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  • Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs) are non-profit organizations that advocate for children, build community for families, and fundraise at each school.

    School PTAs

    The PTAs of all five elementary schools and the middle school provide programs and organize events at their site, support teachers and staff, communicate to parents and the community, and increase parent involvement.  In addition, school PTAs fund site-specific needs, including: student enrichment programs across many subjects, essential classroom supplies, library books, student assemblies, parent education, emergency preparation, site beautification, garden programs and more.

  • Pop Up Food Pantry

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    Mill Valley PTAs are supporting a Pop Up Food Pantry every Friday from 11-2 (or until the bags run out) in the drop off lane at Tam High, 700 Miller Ave.  No need to sign up— at least 300 bags of food will be packed and ready to go.  Simply swing by and our volunteers will load you up!  If you can't pick up, please fill out this form by 7:00 PM Thursday and bags will be delivered your door on Friday.

     

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  • The It Takes a Village PTA

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    It Takes A Village (ITAV) promotes the academic success of all students in Mill Valley schools who learn differently through parent education and advocacy.

     

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  • PTA Council

    The mission of the Mill Valley Council of PTAs is to facilitate communication among PTA Units, to unify and strengthen its associations, to exchange ideas and experiences, to serve as a channel of communication with the Mill Valley School District and to advocate collectively for the benefit of the education, health and welfare of children.  

     

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  • PTA Events

    "Race: What is My Work and How Do We Move Forward During this Racial Uprising?" A Session with Deborah McKnight

    October 7th, 6:30 pm

    Please join us along with our neighboring districts in a session on racial equity with Deborah McKnight on October 7th, beginning at 6:30.  This session will examine the deeply personal relationship we all have with race and racism and will include small group conversations with affinity spaces.  This session, sponsored by our PTAs and ITAV,  is limited to 200 people and RSVPs are required.  Please sign up to attend here and you will receive the zoom link 2 days before the session.  If you have questions, please email.

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