Mill Valley Weekly

Thursday, September 26th

Hello Mill Valley Families,


We had a great time getting to know all of our new students over lunch on Wednesday. It's so fun to hear about their previous schools and what they are loving about Mill Valley. We discovered that we have many common interests and can't wait to learn more about each other.


Thanks to everyone who shared their feedback on our Welcome Back to School Night. Many of you found the checklists helpful and felt the event was very well organized. We value your input and will take your comments into consideration when planning next year's event.


Thinking Students...Changing the World!


Robin Schrot, Principal

Allyce Harris, Associate Principal

Friday Paw Print Winners

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Reminder...

No School, Monday, September 30th

Staff Professional Development Day

Attendance Matters

Although most of the research available targets students that are missing 10% of the school year, as Ralph Smith, Executive Vice President of the Annie E. Casey Foundation states, "The reality is an absence is an absence, excused or not, and that child is not in that classroom benefiting from the instruction on that day.”


Parent Flyer from Attendance Works

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Tae Kwon Do After School Program

Yesterday, your child should have brought home information on MV PTO’s partnership with the World Martial Arts Academy in Muskego to offer a special after school tae kwon do program for Mill Valley students. Complete the attached flyer for each student and return with payment to Mill Valley NO later than Tuesday, October 1st.

  • Classes are fun and teach BULLY SAFETY and STRANGER DANGER while emphasizing the habits of Quality Learning, Focus, Discipline, and Respect for parents and teachers.

  • Classes are held from 3:45-4:30 p.m. in the Mill Valley gymnasium on 10/7, 10/9, 10/14, and 10/16. A graduation ceremony will be held at World Martial Arts Academy in Muskego on 10/18.

  • Classes are limited to 50 students and are $30 per student. ALL proceeds go to Mill Valley PTO

REGISTER HERE

Mill Valley Let's GLOW Run & Gala

Are you ready for an unforgettable night? Well, our FIRST ever “Let’s Glow” Run + Gala is quickly approaching on Friday, October 25th. Details and further information are coming home on Tuesday, October 1st! Get ready to start collecting donations because these prizes are AWESOME! That’s right-- start schmoozing up to Grandma NOW! The TOP PRIZE involves everyone’s favorite Police Officer, Officer Nowicki. Stay tuned…

Mill Valley Spirit Wear!!

Grab your MV Spirit Wear before it’s too late! We have recently added a few more options per request! You can NOW get a sling backpack, a tote bag, a t-shirt hoodie, a vest or even a tie dye t-shirt! Don’t forget you can order your child a “den-colored” t-shirt to wear on “Wolf Pack Wednesdays” for ONLY $10!!! SHOP HERE: https://2019mve.itemorder.com/sale

Hump Day Treats

WE NEED YOUR HELP! We are still looking for MV parents to volunteer to provide a “Hump Day” treat for our amazing staff each Wednesday. Any type of “treat” is encouraged including pretzels and dip, fruit tray, cookies, bagels and donuts, sweet stuff, healthy or not, gluten-free, nut-free…ANYTHING goes! Plan to bring enough treats for 70 people and brought to the staff lounge by 9:15am on the designated Wednesday of your choice. Please sign up for “Hump Day” treats for our wonderful MV staff HERE: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040b4da5a82d6-humpday1.


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

Don’t miss out on the FUN!

Approved budget for 2019-2020

Thank you Mr. Ernst's class for harvesting!

Total amount of donation weighed...20 lbs!


Picture Re-Take Day

Tuesday, October 8th

9:00am - 11:00am

SPANISH CLUB STARTS OCTOBER 14th -Don’t miss out!

Studies show that children learn another language easiest when it is practical in their everyday lives or is a topic that’s fun and interesting. This year’s 16-week class Vamos a comer y Vamos con los animales has both! Your child will learn how to order at a restaurant and set the table--all in Spanish! Students will also learn animal related Spanish while “visiting” a pet store, a farm, the zoo, and even the rainforest! – Futura’s interactive, conversational approach will get students speaking “REAL WORLD” Spanish before you know it!

¡Vámonos! Limited space remains on the roster! Register: https://futuraadventures.com/wisconsin-region/

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