Fifty-eight years after a new elementary school in Mill Valley opened and was named after Edna Maguire, a woman who’d spent 34 years as a teacher and principal in the Mill Valley School District, the reincarnation of that school was celebrated at a Dedication Ceremony on June 5.
Completed in January, the $35 million reconstruction of Edna Maguire Elementary School opened in January. It was paid for by Measure C, a bond measure approved by voters in November 2009. The dedication ceremony featured speeches from Superintendent Paul Johnson, Board President Robin Moses and Edna Maguire Principal Lisa Zimmer and performances by the school’s 3rd and 4th grade chorus.
Click here for more information on the district’s Measure C-funded Modernization Program. Watch a video on the new Edna Maguire School below:

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