Important: ALL MHS students online until January 25th –

January 16, 2021

Dear MHS Parents,

We have just received notice that one individual from Millennium High School has tested positive for COVID-19.  This individual was last on our campus on Tuesday, January 12th, 2021.  We wish this individual a speedy recovery.

We have consulted with San Joaquin County Public Health Services and
out of an abundance of caution, we will be closing Millennium High
School, grades 9th – 12th so that these students and staff can
self-quarantine to monitor for symptoms.  During this time, we will
conduct a deep cleaning by our custodial service. If your child is
presenting symptoms, we would encourage you to contact your physician
and if your child is tested please make us aware so we can make the
most informed decisions for our school. All of our MHS and DCS
Students will need to go online through Jan. 22, 2021, for virtual
learning. Students will come back to in-person learning Monday,
January 25th.

We have been taking and will continue to take the following precautions:

Staff members wear facial coverings while caring for children

Temperatures are taken of all students and staff and any elevated temp
over 100.4   prevents this individual from entering school grounds

Students/Staff with COVID symptoms are sent home immediately

Continuous Cleaning and disinfecting all areas along with  lunch
tables thoroughly disinfected between lunch groups

Seating areas are socially distanced

Focus on handwashing and disinfecting throughout the day

Bathrooms are continuously monitored with only two students allowed in at a time

Repeated disinfecting/cleaning on “high touch” areas throughout the
day (including desks, doors, public spaces, and bathroom fixtures)

Thank you for your understanding and partnership as we navigate these
uncharted waters and support one another through these uncertain
times. We profoundly regret any anxiety this causes you and your
family. We will continue to monitor the situation and update you on
any additional developments.


Virginia Stewart

Executive Director