The Mill Valley School District is comprised of five elementary schools (Edna Maguire, Old Mill School, Park School,…More Strawberry Point School and Tam Valley School) and one middle school (Mill Valley Middle School), with a total enrollment of approximately 2,700 students. Superintendent Paul Johnson oversees the district's operations.
The district is governed by a five-member board of trustees. The trustees are Robin B. Moses, Steven J. Sell, Raoul Wertz, Leslie Wachtel and Bob Jacobs. The board meets twice a month at the district office.
Mill Valley Middle School 425 Sycamore Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 Established in 1972, Mill Valley Middle School is the town's primary middle school and a four-time winner of the…More California Distinguished School Award. Students from all five of the district's elementary schools attend this school. The school mascot is a panther.
Established in 1981, Marin Day Schools is a nonprofit organization that provides early childhood education at two…More campuses in Mill Valley and extended day services at five schools in the Mill Valley School District. It is part of Bright Horizons Family Solutions, a provider of employer-sponsored child care and early education for more than 700 clients in the U.S., Europe and Canada.
Marin Day Schools uses the "World at Their Fingertips" developmental, anti-bias and multicultural curriculum, which is child centered, hands-on, experiential, project-based and fun.
The Mill Valley campus is a project-based program that is community oriented and uses its location near Old Mill Park and the Mill Valley Public Library for field studies and project work.
Tucked into a quiet valley, Tamalpais Valley Elementary School opened in 1952 and is one of six schools in the Mill…More Valley School District. The school has a population of 465 students ranging from kindergarten through fifth grade.
The school encourages parents to be active participants in the life of Tam Valley School. It encourages this through activities like working with the PTA and its many programs and projects; participating in School Site Council activities; supporting the fundraising group KIDDO!; working as a classroom volunteer or attending various community functions.
Each year, the school hosts a book fair, a Halloween parade, a Walk-a-thon and a science night.
Kiddo is the main fundraising organization for the Mill Valley School District. This organization has raised more…More than $16 million to supplement limited school budgets.
The group's board of directors includes teachers, business professionals, community members and parents from each of Mill Valley's six public schools. Originally focused on the arts, Kiddo's mission has expanded over the years to include support for technology, library and classroom aides, innovative teaching programs, and other school district needs.
Marin Day Schools offers Extended Day Services for on-site care for children enrolled in kindergarten through fifth…More grade at five schools in the Mill Valley School District. A wide variety of activities geared to the interests and abilities of elementary school children are provided in safe, nurturing, home-like environments and are combined with homework support with plenty of time for social interaction. The programs operate during the school year and provide full day care during school holidays and closure days. Each campus has hours from 7:30am to 6:30pm.
Established in 1981, Marin Day Schools is a nonprofit organization that also provides early childhood education at two campuses in Mill Valley. It is part of Bright Horizons Family Solutions, a provider of employer-sponsored child care and early education for more than 700 clients in the U.S., Europe and Canada.
The Tamalpais Valley School EDS program accommodates up to 56 students and is overseen by Vicky Shilzony.