COVID-19 Reporting, Testing and FAQ

Reporting Positive COVID Cases
 
Due to the overwhelming number of phone calls and emails for COVID case reporting, we want to ensure a streamlined process of information and data collection. This will also be a way for us to respond much more efficiently and effectively to our students and families.
Please use the following form to notify MCHS of a MCHS student positive case:
 
 
Submitting Negative COVID Tests
 
MBUSD Over the Counter At-Home Antigen Self-Test Attestation Form: For any student that is quarantined and takes an at-home antigen test upon return, please submit the results of your negative test HERE.
 

On Site COVID Testing

To streamline the influx of people coming for COVID testing, they will now be required to sign up for an appointment.

COVID testing is available every Monday and Wednesday, on campus, for students and staff. 

 

Step 1: YOU MUST have registered at least once in the system before you can test. You may register for testing HERE

  • If you are not receiving your test results within 48 hours, you may need to re-register so the system updates. Use the link above to update your information.

Step 2: YOU MUST make an appointment HERE

 
If a student or staff member is symptomatic or has been exposed to someone with a positive diagnosis, they should seek testing from an off-site provider. One option to do this is through Beach Cities Health District, where students or staff members can make an appointment using this BCHD COVID-19 Testing Registration Link. (In order to register, students will need their Aeries identification number as well as the email of the parent listed as the student’s first parent contact in Aeries, and staff members will need the last 6 digits of their Employee ID number and their District email address ending with mbusd.org.) Other ways to obtain a COVID test include:
 
 
The State of California has obtained at-home rapid antigen test kits for all California students in grades TK through 12. Tests will be distributed to students during their 2nd period class Friday, January 7th. For any student who is not in school on Friday, there will also be a distribution table at the front of school outside the administration building from 2:00-5:00pm on Friday. The kits contain two tests. We ask that families use one test with your student over the weekend to inform attendance on Monday, January 10 and the other to be used next weekend to to inform attendance on Tuesday, January 18 (Monday, January 17 is a federal holiday recognizing Dr. Martin Luther King).
 
FAQ on COVID
 
Please click here.