Board Meeting Highlights - March 9, 2023
RECOGNITION/PRESENTATION Principal McCord was joined by three stud ents who were invited to share their views on issues that directly affect them. Don Sparks, Magnolia Muse, and Umair Nana addressed Inclusivity, Black History, and the importance of sharing, recognizing, and appreciating all cultures.
Thursday, Mar 16 2023
Family Newsletter - March 15, 2023
leaders of GLOBE (a worldwide science and education program sponsored by NASA) along with producers from the NSTA TV channel filmed Ms. Ferner’s class collecting data in Old Mill Park and searching for microplastics in the water back. IMPORTANT DATES COMING SOON Citizens Bond Oversight Committee - March 23, 2023 Special Board Meeting - March 27, 2023 Spring Break - April 10 - 14, 2023 Regular Board of Trustees Meeting - April 27, 2023 Dear Mill Valley families, I want to thank all of the stakeholders who took time out of their schedules to attend yesterday’s Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) meeting at Strawberry Point Elementary School. Each school site contributed their recognitions on what we are doing well as a school district as well as ideas of what we can do better, and how best to achieve our goals. This is a community group where everyone is welcome, and everyone has a voice. You are all invited to attend the final LCAP meeting of this school year on Tuesday, April 25, 2023. Please see another meeting, CBOC, open to the public regarding the Measure G bond revenues below. We are so grateful for our engaged community. Yours in Education, Kimberly CBOC In accordance with Education Code §§ 15278 through 15282, the Board has established and appointed members to an independent Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (“CBOC”) to inform the public concerning the expenditure of Measure G bond revenues. The CBOC will convene on March 23, 2023, at 9:00 a.m. at 411 Sycamore Ave. This meeting is open to the public. Please see the agenda here . STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES March is National Disability Awareness month and to honor this, It Takes a Village has generously donated books that celebrate neurodiversity to all of our school libraries. Stop by and see your school librarian to check out the titles below, or to get recommendations for other books that cover this topic. Elementary Schools: Fighting for Yes - The Story of Disability Rights Activist Judith Heumann (General) Say Hello (Shyness) Get a Grip Vivy Cohen (Autism) A Walk in the Words (Dyslexia) Listen - How Evelyn Glennie, A Deaf Girl, Changed Percussion (Hearing Impairment) Awesomely Emma (Physical Differences) Moonflower (Depression/Anxiety) In the Blue (Parent Mental Health) A Sky Blue Bench (Physical differences) Middle School: Honestly Elliot (ADHD) Hummingbird (Medical challenges) Wild Oak (Stuttering) Breathe and Count Back from 10 (Physical differences) The Words We Keep (Mental Health) Rolling Warrior (General) They especially encourage you to read books that celebrate the life of renowned Disability Rights Activist Judy Heumann who passed away on March 4, 2023. Below is a little bit of information about Judy from her website : Judy contracted polio in 1949 in Brooklyn, New York, and began to use a wheelchair for her mobility. She was denied the right to attend school because she was considered a "fire hazard" at the age of five. Later in life, Judy was denied her teaching license after passing her oral and written exams, but being failed her medical exam. Judy sued the Board of Education and went on to become the first wheelchair user to become a teacher in the state of New York. Judy was an internationally recognized leader in the disability rights community. She was instrumental in the development and implementation of legislation, such as Section 504, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act, and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities which have been advancing the inclusion of disabled people in the US and around the world and fighting to end discrimination against all those with disabilities. COMMUNITY Marin County Child Abuse and Prevention Council Please join the Marin Families First Forum to be held virtually on April 25, 2023, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Se e attached flyers ( English & Spanish ) for more information and a registration link . The Forum will also be simultaneously broadcast in Spanish. This is a virtual forum to engage the community in shaping how to better support parents and the well-being of kids in Marin County. They want to hear from parents, youth, tribes, and community partners to inform the Marin County Five-Year Child Abuse Prevention Plan . At the event, there will be a brief presentation on what they are learning are the most pressing needs for families across Marin, where there are opportunities for change, and how people can come together as a community to support family well-being. Please register as soon as possible as your voice is so important to this effort! Feel free to also share this invitation with others interested in helping strengthen families throughout our community. Notes to My Middle School Self: A Common Sense Teen Conversation You are invited to attend a live, moderated discussion with members of Common Sense’s Youth Advisory Council on Thursday, March 23, 2023, at 5:00 p.m. Common Sense has just set up its inaugural Youth Advisory Council, composed of a great group of teens recruited from across the country. This live, moderated discussion will feature five members from the council as they discuss the good, the bad, and the realities of what it's like growing up in today's digital world. Learn what advice teens have for their own parents and younger siblings, plus what choices they would make differently if they had it to do all over again. This free event is most appropriate for parents and caregivers of kids in fifth to eighth grades, but all are welcome to join in. This is a live webinar with 50 minutes of conversation and Q&A. We welcome questions submitted during the registration process and during the webinar. It will be recorded, and the link will be shared after the event with those who register. While this is a free event, registration is required.
Thursday, Mar 16 2023
Reminder: Community Stakeholder Input Forum
The Superintendent Search Firm Leadership Associates will be facilitating two community input sessions as one way for members of the Mill Valley community to share their voices in this process. Community Stakeholder Input Forum (1 of 2) Monday, March 13, 2023 at 9:00 a.m. via Zoom Community Stakeholder Input Forum (2 of 2) Monday, March 13, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. in the Middle School Library.
Monday, Mar 13 2023
Family Newsletter - March 8, 2023
IMPORTANT DATES COMING SOON Regular Board of Trustees Meeting - March 9, 2023 Superintendent Search Stakeholder Input Meetings - March 9, 10, & 13, 2023 Spring Break - April 10 - 14, 2023 Regular Board of Trustees Meeting - April 27, 2023 Dear Mill Valley Families, Our next LCAP meeting of the year is scheduled for next Tuesday. Please join us at Strawberry Point at 3:30 for this important district-wide meeting. You may find more information here . We appreciate the important feedback and guidance our students, staff, and community provide. Yours in Education, Kimberly BOARD OF TRUSTEES - SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH The MVSD Board of Trustees is asking for your help in selecting our next superintendent. This is an opportunity for the Board to receive input from students, staff, parents, and community. To ensure this is a collaborative and inclusive process, the Board is providing an anonymous online survey and encourages your participation. The survey is open now and will close on Friday, March 10th, at 4:00 PM. Take the survey now . There is a series of stakeholder meetings scheduled over the next few days with various groups, and you should have received information about this. As part of the series, there will be two community forum meetings that any interested party can attend. See below for details. Community Stakeholder Input Forum (1 of 2) Monday March 13, 2023 at 9:00 a.m. via Zoom . Community Stakeholder Input Forum (2 of 2) Monday March 13, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. MVMS Library. For more information about the process, and the timelines, please visit our website . REGISTRATION Mill Valley School District is currently in the Second Enrollment Period for the 2023-2024 school year. If you have any questions regarding the registration process, please refer to our website and the FAQ pages that answer questions regarding Registration & School Placement , Kindergarten , and Transitional Kindergarten . If you have any questions about the registration process, please feel free to email your inquiries to email@example.com . TECHNOLOGY Trimester 2 is coming to a close, signaling the ⅔ mark of the school year! To close the trimester, families will receive progress reports in grades TK-5 and report cards in grades 6-8. The trimester ends on Friday, March 10. TK-5 Progress Reports for Trimester 2 will be sent home Friday, March 17. Report Cards for grades 6-8 will be available via the Aeries Portal on Monday, March 20, 2023. PARENT EDUCATION The Marin County Office of Education is welcoming New York Times Best Selling Author, Dr. Lisa Damour, for an in-person and virtual event on Wednesday, March 29, from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. This talk will be based on her latest book, The Emotional Lives of Teenagers, and guidance on how parents can understand and support their teenagers through this critical stage of development. To obtain an in-person reservation, please submit your request here . If you would like to attend this event virtually, please complete your registration here . HUMAN RESOURCES COMMUNITY Marin County Child Abuse and Prevention Council – Please share far and wide throughout your school community! Help ensure Marin’s prevention plan continues to be shaped by the voices of the community by spreading the word about Marin’s Families First Forum planned for Apr 25, 2023. Please join the Marin Families First Forum to be held virtually on April 25, 2023, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. See attached flyers ( English & Spanish ) for more information and a registration link. The Forum will also be simultaneously broadcast in Spanish. This is a virtual forum to engage the community in shaping how to better support parents and the well-being of kids in Marin County. They want to hear from parents, youth, tribes, and community partners to inform the Marin County Five-Year Child Abuse Prevention Plan . At the event, there will be a brief presentation on what they are learning are the most pressing needs for families across Marin, where there are opportunities for change, and how we can come together as a community to support family well-being. Please register as soon as possible as your voice is so important to this effort! Feel free to also share this invitation with others interested in helping strengthen families throughout our community.
Thursday, Mar 09 2023
Superintendent Search – Leadership Associates Stakeh...
At the request of the Mill Valley School District Board of Trustees, this is to inform you that a time has been scheduled for members of the community to attend a meeting with consultants from Leadership Associates to provide input about the desired personal and professional qualities anticipated in the incoming superintendent. Your comments will be used in the development of the candidate profile, recruitment process, and reference checking. The consultants will also compile a summary of all comments received during these sessions and share the report with the Board and with the new superintendent. During the community forums, consultants will share an overview of the process, and then ask two primary questions: What are the desirable qualities, characteristics, background, and professional and personal experiences for the next superintendent? What do you see as the strengths of the district and the major challenges facing the district in years ahead? The Community Forums will be held on: Monday, March 13, 2023 at 9:00 a.m. via Zoom Monday, March 13, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. in the Middle School Library. If these times present a conflict, you will still have an opportunity to provide your feedback and responses to these same questions via an anonymous online survey, which can be accessed through our website here .
Thursday, Mar 02 2023
Family Newsletter - March 1, 2023
IMPORTANT DATES COMING SOON Superintendent Search Survey - February 27 - March 10, 2023 Regular Board of Trustees Meeting - March 9, 2023 Spring Break - April 10 - 14, 2023 Regular Board of Trustees Meeting - April 27, 2023 Dear Mill Valley families, On Thursday, February 16, 2023, three of our elementary school principals proudly accepted their 2023 Distinguished Schools Award from State Superintendent Tony Thurmond. The California Distinguished Schools program recognizes schools for their excellent work in one of two categories: closing the achievement gap and achieving exceptional student performance. Elementary schools and middle and high schools are recognized in alternate years; therefore, awardees hold the title for two years. The state measured Academic Performance, English Learner Progress, and Chronic Absenteeism. This award is truly a reflection of our community working together for the betterment of our students. Please join me in celebrating these three schools in their performance. Way to go Edna Maguire, Tam Valley, and Strawberry Point! Yours in Education, Kimberly BOARD OF TRUSTEES - SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH The MVSD Board of Trustees is asking for your help in selecting our next superintendent. This is an opportunity for the Board to receive input from students, staff, parents, and community. To ensure this is a collaborative and inclusive process, the Board is providing an anonymous online survey and encourages your participation. The survey is open now and will close on Friday, March 10, 2023, at 4:00 p.m. Take the survey now . There will also be a series of stakeholder meetings scheduled on March 9th, 10th and 13th, with various groups of staff, students, parents, and community members. Invitations with Zoom links or locations will be sent out electronically on Thursday, March 2nd. For more information about the process, and the timelines, please visit our website . LUNCH UPDATE LunchMaster is accepting lunch orders through the month of March. Please be reminded that orders must be placed ONE WEEK in advance of the date of service.
Thursday, Mar 02 2023
Lunar New Year THANK YOU and Community News
Thank You for Making the PTA Diversity, Equity + Inclusion (DEI) Lunar New Year Amazing!! Our Mill Valley School District families came through with resounding support and enthusiasm for our inaugural district-wide event, L unar New Year, with over 500 people in attendance last Tuesday! It was a truly magical evening shared by our school communities. We look forward to celebrating more cultural traditions in the future that bring us all together while honoring diversity, equity and inclusion in fun, family-centered ways. We would be remiss if we didn’t take the opportunity to recognize the tremendous amount of care, energy and time that went into realizing this phenomenal community celebration, as you can see it truly took many, many individuals across the district: Thank you to all of the MVSD families who showed up to share in the Lion Dance, yummy food, lantern making and red envelopes, show and tell, and community togetherness! Our PTA DEI Committees are deeply grateful for the support of all the Mill Valley School District teachers and administrators , in particular Laura Myers (Director of Curriculum & Instruction)—yes, we noticed you putting in a volunteer shift to nourish the families at LNY (an extra thank you!) in addition to your support of the planning efforts— Lisa Lama r (Tam Valley Principal), Amy Trapp (Tam Valley Administrative Assistant), and Daniel McCord (Edna Maguire Principal). We feel very lucky to be surrounded by an administration that is so supportive of the DEI mission and events! A heartfelt thank you to the PTA DEI Committee Lunar New Year Event Co-Chairs who made this event possible, Stephanie Messervy (Tam Valley) , Marci Furutani (Edna Maguire) and Nhon Nguyen (Old Mill). You did an outstanding job organizing and executing this inaugural district-wide event! Thank you to the Lunar New Year Planning Committee members who stepped up when the call went out to help plan this event not long ago. The amount of creativity, resourcefulness and commitment that each of you brought to this celebration truly ensured its success. Thank you, thank you, thank you to Faith Ng (Edna Maguire), Kien Tran (Tam Valley), Nga Ly (Tam Valley), Jen Widjaja (Tam Valley), Jen Nassiri (Tam Valley), Kathy Gougion (Tam Valley), Elana Niener (Tam Valley PTA President), Christie Edwards (Old Mill), and Anne Sillcocks (Tam Valley) for being the strong parent force behind this spectacular evening! Thank you for the unwavering support of the PTA DEI Chairs across our district including Tammy Herndon (PTA Council DEI Chair), Mary Michael Pringle (MVMS DEI Co-Chair), Natasha Kindergan (MVMS DEI Co-Chair), Daniele Teixeira (Tam Valley DEI Co-Chair), Gabrielle Gaetani (Park DEI Chair), Gabrielle Muse (Edna Maguire DEI Co-Chair), Candace Archer (Edna Maguire DEI Co-Chair), and Heather Matthews (PTA Council President). Thank you to the Lunar New Year Speakers who volunteered to share their own family and holiday traditions with our community. You were the heart of this amazing event— Eloane Donal (Edna Maguire student), Faith Ng (Edna Maguire), Kien Tran (Tam Valley), Nhon Nguyen (Old Mill), and Wenrui Ada Lai (MVMS)! And, thank you Partners in Communication for making this “share and tell” accessible to all by signing (American Sign Language) during the speaker portion of the event. Thank you to the PTA Communications Teams at Tam Valley School, Old Mill School, Park School, Edna Maguire School, Strawberry School, and Mill Valley Middle School for getting the word out about this community-centered, educational and fun celebration—so much so that we outgrew our original venue at Tam Valley School! A special thanks to Sasha Noller (Tam Valley PTA VP Communications) and Cara Porter (Tam Valley IG) who created the communications to raise awareness and engagement as well as coordinated distribution of comms (ParentSquare and social media) across the district PTAs to ensure timely, consistent and accurate messaging. Sincere gratitude to Nancy Bloch (Tam Valley Art Teacher) and Kim Tran (MVMS Art Teacher) for facilitating the sweet and creative rabbit art for the celebration. Tam Valley Kindergarten Art Students and MVMS Art Students put a spotlight on the Year of the Rabbit with their inspired creations that decorated the event, THANK YOU!! And, of course, thank you to KIDDO! for making arts programming possible in our school district. Thank you to the many community partners who contributed to this event—the delicious food and drink from Shanghai Kitchen, VN Noodle & Grill, Ming's, Mamahuhu, Teaspoon, Bahn Mi Zon , and Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory was so appreciated by the MVSD families as well as poster and sign support from WIGT Printing . An awe-filled thank you to Leung's White Crane who brought such immense joy—and hopefully good luck—to the celebration during the lion dance. Watching the children follow and dance along as the lion dancers threaded through the crowd was truly a cherished experience for everyone in attendance. A huge thanks to community support from Mill Valley Recreation Center for opening up your location and accommodating the celebration when community enthusiasm called for a large space to host this event! And, of course, THANK YOU to all the PARENT VOLUNTEERS who volunteered for setting-up, working the event and/or cleaning up after Lunar New Year! The celebration literally would not have happened without you: Quinci Kelly , Andi Sterling, Kathryn Krischer, Sarah Perkins , Hadley Perkins, Heidi McMullen, Natalie Beyer, Cameron Koo, Joy Koo, Michelle Goodyear, Ila Marcheta, Shannon Groff, Kailyn McCracken, Sabrina Lo, Esa Sferra-Bonistalli, Karen Zinn, Courtney DiCarl, Kathy Hwang, Jie Li, Ashley Laputka, Amy Cole, Gary Hayes, Nhi Nguyen, Henry Har, Catherine Lee, Yvette Hernandez, Amaris Vicari , and anyone else who saw a need and stepped in to help! A special thank you to our JUNIOR VOLUNTEERS who helped out with the honored tradition of red envelopes including Hannah Hayes, Athena Hayes , Gavin Hayes , and Finn Hayes (Old Mill students). Finally, joint efforts between the MVSD PTA DEI Committees across the district are a fantastic opportunity to show support for DEI mission. However, PTA DEI Committee efforts go beyond these amazing events to include school-site specific work and district wide initiatives such as assemblies, special community projects, student spotlight submissions, and community building opportunities. If you’re interested in raising the degree of diversity, equity and inclusion at the school-site and/or district-level by joining this important work moving forward, please consider joining one of our school site DEI Committees! Reach out to Tammy Herndon -PTA Council DEI Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org Community News: Families are welcome to attend a Vigil in honor of Tyre Nichols hosted by MVFREE and Heart of the Village this Friday, 5pm at the Depot Plaza in Mill Valley.
Thursday, Feb 09 2023
Family Newsletter - February 8, 2023
Parent Newsletter Regular Board of Trustees Meeting - February 9, 2023 Mid-Winter Break - February 20 - 24, 2023 Regular Board of Trustees Meeting - March 9, 2023 Dear Mill Valley families, This week is National School Counseling week which gives me an opportunity to publicly say “thank you” to our MVSD counseling staff and all they do for our students. School counselors work to maximize student success, promoting access and equity for all students. As vital members of the school leadership team, school counselors create a school culture of success for all. All of the MVSD Counselors support students, families, teachers and staff by providing resources and outreach to our whole community. Our team sent out a newsletter this week which you can find here . I would also like to acknowledge that all of our teachers, aides, custodians, and support staff, play a role in providing social-emotional learning and student support every day. Thank you Mill Valley community for working together to give the best possible educational experience for our students. Yours in Education, Kimberly STUDENT GUEST CONTRIBUTOR Last week Edna Maguire featured an article written by fourth-grade student Magnolia Muse in their weekly newsletter. Students have been invited to contribute to the newsletter throughout the month of February . These words are Magnolia's words and reflect her perspective on Black History in the U.S., viewed through the lens of a student of color at Edna Maguire. I am Magnolia Muse. I’m a fourth grader in Ms.Tran’s class and I’m here to teach you all about Black History. It’s important that people understand about Black History because a lot of people get erased in the history books. Black people helped to build our country and were never given credit. Families were torn apart because slave-owners treated enslaved people like animals and traded them. Families were separated and never got to see each other again. Slavery should have never happened. A lot of our old presidents like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson owned slaves, but no one knows that because everyone thinks they are so great because they won the British war. I think people should know that about them because we can’t just live not knowing how evil Black people were treated, and continue to be treated, throughout U.S. history. I want to teach you about Biddy Mason because it teaches us about how far we can come from being enslaved at birth to becoming a successful businesswoman. Bridgette “Biddy” Mason’s life: Bridgette “Biddy Mason was born into slavery in 1818 without a last name. She was born in Mississippi or Hancock, Georgia. Shortly after birth she was separated from her mother. She got taken in by elder slaves. At a young age she was taught midwifery, herbal medicine, childcare, and livestock skills. She was very valuable to her owner Robert Smith and his wife. In 1851 Robert Smith moved to California where slavery was illegal. Smith earlier had converted to the Mormon religion and had gone to San Bernardino to create a Mormon community. In San Bernardino she met free slaves who told her that she, too, could be free. Later she went to court to be granted her freedom. During the case she and her daughters were held in the county jail because people were afraid Robert Smith would take her to Texas and force her to travel on foot again. In 1865 she was granted her freedom. That year, she moved to Los Angeles and took the last name Mason. In 1866, Biddy bought her first piece of land on Spring street for $250, which is now the heart of downtown L.A. She earned the money from her work in midwifery. From there she continued to buy and sell pieces of land making her one of L.A.’s richest women. At her death she had $3 million. She used her wealth from selling her land to donate to charities and visit prisoners and other acts of kindness. (This is why I love Biddy Mason. She wasn’t born with a silver spoon in her mouth, but she died with one). HEALTH UPDATES COVID-19 Test Kits The District will be distributing another round of take-home test kits to students next Wednesday, ahead of February break, to ensure that everyone has access to at-home kits as needed.
Wednesday, Feb 08 2023
Family Newsletter - February 1, 2023
IMPORTANT DATES COMING SOON Regular Board of Trustees Meeting - February 9, 2023 Mid-Winter Break - February 20 - 24, 2023 Regular Board of Trustees Meeting - March 9, 2023 Dear Mill Valley Families, Last week Edna Maguire had the honor of hosting Marin County’s first elementary school Special Olympics event! Ms. Eshoff’s fourth-grade class was joined by two classes from the Marin County Office of Education to promote kindness and inclusivity. I encourage you to read the article in the Marin Independent Journal that showcased this event. Yours in Education, Kimberly
Thursday, Feb 02 2023
Family Newsletter - January 25, 2023
IMPORTANT DATES COMING SOON Districtwide Lunar New Year Celebration - January 31, 2023 Regular Board of Trustees Meeting - February 9, 2023 Mid-Winter Break - February 20 - 24, 2023 Regular Board of Trustees Meeting - March 9, 2023 Dear Mill Valley Families, Last Friday, Mill Valley Middle School welcomed Congressman Huffman for an eighth-grade assembly and Q & A session. Congressman Huffman graciously answered an assortment of questions from our students that addressed such topics as how he became involved in politics and his inside view on recent House of Representative actions in the news. Due to our students' questions, all in attendance learned some history, caught up on current events, and learned Congressman Huffman’s hopes and vision for the future. These students represent a bright future. Yours in Education, Kimberly PARENT EDUCATION Vigilant Parent Initiative – Protect your Student from Online Dangers The Marin County Office of Education has partnered with the Marin County Sheriff’s Office to offer an important presentation and discussion for parents, guardians, and families focused on helping to keep children safe from online predators. This webinar will be on Wednesday, February 1, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. and will review the basics of some common Social Media apps, and provide attendees information on how to use privacy settings, turn off location services, and engage in effective conversations with children about online dangers. The presentation is appropriate for parents and guardians of elementary, middle school, and high school students. Simultaneous Spanish translation will be provided. Please register to attend this webinar . EDUCATION SERVICES Students in grades K-8 are taking the i-Ready Reading assessments this week during the second diagnostic window. Next week the i-Ready Math window opens. All 6-8 students will participate in the i-Ready Math Diagnostic. All K-5 students will participate in either the i-Ready Math Diagnostic or the Listening to Learn assessment; some students may participate in both. We know our students will work hard to show what they are learning on these assessments! The data from these assessments will continue to inform our Targeted Learning Lab programs at the elementary school level and provide meaningful data across all grade levels to support intervention and progress monitoring for our students. LUNCH UPDATE The February Lunch Menu is now open and available! Please take a moment to sign in to your LunchMaster account and place your February orders today! Please be reminded that all orders require you to order one week in advance. COMMUNITY January 2023 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Update from the City of Mill Valley! The City of Mill Valley puts out a monthly update regarding DEI activities throughout our community. This month, the update includes information about important affordable housing initiatives, classes at the Community Center, book clubs and events at the Library, and the latest on MVPD’s “Bias By Proxy” education campaign. Ever want to see what it takes to become a Firefighter? The Southern Marin Fire Department has a new “Career Track Chart” to show you the steps to get there! So many great things going on – Check it out today! Also – Sign up to receive the eNewsletter directly in your inbox!
Thursday, Jan 26 2023