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.