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While the Pandemic changed the way we educate children in the Magnolia School District, it did not change our focus on high expectations, rigorous academics and the importance of social-emotional learning. When we transitioned from virtual learning to our hybrid model last April, students and staff were very happy to return to school. We added additional custodial, health, counseling, food services and instructional support to ensure our schools are safe and the needs of our students and staff are met.
On May 25th, nine of our sixth-grade students, competing on the Robert M. Pyles STEM Academy CyberPatriots team, were awarded the Superintendent’s Cup from Cypress College.
A few weeks ago, Chris Martinez, our Systems Network Technician was honored not only as the Magnolia School District Classified Employee of the Year but also as one of the nine Orange County Classified Employees of the Year. Today, we are proud to announce that Chris has been selected as one of the California Classified Employees of the Year.
Read the latest edition of School News Roll Call
Magnolia School District employees are honored for their years of service to the children of our schools.
Juliette Low School of the Arts fourth graders have won 1st and 3rd place in the City of Buena Park 2021 Elementary Art Show. Kyrie Valdez was awarded 1st place and Itzayana Benitez took 3rd place. The theme for this year’s show is “People and Places in my Neighborhood”. Join us in congratulating these amazing artists.