Magnolia Elementary School

Students Always

♦  Arrive On Time

♦  Respect Others

♦  Listen and Learn

♦  Follow Directions

♦  Complete Assignments

♦  Play Safely

♦  Respect Property


ST Math

September Character Trait



 Do what you are supposed to do.  Think before you act, Be accountable for your choices. Always do your best. Keep on trying.










Principal's Weekly Message

Good evening Magnolia Families! Our Jog-a-thon was a HUGE success and we exceeded our goal of $33,000 so the Silly String and Egg Challenges are on and are currently being scheduled!  This week is Red Ribbon Week!  Students are learning about the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco and we are having special dress up days each day.  Tuesday is “Peace Out to Drugs” and students are encouraged to wear tie dye or peace signs.  Wednesday is “Head to Toe We are Drug Free” and students are encouraged to have crazy hair and wear silly socks.  Also on Wednesday, our Kindergarten classes have their field trip to Resendiz Farms in Hughson.  Thursday is “Be Bright, Don’t Do Drugs” and each grade level was assigned a specific color of the rainbow to wear.  Friday is “Don’t Get Tied Up in Drugs” and students are encouraged to wear a tie.  Friday is also our PTC sponsored Fall Festival beginning at 5:00 p.m. in our courtyard.  There will be fun games to play, prizes, great food, and at 6:00 there is a free Mad Scientist show!  Students are encouraged to wear a school friendly costume to the festival. We hope you will come out and join the fun!  Next week there will be Minimum Days for all 1st through 6th grade students.  Students will be dismissed at 11:40 so that teachers can conduct their Parent/Teacher Conferences.  If you have not yet heard from your teacher about your conference time, please contact them to see when you are scheduled to attend.  These are such important meetings for you and your student so please be sure to attend.  Don’t forget that we are still collecting paper bags for Community Sharing.  Help us reach our goal of 1,000 bags!  I hope you have a wonderful week to come!  













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.

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Magnolia Spirit Wear 2017-2018

Magnolia Spirit Wear 2017-2018