Millville Elementary School
Thursday, January 23rd, 2020
Our lunch menu for today is pepperoni pizza.
Principal’s Math Challenge is today. Students ready to take the challenge please come to the library after the second bell of the first recess.
Girls Helping Girls will meet today at 11:20.
The 8th grade class will be selling hot chocolate today for only fifty cents a cup.
Today is Spirit Day and students wearing blue and gold will get a spirit ticket which can be redeemed for prizes at the student store later this month and the class with the highest percentage of students wearing blue and gold will receive the Spirit Banner, a longer recess one day next week and Millie the beloved Millville roadrunner
Kindness Ambassadors who will be helping with activities next week during the Great Kindness Challenge please meet with Mrs. DeSantis today at lunchtime. We have a lot of planning to do!
The deadline for the Million Word Club’s second goal of 500,000 words is on Monday, January 27. Those students who have read 500,000 words by Monday will partake in an afternoon of reading and snacks later in the week.
Happy birthday to Bailey Jackson and Ryder Smith today and Nika Burchfield tomorrow.
Have a great weekend!
Students who show exemplary attendance in the month of January will receive a morning treat on the first school Friday in February. Remember, attendance matters!
Absences in the early grades add up. How can parents help? https://ctt.ec/LP0f1+
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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
Latest Edition: January 10th, 2020
Please call the school and ask for either Mr. Mangum or Mr. Roberts if you have any bus related questions.
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”.