Mullen Today

Mullen High School is continuously updating our information for our community to address the changing status of COVID-19. This page is intended to provide information, prayer and updates about the spring trimester. 

List of 3 news stories.

  • When Things Get Difficult, Think of Others, Issue 40

    Rita Niblack, Pastoral Director
    For the past 15 years, Rita Niblack has been a spiritual guide and educator at Mullen High School.  In our last and 40th issue of Mullen Today's Unordinary Times, she reminds us that during these times of frustration and isolation brought on by the coronavirus (COVID-19) to think of others as our founder, St. John Baptist de La Salle did. 
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  • The Bell, Issue 39

    Ila Rosengarten, College Counseling Assistant
    Ila Rosengarten, Mullen High Schools College Counseling Assistant, joined the Mullen community as a parent in 2011 when her daughter Maya, '15 was a freshman. She returned as a member of the College Counseling team in 2016 along side her daughter, Anika who is now a graduate from the Class of 2020.  In writing for Mullen Today's Unordinary Times, Ila speaks about her enthusiasm in seeing students celebrate their college acceptances and encourages Mustangs to continue to celebrate during the time of the coronavirus (COVID-19). 
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  • Hope & Desire, Issue 38

    Maggie Bertsch, Mullen Junior
    Maggie Bertsch is similar to everyone else – she never really expected so much to be affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19). It was a large dose of reality for her, especially when considering the junior softballer was able to complete her season and she has had to watch so many others have theirs wiped out in an instant. In writing for Mullen Today’s Unordinary Times, Bertsch shares her training, outlook, schooling and solid hope for a return to the way things used to be through perseverance.
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UnOrdinary Times

Ordinarily, hundreds of Mullen’s Mustangs would be competing in spring sports, prepping for AP exams, and getting ready for all the fun year end activities.
And, ordinarily, would be telling their stories.  But there isn’t anything ordinary about these times, is there?
To shed some light on what our Mullen community is up to, we want first-person offerings on how our families have been affected by COVID-19, how you're handling it and what you hope lies in the future.

If you'd like to contribute please click the link below or contact Ami Zach or Neil H. Devlin.