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Student Retrieval/Drop Off Days, May 2020

On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 27, 28, and 29th, members of the staff of Mullen High School with assistance of officers from the Denver Police Department will allow students to enter the school in a controlled, metered process in accordance with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s Safer at Home orders. We are grateful to the Denver Police Department for their assistance in developing this plan. The schedule for these days is as follows:
Wednesday (5.27.2020) and Thursday (5.28.2020):
  • Students with last names beginning A-L  9:00am to 11:30am
  • Students with last names beginning M-Z 12:00pm to 2:30pm
Friday (5.29.2020):
  • Students with last names beginning M-Z 9:00am - 11:30am
  • Students with last names beginning A-L  12:00pm - 2:30pm
Students will:
  • Empty lockers
  • Retrieve medication 
  • Pick up and drop off musical instruments
  • and seniors will drop off athletic  uniforms and textbooks (see below)

Members of the Class of 2020 will drop off any textbooks that are property of Mullen High School. 

Student Athletes in the Class of 2020 will drop off their athletic uniforms.

Freshmen, sophomores and juniors who have textbooks  or athletic uniforms belonging to Mullen High School will return those items in the Fall of 2020.

Entrance into the school will be controlled. All gates, chains and fences will be secured with the exception of the drive to the north and west of the football stadium on Kenyon Blvd. All cars will enter on Kenyon Blvd. Denver police officers will be on hand to direct cars behind the stadium and near the Spirit Center.

Once parked in appropriate places, students - in groups of 10 - will be allowed to access the school. Students will have 15 minutes to obtain their personal items from different locations around the school. School personnel will be on hand to assist students in this process. Once the 10 students have returned to their vehicles and have left the school grounds, 10 more vehicles will be directed to parking spaces adjacent to the Spirit Center. No more than 30 cars will be allowed on the campus at any one time. No more than 10 students will be allowed out of their vehicles at one time. No location on the campus will be available for socializing or gathering of groups. 

Denver Police will be positioned on West Kenyon Ave to manage/monitor/assist with traffic control. Denver Police will assist with directing traffic into the holding lanes behind the stadium. In the event there are more cars than capacity on the campus, the right of way directly south of the scoreboard alongside West Kenyon Ave will be used to park cars until they can enter the campus. 

If you have questions, please contact Mr. Vince Massey, Director of Safety and Security or Mr. Duan Ruff, Dean of Students.