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COVID-19 Updates

Updated: June 3, 2022

Mary Star of the Sea High School COVID-19 Updates and Announcements

This page will serve as our designated COVID-19 resource for members of our school community. We continue to pray for all those impacted by COVID-19 and hope to welcome our students back as soon as we are allowed to do so. Below, you'll find our initial COVID-19 Reopening Plan. Our plan will be updated regularly as new and revised guidance becomes available. Please be sure to check this page for the latest information regarding our COVID-19 protocols and guidelines. 


Click here to view MSHS COVID-19 Reopening Plan


COVID-19 Safety Plan and School Guidance Checklist

As a part of our reopening plan, the California Department of Public Health and Pasadena Public Health Department require certain protocols and documents to be posted on our school website. Below, you'll find links to these documents. 


I. California Department of Public Health - COVID-19 Safety Plan (as of 3/23/21)

    California Department of Public Health - School Guidance Checklist (as of 3/23/21)


II. L.A. County Health Department - Reopening Protocol (as of 3/23/21)

    MSHS COVID Screening Questionnaire


III. Reopening Protocols for K-12 Schools-Appendix T1 (as of 9/22/21)


IV. COVID-19 Exposure Management Plan Guidance in K-12 Schools (as of 9/22/21)


V. LADPH Health Officer Order for the Control of COVID-19

   Directions for Self Quarantine (as of 9/22/21)

   Contract Tracing Order (as of 9/22/21)


VI. Decision Pathways for Symptoms and Exposures in K-12 Schools (as of 9/23/21)


VI. Guidance for Organized Youth Sports (as of 9/03/21)


If you have questions about these documents, please contact Ms. Rita Dever at [email protected]


DPH - Liaison - Template

February 23,2022

Dear LA County Sector Partners,

The Los Angeles County Responding Together at Work and In the Community Health Officer Order has been updated (Issued Wed., February 23, 2022. Effective at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, February 25, 2022).  Changes are highlighted in yellow on the document:

  • In light of decreasing case and test positivity rates and hospitalizations, this Order creates elective criteria for establishments, businesses, and venues to voluntarily implement to exempt either of the following from the indoor masking requirement:
    • Option #1 - all fully vaccinated customers, visitors and onsite workers or Option #2 - just fully vaccinated customers and visitors.
  • Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated persons must continue to wear a well-fitting mask in public indoor settings.

2022.02.23_HOO_Beyond the Blueprint_VoluntaryIndoor.pdf

Other pertinent information and resources can be found on the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health website at


Thank you for your ongoing efforts to protect the health and well-being of Los Angeles County residents.

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health