Mill Valley Weekly
Thursday, May 28th, 2020
A message from Mrs. Schrot.
Trimester 3 Report Card Update
Save the Date ~ June 9th, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Save the date - PTO will be sponsoring an Ice Cream-To-Go Party!
Tuesday, June 9th, 4-6 PM
***Drive-thru only***All families must remain in their vehicles
All families and students are encouraged to drive thru and pick up a Culvers ice cream token, yearbooks (if ordered), and any final end-of-year items.
Use the map to show traffic pattern.
When you pull up, please have a sign visible in the window with the first and last name and grade of EACH student. Please have the sign visible in the front passenger window. Staff will look at your sign in the car window and will radio to a team in the gym.
If you have items you would like to return to the school such as completed work, books, or other items for teachers these can be dropped off at school at this time.
Place these items in a bag clearly labeled with student names, grade, and teacher name clearly labeled in the trunk of your vehicle.
When the trunk/back of the vehicle is opened, these labeled items will be taken out by a staff member.
Teachers have been invited to stand and wave while families drive through!
Summer Learning Academy Update
Make sure to review the Parent FAQ document frequently where you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions during this time. Updates will be highlighted in blue throughout the upcoming weeks. Along with the Parent FAQ document, our student services staff have created a presentation to provide resources on how to help your children cope with mental health. You will find fact sheets as well as age specific information in the presentation.
Google Meet: NEW Gridview extension
We've heard from some of you about issues with GRIDVIEW on Google Meet lately.
This is the new Gridview extension we are recommending everyone use, including your students.
This is the old Gridview extension we are recommending you uninstall.
Here's how to tell the difference/which one you have:
1) The original/bad "Grid View" extension (4-squares icon) is the one causing the problem.
2) This new/good "Grid View" extension (9-shares icon) is the new one that users should install.
Online Specials ~ ART, MUSIC & PHY ED for the week of June 1st - 5th
Library Book Return & Checkout Information
HERE are the details on how to do it.
We appreciate everyone who has returned their library books. We still have over 3,000 checked out that will need to be returned by June 5th. Overdue notices will be sent out today, which will give parents a list of books their child has checked out.
If Library Wednesdays aren't convenient for you, please feel free to drop them off any day of the week. We will have drop off bins placed inside door #1.
Lost & Found (Click below to see the video of items)
Do you see something that belongs to YOU?
Give the office a call, 262-971-1830, to claim your item.
You can stop by Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 3:00pm.
Muskego Food Pantry needs MV's HELP!
Drop off locations...
- Pick N Save
- Piggly Wiggly
- Muskego Food Pantry on Thursday, 8:30am - 5:30pm.
In addition, the Food Pantry picks up items from Costco, Walmart, Aldi, QuikTrip and Little Ceasers. These items are offered to all who come on Mondays and Fridays from 11:00am until noon.
Mill Valley PTO is NOW registered for Amazon Smile!
Click on the link to start donating: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/38-4122154
Support your Mill Valley PTO by shopping at smile.amazon.com.
Warriors Read ~ The Giving Tree
Students at Muskego High School are continuing their Warriors Read initiative. This week we have Michelle Pan reading The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein.
Muskego Youth Football Registration
Online registration is now open at www.muskegoyouthfootball.com. The online registration portal will guide you through the process and provide additional information on the program and what to expect during the upcoming year.
Muskego Public Library ~ Virtual Summer Reading Program
New to Muskego?
Opportunity for Summer Child Care
Starting May 26, 2020, Champions will be offering a school-age child care program at Bay Lane Elementary. The Champions’ Child Care program will give students a safe space to explore their interests while also following the new health and safety guidelines. As a bonus, space will also be provided for students participating in virtual learning.
Enrollment begins May 18, 2020. In order for the program to run, Champions requires a minimum of fifty (50) families. Program hours and rates can be found here. With seats going fast, visit Champion Child Care’s website (www.discoverchampions.com) to enroll your child today! If you have any questions, or would like to receive further information, contact Champions’ Area Manager, Sam Kwasniewicz, (email@example.com).
Before and After School Child Care for the 2020-2021 School Year
Mill Valley is proud to partner with Champions Before- and After-School to provide flexible on-site programs. Available for all grade levels, Champions gives students a safe space to explore their interests by creating and innovating.
When you sign your child up for Champions, you get a convenient solution for your busy schedule. And they’ll have fun doing things that teach them new skills like:
- Interest-driven curriculum in technology, reading, creative arts, math, and engineering.
- STEM-based learning through problem-solving and collaboration.
- Educational games with friends they see every day.
- Activities that grow social-emotional intelligence and develop character.
- Dedicated time for homework (and help if they need it).
Consider Becoming a Guest Teacher or Paraprofessional
We partner with Teachers on Call to fill our open positions for guest teachers and aides. Apply online at www.teachersoncall.com or call 1-800-713-4439.
- Flexible schedule - work when you want
- Great pay and other perks
- Share your skills and make an impact
- Prior teaching experience not required
Mill Valley Families in Need
We know that families can be experiencing hardships at this time. If you are one of those families, please connect with the school office at 262-971-1830 and we can help find resources for you.