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2020

News & Updates

  • June

    Gold & Blueprint

    We hope this message finds you well and enjoying the summer! Please know that you and your families are in our hearts and in our prayers as the calendar turns from June to July.
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  • Letter from Brother Visitor

    Brother Donald
    It is with a heavy heart that I write these words to you. It is my hope that, through them, I can express to you my concerns, prayers, and support during a time that is testing our strength as Lasallians and as Americans.

    The ugly reality of racism and division in our nation is again bringing injustice and tragedy into the lives of our brothers and sisters, as well as unrest, anger, and violence to our cities and neighborhoods. I know you share my sense of shock and sadness over the terrible events of these past days. However, we must not let ourselves or each other – especially the young entrusted to our care – sink into their darkness. We must hold tightly to God, to each other, and to our vision for a better world. This is because we have work to do.
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  • May

    Prep re-opening on June 1

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Caution, intelligence and patience will be required, but it's a start -- individual decisions to be made at the local level.
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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
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  • May 8, 2020

    Jeffrey M. Howard
    Emergency Remote Learning Week SEVEN - Hope Is Not Cancelled 
    Last Days of School and Finals

    We are rapidly approaching the end of the year. Though this end of this year will look different from any of the ends of years any of us have experienced in the past, it is still coming...

     
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  • April

    Spring sports cancelled

    By The MBN
    Third of 3 annual seasons halted by coronavirus (COVID-19).
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  • Photos by John Leyba

    'Stangs assistant coach a talented artist with a pertinent purpose

    By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
    Swim's Zucchini-Fowler captures healthcare professionals poignantly with a colorful mural downtown that has been seen worldwide.
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  • End of year Intentions

    Jeffrey M. Howard
    Though it hasn’t looked like spring this week and we are not all together physically, it is already mid-April and the end of the year - this very strange year - is just over six weeks away. This is not the spring we planned for, but we continue to be resilient and resolute, looking ahead to the next challenge. Hope is NOT cancelled! Please read on for a number of important updates.
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  • Emergency Remote Learning | Update 4.14.2020

    Jeffrey M. Howard
    The “Class Week” adjustment below begins Monday, April 20, 2020 - the first Self Directed Day is Friday, April 24, 2020.
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  • Update on COVID-19 & Closure

    Today as we begin what is likely the strangest Holy Week we have ever experienced we remind ourselves that God is with us - always. As our Lenten journey reaches its end this week, we continue to live our lives in a spirit of hope. 

    Hope is a powerful force and one we embrace in this amazing Mullen community. 

    By now, many have seen that the majority of public schools in the Denver Metro Area have announced they will be continuing remote learning for the remainder of the school year. Mullen High School has been following the guidelines instituted by the state of Colorado and has paid close attention to decisions made by surrounding public schools. 

    With those examples in mind and because minimizing social contact is working and we want to help lead our community's participation in the solution, Mullen High School will continue to operate in a distance learning model for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. We will not return to in person instruction this year.

    All in person school activities (ie. athletics, graduation, prom, etc.) are cancelled, however, please know that we are actively exploring creative alternatives for graduation, prom and end-of-the-year events for seniors. We will keep our families informed as we develop potential options. We will celebrate the Class of 2020.
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  • April 3, 2020

    Jeffrey Howard
    Distance Learning Week Two
    Distance Learning… there is still so much to learn, but the staff and faculty and students of Mullen High School will not shrink from the challenge…

    I am so very pleased with and proud of the Mullen community for the manner in which we are engaging in Distance Learning. Our transition to this new world has not, of course, been perfect and we are learning as we go, but I have to say that early results are, on the whole, very positive. Teachers are discovering what works well, what does not and what needs to be adapted. Students are doing very much the same thing. The administration, the department chairs, the Distance Learning Task Force and academic departments are meeting, discussing, adapting and growing.

    The critical thing here is that we are engaging. That has been my priority as principal, that we continue to engage with our students, that we communicate with them, that we pray with them and that we remind them we love them. 
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  • Distance Learning Will Continue - COVID-19 Update


    Dear Mustangs,

    As Pope Francis has reminded us, our shared Lenten journey has taken on new significance this year. As we move towards Easter and the miracle of the resurrection, we hope that your family is staying safe, healthy and peaceful. Though we are not physically together as a community, we continue to support each other during our time apart. Please remember to send us prayer intentions to Mrs. Niblack at Niblack@mullenhigh.com so that they can be shared in our daily prayers
     
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  • March

    Distance Learning

    Jeffrey M. Howard
    Dear Students (and Families) -

    I sincerely hope this letter finds you very well. Each time we have gathered to talk about this unprecedented situation, a teacher or staff member reminds us about you, our students, and that all the work we do is for you. Our prayers - the prayers of the faculty and staff of Mullen High School - are with you and will remain with you for the duration of this truly amazing time. 

    Please pray for us as well.
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  • March 19 | COVID-19

    Friends of Mullen, 

    Let us remember…that we are in the holy presence of God.

    We remain committed to keeping our students, parents, families, alumni, faculty and staff informed about these unprecedented events and our plans and responses to these complex times. We are deeply grateful to you for your prayers and know that you are very much in ours. We do always remain in God’s Holy Presence...
     
    On Wednesday, March 18, as many of you did, Mullen High School leadership received word that Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed an executive order closing Colorado schools through Friday, April 17 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. You may read the press release and executive order here
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  • March 16 | COVID-19

    Dear Mullen Community,

    From the Lasallian Prayer for Peace: “We pray for peace in our lives; in our towns, in our schools, in our families and in our hearts. We pray for a peace that the world cannot give us. We pray for a peace that will make us whole and transform us into ambassadors of justice for Your sake.” We hope you find in this prayer solace, comfort and strength. 
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  • March 11 | COVID-19

    As we continue our shared Lenten journey, faced with the seemingly ever-changing challenges of the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19), we begin this update in a spirit of faith and prayer, confident in our association within our Lasallian community. Know that we pray with you and for you.
     
    The health and safety of all of our students continues to be our first priority in the wake of the evolving situation around COVID-19 in Colorado. We encourage everyone in our school community to continue to take note of facts and not to panic, but to take appropriate precautions. With Spring Break next week, we provide you this update on our response to COVID-19.  This same communication has been disseminated to faculty and staff in addition to parents. 
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