Mill Valley Weekly

Thursday, May 21st, 2020

A message from Mrs. Harris.

Click the picture below to hear a message.

Summer Learning Academy Update

An update regarding Summer Learning Academy was sent via Infinite Campus on Tuesday, May 19th. Please be sure to click on this letter for important details.

Parent Resources

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.

A Message from our District Nurse

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, MNS is aware that you may have difficulty obtaining an appointment with your healthcare provider to obtain necessary immunizations for your student. We anticipate the Wisconsin Department of Health Services will provide additional immunization guidance for the 2020-2021 school year. The current immunization laws remain in effect until such guidance is provided. Please see the Family Immunization Guidance for 2020-2021 for more information:

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 ( to enroll your child today! If you have any questions, or would like to receive further information, contact Champions’ Area Manager, Sam Kwasniewicz, (

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).

Online Specials ~ ART, MUSIC & PHY ED for the week of May 26th - 29th

Human Growth & Development

Click HERE for important information regarding our Human Growth & Development curriculum.

Enjoy a Daily Read Aloud!

Each week, Mill Valley teachers and staff will be sharing a new read aloud book every day for you to enjoy at home. We miss you and happy reading!

Click on the picture below.

Library Book Return & Checkout Information

You may now check out books from your Mill Valley Library!

HERE are the details on how to do it.

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Support Locally and Give Back

Come support one of our favorite local establishments, Alpine Lanes in Muskego, for lunch or dinner on Tuesday, May 26th from 11am-9pm.

This offer is good for carry out (pick-up) or dining in! What an amazing opportunity to support our community and our school. A portion of all proceeds will go towards funding future events at Mill Valley. PLEASE print off the flyer, (the picture to the right), or make sure to grab one at Alpine Lanes to ensure Mill Valley gets the funds.

4th Grade Recognition

Although none of us could have known how this year would end, we could not be more proud of our graduating 4th graders. We want to make every effort to ensure these unusual times are still special for them.

All 4th grade students will be receiving a goody bag from PTO, along with one more special surprise!

Muskego Food Pantry needs MV's HELP!

Items in need...canned meat, tomato sauce.

Drop off locations...

  • Pick N Save
  • Piggly Wiggly
  • Muskego Food Pantry on Thursday, 8:30am - 5:30pm.

In addition, Muskego Food Pantry has bakery items, pies, cakes, buns, various breads, donuts, various dry items along with milk most of the time. 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, (closed on Memorial Day).

S.81 W.19150 Apollo Dr in Muskego.



Mill Valley PTO is NOW registered for Amazon Smile!

Click on the link to start donating:

Support your Mill Valley PTO by shopping at

Muskego Youth Football Registration

Online registration is now open at 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.

Are you moving?

If you are planning on moving out of the Muskego area, please contact the office at 262-971-1830 to let us know, as we are beginning to construct class lists for the 2020-2021 school year.

New to Muskego?

If you know anyone moving into the Muskego Norway School District and planning to attend school in the 2020-2021 school year, please let them know to REGISTER HERE online to get things started.

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 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.