Weekly Update- July 5th, 2020

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Hi MES Famlies!

I hope everyone had a great 4th of July this weekend! July is going to be a busy month for MUSD as the reopening task force begins their meetings and the district prepares for school to go back into session in August. We are going to do our best to keep you informed as we receive new information and updates regarding the reopening process and all things school related. 

We recently learned about a new option for student enrollment for the upcoming school year.  If you are interested in continuing to teach your kids entirely from home in a distance learning format while staying a part of MUSD, you will need to enroll your kids into the MILES Distance Learning Program. All students are automatically enrolled in a flex program that will be a combination of in seat and at home learning ( this is what the Reopening Task Force will be deciding on this month), but if you want to keep your kids at home in the Fall, you will need to enroll them in this separate program.

For more information and to enroll your children in the MILES Distance Learning Program, click here. 

As always, please feel free to reach out to us anytime!
Lizzie Lipman
PTO President

Local Support Weeks: As a thank you to all of the local businesses that have supported MES over the years, we are introducing local support weeks to highlight all of those that have so generously supported us. 
Husky Pup Fun Run: We are brainstorming about different options that will allow us to continue our annual tradition of the Husky Pup Fun Run Fundraiser. If you would like to volunteer for this event, please contact us at MammothPTO@gmail.com
Mask Drive: The PTO is working with the Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation  to provide masks for all students at the start of school. We are also looking for more donations. If you would like to get involved, please email us at MammothPTO@gmail.com
New Volunteer Requirements: As the situation continues to evolve, the requirements for volunteers is also going to change. We are working with the public health department and the district to make sure everyone stays healthy and safe while on campus. 
New Outdoor Learning Areas: Mr. Alvarado is working on creating new outdoor learning areas at both the elementary and middle schools. He is in need of volunteers for this project on the design aspect, gathering of materials and implementation. If you are interested, please reach out to the PTO or contact Mr. Alvarado directly at FAlvarado@mammothusd.org

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