing student wellness checks each day, keeping students home who might be showing symptoms, and being respectful and supportive of those who may be ill or become ill is important to our success.  Thanks in advance for signing on to the My Madeira Promise as we come together as neighbors and friends to make this school year the best it can be.  



A Video Welcome Back Message from Superintendent Kenji Matsudo (5 min)
End of First Quarter Video Update from Superintendent Kenji Matsudo (2.45 min)

My Madeira Promise - We are asking at least one parent or guardian from each household to sign on to this promise of expectations that we are all committing to as a community so that we can be stronger during and after this chapter in our history ends.

MHS RESTART Guide for Families
MMS RESTART Guide for Families
Families of students should also refer to Principal emails for school-specific information.


  • Help your child to practice wearing a mask as they will be required on the bus and while at school. 
  • Students should have multiple masks for throughout the week and may want to consider these optional
    Helpful School Supply Considerations for 2020-2021 
  • Please continue to work on your own family plans should we need to pivot to a different learning model.
  • Look for more email updates from principals based on these changes.

Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Ohio Department of Health
Ohio Department of Education
Ohio Dept. of Education Guidance
State of Ohio Governor’s Office     
State of Ohio K-12 Guidelines
Hamilton County Public Health
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA)
Local Superintendent Task Force
COVID-19 Checklist for Parents of Teens and Young Adults
Hamilton County Testing Sites

As plans have and may change again, in lieu of the printed district calendar there is a pdf on our website at District Calendar (updated 5.10.21) or go to Quick Links/Calendars/2020-2021 Calendar. It will constantly be updated for reference or printing. Our online calendar on the Home Page of our website will also be kept up to date at District Online Calendar (all events will show up on all school selections).

Many Amazon and Mustang events have been rescheduled due to state guidelines. For current schedules please see Varsity Athletic Schedules.

Transportation schedules can be found at 2020-2021 Bus Stop Times or go to Quick Links/Transportation.


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