Madison Elementary School

2069 Village Rd.; Madison, NH 03849 p. 603.367.4642 f. 603.367.8784

office@mes-nh.com SAU #13


Madison Elementary Re-Entry Rev. 1.3.2022

NH DHHS updated their guidance for schools. The toolkit has been replaced by this document.

View Updated Isolation & Quarantine Guidance from NH DHHS Here.

Update from April 4th School Board meeting:
1. Physical Distancing will be reduced to 3 feet throughout the building, while allowing 6 feet for students in their classroom at their seat. This is to provide students with a personal space when they need it. 2. Assigned seats on bussing will be changed in coordination with the bus company so that students will be seating by grade level groupings instead of in family groupings.3. Home tests: Only 1 negative home test will be required for a student to return to school when exhibiting a symptom of COVID-19. This does NOT replace the expectation that children stay home when they are sick which has been the expectation pre-COVID.



Update from Feb. 15 Special Meeting

Tonight the Madison School Board voted to make mask wearing optional immediately. The only exceptions would be

· When a student or staff member rides the bus due to the federal transportation mandate which is set to expire on March 18.

· If a student or staff member falls under the isolation and quarantine guidance requiring mask wearing when indoors.

Update to Re-Entry Plan From Jan. 3 Madison School Board Meeting:

If COVID-19 testing is required, positive results from home testing kits for COVID-19 will be accepted. In the instance of a negative result from a home test, the school will require a follow-up with either a doctor, a PCR test, or a repeat negative home test result at minimum 24 hours after the initial test.


All home tests must have the student's or staff member’s name written on the front of the test with the date and time of the test. A picture should be sent to the school office or school nurse.

A copy of results must be received by the school prior to re-entry. The doctor’s office can fax the results or letters to 603-367-8784. Please speak to the nurse for alternate ways to provide documentation.

Public Notice

A/C Unit Replacement

The Madison School District is seeking qualified bids for replacing an existing air conditioning unit at the Madison Elementary School. A walk-though is scheduled for Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at 10:00 am (2069 Village Rd, Madison, NH 03849) to examine current equipment and ask any related questions. Work to be completed during summer break. Sealed bids will be read aloud at the SAU #13 Office at 3:00 pm on Thursday, June 2, 2022. Please contact Mike Wade if you’re interested and to get any updated information.

Office of the Superintendent/SAU-13

Attention: Mike Wade, Business Administrator

881A Tamworth Road

Tamworth, NH 03886

Phone: (603)323-5088

e-mail: mwade@sau13.org


Madison School District Annual Report FY21 web version.pdf


The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe November 2021

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As the weather changes please keep the guidelines below in mind.

Outdoor Appropriate Clothing

    • Yellow Day: (above 60 degrees) Students may wear what they are comfortable in.

    • Green Day: (40-60 degrees) Students are encouraged to wear a coat or sweatshirt with a minimum of 2 layers.

    • Blue Day: (20-40 degrees) Students must have a fall/winter coat (Wind and Water Proof) ; hat, headband or earmuffs (ears covered tightly); and gloves or mittens to go out, but may take them off if too hot. (no shorts or skirts)

    • Purple Day: (Below 20 degrees) Students must wear a winter coat; hat; and gloves or mittens.(no shorts or skirts)

    • Snow on the Ground: Boots for outside and shoes for inside are expected. If your child will be playing in the snow (sledding, building snowmen, etc.), snow pants are also required.

Consequences for not wearing Appropriate Clothing: Student will remain in the office. Parents will be notified after 3rd repeated incidence.

Recess is a key component of the health curriculum and the wellness policy for all students. All students will be expected to participate in physical activity during recess time.



To enroll a new student, please download and complete this registration packet for 1st through 6th graders and call to speak with the principal about setting a start date. 367-4642

Registration Packet for Kindergarten or a student that has not attended a school before.

Ossipee Children's Fund Application

Water Testing Notification 5.2.19


Inclement Weather Notification:

  • In the event of school closing or a delay due to weather or other events, parents will be notified through the school's Blackboard Connect system. Information will also be posted on WMUR.

  • Should school need to release students early, parents will be notified through the same contact system.

  • In the event of a 2 hour delay, Morning Program will begin at 9:45 am.

  • Please make sure all of your contact info is updated with the school office.


Madison Elementary School

2069 Village Road

Madison, NH 03849

p. 603-367-4642

f. 603-367-8784

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