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Campus Reopening

Reopening of Campus Information

Looking to the return of students on campus this fall, Marymount is committed to delivering a robust academic program while diligently adhering to the guidelines and restrictions placed forth by the CDC and the Los Angeles County and California Departments of Public Health.

In line with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health's determination that in-person learning may resume, Marymount High School students will return at full capacity (9-12 grades) as of August 16, 2021.

All planning for on-campus learning in the 2021-22 school year continues to be informed from medical advice from state and federal public health entities. We will keep families informed with ongoing updates throughout the school year.

As always, we are ready to adapt to changes to ensure our community's collective health and well-being. 

For a detailed look at the procedures we adhere to, please refer to the LADPH COVID-19 reopening protocol and our COVID-19 Prevention Program (CPP).

Documents

Parent Corner

Parents - To see all communications from Marymount regarding the reopening of schools, please log in to your myMarymount Parent Portal.


List of 5 items.

  • Mandatory Face Coverings

    are required at all times indoors on campus.
  • Social Distancing

    at all times
  • Hand Sanitizing Stations

    available throughout campus
  • Pre-Campus Health Questionnaire

    needs to be completed daily before arriving on campus
  • Dedicated Pandemic Coordinator

    on staff and on campus daily


Social Distancing While on Campus

To properly support social distancing throughout campus, the following will be implemented:
  • Social Distancing Reminders: We will need the support of our families to remind their daughters to remain socially distanced amongst their friends. We will also encourage students to social distance at all times while on campus.
Please Note: At this time, anyone visiting campus will be required to complete the mandatory health questionnaire prior to their arrival.




Health & Hygiene Protocols

In order to help mitigate the spread of the virus, the following has been implemented:
  • Pandemic Health Coordinator: Marymount has hired a Pandemic Health Coordinator for screening/monitoring those on campus and the execution of COVID-19 protocols on campus.
  • Pre-campus Health Questionnaire: All students will be required to fill out a daily questionnaire and temperature check prior to leaving their home.
  • Mandatory Face Masks Required: All students, faculty and staff will be required to wear a face mask while indoors on campus. 
  • Disinfect Each Class: All classrooms and high-touch areas (restrooms, doorhandles, etc.) will be thoroughly sanitized. We will have additional cleaning staff on site to support these efforts. 
  • Hand-sanitizing Stations: Will be available throughout the campus, and every classroom and office will have disinfectant wipes for use. 
  • Isolation Rooms: We will have separate isolation rooms available if a student feels ill while on campus. Until a parent can come and pick up the student, she must remain in that room. 












Bus Services - Tumbleweed

Marymount will continue to partner with Tumbleweed for the remainder of the 2021-2022 school year:
  • All students and drivers will maintain social distancing while entering, seating, and exiting the bus.
  • All students and drivers are required to wear their masks at all times, covering both their mouth and nose.
  • Buses will be sanitized and disinfected after each route. 
  • Windows will also remain open.




SAGE Dining

Sage Dining Services will be on campus daily to prepare grab-and-go breakfast, lunch, and snacks for purchase.

As a matter of convenience, we are moving to a cashless system for food purchases. A new online payment service from Sage Dining called Revtrak will allow you to purchase breakfast, lunch, and snacks at the Marymount Café with a prepaid account.






School Policies

In light of the recommendations mandated by the CDC and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, we are temporarily amending Marymount’s attendance policy while classes are in-session on campus. 

Students with any signs of flu-like symptoms should be kept home from school. If your daughter has a fever of 100.4 or over, she should not come to school until she is fever-free for 24-hours without the use of fever medication


School and Family Trips

  • Travel notices and advisories across all countries worldwide are changing regularly. Please refer to the CDC website and check all travel advisories prior to any trip you may be taking and practice usual health precautions when traveling. 


INTERNAL TASK FORCE

In addition to an External Board of Trustees Reopening Task Force, Marymount has created an Internal Task Force to plan for our school's reopening this Fall. This dedicated team meets weekly to discuss latest developments in this ever-changing landscape.




Marymount's top priority is the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and our collective community. We remain proactive in diligently complying with local and state public health guidelines and regulations. Due to the rapidly changing landscape of COVID-19, the information on this page may be subject to change. 

If you have any questions, please contact [email protected].