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Madison College Optimistic After Implementing Local/State Health Regulations

New safety measures have been implemented at Madison College. President Jack Daniels (great name, right?🥃) is hopeful they can continue to meet the educational needs of the community once classes resume in the Fall. The college plans to have approximately 70% of classes online with hybrid options for those classes which must be completed in person.

Furthermore, computers will be available to borrow so students can be equipped to succeed, despite the circumstances. Let’s hope these new safety protocols will help prevent any COVID-19 infections amongst staff, students, and their families. 

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You can also check out how Lacrosse County has dealt with Coronavirus prevention measures to get an idea of how Wisconsin might look in the near future. We just have to wait and see.

Photo courtesy of Wisconsin Technical Colleges via Flickr

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