Millville Elementary School

A GREAT PLACE TO LEARN

Daily Announcements

Thursday, November 8th

2018

Our lunch menu for today is tuna salad sandwiches, salad bar and fruit.

Girls’ basketball has practice today after school. Boys A team also has practice today from 3:30-4:30. Players waiting for practice to start must report to After School Care until your coach comes to fetch you. Boys in grades 5-8 can still pick up an athletic packet to play basketball for Millville.

Principal’s Math Challenge is also today. Students ready to take the challenge please come to the library at the second bell of the first recess.

The Million Word Club next goal is 500,000 words read by January 11.

There is no school tomorrow as it is a Professional Development Day and there is no school on Monday as we celebrate Veterans’ Day, so enjoy your four day weekend. Next week is Conference Week and every day is a minimum day.

We had many nominees for student of the month including Hope Bollinger, Troy Guiducci, Chloe Caddell, Wyatt Grace, Kinley Wilson, and Bailey Jackson, though each of these students is deserving only one can be selected. The student that was selected as Student of the Month “demonstrates great responsibility in the classroom”, “takes pride in all of her work”, “is a friend to each of her classmates” and always works to the best of her ability”. Our student of the Month for October is in 4th grade and is in Mrs. Van Auken’s class and is Chloe Caddell. Congratulations, Chloe! Chloe will receive hot chocolate or popsicles for a month, four homework passes and recognition on the Student of the Month board and the newsletter.

Happy Birthday to Aurora Crump and Elizabeth Robertson tomorrow and Desi Curren, Bailey Wusstig and Rocky Ericsson on Saturday.

Have a great weekend!



Coming Events

Staff Development Day

Friday, November 9th, 2018

No School


Veterans Day

Monday, November 12th, 2018

No School


Cookie Dough Delivery

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

9:00 AM in the Gym


Conference Week

November 13th-16th, 2018

Minimum Day All Week


Picture Make-Up Day

Thursday, November 15th, 2018


Living History Day

Friday, November 16th, 2018

Parents, sign up for the Thanksgiving Lunch here!


Thanksgiving Break

November 19th-23rd, 2018

No School

Millville School Office Hours

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

8570 Brookdale Road, Millville, CA 96062

P: (530) 547-4471 | F: (530) 547-3760

Latest Edition: November 8th, 2018

Bus Routes:

Please read as both bus routes and several bus stops have changed!

Oak Run/Whitmore

Palo Cedro/Shingletown

IPM Plan


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”.