• Facility Master Plan

    Facilities Master Plan Development

     

    On February 2, 2022 the Mill Valley Board of Trustees approved a Facility Master Plan that will guide the development and improvement of district facilities for the next ten years.  At the Board Meeting prior to the plan's approval, the district provided a detailed presentation on the proposed plan, which included a description of the plan development process and initial project lists for each district site.

     

    FACILITY MASTER PLAN

     

    MASTER PLAN PRESENTATION - February 2, 2022

     

    To develop the Facility Master plan, the Board of Trustees and District administration engaged in a thorough process of assessing needs, gathering feedback from stakeholders, and consulting with experts to develop the plan that was ultimately approved by the Board of Trustees. See below for a timeline of the plan development process.

     


    Facilities Needs Assessment

    Prior to the pandemic, the Mill Valley School District carried out a Facility Needs Assessment, an extensive analysis of our school buildings and grounds to ensure the safety of our students and staff on our campuses. 

    • 2019 Facilities Report: Based on information from these processes, the facilities team created a report estimating the age or physical status of each facility item and compared it to its standard lifespan at each school site.  See the report presented to the Board of Trustees in November 2019.
    • 2021 Needs Updates:  Since that time all sites have been visited and inspected in order to update the Facilities Needs Assessment post-pandemic.  The full, updated results were shared at the February 2, 2022 Board Meeting.
    • Although our school sites are functioning well, in order to maintain modern facilities that are ideal for teaching and learning today and into the future, there are many needed repairs and replacements.

     


    Developing Education Specifications

    • Gathering Staff Input: In September, with the assistance of facilities consultants, the district conducted multiple sessions with district staff to gather feedback on how the facilities are currently serving their teaching needs, and how their educational spaces could be improved to support their teaching methods now and in the future. 
    • All information developed and shared at these sessions was organized and synthesized by the facilities consultants to be presented to the Board of Trustees and for use in the development of the final Facility Master Plan.

     


    Student and Community Input

    • Community Survey:  The district conducted a survey that was available to staff, parents and the larger community to gather feedback related to how participants felt that district facilities were currently serving teaching and learning goals, and ideas and suggestions for future projects and improvements.
    • Student Feedback Sessions: At the beginning of October, district leadership and facilities consultants conducted sessions with the 5th grade classes at each elementary school, and with 6th-8th graders at the middle school to hear the student experience with their classrooms and schools, and get their opinions and ideas on how their facilities could be modified or improved to maximize student learning and well-being. 
    • PTA Facilities Meetings: Throughout October, the PTA at each school site hosted an information and feedback session with parents at each district school to discuss the development of the facility master plan, and to gather feedback from parents regarding their facilities project priorities and feelings about district facilities.
    • All information developed and shared through the community survey and the student and PTA sessions was organized and synthesized by the facilities consultants to be presented to the Board of Trustees and for use in the development of the final Facility Master Plan.

     


    Board Facilities Workshop

    On October 20, 2021, the Board received updates on the Facility Master Plan development process and discussed potential funding avenues. The Board heard the following presentations:

     


    Approval of Facility Master Plan 

    The facilities team, using the information gathered during the Facilities Needs Assessments and the feedback gathered from the Education Specifications, student meetings, PTA meetings, and from the Board following the October presentation, developed a set of project recommendations and incorporated those recommendations into a final Facility Master Plan.  The proposed Facility Master Plan was shared with the Board, staff and community at the Board Meeting on February 2, 2022, and was approved by the Board at that meeting.  

     


    Funding the Facility Master Plan 

    In order to keep pace with academic standards and keep local students safe, on February 10, 2022, the MVSD Board of Trustees unanimously voted to place Measure G, a local school improvement bond measure, on the June 2022 ballot that could generate up to $194 million to repair and improve district schools in accordance with the Facility Master Plan.  Learn more about Measure G.

     


  • Facility Master Plan


    Facility Master Plan 2021

     

     

    Plan approved by the Board of Trustees on February 2, 2021

     


  • MVSD Bond Rating

    AAA Bond Rating

     

    Our district is one of only 7 in California to receive AAA bond ratings from both Standard & Poor's and Moody's credit rating agencies.   Learn more


  • Community Updates

    Facilities update sent to the Mill Valley community in January 2022 

     

     

     

    Community Update

    Facilities update sent to the Mill Valley community in November 2021.