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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

2 May

Board Meeting

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

Board Meeting

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

Board Meeting

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

Latest news

Dr. Albert Schweitzer Students show their K9 Bullet Proof Vest

Dr. Albert Schweitzer Six Graders Raise Money for Anaheim Police Dogs

The 6th graders at Dr. Albert Schweitzer School have successfully raised $2800 as part of their community service project to purchase K9 bulletproof vests for the Anaheim Police Department Dogs. On Friday, April 5th, the Chief of the Anaheim Police Department and several officers came to Dr. Albert Schweitzer School to accept the vests for their K9 dogs.
Students display they amount they raised for the program

Pennies for Patients Drive Sets Records at Dr. Peter Marshall

Students at Dr. Peter Marshall Elementary School raised $8,274.31 for the Pennies for Patients and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The mission of Pennies for Patients is to find a cure for blood cancers! The fundraiser was led by Dr. Peter Marshall’s Student Council, composed of fourth through sixth-grade students. Student Council Advisor Mr. Hector Loya, a fourth-grade Dual Immersion teacher, led this fantastic event.
Student displaying her project

Walt Disney Elementary Girls Collaborate in STEM Program

Fifty fifth-grade girls from Walt Disney Elementary School were invited to participate in the “Snap the Gap” kickoff event at the Disneyland Grand Californian Hotel. This event was made possible through a partnership between the Magnolia School District and the Disney Resort. Snap the Gap’s mission is to instill every girl (aged 10-12) in the United States with the confidence and skills needed to pursue STEM in college and careers. Currently, there are many more men than women in STEM careers. Snap the Gap aims to close this gender gap.
Students Collected 1439 Pairs of Socks

Socktober Project is a Great Success

Lord Baden-Powell Student Council and 6th graders spearheaded the Socktober project at Baden-Powell School, a sock drive for the homeless. This is another great example of how Magnolia School District keeps performing “Infinite Acts of Kindness.”
Dental Clinic Dentits Team

25th Annual Dental Clinic and Community Health Fair

Saturday, February 23, 2019 marked the 25th anniversary of the Magnolia School District Dental Clinic and Community Health Fair. Dr. Jonas Salk Elementary School MPR was transformed into a Dentist’s office and the courtyard was turned into a community health fair. Students and their families from all across the district were invited to attend.
Dr. Debra Von Sprecken and Lukas Barwinski-Brown Cutting the Ribbon to open the Key of Inspiration Piano Lab

Keys of Inspiration Piano Lab is Officially Open

A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the grand opening of the Juliette Low School of the Art’s Keys of Inspiration (KOI) piano lab was held on Tuesday, February 5. Many special guests were in attendance, including Lukas Barwinski-Brown, the Chief Executive Officer of the Lang Lang International Music Foundation (LLIMF), who traveled from New York for the festivities. Also in attendance, from the Magnolia School District, were members of the Board of Trustees; Superintendent, Dr. Frank Donavan; and members of the Executive Cabinet.