Friday's news headlines from News 3 Now This Morning on March 18, 2022.
MADISON, Wis. -- Parents of students attending Madison East High School have organized over the past week to provide a visible support system for students in the wake…
Standardized test results from 2021 show the pandemic and lockdowns took a toll.
There wasn't a lot of information in the call that the Kloack family got earlier this week, Emily said, letting them know that the school one of their sons attended had a positive COVID-19 case.
The number of positive coronavirus cases and close contacts required to quarantine in Madison schools has increased dramatically in the last week, according to the latest numbers on the district's COVID-19 dashboard.
MADISON, Wis.-- You've probably seen them by now: countless 'Back to School' posts from parents, excited their kids are finally returning to in-person learning. Many are sharing pictures of…
MADISON, Wis. -- News 3 Now is tracking COVID-19 cases and quarantines in school districts throughout south central Wisconsin. For the week ending October 1,…
The first day of school can be nerve-wracking as it is. Add on a pandemic and returning to in-person learning for the first time in a year and a half, anxiety levels increase.
School officials say they are excited to have most students back in the classroom this fall.
MADISON, Wis. - A spokesperson for the Madison Metropolitan School District says the decision to require masks outdoors for…
Wednesday, Sept. 1 will be the first day that 9th grade students are back in the building along with anybody who is new to the district in 10th-12th grades. The rest of VASD students will return on Thursday, Sept. 2.
MADISON, Wis. - As COVID-19 cases continue to surge, and concerns around the Delta variant remain, UW Health's Chief Quality Officer Dr. Jeff Pothof joins News 3 Now…
UW Health is encouraging drivers to keep an eye out for children who are walking or biking on the roads as they return to school in the next week.
MTI's Board of Directors issued a statement Monday morning saying its members "overwhelmingly agree" that staff should get vaccinated.
MMSD is taking a daring new approach during a time when school curriculums are under a great deal of scrutiny.
It started as a request, and soon, could become a requirement. Monday night, the Madison Metropolitan School District Board of Education is expected to discuss a resolution that would ask administrators to draft a vaccine requirement plan for teachers and staff by September 20th.
A return to the classroom doesn't mean a return to normal for Madison schools this fall.
Keeping kids healthy and in the classroom are administrators' top two priorities, and challenges, this school year, especially as long as kids under the age of 12 remain ineligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Jenkins clarified his position on the potential requirement during a Friday media briefing ahead of the 2021-22 school year.
Officials say the decision was made to open up the virtual option as Delta variant cases continue to rise and children under the age of 12 are still not eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Registered Dietitian Tami Schiltz joined Josh Spreiter on News 3 Now This Morning to talk about why it’s so important to important to find the right combo of protein, carbs and healthy fats for kids.
The Madison Metropolitan School District is being forced to adjust start and end times for many schools due to a bus driver shortage, district officials announced Wednesday.
The open letter includes calls for masking, social distancing when possible, and vaccinations for everyone who is eligible.
As classes begin at High Point Christian School, teachers continue to teach students in the classroom - just like they have throughout the pandemic, even when other schools went virtual.
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