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Magnolia Elementary

Oakdale Joint Unified School District

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    Upcoming Events

    Sep. 30 - Special Spirit Day -                        Twin Day

    Sep. 30 - Math Facts of Fame                         Super Recess

    Oct. 4 - 1st & 2nd and 5th & 6th                Character Assemblies

    Oct. 5 - 3rd & 4th Character                        Assembly

    Oct. 7 - Magnolia Spirit Day

    Oct. 7  Principals' Math Tests

    Character Trait:  September---Responsibility:  Doing the right thing at the right time in the right way.

    Principal's Weekly Message

    Hello Magnolia Families! 

    Tuesday afternoon our 6th-grade basketball team has practice until 3:30.

    Thursday is the District Parent Involvement Committee Meeting for interested parents at 3:00 at the District Tech Center.

    Friday is a special Magnolia Spirit Day, Twin Day. Students may dress with a twin or they may wear a Magnolia shirt or red to show their school spirit. Just remember to follow the school dress code.

    Also Friday we have our Math Facts of Fame Super Recess for all students that have demonstrated Math Fact Fluency. 

    Monday afternoon our 6h-grade basketball team has practice until 3:30. 

    Our Spirit wear shop is open for orders. The link to the shop can be found on the Magnolia website.

    I hope you have a wonderful week to come!


    This notice is to advise residents of the District that Board member seats in District Trustee Areas 1, 4, and 5 will be up for election on November 8, 2022.  The deadline to file for the election is August 12, 2022. 

    Families of OJUSD,


    The California Department of Public Health issued a memo on 9/21/22 to school districts warning about the epidemic of extremely potent and dangerous synthetic opioids such as “Fentanyl” that has been a major contributor to drug overdoses in California.  

    According to the CDPH notice:

    • Emergency department visits related to non-fatal opioid overdoses in California’s youth ages 10-19 years more than tripled from 2018 (379 total) to 2020 (1,222 total).
    • Opioid-related overdose deaths in California’s youth ages 10-19 years increased from 2018 (54 total) to 2020 (274 total), marking a 407 percent increase over two years, largely driven by fentanyl.
    • Fentanyl-related overdose deaths in California’s youth ages 10-19 years increased from 2018 (36 total) to 2020 (261 total), a 625 percent increase.


    Of most concern is the trend of brightly-colored fentanyl (referred to as rainbow fentanyl). Rainbow fentanyl can be found in many forms, including pills, powder, and blocks that can resemble sidewalk chalk or candy. Any pill (regardless of its color, shape, or size) that does not come from a health care provider or pharmacist can contain fentanyl and can be deadly. The district is investigating measures to respond to this dangerous trend.


    Please visit the Overdose Prevention Initiative webpage at: for more information, including resources for adult role models.

    Thank you!


    Magnolia COVID info

    Click on the image below to start ordering your Magnolia Spirit Wear!!!!