Millville Elementary School

Hello Millville Parents,

We're on the final stretch of the school year! We have some upcoming events and a plan for school items to be dropped off and report cards, personal items to be picked up.


Tuesday, June 2: Preschool Drive-Thru Graduation, 11:30-12:30

Wednesday, June 3: Virtual Kindergarten Graduation, 11:00 AM

Wednesday, June 3: 8th Grade Drive-Thru Graduation, 6:00 PM

Thursday, June 4: Last Day of School Drive-Thru Party, 11:30-12:30. We are celebrating the end of the school year, "social distance style" with a Last day of School Drive-Thru Party. Decorate your car, come for surprises, see your teacher, have lunch and ice cream. Drive-thru anytime between 11:30-12:30


Monday, June 8-Friday, June 12: during this week you can drop off Chromebooks, library books, text books, yearbook orders and any other school items. During this same time you will be able to pick up your child's report card (unless there are outstanding library books). Any personal items left in your child's desk will also be ready for pick up.

Last Day of School

Drive-Thru Party

June 4, 11:30-12:30

Games, snacks, surprises

Come for the party, stay for lunch!

Millville School Update 5/24/20

Hello Millville Parents,

As you are all aware we are experiencing an odd time in our lives; the duration of this time is anyone's guess. As the unknown is a bigger place than the known, schools are considering all possible scenarios for next year. The scenarios include returning to school full time, having staggered start times, alternating attendance days and even starting school with partial grades. Everyone's hope is that we can return to school in August full time, but it remains to be determined.

In order to establish a plan for next school year, we have to wait for guidance from the California Department of Education, California Public Health and Shasta County Public Health regarding what will be required of schools in order to open in August. Once we have concrete and specific recommendations and requirements, we will post them on our website and will begin putting a plan in place to reopen next school year.

I've added some links on this website to articles that cover a variety of recommendations for schools from the Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization, as well as some articles on how schools could look come the new school year and how schools are opening in other countries.

School as we've known it may look different next school year, but please know that Millville School will implement whatever guidelines are required of us with the best interest of our students' health, education and well being as our first priority.

Until we see you again, stay well and stay hopeful.

-Mindy DeSantis


Guidelines from the World Health Organization:

Considerations for school-related measures in the context of COVID-19”.

Guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/schools.html

Article on how schools are reopening around the world:

"Reopening Schools in the Context of COVID-19: Health and Safety Guidelines From Other Countries."

Article on how schools may look different in the new school year:

NPR Article: 9 Ways Schools Will Look Different When (And If) They Reopen -

https://edsource.org/2020/when-california-schools-reopen-gov-newsom-envisages-major-changes-in-how-they-are-run/629084

Google Classroom Links

1st Grade - Mrs. Schroeder's Classroom

1st Grade - Mrs. Karlgaard's Classroom

2nd Grade - Mrs. Richards' Classroom

3rd Grade - Mrs. Porter's Classroom

3rd/4th Grades - Ms. Bautista's Classroom

4th Grade - Mrs. VanAuken's Classroom

5th Grade - Mrs. Gaddy's Classroom

6th Grade - Mr. Burbank's Classroom

7th Grade - Mr. Thorpe's Classroom

8th Grade - Mr. Hutt's Classroom


Office Hours

During the following times teachers are "in office" and will be available to answer your questions immediately. Otherwise, teachers will respond to questions intermittently throughout the day.


Acosta: 2:00-3:00, MWF, 11:00-12:00, TTh

Garcia: 10:00-12:00, M-F

Schroeder: 8:30-9:30 & 1:30-2:30 MW; 9:00 TF Start Here

Karlgaard: 8:30-9:30 & 4:30-5:30, M-F

Richards: 9:00-9:30 and 2:00-2:30, M-F

Porter: 2:30-3:30, MTTh; 10:30-11:30, WF Start Here

Bautista: 9:00-10:00 & 2:00-3:00, M-F

Van Auken: 9:30-10:00 & 1:30-2:00, M-F

Gaddy: 8:00-8:30, MWF; 10:00-10:30 & 1:00-1:30 T&Th

Burbank: 10:00-10:30 Math 11:30 - 12:00 Reading M-F Afternoon times for one-on-one / small group private tutoring

Thorpe: 8:30-9:30 & 1:30-2:30, M-F; Tutoring in the classroom 10:30-1:00, W

Hutt: 9:00-9:30 & 2:00-2:30 M-F Start Here

Teacher Email Addresses

TK/ETK - Mrs. Acosta cacosta@millvilleschool.net

Kindergarten - Mrs. Garcia hgarcia@millvilleschool.net

1st Grade - Mrs. Schroeder sschroeder@millvilleschool.net

1st Grade - Mrs. Karlgaard kkarlgaard@millvilleschool.net

2nd Grade - Mrs. Richards lrichards@millvilleschool.net

3rd Grade - Mrs. Porter kporter@millvilleschool.net

3rd/4th Grades - Ms. Bautista sbautista@millvilleschool.net

4th Grade - Mrs. VanAuken pvanauken@millvilleschool.net

5th Grade - Mrs. Gaddy agaddy@millvilleschool.net

6th Grade - Mr. Burbank pburbank@millvilleschool.net

7th Grade - Mr. Thorpe sthorpe@millvilleschool.net

8th Grade - Mr. Hutt whutt@millvilleschool.net

New Student Registration

Registration Form Here

Millville School Office Hours

Monday - Friday 7:30AM - 4:30PM

8570 Brookdale Road, Millville, CA 96062

Phone: (530) 547-4471

Landline: (530) 547-7161

Fax: (530) 547-3760

Quick Links:

Latest Edition: March 13th, 2020

Please call the school and ask for either Mr. Mangum or Mr. Roberts if you have any bus related questions.

IPM Plan

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Information

Bullying Policy

California School Dashboard

Teachers use more than just test scores to determine how well a student is doing, because test scores alone don’t tell the whole story. And the same is true for schools – test scores are only part of a bigger picture of school success. That’s why the California School Dashboard contains a range of easy-to-use, color-coded gauges designed to give families a complete picture of a school or district. The Dashboard includes meaningful data on graduation rates, college/career readiness, attendance, English learner progress, suspensions and more. The state has created several videos – translated into Spanish – to help you learn about the Dashboard and how to use it. Find them on the California Department of Education’s YouTube channel!

The Mission of Millville Elementary School is to instill in our students an enthusiasm for learning.

To achieve this we will:

  • Provide our students with a high quality education;
  • Offer all students an introduction to the arts;
  • Foster a positive work ethic;
  • Create an environment of respect for one another, and
  • Spark an attitude of inquiry

...with the intent to guide our students to becoming productive, responsible citizens.

Our purpose is to develop students who are lifelong learners by providing quality, standards-based education through a caring staff, supportive families, and an involved community.

About Millville Elementary School

Founded in 1856, Millville Elementary School District is a firmly established and integral member of the small, rural ranching community of Millville. Located just 15 miles east of Redding, Millville School has a current enrollment of approximately 250 students, kindergarten through 8th grade. Our small school atmosphere allows us to get to know every student and to provide an education that caters to each students’ individual needs.

At Millville School, our purpose is to develop a love of learning in our students by providing a high-quality, standards-based education that is enhanced by arts, music, clubs and sports. We strive to create an educational environment that provides the basis for participation in a democratic society by promoting critical thinking, developing a sense of responsibility and self esteem, encouraging independence of opinion and action, and nurturing respect for others.

Providing a quality and comprehensive education for our students is only achievable through the efforts of our professional and caring staff, supportive families, and an involved community. It is through the combined efforts of our staff and community, on behalf of our students, that Millville School truly is “A Great Place to Learn”.