Mill Valley Weekly

Thursday, October 31st

Hello Mill Valley Families,


We would like to thank all of you who helped to make our first ever GLOW RUN & GALA a success! We raised a total of $15,667. A special THANK YOU to our incredible PTO and our parent volunteers involved in this event. Click on the picture below to see all of the fun we had!


In next week's Mill Valley Weekly, we will feature some of our amazing costumes from the parade today.


Thinking Students...Changing the World!


Robin Schrot, Principal

Allyce Harris, Associate Principal

A message from PTO...

Thank you to everyone who made our first “Let’s Glow Run & Gala” a success! We had over 400 runners join in the fun! Families donated over $15,000 which amounted to about $10,000 that goes directly to support the programs that the PTO puts on for our students, families, and staff!

Congratulations to Ms. Weyhrich’s classroom for receiving the most donations and WINNING an Ice Cream Sundae party with Mrs. Schrot and Mrs. Harris.

Also, congratulations to Jacob Dunn, Charlie Hoormann and Colton Konkel who raised over $500 in donations. They will be receiving a ride to school with a friend and breakfast at McDonald’s with Officer Nowicki.

Our RAFFLE WINNER at the Gala was Elaina Stfeanovich. Elaina will receive a $50 gift card to go shopping with Mrs. Schrot.

Friday Paw Print Winners

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Mill Valley Community Garden

Our vegetable donation total this year was 263 lbs! Our Mill Valley Community Garden was a big success due to the donations from: Durham Hill, Thrivent Financial, Taher Food Service, MV PTO and Langes Country Market. We are especially thankful for the hard work of our families and staff members who helped clean out and prepare the garden boxes for planting. As well as the families that cared for our garden over the summer and the volunteers who drove our harvest to the food pantry! Click on the picture to see a short video.

Veterans Day Assembly on 11/11

On Monday, November 11th, 2019, Mill Valley staff and students will be honoring our Veterans in a special assembly (2:45pm – 3:30pm). Veterans and their families are invited to attend this special event.

If you are a Veteran or know of a Veteran in the family who is able to attend, please fill out THIS FORM and return to the Mill Valley Office by Thursday, November 7th.


WALL OF HONOR - photos are due by Wednesday, Nov. 6th.
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Mill Valley gives back - "Cans & Coins"


Mill Valley GIVES BACK next week with “Cans and Coins” because we care!

HERE"S how it works!
November 4th-8th our students are encouraged to bring in coins for our “Coin Drive” and canned foods to donate to our local food pantry to provide for families in need. All donations go towards helping fellow MV families who need extra assistance.
Open your hearts and help show our students the importance of giving back to our community.

We are looking for volunteers to help make this another successful event.

Please sign up HERE.


The classroom who collects the most coin donations AND the classroom who collects the most canned foods will WIN a PIZZA PARTY sponsored by PTO!

bingo night ~ Friday, November 15th

Please join us on Friday, November 15th from 6:30-7:30pm for a fun family night of BINGO hosted by our own Mrs. Burgard. This has been a fun event for many years, and we are pleased to have the Burgard’s back again this year to host. Bring your left-over trick-or- treat candy bars to play a special round of “Candy Bar Bingo!”

wolf tracks: upcoming events

11/4-8 “Cans and Coins” Mill Valley Gives Back

11/11 Marcus Movie Ticket Sales Kickoff

11/13 The NEXT PTO Meeting from 6-7pm in the MV library. Wear your Packer gear and enjoy tailgating snacks while earning double punches for our November themed meeting, ”TOUCHDOWN!” P.S. FREE babysitting is available during the meeting.

11/15 BINGO Night 6:30-7:30pm

Move, Rock, Play & Make Noise with POUND!

Find out more HERE about this after school program.

Dismissal Reminders....

Dismissal time is 3:45pm. Please send your student with a yellow note if there is a change in their normal dismissal plan. If there is a last minute change, please call the office at 262-971-1830 no later than 3:00pm. Notes are distributed to the teacher's classroom at the end of the day to ensure every student goes home correctly.

Health Room Request...



We are in need of boys pants size 4 to 8.

Thank you for your donations.

Cold Weather is Upon Us

Please make sure your child is wearing everything they need to keep them warm at recess.


  • Winter coat

  • Hat

  • Gloves

  • Snow pants

  • Snow boots


Students who do not wear snow pants AND snow boots during recess will be allowed on the blacktop area only.


It is always a good idea to pack extra socks and gloves. They tend to get wet from the first recess and it’s nice to have a warm pair for second recess.


Please remember, unless the temperature or wind chill drops below zero degrees, students will enjoy two recesses each day.

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