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COVID-19 Information

The Maddux School has developed a Return to Campus - Prevention, Preparedness, and Response plan that considers federal, state, and local laws, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), State of Maryland, and Montgomery County guidelines for the reopening of schools. The plan has also been developed with feedback from our families, professional partners and board of directors.


Return to Campus Plan

We ask that families and staff read the Return to Campus plan to understand our strategies for prevention, preparedness and response, as well as the expectations and requirements for all. 
As new information and guidance related to COVID-19 becomes available or changes, we will quickly adjust our plans and update our procedures. Thus, this Plan is subject to change, and changes may be made with or without notice.

Read the Return to Campus Plan


Distance Learning Plan


The Maddux School opened on October 19 with a hybrid model that includes four days of on-site instruction and one day of remote instruction, controlled small cohorts, and dedicated zones within the building.  All students who wish to continue with Distance Learning may do so.

Read the Maddux School Distance Learning Plan  

The Maddux School has developed a set of guidelines for what to do when a staff member, student, or member of a household has a confirmed or presumed case of COVID-19 or has been exposed to someone with a confirmed or presumed case.  Our policies and procedures are based on guidance from the Maryland Departments of Health and Education and the CDC. Staff and students should stay home if they have tested positive for COVID-19, have been told by a medical professional that they have a presumed cased of COVID-19, or are showing signs or symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Staff and students who have recently had close contact with a person with COVID-19 should also stay home and monitor their health while speaking to their health care professional regarding the need for testing and a period of quarantine. Remote participation will be provided for students and staff when prevention measures necessitate that they remain at home. 

Read Responding to COVID-19 – When to Stay Home

We also have policies related to travel during the pandemic, which are based on guidance from the Maryland Department of Health.

Read Travel During COVID-19 Pandemic