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Magnolia Elementary

945 East Nearfield St.

Azusa, CA 91702

(626) 815-5800

Secretary Veronica Serrano

Principal Marcella Fonseca




Parent of the Year Mrs. Greer

Parent of the Year Mrs. Greer

You are an amazing woman, Mrs. Greer. Thank you for all you do!

Classified Staff Member of the Year!

Classified Staff Member of the Year!

Congratulations Mrs. Anna Rico for your dedication to our WILD Mustangs! We celebrate you as our 2016-2017 Classified Staff Member of the Year. Keep up the great work!


CHAMP graduation was amazing this year! Our fourth-grade students were nervous yet thrilled to be walking across a college stage. They thoroughly enjoyed spending time with their APU mentors in and out of the classroom and found the whole experience fun and rewarding. Now they are ready for college! Thank you to Azusa Pacific University for taking care of our W.I.L.D. Mustangs.

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Transitional (TK) and kindergarten registration for the 2017-18 school year is now underway. Call the office at 815-5800 to find out the necessary paperwork or visit the school office daily from 7:30 to 4:00 p.m.



PBIS and Character Behavior Support at Magnolia

At Magnolia, we value character and positive behavior, as well as achievement. We support students by teaching them why it's important to make wise choices, and we focus on exhibiting one positive character trait each month. Students who demonstrate positive character and behaviors receive WILD Mustang tickets. Tickets go into a classroom drawing and students will have opportunities to win a variety of incentives. Also, one student each month is chosen by their teacher to receive recognition for exemplifying the character of the month. 


We are W.I.L.D. Mustangs:


W   Wise Choices

    Inspire Others

L    Lead by Doing

  Develop Solutions


Attentive – Mustangs pay attention to the person leading the conversation.

Dependable – Mustangs can be relied upon and trusted.

Kind – Mustangs are helpful and interested in the well-being of others.

Respectful – Mustangs are willing to learn about each other’s differences.

Truthful – Mustangs tell the truth and take ownership of what they do.

Self-controlled – Mustangs control their actions.

Thankful – Mustangs are grateful to others and appreciate them.

Perseverance – Mustangs continue all efforts to achieve despite difficulties.              

Patience – Mustangs can wait calmly for others to accomplish tasks.



Mission & Vision Statement

Our vision at Magnolia is to create a community that motivates and empowers all to achieve high academic goals, promotes critical thinking and problem solving, fosters the development of responsible and respectful students, and establishes a foundation for future learning and the pursuit of personal excellence.

Our mission at Magnolia Elementary School is to:

  • Maintain a collaborative and cooperative environment among students, staff, families, and community members,
  • Provide rich learning experiences that allow all students to thrive and achieve the rigorous demands of academic standards,
  • Implement teaching practices that are reflective and responsive to the needs of our students,
  • Integrate the use of technology to support instruction, learning, and acceleration,
  • Create a safe and nurturing environment that promotes life-long learning, and
  • Build a community where character counts and respect of self, peers, staff, and the environment is demonstrated by all.


Award recipients, Mrs. Veronica Serrano and Mrs. Karina Gallegos

Thank you, ladies, for all you do for our W.I.L.D. Magnolia scholars!

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Magnolia Student Support Team


Congratulations to Mrs. Tracy Batrez for being Magnolia's WILD 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year! We are so happy that Mrs. Batrez was nominated and chosen to receive this award. The Magnolia community has described her as "helpful, funny, smart, caring, patient, and knowledgable." She is dedicated and takes her time teaching our students and making learning fun. We all love working with Mrs. Batrez and we are ecstatic for her! 

Azusa Pacific University students read with our W.I.L.D. Mustangs

Magnolia Math Game Day

Magnolia Math Game Day

Duarte ELKS Dictionary Donation

Duarte ELKS Dictionary Donation

Thank you to the Duarte Elks Lodge for donating dictionaries to all of Magnolia's 3rd grade boys and girls! The children were so excited and enjoyed the visit. They are learning new words and even some sign language from their new books. Way to go, Elks!