Mill Valley Weekly

Thursday, October 3rd

Hello Mill Valley Families,

Earlier this week, we enjoyed handing out our All School Red T-shirts (provided by PTO) to all of our new Mill Valley students and staff. Let's all show our SCHOOL PRIDE and wear our Red Respectful, Responsible and Kind shirts this Friday!

Starting next week, our School Resource Officer, Officer Nowicki, will be greeting our students walking in to school on Mondays. Officer Nowicki will also be in our lunchroom on Thursday's talking with and getting to know our students. We are so appreciative of our partnership with the Muskego Police Department in keeping our school and students safe. Having Officer Nowicki here at our school helps to teach our students that police officers can be our friends and they are there to help us.

Golden Awards have begun! We had our first all school assembly where we recognized classes for following the Mill Valley expectations. We also introduced a very special member of our Mill Valley family...Warrior Wolf! Check out the pictures below.

This past month we had 907 paw prints given out to our students to reinforce the positive behaviors that they are exhibiting throughout the school. Way to go!!

Thinking Students...Changing the World!

Robin Schrot, Principal

Allyce Harris, Associate Principal

Golden Awards & Warrior Wolf!

Friday Paw Print Winners

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Save the Date...Parent/Teacher Conferences

Wednesday, October 16th from 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Thursday, October 24th from 4:00pm - 8:00pm

You will be receiving an email with a signup genius link from your student's teacher early next week.

Picture Re-Take Day

Tuesday, October 8th

9:00am - 11:00am

Pictures will be taken of those students who did not have theirs taken at Welcome Back to School Night on Aug. 28th.

If you want your student's picture re-taken, please send back the original on Tuesday, Oct. 8th. Order forms will be sent home that day.

Attendance Matters

Did you know that as of October 1st, 94.5% of our students at Mill Valley Elementary have not been tardy to school or class?

Rough mornings? Please know that the student services team at Mill Valley Elementary can assist you in establishing morning routines that work for everyone. Please contact or

Next PTO Meeting - Oct. 9th, Bring a Friend

Scholastic Book Fair

When: October 15, 16, & 17th

Where: Mill Valley WOLF DEN

More details HERE!

Volunteers needed...Sign Up HERE.

Let's GLOW Run & Gala - KICKOFF!

On Tuesday, we launched the registration and donation drive for our first “LET’S GLOW” RUN+GALA! It promises to not only be the BIGGEST and BEST event of the year but is also our main fundraiser to support all the fun activities we get to do for the students and staff at Mill Valley. Registration and additional information were sent home on Tuesday with your MV student.

Click HERE:

GLITTER Spirit Wear

It’s HERE!!! The much-anticipated GLITTER Spirit Wear store is NOW OPEN! Shop HERE:

Glitter not your thing? Don’t worry you can still shop our other Spirit Wear! Including some recently added items! Shop HERE:

Shopping CLOSES October 13th!

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Scholastic Box Tops

We have NEW information about collecting BOX TOPS!

Read more about the changes HERE.

Thank you Miss Ellerson's class for harvesting!

Total amount of donation weighed...15 lbs!

Internet Safety Tips for Parents

Read more HERE.
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Parenting the Love & Logic Way

Please join us for our Parenting the Love and Logic way six-session class! Parents who want to raise self-confident, motivated children who are ready for the real world are encouraged to sign up. There is no age limit for who can benefit as these techniques can be for students K-12th grade. Classes will be held at the Educational Services Center every Tuesday, not including Thanksgiving, for six weeks starting on October 22nd. Lite dinner will be served every night and the cost is $25/person. If you are interested, please sign up HERE or email Deanna Welsh ( with any questions. Scholarships are available upon request.

Topics that will be discussed include:

  • Putting an End to Arguing, Back Talk, and Begging

  • Teaching Responsibility Without Losing Their Love

  • Setting Limits Without Waging War

  • Avoiding Power Struggles

  • Guiding Kids to Own and Solve Their problems

  • Teaching Kids to Complete Chores… Without Reminders and Without Pay

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