Welcome to It Takes A Village!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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DONUTS WITH DR. BERMAN!
Friday, October 18th at 9 AM
The new Mill Valley School District Superintendent, Dr. Kimberly Berman, will be joining the It Takes A Village, SEPTA for a chat with parents, and she’s bringing some delicious donuts! Please come along to a meeting at the District Office (411 Sycamore Ave.) on Friday morning, October 18th to get to know Dr. Berman and her work with the district.
Marin County Office of Education NO BULLY Workshops
Parents in our schools have asked for information on how to best guide our children and them keep them safe, including socially and emotionally, in a digital age dominated by social media. No Bully, a nationally recognized program to prevent bullying and create a positive school climate, will be providing a series of workshops on this important topic. The first event is on October 9, 2019, is for parents of all children of all ages and will focus on NO Bully strategies on supporting and guiding children at home. Subsequent sessions will focus on information specific to elementary, middle and high school age students.
A positive and school climate and healthy and effective discussion between parents and children are essential to keeping our children happy, healthy and safe. We ask that you please share this and encourage participation of the parents in your school communities. Please note that the workshops are free and that simultaneous translation will be provided.
Register for free at https://nobullymcoe.eventbrite.com
Announcing- ITAV Mini-Grants!OPEN TO MVSD GENERAL ED TEACHERS, SPECIAL ED TEACHERS, SLPS, OTS, PSYCHS AND COUNSELORSRolling Application DeadlineITAV will consider all requests for materials, trainings, and curriculum related to MVSD students. This means anything from a professional development opportunity to curriculum to books and materials & supplies. Visit the ITAV Mini-Grant online form for more details and to apply!
Upcoming Events2019-20 PTA PARENT ED SPEAKER SERIES PARENT ED NIGHT INFORMATION:Teens, Tweens, Technology & Mental Health
Common Sense Media
Oct. 10th, 7 pm - 8:30 pm, Mill Valley Middle SchoolWith a focus on what Common Sense's latest research can tell us about how screens affect sleep, anxiety, depression, body image, vaping, and more, this presentation, developed with support from the Child Mind Institute, will provide parents with practical tips, signs to watch for, and a better understanding of how to help kids take charge of their own digital well-being.For More Information Contact - Jenny Wong, Mobile: 415-246-6556
FRIDAY PARENT COFFEE DATES, 9am - 11am:
- Tennessee Valley Hike. Meet at the trailhead at 8:45 AM.
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