Miller Elementary School

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School Hours
School begins at 8:20 am every weekday.
School ends at 2:30 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Wednesday dismissal is at 1:30 pm.
Professional Learning Days for Staff (No Classes)
Spring Holiday
Quarter 4 Site Council Meeting 5/2/2023
Quarter 4 Family Engagement Meeting 5/2/23
Last Day for Students
Last Day for Teachers
Independence Day Holiday
New Teacher and Principal Induction
Miller Elementary Info
Mission / Vision
Principal's Message

Dear Miller Families,

Welcome to March! We hope you are all doing well. As you have likely heard, at the end of January and into February, our district experienced a data security incident that impacted some of our systems. Our students continued to have access to the tools they needed to continue learning. Our incredible Miller teachers and staff worked hard to continue providing an excellent education for all students. We appreciate your patience and support as we navigated the system outages.

February was a great month with Parent-Teacher Conferences, Love of Reading week and Rodeo Break! We had some wonderful guest readers who came to Miller during Love of Reading week and were amazed with our beautiful campus and wonderful Miller Mustangs! Please continue to encourage love of reading at home with your children to foster their reading skills.

A friendly reminder that learning begins at 8:20 am every morning and it is important that students are in line prior to that time. It is very challenging for students who are routinely late to adjust and catch up on their morning routines and missed instruction.

Thank you,

Mrs. Aragon


What Makes Us Special
Miller Elementary is committed to maintaining a positive learning community where students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for contributing to a multi-cultural society.

Teachers use arts and technology as tools to help connect with children. The Opening Minds through the Arts (OMA) program incorporates language arts, math, social studies and science into visual and performing arts programs. Every class has access to an interactive electronic response system that teachers can use to gather student opinions and generate discussion topics.

Miller also values parent and community involvement. The school has community representatives who encourage parents to be involved in the school, and families are invited to monthly meetings on topics that relate to their children’s education.