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          2020/2021 School Year Announcements

          The Mile High Academy administration is hard at work planning for the 2020/2021 school year. It’s with much anticipation that the MHA faculty and staff look forward to students returning to campus.

          We will continue to update this page as communication becomes available.

          Messages from Administration

          MHA Families:

          Attached is the updated dress code for the 2020-2021 school year.

          Brenda Rodie, VP of Operations, Admissions & Records

          MHA Families:

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          As we begin these tasks, it would be helpful to have your input via the survey at the links below.  Please complete this survey by June 30. 

          Lower School Music Survey

          6-12 Music Survey

          If you are aware of anyone who would be interested in the part-time music position at MHA, or would be willing to volunteer in any related capacity for this upcoming school year, please reach out to us.

          We will update you as plans come together.

          Brenda Rodie, VP of Operations, Admissions & Records

          Dear Mile High Family:

          Hope this communication finds each of your respective families is enjoying summer.   Administration has been working on plans for the upcoming school year.  It is with much anticipation that the MHA faculty and staff look forward to students returning to campus!

          Thank you for the conversations that we were able to have while conducting the parent survey. Overwhelmingly, families want to return to school!  Many families were comfortable with any of the options that included in-person learning at school.  MHA met this week with a group of private schools in Douglas County to collaborate on a joint variance request.  See the survey result images below this communication.

          Unless there is a government mandated restriction preventing students from returning to MHA in person, it is our highest priority to have students return safely to their classrooms.   Based on feedback from over 100 families, Administration and the MHA School Board have agreed to a 4-day school week for the 2020-2021 school year.  The primary benefit of MHA moving to a 4-day school week is to better accommodate families needing before and after school care supervision.   Several schools within the Rocky Mountain Conference have already switched to 4-day school weeks and have found it to be a positive change for their families.  At this point, this change is for the 2020-2021 school year only and will be re-evaluated next year.


          • 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday – Thursday
          • 7:30 am – Before School Care begins in student classrooms
          • 5:30 pm – After School Care ends

          With the information available now, After School Care will take place in the individual classrooms.  A flat rate of $6 per day will be charged for each student attending ASC.   After School Care ends at 5:30 pm Monday-Thursday. Additional details for BSC and ASC will be communicated, including drop off/pick up locations and procedures. Staggering drop off and/or pick up times is not anticipated.

          Although limited summer office hours are available, due to Safer at Home guidelines currently in place, please call ahead before coming to the school. Appointments are appreciated.

          The recommended cleaning protocols remain in place at MHA.  During the school year a full-time cleaner will be working each school day.   In addition, please note the following:

          • Hand sanitizer will be placed at the entrance of each classroom
          • Students will be encouraged to use hand sanitizer when entering and exiting each classroom
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          • Lockers will not be assigned to any student; each student will need to use their own books and school related items.  Students will need to carry these items with them.  No lockers will also help promote physical distancing.

          Additional programming updates include self-contained lower school classrooms.  Due to the COVID-19 related risks of choir, it will not be offered during this school year.  Options to continue offering some music related programming will be explored.  We are in the process of exploring options for school events for this fall.

          Here are some important upcoming dates:

          • August 6 – Registration – watch for further communication on an alternate registration plan
          • August 17, 8:00 am – First Day of School

          Just a reminder, payment plans begin in July for the upcoming year. Payment plans are in the process of being finalized in FACTS and should be completed in the next couple of weeks. If you do not see by an email by July 1st, please contact Jocelyn Aalborg, VP of Finance, at 303.607.4912 or [email protected].

          Teacher assignments for the 2020-2021 school year:


          • Preschool – Mrs. Werner
          • Kindergarten – Mrs. A
          • 1st Grade – Ms. Kate
          • 2nd Grade – Mrs. Gleason
          • 3rd Grade – Ms. Yuros
          • 4th Grade – Mrs. Francis
          • 5th Grade – Mrs. Clark


          • 6th Grade – TBD
          • 7th Grade – Mrs. Hernandez, English & Science
          • 8th Grade – Mr. Weber, Social Studies & Bible Teacher


          • Freshmen – Mr. Tull
          • Sophomores – Mrs. Berg/Mr. Howard
          • Juniors – Mrs. Eno
          • Seniors – Mrs. Venteicher
          • SA – Mrs. Berg/Mr. Howard
          • Yearbook – Mrs. Eno


          • Athletics/PE Teacher – Coach Tull
          • Art – Mrs. Rettler
          • Technology/Maintenance – Mr. Rettler

          OFFICE STAFF

          • Mrs. Feldbush
          • Mrs. Meyers
          • Mrs. Philpott
          • Mrs. Wall


          • VP of Finance & Development – Mrs. Aalborg
          • VP of Academics – Mr. Armstrong
          • VP of Operations, Admissions & Records – Mrs. Rodie
          • Principal – Mrs. Frain

          UPPER SCHOOL CLASS SCHEDULES AND TEXTBOOKS – Stay tuned for more information.

          DRESS CODE —Please look for separate communication next week regarding dress code.

          MHA is still enrolling new students.  If you know of any student or family who might be interested in attending MHA, please let us know!  We would be pleased to invite them to be a part of the MHA family!

          Thank you for sharing your students with the faculty and staff of Mile High Academy.  As always, it is our greatest desire to partner together for the spiritual and academic benefit of each student.

          Jamie Frain, Principal

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