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Becky Rosales, Interim Superintendent

Interim Superintendent Services

On April 23, the Miller Creek School Board unanimously agreed to request assistance from the Marin County Superintendent of Schools to identify an Interim Superintendent to lead the district during the 2019-20 school year. The Board has since then requested an extension for Interim Services up to June 30, 2021, believing that this would provide the District with stability while allowing the Board and District to engage in an extended, inclusive search for the District’s next long-term Superintendent. 

Next fall, the Board will begin work to conduct a superintendent search with the goal of having a permanent superintendent identified no later than the spring of 2021.

Rebecca Rosales (Becky) began serving as the Interim Superintendent for the district in July. Becky previously served as the Superintendent/Principal of the Waugh School District in Petaluma serving 850 students. Becky returns to Marin having previously served as a preschool, elementary and middle school teacher early in her career followed by a long history of work in the San Rafael community as Principal, Assistant Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent in the San Rafael City Schools.

During this period, the Board will continue to have the support of Dr. Walt Buster who was assigned to serve as an Advisor to the Board in March by Marin County Superintendent of Schools Mary Jane Burke.

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News from the superintendent

Sent on 3-10-20 @ 7:00pm via email

Dear Miller Creek Community,

We are writing with an update related to concerns about the spreading Coronavirus. Though there is only one confirmed case in Marin currently, with an increase in available testing, this number will continue to go up. A majority of these are likely to be contracted through community transmission and will therefore have a greater impact on students, families and staff.

At this time, our district will adhere to the Public Health Recommendation to postpone/cancel all indoor gatherings that include more than 100 people. This means that we will immediately begin to restructure all events in the District so that they are compliant with the recommendation or will cancel/postpone them if is not possible to reformat. Additionally, overnight field trips must also be suspended given the duration of these events and the close contact for students and chaperones. Walker Creek activities are suspended until April 1st with a possibility of extension. School based cancellations of events and field trips will be communicated directly from school principals.  

As we start to wrap our heads around the possibility of school closures, staff is working to design remote learning opportunities for students that ensures educational continuity. 

This is new territory for all of us. We will continue to do the best that we can given the changing landscape. We understand that school closures can present great challenges for families. Our preference is to have our hallways filled with students, however, we will follow recommendations and orders from our Community Health partners.


Becky Rosales | Interim Superintendent

Kristy Treewater | Assistant Superintendent 

Miller Creek School District 

Dear Miller Creek Community,

The Miller Creek School District works closely with the Marin County Office of Education and the Marin County Department of Health and Human Services to obtain the latest guidance as it relates to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Attached, please find the most updated information from Dr. Matt Willis, Public Health Officer for Marin County. We expect new information to be available tomorrow and will continue to share the updates. 

The Marin County Office of Education has created a web page with various resources and communications should you like to review or share. Finally, the website for the CDC (Center for Disease Control & Prevention) has additional materials promoting the importance of Clean Hands and good Handwashing techniques. Questions or concerns about the CoronaVirus can be directed to the Communicable Disease Control Unit at 415-473-4163.

Thank you,

Kristy Treewater | Assistant Superintendent

 Marin Letter to Schools 02.25.20 COVID-19.pdf 

Marin Letter to Schools 02.25.20 COVID-19 Sp.pdf 

January 10, 2020

Dear Miller Creek School District Community,

Welcome back as we begin the second half of the 2019-2020 school year. I hope that your holiday included time with family and friends and plenty of rest, relaxation and energy restoration. Special thanks to those who worked during the Winter Break to keep our schools and the district operating smoothly.  

We are very excited to announce that our new website, went live on Monday evening, Jan. 6, 2020. To find us on the web, bookmark our site:

One of the most significant features of this new platform is that it enables our content to be translated through Google Translate into 26 languages. Google Translate is a free, automatic translator and while it gives the general idea of the content, please be aware that these electronic translations are not always grammatically perfect and sometimes the translation of words with multiple meanings is a little awkward.

Readers can select their language preference from the home page, shown below. Find the pull-down menu shown by the red arrow to select the language of your choosing.

Staff has worked with SchoolLoop to create websites for the district and all four schools that are ADA accessible and mobile friendly. We have worked to develop a format that gives each site a similar look and have designed consistent presentation of content for all four school sites.  

We expect to launch the four school websites the week of January 27, 2020. Check back with us soon and often.

We will continue to make changes and updates to the sites as we transition to the new format. If you don’t find information you seek, please contact our receptionist at the District Office, Roxana Ascencio,


Becky Rosales, Interim Superintendent

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