Mills Moments

Friday, May 26th, 2022

Trojan Families,

This school year we remained strong and brave in the midst of a pandemic by demonstrating diligence, motivation, and determination to work to the best of our ability to learn new instruction and finish this school with much to celebrate. We need to remember all the wonderful things that happened with a year filled with new learning experiences and friendships.


We have learned to be responsible, empathetic, and safe by issuing a large number of Trojan Tickets. At John Mills School we all work together. We stand up for ourselves and others and work hard, use kind words and have self-control. We will continue to live by the Golden Rule, “treat others the way you would want to be treated.” Ms. Gomez and I are proud of you and confident you will be leaders of the future.


Many thanks to the John Mills School staff who dedicate themselves day after day teaching new educational concepts and strategies, as well as kindness and respect.


A shout-out goes out to parents and guardians, who support the school leadership, teachers, and staff. John Mills School is a special place because of the partnership between home and school.


Report Cards are live for viewing! Here are instructions on accessing report cards:

Written instructions

YouTube Video


Returning Student Registration: Please be sure you have parent portal established with PowerSchool to register your student for the upcoming school year as well as receive important information whether sent via text or email. Instructions and Video here.


Please have a safe and enjoyable summer and read every day. Onward Trojans!


With Trojan Pride,

Mr. Frank Kuzniewski and Ms. Natalia Gomez
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Newcomer Trojans! Thank you Ms Arroyo and Ms Ciezkowska!

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Mrs Alanis' first grade class on the last day!

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Third graders visiting Mayor Saviano!

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5th graders enjoying Kona Ice!

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  • Registration for full and half day kindergarten is open.
  • To register, students must be 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2022.
  • Any homeless child shall be immediately admitted to District 401, even if the child or child's parent/guardian is unable to produce records normally required to establish residency. District 401's liaison for homeless children is Director of Student Services, Dr. Kari Smith. You can contact Dr. Smith by sending an email to: smithk@epcusd401.org

CONSTRUCTION UPDATES CAN BE FOUND HERE. CHECK BACK OFTEN TO SEE HOW WE ARE 'BUILDING A BRIGHTER FUTURE'.