• Volunteering for the Community Financial Advisory Committee (CFAC)


    Interested in becoming a CFAC member? Please view the application and information.


    The Superintendent appoints all Committee members. The Superintendent will solicit recommendations for members from the business community and others within the District. The application for applying to openings on CFAC will be poisted on the District website. The Committee elects its own CFAC Chair. The Committee will be composed of members who have skills, knowledge and experience in financial matters, particularly budgets, policy-making or financial planning. Each member must be a resident of and registered voter within the Mill Valley School District and be willing to serve a two-year term. To encourage greater participation and involvement in our schools by the broader Mill Valley community, the CFAC will be comprised of:


    • Four (4) citizens from the community-at-large, including, but not limited to, those involved in neighborhood associations, realty, business community, environmental, political and sports organziations.


    • Three (3) representatives from the parent community, one from the K-5 level and one from the Middle School.


    • The Board Chair of the Mill Valley School Community Foundation (Kiddo!), or another qualified Board member nominated by the Foundation.


    • An educator or former member of a School Board, not currently employed by the School District.


    Committee meetings are held approximately once per month (with special meetings as needed). Members will serve a two-year term. All Members serve at the pleasure of the Superintendent and terms may be lengthened or shortened accordingly. The Assistant Superintendent of Business Services will serve as the Mill Valley School District staff resource to CFAC, providing information, analysis and advice to the Committee as necessary. It is the Superintendent's expectation that CFAC Members will be willng to lend assistance to the Assistant Superintendent of Business Services, by creating working subcommittees, as needed.

Last Modified on January 25, 2022