COVID Corner
This page is meant to be a quick place for your to get your COVID-19 information.

(as of 11/23/2020) this will get updated 2 times a week

Active Cases: 5
Total Students Quarantined due to Contact Tracing or Symptoms: 27
Recovered Cases at MLHS : 24

Active Cases: 0
Total Staff Quarantined due to Contact Tracing or Symptoms: 2
Recovered Cases at MLHS: 3

Attendance & Assignments
  • If parents are uncomfortable sending their children to school on a particular day, if students show symptoms of COVID19, or they are in quarantine or isolation, please indicate when you excuse them from school that this is COVID19 related.
  • COVID19 absences will not count against the normal 10 absences per class per semester.
  • Teachers will put basic content online to those students who are quarantined at home or not feeling well.  It won’t be the full lesson but enough that student could being work at home and email or video chat with teachers or students later. As always, students can find their assignments at
For any questions please contact Principal Dave Uhlhorn at 

Mask/Face Coverings Q&A and Resources

Q: Is everyone required to wear a mask at MLHS?

A: Students, teachers and staff members will be required to wear masks at all times while in the building.  There are some times when masks won’t need to be worn.  Examples of that are for certain medical reasons, or when a teacher or staff member is alone in their own workspace.  We will be considerate of the discomfort that wearing a mask all day can bring, and so we will be thinking of ways that we can allow for some relief for that on occasion.  Parents—for any special requests you may have, please let our administration know ahead of time so we can consult with you about that.  Otherwise, in general, we will view this requirement as we view all other school rules, which means we will consider it as part of our ongoing ministry with our students. 

Q: What if I do not have a mask?
The school can provide masks to any students who need one. Students who use their own are reminded that the mask is considered a “dress code” item and should follow the guidelines that already exist for that.

Q: Do I have to wear a mask during extracurricular activities or events?
 The requirement for wearing masks inside does apply to all activities.  Therefore, we will need to apply this requirement to extracurricular activities and events as well.

RESOURCES RE: Face Coverings
How to use Reusable Face Coverings
Cloth Face Coverings

What are the symptoms of COVID?

People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

This list does not include all possible symptoms.


  • Do not come to school
  • Contact the main office at 920-682-0215 and report the student's absence
  • Begin self-quarantine
You can return to school after each of the following criteria has been met:
  • After 48 hours of being symptom free without using medicine that reduces fevers
(You test positive for COVID-19 or a doctor tells you that you have it based on your symptoms and exposures)
  • You stay home for 10 days since you first had symptoms.
  • Separate yourself from other people in your home, also called "isolation," and self-monitor until you are no longer able to spread COVID-19 to others. Learn more here.
  • Contact the main office at 920-682-0215 and report the student's absence.
You can return to school after each of the following criteria has been met:
  • You do not have a fever free for at least 1 day without using medicine that reduces fevers.
  • Your other symptoms have improved for at least 1 day.
  • At least 10 days have passed since you first had symptoms.
Please note: Even if you do not have symptoms you should stay isolated for at least 10 days after you were tested.

SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCE for ATHLETES: In order to return to sports you need to have this medical form filled out and turned in to Mr. Loberger the MLHS Athletic Director.

(You have been in close contact with someone who tested postive for COVID-19).
  • You stay home for 14 days since the last contact with COVID-19.
  • You should get tested. Please note: Negative tests do not allow for an earlier return to school. It could be that not enough time has passed for the test to pick it up. You may test positive at a later date.
  • It is important to self-quarantine and self-monitor to protect yourself, your family, and your community. Learn more here.
  • Contact the main office at 920-682-0215 and report the student's absence
You can return to school after each of the following criteria has been met:
  • It has been 14 days since the last contact with COVID-19
  • You do not have a fever without the use of medication for at least 24 hours
  • You do not have any COVID-19 Symptoms

(someone in your household tested positive for COVID 19 and you live in the same house)
  • Call the main office and inform us who is positive and who will need to quarantine at home
  • Try to quarantine the positive case person as much as possible in your house
  • Avoid shared utensils, spaces, objects
  • Wear masks whenever possible when around each other
  • Self-monitor all members in the household
  • After a week or so, consider all members of the household to test
You can return to school after the following criteria has been met:
  • The health dept will assist you in when the exact day will be
  • Generally, it is 14 days after the person with COVID ends their isolation
  • You have no symptoms yourself
  • You are fever free for 24 hours

"To Our God and Father be glory forever and ever" ~ Philippians 4:20