Mill Valley Weekly

Thursday, January 2nd, 2020

Hello Mill Valley Families.


With a new year comes new activities, but also a renewed commitment to those things that made us successful in 2019.


We hope you had a relaxing and joyous winter break with your loved ones.


Thinking Students...Changing the World!


Robin Schrot, Principal

Michelle Plaushines, Interim Associate Principal

FRIDAY PAW PRINT WINNERS

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Mill Valley's Winter Concert - January 23rd, 2020

Performance Times in the Mill Valley Gym

9:30 AM-- All Kindergarten & 1st - 4th grade students will perform. We invite parents of students with last names beginning A-J to attend this performance & ALL kindergarten parents

(kindergarten does not perform in the PM concert)

2:15 PM-- 1st - 4th grade students will perform. We invite parents of students with the last names beginning K-Z to attend this performance.

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HOT! HOT! HOT!

Join us on Wednesday, January 8th at 6:00pm in the Mill Valley Library to kick off a New Year with a PTO meeting!

Come and join the fun. This month’s theme is “Hot! Hot! Hot!” Enjoy themed snacks and wear Hawaiian gear to earn double punches on your loyalty card.


Mill Valley Open Gym -January 17th

Need a place that is warm to let your kids burn off some energy? Join us for a fun filled night of activities in the Mill Valley gymnasium.


CALLING ALL PERFORMERS…

Don’t forget! The Mill Valley Student Talent Show will be held on March 13th! It’s time to get your student thinking about showcasing their talents for friends and family on the big stage! Registration forms will be sent out after the first of the year.

Wolf Tracks: Upcoming Events

Jan. 8th: PTO Meeting, "Hot! Hot! Hot!"

Jan. 17th: Open Gym at Mill Valley

Jan. 23rd: Family Night Out - Matty's


Make sure to check out our PTO Event Calendar for upcoming family friendly events!

Don’t miss out on the FUN!

October Meeting Minutes: Read here

Attendance Matters

Just a few missed days here and there, even if they’re excused absences, can add up to too much lost learning time and put your child behind in school. This is as true in kindergarten as it is in high school. Make a resolution to be on time and in school everyday.


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