Magnolia Elementary School

Students Always

♦  Arrive On Time

♦  Respect Others

♦  Listen and Learn

♦  Follow Directions

♦  Complete Assignments

♦  Play Safely

♦  Respect Property


ST Math

May Character Trait

Problem Solving- Helps with conflicts between ourselves and others, changing things for the better, or fixing things that are broken.















Principal's Weekly Message

Good evening Magnolia Families! Happy last week of the 2017-18 school year!  It has been an amazing year of learning experiences for our students and you have been a huge part of our success! Thank you for your help in making our year be a great one! This week we have our awards assemblies and all award winners have been notified either by teachers or the automated message last week. Tomorrow morning are the assemblies for the 5th and 6th grades at 8:15 and for the 3rd and 4th grades at 10:15.  Wednesday morning, we honor our 1st and 2nd grades at 8:15 and our TK and Kindergarten students at 10:45. Thursday, we have our End of the Year Celebration at 8:15. All assemblies are in the Auditorium. Wednesday afternoon is our 6th Grade End of the Year Party from 2:06 to 4:00 in the Courtyard. Only students with teacher and parent permission may attend. Thursday is the last day of the year and is a Minimum Day. All Kindergarten students attend from 7:50-11:15 and 1st -6th grade students are dismissed at 11:40. One last reminder to check the Lost and Found cart. All items that remain at the end of the year will be donated. Planning ahead, our TK and Kindergarten Orientation for the new year will be August 8th at 1:30 p.m. starting in the Auditorium. Class lists will be posted on August 8th at 4:00 p.m. And we will see you on August 9th for the first day of the 2018-19 school year!  I hope you have a wonderful week to come and a fantastic summer!

















School Vision and Mission

Kids_HmPg.jpgIn partnership with community and families, Magnolia staff strive to address the social, emotional and academic needs of each child in an effort to provide meaningful learning opportunities for all students.  A well-rounded curriculum covers all areas from music, technology, and physical education to positive character development. English Language Development and an academic program that meets or exceeds the California State Standards.  Extended learning opportunities are also a goal of the Magnolia Staff, fostering a life-long love of learning.  By cultivating a nurturing and challenging atmosphere, Magnolia ensures each student has the capacity and empowerment to serve as valuable and supportive members of society.

Getting Involved

Today: 7/23/18


Putting Respect Into Daily Efforts!


Magnolia's Hour of Code