Return to Campus Updates

10-07-2020 update

As preparations for resuming activities on campus continue this week, we welcomed back our student-athletes as they began outdoor conditioning after school. We are very pleased to report that our students are following protocols and instructions, they are working in small groups and maintaining physical distancing, and that everything is proceeding as planned. The health and safety of our students and staff continue to be our #1 priority.  

Students coming to campus must:
  • Stay home if they are feeling unwell or have been exposed to COVID-19
  • Wear a face covering at all times
  • Have a phone or iPad available to complete the daily health screening
  • Return home if exhibiting any signs or symptoms of an illness
Even though we saw a slight increase in the number of reported COVID-19 cases in LA County these past two weeks, we remain optimistic that progress is being made. While we do not have a definitive answer about when we will be able to move to a hybrid learning model, we are ready to welcome our students back as soon as permitted by state and local health officials. 
Parents, please look for a new "Form" that we will post to your myMHS portal in the next day or two. It contains a 1-question survey that will help us determine the number of students who plan to attend on-campus classes when we move to a hybrid learning model.
We will continue sending these updates each Wednesday and will also post the information to the Return to Campus page, which is found on your myMHS Resource board. Families may email any specific questions to
John Rouse
Head of School