A guide to the office staff of Mill Valley
From the main office to the counseling office, the office staff is here to help
Abby Layton, JagWire A&E editor
Counselor Chris Wallace (last names Ro-Z)
"I am [last names] Ro-Z. The primary responsibility we have is working with students to make sure their schedules are set up correctly, making sure they are doing the best they can academically throughout the school year, and helping them with any academic issues or problems they might have."
Counselor Patricia Chandler (last names A-E)
"I deal with last names A-E. I feel like counselors are advocates for the students and a lot of times resources for the teachers as well. [If] students are struggling with classes or personal things we are here to support students with whatever they are dealing with. I am in charge of ACT testing and the master schedule."
Counselor Erin Hayes (last names F-K)
"I am the counselor for students with the last names F-K. I [am in charge of] incoming freshman night. I coordinate all of the college board things, so I do advanced placement, [and] I do all of the AP enrollment and testing. I also do the PSAT for sophomores and juniors. I help with student leadership team."
Attendance secretary Amy Sanders
"I am the attendance secretary. That entails all the kids that are called in sick, or need to leave for an appointment, or come in late. I keep track of where kids are all day."
Secretary Edie Waye
"I am the first person to answer the phone, [and] I do all of the announcements. I am secretary to four principals, thirteen hundred and sixty kids, and their parents. I take their calls and I try to get them to the right place."
Athletic secretary Lynn Bath
"[I am] part of the front desk team for any parents that come in or students that come in, but mostly I work with our [athletic director], and take care of the physicals that kids turn in to play a sport, rosters, officials, things like that."
Counselor Elizabeth Molgren (last names L-Ri)
"I have last names L-Ri. So I work with grades 9-12, specifically regarding academic planning, college planning, and any social needs that come up along the way. The big thing is the student intervention team coordinator. Student ambassadors is something I’m pretty excited about because I’m new and don’t know a lot of you guys yet, [so] I think that’ll be a great way to get to know a lot of you...