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2017-18 School Site Council

School Site Council is an elected team of parents and staff members who work collaboratively in the school decision-making process which helps build a community-school connection. Each year parents have an opportunity to express interest in participating on this council and names will be added to the ballot for elections. Check back for more information about how to get your name added to the ballot for the fall election if you would like to serve on this very important council!

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Our School


Magnolia’s vision focuses on guiding students toward academic success and a commitment to support self-directed, life-long learners as they grow into resourceful and productive citizens.

Students enjoy the Accelerated Reader program and are encouraged and rewarded for improving reading comprehension.  All students benefit from a computer lab with state of the art technology.  We deliver high quality instruction to all students with a focus on reading/language and math support in transitional kindergarten through grade five.  Students are guided by specific rules and classroom expectations that promote respect, cooperation, courtesy and acceptance of others.

The school’s PBIS discipline philosophy promotes a safe, warm, friendly environment; and demonstrates that good discipline is a solid foundation on which to build an effective school environment.  Our discipline plan is student-centered, progressive, fair and consistent, leading students to assume responsibility for their behavior.  There are Friday Awards Assemblies where students are honored for numerous achievements such as Student of the Month, Citizenship and Reading Achievement.

Parents are actively involved at Magnolia.  Parents serve on School Site Council, Superintendents's Roundtable and the English Learner Advisory Council. Our parents help with fundraising which allows our students to enjoy exciting and educational field trips and assemblies.  Monthly newsletters, parent nights and conference days provide school and district information to parents. Magnolia also has a monthly Parent Coffee which includes a variety of parent education topics.

Magnolia's Daily Schedule
Kindergarten, Minimum Day, Consolidated Day 8:15 - 1:10
Early Start 8:15 - 1:10
Late Start 9:15 - 2:10
1st - 3rd Grades 8:15 - 2:10  Mon., Tues., Wed., & Fri.
4th & 5th Grades 8:15 - 2:37  Mon., Tues., Wed., & Fri.



Thursday Release

  • TK/Kindergarten 8:15-1:10
  • 1st - 5th grades   8:15-1:28


Minimum Day Release    

  • TK/Kindergarten 8:15-1:10
  • 1st - 5th grades 8:15-1:10


All School Recess 10:15 - 10:30
TK/K  Lunch 11:30 – 12:15
1st/2nd Grade Lunch 11:45 – 12:30
3rd/ 4th/ 5th Lunch 12:00 – 12:45



Agent of Change!

Why Student Council? Students want a "peer" to look up to- a peer that does their best to be their best each day! That includes being fair, honest, responsible, and kind to others. In addition, the Student Council team learns what's involved in organizing "Spirit Days" and events planned around Holiday Themes. Not only that, the team practices being "green" by gathering the recyclable products each week and helping planet Earth! Even at this level of education, students can make a difference at their school and beyond! This is what Student Council at Magnolia is about- being an Agent of Change!

2017-18 Student Council

To be announced after our Fall Elections!

Magnolia Library Open to Parents

Our school library is available to parents Monday and Wednesday from 8:35am to 9:30am. Parents that have signed up and have a library card are able to check out 3 books at a time for the period of 1 week. If parents want to sign up they can ask for the library application form in the office.

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