Medford, Ore. – Central Medford High School students started learning fully in person today.
Students will have different entrances and exits based on their cohorts with each door marked by color. This will also be the protocol used for lunch periods. The director of teaching and learning for the Medford School District says despite adopting these new measures on campus, being back to in person learning is something everyone is celebrating.
Central Medford High School, unlike some other schools in the district, is able to have every grade meet in person each school day. What allows them to be able to do is small class sizes and spaced out class rooms, permitting 6 feet of distance between each student. The director for teaching and learning in the district says this opportunity has already increased attendance.
Grades 4-6 also started school today, but they will be using a hybrid learning model.