- Malibu High
Back to School Night 2021
Dear Malibu High School Families,
Welcome to Virtual Back to School Night for the 2021-2022 school year!
Back to School Night is traditionally our opportunity to share our expectations of your student and for you to know what to expect from us as partners in your students' learning. Although we wish we were all on campus, walking from room to room, experiencing a day in the life of your students, we are unable to do so at this time. We have asked our teachers to recreate their Back To School Night presentations virtually.
CLASSROOM VISITS: Teacher videos have been created and compiled on the link below. Teachers are introducing themselves and sharing expectations for students and ways parents can be of support.
We are proud of the work we do here at Malibu High School and hope you will recognize in these videos the hard work and enthusiasm our teachers are putting in to ensure a positive opening of the school year.
Attached, you will find a spreadsheet with all teachers listed in alphabetical order. In addition, next to the teacher’s name, you will see the class they teach each period. When convenient for you, you may follow your child’s schedule and click through each of their classes to learn more about their classes.
PROGRAM PARTNER PRESENTATIONS:
We are so thankful we were able to do our traditional in-person Get Your Stuff Days in August. Back to School Night is another opportunity for our program partners to share who they are and what they do to support our students and families. They too have prepared videos this year which are included at the top of the spreadsheet.
Additionally to learn more about the various groups, please click the links below:
The Shark Fund, the umbrella fundraising organization for MMS and MHS
Malibu Middle and Malibu High PTSA
Athletics Booster Club
City of Malibu, Community Services
Boys and Girls Club of Malibu, Teen Center and Wellness Center
We appreciate your ongoing patience, support, and active involvement during another unique school year.
Patrick Miller, Principal