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Board Highlights for April 4, 2017

Board Highlights for April 4, 2017

Items of interest to the public include:

NEW National School Lunch Program applications now ONLINE

The Millbrae School District is proud to annouce that we will be accepting applications for the National School Lunch Program (NLSP) ONLINE. Please visit our web page at  to fill out the form.

2017 -2018 Registration Information
LCAP Mid Year Review Parent Survey
Good Afternoon Millbrae School District Families, We are in the process of reviewing our district 2016-17 LCAP and preparing an updated LCAP for next year. We need your input for our overall district goals, actions and services. Your opinions are important to us and we value all your perspectives. Please go to the link below and complete the parent survey. It should take around 10 minutes or so to complete and your responses will help guide the development of our district LCAP. We need your responses by Tuesday, March 14, 2017. Every response counts, so please participate!
Walk A Thon Update and Thank You

Dear Millbrae Families,

On behalf of Millbrae Elementary School District, THANK YOU to all of our donors, volunteers and sponsors who made this year’s MEF WALK-A-THON our best and biggest ever!

Thanks to all of your generous support and participation, our WALK-A-THON has raised $94,000

Superintendent's E-Update/ Happy Holidays 2016!

Superintendent’s December 2016 Holiday E-Message

2016-2017 LCAP Plan Approved

The Millbrae School District is proud to announce that the Millbrae Board of Education and the San Mateo County Office of Education have both approved the District's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP and accompaning multi-year budgets are due to the County Office of Education for approval by June 30th. Basically, the LCAP is a plan that describes how a school district will meet the eight priorities identified by the State: For more information see our LCAP page HERE

Annual Accounting of Developer Fees 2015-2016

Government Code Sections 66001(d) and 66006(b) require this District to make an annual accounting of the Fund.  Further, require that the annual accounting of the Fund and those findings be made available to the public no later than December 15, 2016, that this information be reviewed by this Board at its next regularly scheduled board meeting held no earlier than 15 days after they become available to the public, and that notice of the time and place of this meeting (as well as the address at which this information may be reviewed) be mailed at least 15 days prior to this meeting to anyone who has requested it.  

Draft copy /userfiles/270/my files/resolution on developer fees 2015-16.pdf?id=2219

Board Highlights for Nov. 15, 2016

Items of interest to the public include:

  • Superintendent Update Power Point HERE
  • Chief Business Official CBO Update Power Point HERE
  • Director of Special Education MTSS Update Power Point HERE
  • Board Approves Proposal for Services from TBWB, Financial Strategist, and Godbe Research for future Parcel Tax.

    The agenda and supporting documents for all meetings are posted on the district website HERE.

Board Highlights for Nov. 1, 2016

Items of interest to the public include:

  • Spring Valley School Spotlight - Power Point HERE
  • Parcel Tax Initiative - Presentation by TBWB Strategies, Inc and Godbe Research Power Point HERE
Oct. 18, 2016 School Board Meeting Highlights

Oct. 18, 2016 Agenda HERE

Oct. 18, 2016 School Board Meeting Highlights 


Millbrae School District Secures Credit Rating Upgrade; Refinances Existing Bonds to Reduce Taxpayers’ Bills

This past July, the Millbrae School District sold $8.72 million of refunding general obligation bonds, in order to generate savings for taxpayers.  The financing will closed on
August 11, 2016.

Due to historically low interest rates in the municipal bond market, combined with high investor demand for the District’s bonds, the refinancing resulted in savings greater than expected. Investor reception was further helped by a credit upgrade from Moody’s Investors Service to “Aa1”, meaning the District is just one notch below the top of the rating scale. 

Superintendent's Statement on recent Press Release

The District learned of the arrest of one of its employees.  We take the allegations very seriously and we are cooperating with law enforcement in their investigation. The employee has been placed on administrative leave, pending further investigation. 

Millbrae Education Foundation’s Double Donation Days Challenge (Sept. 14th and 15th)

Dear Millbrae Educational Community,

Join me in kicking off Millbrae Education Foundation’s Double Donation Days Challenge this September 14th and 15th!

Please make your school-year contribution during those days or online at by September 15th to continue and enhance supplemental programs that Millbrae School District is able to provide for ALL students.  Currently, MEF funds:

A Message from the Superintendent Regarding Water Quality Testing

Dear Millbrae School District Community,


I am delighted to welcome you back for the start of another wonderful year! I would like to provide a brief update regarding an essential service to our school facilities.

Welcome to the Millbrae Family!

Richard Champion as our new Chief Business Official (CBO)! Richard  joins us with experience as a Corporate Controller, Vice President, Tax Practitioner and business owner; He has served in an advisory and direct executive in all operational, administrative, and financial roles on multiple public and private projects over the past 25 years.  Richard has obtained his Chief Business Official Certificated through the University of California, Riverside as well as served in an internship with Gilroy and Morgan Hill Unified School District.

We are Hiring for the 2016-2017 School Year

Join our Dynamic Team
We are Hiring for the 2016-2017 School Year

Link to APPLY for all Jobs HERE


We still NEED $98,000 to continue our current Music and Technology Programs!

Dear Millbrae Educational Community,

Thank you for donations and support to our students! We made some gains toward our goal of $343,000 last week….

To date, we have raised $245,000 - We still NEED $98,000 to continue our current Music and Technology Programs!

To date - We still NEED $103,000 to continue our current Music and Technology Programs!

Dear Millbrae School District Community,

To date - We still NEED $103,000 to continue our current Music and Technology Programs!

I am reaching out to you because our students need you to support to the Millbrae Education Foundation (MEF) in order to continue our current supplemental programs for the 2016-2017 School Year. 

There's still time to reach our $400,000 goal for better education in 2016-17...but not much! The amount raised by June 30, 2016, is the contribution MEF will make to Millbrae School District.

"Help Keep Music and Technology in our Schools!"

Help our schools win money during Silicon Valley Gives on May 3, and celebrate from 11am-11pm all over the city during Millbrae Night Out!


Donations made on May 3 qualify our schools for grants and prizes from Silicon Valley Gives. Plus, we’ll celebrate our community’s support for better education during Millbrae Night Out at nine locations around the city!   Click HERE for more information

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