All buildings in the district except the high school will return to face-to-face learning on Monday, November 23 and Tuesday, November 24 as we prepare the students to move to remote learning.  Following Thanksgiving Break all buildings will move to remote learning for the week of November 30 through December 4.  All buildings will return to face-to-face learning on Monday, December 7.  Extracurricular activities at both the high school and the middle school will continue as scheduled at this time, but will continue to be closely monitored.  During the week of remote learning meals will be distributed by bus to bus stops at designated times to be announced.  Meal registration and distribution information will be made available on the website next week.  
 
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this matter as we continue in our attempt to keep our students, staff, parents and community safe.  Rob Peterson, Superintendent
 

 Meal Information - Week of November 30- Read Letter Here

 
 
 
 

Food Services

Supervisor

Ms. Kim Pfleiderer
Email | 419-589-1116

PaySchools Central

We are excited to announce that we now offer a new online payment system called PaySchools Central. PaySchools Central provides all parents in our district with an easy way to pay for student fees and lunch accounts all in one place. This can all be done in the convenience of your own home through an easy-to-use online portal.

If you were previously registered with Pay for It, use the same username and password.
 
 
 
 

Free and Reduced Lunches

Free and Reduced applications are available via the board office or print the form from your home computer and return to the Madison Board Office. Filling out these forms ensures your student(s) will have free or reduced price meals on the first day of school. You must use the current school year form. Parents are responsible for their students lunches until they receive notification that the application has been processed. Download this year's form under Resources.

American-grown Foods

The Madison Local School District strives to buy American-grown foods whenever possible. Buying American foods for our school district helps to ensure high-quality meals for our students, and supports our country's agriculture industry. Ninety eight percent of our schools food is raised in the United States, or is from our local agricultural industry. The only foods, currently served at Madison Local Schools that are not raised in the United States, include bananas and mandarin oranges.
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