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Magnolia School District provides students with a high-quality education that builds a foundation to prepare them for college and careers in the 21st Century. All students are provided with rigorous standards-based instruction, one-to-one technology in grades two through six, and specially designed music and arts programs. Seven of the nine Magnolia Elementary Schools received the California Gold Ribbon Schools Award, and the Title I Academic Achieving Schools Award in 2016, and one school received the Exemplary Arts Education Program Award. The Magnolia School District is a great place to learn, grow, and make a difference.

Calendar

15 Aug

Board Meeting

6 PM – 10 PM
2705 W Orange Ave, Anaheim, CA 92804, USA
12 Sep

Board Meeting

6 PM – 10 PM
2705 W Orange Ave, Anaheim, CA 92804, USA

Latest news

Magnolia School District Electric Bus

Magnolia School Buses Go Green!

Magnolia School District continues to reduce its carbon footprint. After a successful rollout of the solar energy project, now the district has incorporated two fully electric buses to its fleet. Thanks to the efforts of Magnolia School District Board Member Mr. Gary Shields, the District applied and was awarded a highly competitive grant from South Coast Air Management District.
Anaheim Police Department Officers and 7-11 Cashier

Magnolia School Board Honors Heroic Act

At the June 6th Board meeting, the Magnolia School District Board of Trustees recognized Mrs. Marisol Molina and eight Police Officers and three Police Sergeants from the Anaheim Police Department for their heroism. Anaheim Police Chief Jorge Cisneros and Captain Joe Reiss were in attendance.
Magnolia California Honor Roll Schools

Six Magnolia School District Schools Were Named 2018-19 California Honor Roll

Magnolia School District is proud to announce that Dr. Albert Schweitzer, Dr. Peter Marshall, Dr. Jonas Salk, Juliette Low School of the Arts, Robert M. Pyles STEM Academy and Walt Disney schools were named as 2018-19 California Honor Roll schools by Educational Results Partnership, a data science organization which recognizes high-performing, achievement gap-closing schools across the state.
Juliette Low School of the Art Students Display their Art

Juliette Low Artists Shine at Senator Chang’s Art Competition

Twenty-three Juliette Low artists showcased their beautiful pieces at Senator Chang’s Art Awards Ceremony on Friday, May 24 at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center. In the Third through Fifth Grade Division, Aanya Shah, fifth grade student, received Honorable Mention for her colored pencil drawing entitled “Flower Vase.” In the same division, Bahista Khairkhwah, fifth grade student, received Fifth Place for her painting, “Landscape,” which was done in oil pastel. A fourth grade student, Jade Nguyen, won the Staff Favorite Award for her acrylic painting, entitled, “A Home in Progress.”
Melissa Brennan receives Award from Dr. Al Mijares

2020 Teacher of the Year Finalist

Congratulations to Melissa Brennan for being selected as one of the 2020 Orange County Teachers of the Year! Mrs. Brennan was surprised in her classroom by Orange County Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Al Mijares who presented her with the prestigious award. Melissa has been teaching in Magnolia School District for the last 16 years, spending the last 5 years as a Transitional Kindergarten through First grade Special Day Class teacher at Mattie Lou Maxwell School.
Magnolia Students enjoying the Baseball Game

Magnolia Students Attend Baseball Game

On Wednesday, May 1, the OC GRIP Program partnered with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim to take 75 students from Pyles, Salk and Walter Schools, “out to the ballgame.” Fourth, fifth, and sixth-grade students from these three schools were challenged to meet goals related to the three Big As: Attitude, Academics, and Attendance. Congratulations to all of the successful students! Let’s go, Angels!!!