News & Announcements

Juliette Low Receives State of the Art Piano Lab

Juliette Low School of the Arts has had the privilege of being chosen to participate in the Lang Lang International Music Foundation Keys of Inspiration program.  The music foundation was started by world-famous concert piano player Lang Lang. Keys of Inspiration is a national music intervention program, focusing on helping schools with limited resources.  The Lang Lang International Music Foundation teamed with Roland, and The Royal Conservatory of Music to build a state of the art piano lab with 31 brand new keyboards at Juliette Low School of the Arts.

Magnolia School District is Honored by Congressman Lou Correa

During the September 20th, Board of Trustees meeting the District received a very special recognition from California Congressman Lou Correa. According to Mr. Correa “ You would be hard pressed to find an elementary school district anywhere in our wonderful country that is preparing children from the ages of four through twelve for college and careers, especially those in the computer science industry, Magnolia School District is truly building the foundation for students’ success in the Digital Age, while also exposing them to music, arts and rigorous academics.” We sincerely thank Congressman Correa for this recognition.

Magnolia’s Supper Program Going Strong

Magnolia School District continues a strong partnership with the Anaheim YMCA and the Anaheim Achieves after-school program. As part of this partnership, the District has been offering a no-cost supper program to the students for the last 4 years. Hot, nutritious meals are prepared in each of the school’s kitchens and serve an average of 600 nightly meals to the Anaheim Achieves participants. The student favorites are Beef and Cheese Lasagna and Cheese Pizza.

SaRang Community Church Provides Summer Camp for 9th Year

For the 9th year, the SaRang Community Church in Anaheim sponsored a one-week long summer camp for 50 selected students in Magnolia School District. In addition to having daily homemade breakfast and lunch, the children worked collaboratively in STEM related activities which included building tissue paper parachutes and catapults.

Learning and Fun at the MSD Summer Academy!

As the summer sun shines, so does the learning in the Summer STEM program in the Magnolia School District. From June 25th through July 18th, close to 400 second graders participated in this hands-on science inquiry learning program as a “jump start” to third grade.

Board Members and District Staff Receive Outstanding Recognition

Over the last year, Magnolia School District has been working with ENGIE Services U.S. to develop and deliver a comprehensive energy efficiency program. This includes large-scale infrastructure improvements, including reducing energy consumption through efficient lighting, thermostat, and air-conditioning systems, as well as providing clean on-site renewable solar power by installing solar shade structures on all District campuses and our district office and warehouse. In addition, students are receiving enriched educational experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) through a hands-on learning program related to energy and the environment.

7th Annual Chess Tournament is Bigger than Ever

On Saturday, May 19th, 2018 Success Through Chess hosted the 7th annual Magnolia School District chess tournament at Baden-Powell School. The day was filled with concentration, focus, tears, cheers, as students played individually for the first part of the day, then team chess or “bughouse” with their classmates against other District students!

Magnolia Students Excel at City of Anaheim Poster Contest

Three Magnolia School District Students received top honors at the Anaheim Beautiful Community Pride Poster Contest. Elias Leon III, 1st Grade from Dr. Albert Schweitzer; Kassandra Prieto, 5th Grade from Dr. Peter Marshall and Arlette Florencio, 6th Grade from Esther L. Walter were recognized at the Anaheim City Council Meeting on Tuesday, May 15th and received a family four pack of Disneyland Resort Park Hopper tickets.

Graduating Seniors Visit Magnolia School District

Magnolia School District students were really excited to welcome graduating seniors from Magnolia High School to a “Senior “Walk” at their schools on Monday, May 21. The seniors donned their caps and gowns for a brief “parade” through Maxwell, Salk, and Walter Schools, along with the accompaniment of the skilled musicians in the Magnolia High School drumline.
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