MUSD will not allow normal visitation to our campuses or office buildings until further notice. Only MUSD staff will be allowed on a regular basis and according to their established work schedule. We will limit nonessential visitors, volunteers and activities involving groups at the same time as recommended by CDC and CDPH. Members of the public are required to wear face coverings in MUSD office buildings.
The safety of our staff and students remains the District’s primary concern. To help prevent the spread of the virus and reduce the risk of exposure to our staff and students, visitors from the public must have their temperature checked by the front desk attendant upon their arrival at the reception desk. If a temperature indicates a fever of 100.4 or above, the visitor will be denied access and asked to leave immediately. If the visitor has a safe temperature, they will complete a required self-screening form for further information.
DISTRICT OFFICE AND SCHOOL OFFICES ARE NOW FULLY OPEN
Patrons entering the school and district office buildings will be required to observe all social distancing guidelines, complete a self-screening form, wear a face covering, and sign-in on a contact tracing form disclosing the date of the visit, name, and best contact information.
STAFF TRAINING AND FAMILY EDUCATION
Throughout each phase of the Return to School Plan, the District will provide regular trainings with staff virtually and in-person to enforce the plan and its measures. Educational videos, graphics, and other documents will be shared with school sites, students, and families to encourage safe behavior and practices. Information regarding the Return to School Plan will be regularly included in the District’s social media outlets, email newsletters, and website updates. Live sessions will also be held with the community to further educate students, families, and staff on the District’s Return to School Plan.