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Daily Bulletin November 21, 2017

 

Mandarins will be available for pick up today after school in A6.

The Snowball dance is coming December 8th, more details coming soon!

All items in the lost and found will be donated over Thanksgiving break, please check to see if you are missing anything. 

School will not be in session November 22-24th.  Enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday.

 
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Parents' Corner:
 
Library Holiday Book Fair!
Just in time for your book gift giving needs!
Shop ONLINE from November 17 through December 8th.
Shop in  the Library December 8th through the 15th!
 
Holiday Free Shop: Community members in need are invited to come and shop for "nearly new" and gently used items.  Guests are able to shop for free or if they wish to pay we will be accepting cash donations for Kare Crisis Nursery.  Donations are also welcome, if you have gift worthy items for children or adults you can drop them off on Friday December 8th from 2:30-6:30 at Cottage Hill School in the Multi-Purpose room.  The Holiday Free shop will be held on Saturday December 9th 8:30-11:00 am at Cottage Hill School.
 
From Bear RIver Recreation & Park District: www.brrpd.org/530-268-7275
Winter Youth Basketball League:
Registrations OPEN for this fun youth development league for players in grades  2 - 8.
Separate girls and boys divisions. Now in its 23rd year.
Member of National Asscociation of Youth Sports and the Sierra Foothills Youth Basketball Conference.
Winter Break Basketball Camp:
January 3-4-5th
Registrations open!
Holiday Wreaths:
Bows, baubles and bells - decorate a holiday wreath that will last more than a season!
December 1st. Registrations due by November 24th.

Marlene Sharon
General Manager
Bear River Recreation & Park District
530-268-PARK (7275)
 
NEW OFFICE: 
Lake Center Plaza
MAIL: BRRPD
10042 Wolf Road, Ste.B, PMB #11
Grass Valley, CA 95949
PROGRAMS:
Evening Lap Swim 7:45-9:15 M-W; Passes Required -  November 8th
Fall Flag Football OPEN!
Winter Basketball League OPEN!
Winter Basketball Camp OPEN!
 
 

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
  
Love & Logic Parenting Class 5:30 PM – 7 PM (Library)  11/30  
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 Cross Country Meet
Date: 11/28/2017, 3 PM – 5 PM
Location: Magnolia

7th Grade Boys Volleyball - A - CP
Date: 11/29/2017, 4 PM 5 PM
Location: Chicago Park

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
 
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
December 8 Snowball Dance
December 8-15 Book Fair
December 22 Minimum day
December 25-January 5 Winter Recess
January 8 Professional Development Day-school is not in session
January 15 ML King day-school is not in session
 

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Daily Bulletin November 20, 2017

 

Mandarins will be available for pick up today after school in A6.

Please bring your coins for kindness donations to your 1st trimester , 1st period teacher.  Thank you to all who have participated, tomorrow is the last day to turn them in.

All items in the lost and found will be donated over Thanksgiving break, please check to see if you are missing anything.  Also please check the office if you are missing a baseball helmet.

Frozen yogurt will not be sold this week.

 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Parents' Corner:
 

 

Library Holiday Book Fair!
Just in time for your book gift giving needs!
Shop ONLINE from November 17 through December 8th.
Shop in  the Library December 8th through the 15th!
 
Parent / Student Survey:The California School Parent Survey will be going home with your student on 11/14.  This is a very important survey that will help promote better health and well-being among our youth, improve the school learning environment and combat problems such as drug abuse and violence. Also, your child will be asked to take the student California Healthy Kids Survey  (CHKS) survey.  Your child does not have to take the survey.  If you do not want your child to complete this survey, you must notify your school by signing and returning the consent/ withdrawal form.  Thank you for your participation!  The survey can also be accessed on our school website.
 
Holiday Free Shop: Community members in need are invited to come and shop for "nearly new" and gently used items.  Guests are able to shop for free or if they wish to pay we will be accepting cash donations for Kare Crisis Nursery.  Donations are also welcome, if you have gift worthy items for children or adults you can drop them off on Friday December 8th from 2:30-6:30 at Cottage Hill School in the Multi-Purpose room.  The Holiday Free shop will be held on Saturday December 9th 8:30-11:00 am at Cottage Hill School.
 
 
From Bear RIver Recreation & Park District: www.brrpd.org/530-268-7275
Winter Youth Basketball League:
Registrations OPEN for this fun youth development league for players in grades  2 - 8.
Separate girls and boys divisions. Now in its 23rd year.
Member of National Asscociation of Youth Sports and the Sierra Foothills Youth Basketball Conference.
Winter Break Basketball Camp:
January 3-4-5th
Registrations open!
Holiday Wreaths:
Bows, baubles and bells - decorate a holiday wreath that will last more than a season!
December 1st. Registrations due by November 24th.

Marlene Sharon
General Manager
Bear River Recreation & Park District
530-268-PARK (7275)
 
NEW OFFICE: 
Lake Center Plaza
MAIL: BRRPD
10042 Wolf Road, Ste.B, PMB #11
Grass Valley, CA 95949
PROGRAMS:
Evening Lap Swim 7:45-9:15 M-W; Passes Required -  November 8th
Fall Flag Football OPEN!
Winter Basketball League OPEN!
Winter Basketball Camp OPEN!
 
 

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 
 
 
Love & Logic Parenting Class 5:30 PM – 7 PM (Library)  11/30
 
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
December 8-15 Book Fair
 

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

November 17, 2017

 

Today we will be on minimum day schedule, school will be dismissed at 1:20.

Next Tuesday is the last day to turn in your coins for kindness, thank you to all who participated!

All items in the lost and found will be donated over Thanksgiving break, please check to see if you are missing anything.  Also please check the office if you are missing a baseball helmet.

If you are participating the in Krispy Kreme fundraiser, orders will be ready for pick up in A5&A6 8:30-10:30 am 11/17

Frozen yogurt will be for sale today in C4

Library Holiday Book Fair!
Just in time for your book gift giving needs!
Shop ONLINE from November 17 through December 8th.
Shop in  the Library December 8th through the 15th!
Visit the Book Fair website:
 
 
It's mandarin time again and orders are due today 11/17,
 and will be ready for pick-up on Monday, November 20th.
 
Sign the pledge to be smoke free!   Students will be handing out treats by the bulletin boards in the sixth grade area and by the big gym during lunch today 11/17.
 
 
 
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Parents' Corner:
 
Parent / Student Survey:The California School Parent Survey will be going home with your student on 11/14.  This is a very important survey that will help promote better health and well-being among our youth, improve the school learning environment and combat problems such as drug abuse and violence. Also, your child will be asked to take the student California Healthy Kids Survey  (CHKS) survey.  Your child does not have to take the survey.  If you do not want your child to complete this survey, you must notify your school by signing and returning the consent/ withdrawal form.  Thank you for your participation!  The survey can also be accessed on our school website.
 
Holiday Free Shop: Community members in need are invited to come and shop for "nearly new" and gently used items.  Guests are able to shop for free or if they wish to pay we will be accepting cash donations for Kare Crisis Nursery.  Donations are also welcome, if you have gift worthy items for children or adults you can drop them off on Friday December 8th from 2:30-6:30 at Cottage Hill School in the Multi-Purpose room.  The Holiday Free shop will be held on Saturday December 9th 8:30-11:00 am at Cottage Hill School.
 
 
From Bear RIver Recreation & Park District: www.brrpd.org/530-268-7275
Winter Youth Basketball League:
Registrations OPEN for this fun youth development league for players in grades  2 - 8.
Separate girls and boys divisions. Now in its 23rd year.
Member of National Asscociation of Youth Sports and the Sierra Foothills Youth Basketball Conference.
Winter Break Basketball Camp:
January 3-4-5th
Registrations open!
Holiday Wreaths:
Bows, baubles and bells - decorate a holiday wreath that will last more than a season!
December 1st. Registrations due by November 24th.

Marlene Sharon
General Manager
Bear River Recreation & Park District
530-268-PARK (7275)
 
NEW OFFICE: 
Lake Center Plaza
MAIL: BRRPD
10042 Wolf Road, Ste.B, PMB #11
Grass Valley, CA 95949
PROGRAMS:
Evening Lap Swim 7:45-9:15 M-W; Passes Required -  November 8th
Fall Flag Football OPEN!
Winter Basketball League OPEN!
Winter Basketball Camp OPEN!
 
Student Council: Coins for Kindness drive now  until Thanksgiving break.
 
 

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 
 
 
Love & Logic Parenting Class 5:30 PM – 7 PM (Library)  11/30
 
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
December 8-15 Book Fair
 

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Daily Bulletin November 16, 2017

 

 This Friday we will be on minimum day schedule, school will be dismissed at 1:20.

 Congratulations to Shayne Middleton, Sarah DeSart, Michael Herrmann, Katelyn Heyl and Amy Ismail for their participation in the Nevada County Spelling Tournament.  All performed well with Amy Ismail finishing in 2nd place and going on to the the State Spelling Tournament in May.  Thanks for all your hard work.

If you are participating the in Krispy Kreme fundraiser, orders will be ready for pick up in A5 & A6 between 8:30 and 10:30 am.

Frozen yogurt will be for sale on Friday 11/17.

Library Holiday Book Fair!
Just in time for your book gift giving needs!
Shop ONLINE from November 17 through December 8th.
Shop in  the Library December 8th through the 15th!
Visit the Book Fair website:
 
 
It's mandarin time again and orders are due tomorrow 11/17.
Student council will be selling delicious mandarins from Newcastle Ranch for $15.00 for a 10 lb.bag.  All proceeds benefit student activities. Students will be bringing home an order form today, all orders are due on November 17th and will be ready for pick-up on Monday, November 20th.
 
Sign the pledge to be smoke free!  The Great American Smoke Out is Thursday 11/16.  Students will be handing out treats by the bulletin boards in the sixth grade area and by the big gym during lunch on Friday 11/17.
 
 
 
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Parents' Corner:
 
Parent / Student Survey:The California School Parent Survey will be going home with your student on 11/14.  This is a very important survey that will help promote better health and well-being among our youth, improve the school learning environment and combat problems such as drug abuse and violence. Also, your child will be asked to take the student California Healthy Kids Survey  (CHKS) survey.  Your child does not have to take the survey.  If you do not want your child to complete this survey, you must notify your school by signing and returning the consent/ withdrawal form.  Thank you for your participation!  The survey can also be accessed on our school website.
 
Holiday Free Shop: Community members in need are invited to come and shop for "nearly new" and gently used items.  Guests are able to shop for free or if they wish to pay we will be accepting cash donations for Kare Crisis Nursery.  Donations are also welcome, if you have gift worthy items for children or adults you can drop them off on Friday December 8th from 2:30-6:30 at Cottage Hill School in the Multi-Purpose room.  The Holiday Free shop will be held on Saturday December 9th 8:30-11:00 am at Cottage Hill School.
 
 
From Bear RIver Recreation & Park District: www.brrpd.org/530-268-7275
Winter Youth Basketball League:
Registrations OPEN for this fun youth development league for players in grades  2 - 8.
Separate girls and boys divisions. Now in its 23rd year.
Member of National Asscociation of Youth Sports and the Sierra Foothills Youth Basketball Conference.
Winter Break Basketball Camp:
January 3-4-5th
Registrations open!
Holiday Wreaths:
Bows, baubles and bells - decorate a holiday wreath that will last more than a season!
December 1st. Registrations due by November 24th.

Marlene Sharon
General Manager
Bear River Recreation & Park District
530-268-PARK (7275)
 
NEW OFFICE: 
Lake Center Plaza
MAIL: BRRPD
10042 Wolf Road, Ste.B, PMB #11
Grass Valley, CA 95949
PROGRAMS:
Evening Lap Swim 7:45-9:15 M-W; Passes Required -  November 8th
Fall Flag Football OPEN!
Winter Basketball League OPEN!
Winter Basketball Camp OPEN!
 
Student Council: Coins for Kindness drive now  until Thanksgiving break. Bring in coins (or cash) to benefit those affected by the local fire crisis. Your first period teacher will be collecting the money. The class with the most total value of coins collected will receive a root beer float party courtesy of the Magnolia Student Council.
 
Yearbook:Help us create a memorable yearbook by submitting your photos of extracurricular activities. Our staff needs pictures of students with pets, students in clubs like scouts, lacrosse, or 4-H, and students taking instruction in dance, karate, or anything! 
Please email your digital photos and identify yourself and activity. Send these great photos to Mrs. Lavelle at llavelle@prsd.us.  
Thank you!
 

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 
 
 
Love & Logic Parenting Class 5:30 PM – 7 PM (Library)  11/16 , 11/30
 
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 16 Fall Band Concert 7pm
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
December 8-15 Book Fair
 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Daily Bulletin November 17, 2017

 

Today we will be on minimum day schedule, school will be dismissed at 1:20.

Next Tuesday is the last day to turn in your coins for kindness, thank you to all who participated!

All items in the lost and found will be donated over Thanksgiving break, please check if you are missing anything.  Also please check the office if you are missing a baseball helmet.

If you are participating the in Krispy Kreme fundraiser, orders are due now.  Thank your for your participation!

Frozen yogurt will be for sale today in C4

Library Holiday Book Fair!
Just in time for your book gift giving needs!
Shop ONLINE from November 17 through December 8th.
Shop in  the Library December 8th through the 15th!
Visit the Book Fair website:
 
 
It's mandarin time again and orders are due today 11/17,
 and will be ready for pick-up on Monday, November 20th.
 
Sign the pledge to be smoke free!  The Great American Smoke Out is Thursday 11/16.  Students will be handing out treats by the bulletin boards in the sixth grade area and by the big gym during lunch on Friday 11/17.
 
 
 
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Parents' Corner:
 
Parent / Student Survey:The California School Parent Survey will be going home with your student on 11/14.  This is a very important survey that will help promote better health and well-being among our youth, improve the school learning environment and combat problems such as drug abuse and violence. Also, your child will be asked to take the student California Healthy Kids Survey  (CHKS) survey.  Your child does not have to take the survey.  If you do not want your child to complete this survey, you must notify your school by signing and returning the consent/ withdrawal form.  Thank you for your participation!  The survey can also be accessed on our school website.
 
Holiday Free Shop: Community members in need are invited to come and shop for "nearly new" and gently used items.  Guests are able to shop for free or if they wish to pay we will be accepting cash donations for Kare Crisis Nursery.  Donations are also welcome, if you have gift worthy items for children or adults you can drop them off on Friday December 8th from 2:30-6:30 at Cottage Hill School in the Multi-Purpose room.  The Holiday Free shop will be held on Saturday December 9th 8:30-11:00 am at Cottage Hill School.
 
 
From Bear RIver Recreation & Park District: www.brrpd.org/530-268-7275
Winter Youth Basketball League:
Registrations OPEN for this fun youth development league for players in grades  2 - 8.
Separate girls and boys divisions. Now in its 23rd year.
Member of National Asscociation of Youth Sports and the Sierra Foothills Youth Basketball Conference.
Winter Break Basketball Camp:
January 3-4-5th
Registrations open!
Holiday Wreaths:
Bows, baubles and bells - decorate a holiday wreath that will last more than a season!
December 1st. Registrations due by November 24th.

Marlene Sharon
General Manager
Bear River Recreation & Park District
530-268-PARK (7275)
 
NEW OFFICE: 
Lake Center Plaza
MAIL: BRRPD
10042 Wolf Road, Ste.B, PMB #11
Grass Valley, CA 95949
PROGRAMS:
Evening Lap Swim 7:45-9:15 M-W; Passes Required -  November 8th
Fall Flag Football OPEN!
Winter Basketball League OPEN!
Winter Basketball Camp OPEN!
 
Student Council: Coins for Kindness drive now  until Thanksgiving break.
 
 

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 
 
 
Love & Logic Parenting Class 5:30 PM – 7 PM (Library)  11/30
 
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
December 8-15 Book Fair
 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Daily Bulletin November 15, 2017

 

 Congratulations to 6th graders Logan VanBourgondien, Carlie Harwood, Gene Genovese, Rylee Schafer and Zachary Smith for their participation in the Nevada County Spelling Tournament.  The Group performed well despite their coach giving them the wrong study list! Thank you for all of your hard work!!

Coins for Kindness continues until November 21st, thank you for your support!!

 
From the Library:
Wednesday, November 15th
2nd Read Aloud: When I was a Turkey by Joe Hutto
8:45 - 9:02 a.m.
Cold Mornings, Hot Drinks, Cool Stories!
Bring your pumkin spice lattes, macchiatos, hot chocalte or tea.
Please be on time and listen to the story!
 
Library Holiday Book Fair!
Just in time for your book gift giving needs!
Shop ONLINE from November 17 through December 8th.
Shop in  the Library December 8th through the 15th!
Visit the Book Fair website:
 
 
It's mandarin time again!!!
Student council will be selling delicious mandarins from Newcastle Ranch for $15.00 for a 10 lb.bag.  All proceeds benefit student activities. Students will be bringing home an order form today, all orders are due on November 17th and will be ready for pick-up on Monday, November 20th.
 
Sign the pledge to be smoke free!  The Great American Smoke Out is Thursday 11/16.  Students will be handing out treats by the bulletin boards in the sixth grade area and by the big gym during lunch on 11/14th and 15th.
 
 
 
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Parents' Corner:
 
Parent / Student Survey:The California School Parent Survey will be going home with your student on 11/14.  This is a very important survey that will help promote better health and well-being among our youth, improve the school learning environment and combat problems such as drug abuse and violence. Also, your child will be asked to take the student California Healthy Kids Survey  (CHKS) survey.  Your child does not have to take the survey.  If you do not want your child to complete this survey, you must notify your school by signing and returning the consent/ withdrawal form.  Thank you for your participation!  The survey can also be accessed on our school website.
 
Holiday Free Shop: Community members in need are invited to come and shop for "nearly new" and gently used items.  Guests are able to shop for free or if they wish to pay we will be accepting cash donations for Kare Crisis Nursery.  Donations are also welcome, if you have gift worthy items for children or adults you can drop them off on Friday December 8th from 2:30-6:30 at Cottage Hill School in the Multi-Purpose room.  The Holiday Free shop will be held on Saturday December 9th 8:30-11:00 am at Cottage Hill School.
 
 
From Bear RIver Recreation & Park District: www.brrpd.org/530-268-7275
Winter Youth Basketball League:
Registrations OPEN for this fun youth development league for players in grades  2 - 8.
Separate girls and boys divisions. Now in its 23rd year.
Member of National Asscociation of Youth Sports and the Sierra Foothills Youth Basketball Conference.
Winter Break Basketball Camp:
January 3-4-5th
Registrations open!
Holiday Wreaths:
Bows, baubles and bells - decorate a holiday wreath that will last more than a season!
December 1st. Registrations due by November 24th.

Marlene Sharon
General Manager
Bear River Recreation & Park District
530-268-PARK (7275)
 
NEW OFFICE: 
Lake Center Plaza
MAIL: BRRPD
10042 Wolf Road, Ste.B, PMB #11
Grass Valley, CA 95949
PROGRAMS:
Evening Lap Swim 7:45-9:15 M-W; Passes Required -  November 8th
Fall Flag Football OPEN!
Winter Basketball League OPEN!
Winter Basketball Camp OPEN!
 
Student Council: Coins for Kindness drive now  until Thanksgiving break. Bring in coins (or cash) to benefit those affected by the local fire crisis. Your first period teacher will be collecting the money. The class with the most total value of coins collected will receive a root beer float party courtesy of the Magnolia Student Council.
 
Yearbook:Help us create a memorable yearbook by submitting your photos of extracurricular activities. Our staff needs pictures of students with pets, students in clubs like scouts, lacrosse, or 4-H, and students taking instruction in dance, karate, or anything! 
Please email your digital photos and identify yourself and activity. Send these great photos to Mrs. Lavelle at llavelle@prsd.us.  
Thank you!
 

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
Homework Club
Date: 11/15/2017, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM
Location: B10
 
 
Love & Logic Parenting Class 5:30 PM – 7 PM (Library)  11/16 , 11/30
 
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 15 Fall Choral Concert 7pm
November 16 Fall Band Concert 7pm
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Daily Bulletin November 15, 2017

 
From the Library:
Wednesday, November 15th
2nd Read Aloud: When I was a Turkey by Joe Hutto
8:45 - 9:02 a.m.
Cold Mornings, Hot Drinks, Cool Stories!
Bring your pumkin spice lattes, macchiatos, hot chocalte or tea.
Please be on time and listen to the story!
 
Library Holiday Book Fair!
Just in time for your book gift giving needs!
Shop ONLINE from November 17 through December 8th.
Shop in  the Library December 8th through the 15th!
Visit the Book Fair website:
 
 
It's mandarin time again!!!
Student council will be selling delicious mandarins from Newcastle Ranch for $15.00 for a 10 lb.bag.  All proceeds benefit student activities. Students will be bringing home an order form today, all orders are due on November 17th and will be ready for pick-up on Monday, November 20th.
 
Sign the pledge to be smoke free!  The Great American Smoke Out is Thursday 11/16.  Students will be handing out treats by the bulletin boards in the sixth grade area and by the big gym during lunch on 11/14th and 15th.
 
 
 
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Parents' Corner:
 
Parent / Student Survey:The California School Parent Survey will be going home with your student on 11/14.  This is a very important survey that will help promote better health and well-being among our youth, improve the school learning environment and combat problems such as drug abuse and violence. Also, your child will be asked to take the student California Healthy Kids Survey  (CHKS) survey.  Your child does not have to take the survey.  If you do not want your child to complete this survey, you must notify your school by signing and returning the consent/ withdrawal form.  Thank you for your participation!  The survey can also be accessed on our school website.
 
Holiday Free Shop: Community members in need are invited to come and shop for "nearly new" and gently used items.  Guests are able to shop for free or if they wish to pay we will be accepting cash donations for Kare Crisis Nursery.  Donations are also welcome, if you have gift worthy items for children or adults you can drop them off on Friday December 8th from 2:30-6:30 at Cottage Hill School in the Multi-Purpose room.  The Holiday Free shop will be held on Saturday December 9th 8:30-11:00 am at Cottage Hill School.
 
 
From Bear RIver Recreation & Park District: www.brrpd.org/530-268-7275
Winter Youth Basketball League:
Registrations OPEN for this fun youth development league for players in grades  2 - 8.
Separate girls and boys divisions. Now in its 23rd year.
Member of National Asscociation of Youth Sports and the Sierra Foothills Youth Basketball Conference.
Winter Break Basketball Camp:
January 3-4-5th
Registrations open!
Holiday Wreaths:
Bows, baubles and bells - decorate a holiday wreath that will last more than a season!
December 1st. Registrations due by November 24th.

Marlene Sharon
General Manager
Bear River Recreation & Park District
530-268-PARK (7275)
 
NEW OFFICE: 
Lake Center Plaza
MAIL: BRRPD
10042 Wolf Road, Ste.B, PMB #11
Grass Valley, CA 95949
PROGRAMS:
Evening Lap Swim 7:45-9:15 M-W; Passes Required -  November 8th
Fall Flag Football OPEN!
Winter Basketball League OPEN!
Winter Basketball Camp OPEN!
 
Student Council: Coins for Kindness drive now  until Thanksgiving break. Bring in coins (or cash) to benefit those affected by the local fire crisis. Your first period teacher will be collecting the money. The class with the most total value of coins collected will receive a root beer float party courtesy of the Magnolia Student Council.
 
Yearbook:Help us create a memorable yearbook by submitting your photos of extracurricular activities. Our staff needs pictures of students with pets, students in clubs like scouts, lacrosse, or 4-H, and students taking instruction in dance, karate, or anything! 
Please email your digital photos and identify yourself and activity. Send these great photos to Mrs. Lavelle at llavelle@prsd.us.  
Thank you!
 

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
Homework Club
Date: 11/15/2017, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM
Location: B10
 
 
Love & Logic Parenting Class 5:30 PM – 7 PM (Library)  11/16 , 11/30
 
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 15 Fall Choral Concert 7pm
November 16 Fall Band Concert 7pm
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
 

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Daily Bulletin November 14, 2017

 
From the Library:
Wednesday, November 15th
2nd Read Aloud: When I was a Turkey by Joe Hutto
8:45 - 9:02 a.m.
Cold Mornings, Hot Drinks, Cool Stories!
Bring your pumkin spice lattes, macchiatos, hot chocalte or tea.
Please be on time and listen to the story!
 
Library Holiday Book Fair!
Just in time for your book gift giving needs!
Shop ONLINE from November 17 through December 8th.
Shop in  the Library December 8th through the 15th!
Visit the Book Fair website:
 
 
It's mandarin time again!!!
Student council will be selling delicious mandarins from Newcastle Ranch for $15.00 for a 10 lb.bag.  All proceeds benefit student activities. Students will be bringing home an order form today, all orders are due on November 17th and will be ready for pick-up on Monday, November 20th.
 
Sign the pledge to be smoke free!  The Great American Smoke Out is Thursday 11/16.  Students will be handing out treats by the bulletin boards in the sixth grade area and by the big gym during lunch on 11/14th and 15th.
 
 
 Homework Club 8 AM – 8:45 AM  11/14
 
 
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Parents' Corner:
 
Parent / Student Survey:The California School Parent Survey will be going home with your student today 11/14.  This is a very important survey that will help promote better health and well-being among our youth, improve the school learning environment and combat problems such as drug abuse and violence. Also, your child will be asked to take the student California Healthy Kids Survey  (CHKS) survey.  Your child does not have to take the survey.  If you do not want your child to complete this survey, you must notify your school by signing and returning the consent/ withdrawal form.  Thank you for your participation!  The survey can also be accessed on our school website on 11/14.
 
Holiday Free Shop: Community members in need are invited to come and shop for "nearly new" and gently used items.  Guests are able to shop for free or if they wish to pay we will be accepting cash donations for Kare Crisis Nursery.  Donations are also welcome, if you have gift worthy items for children or adults you can drop them off on Friday December 8th from 2:30-6:30 at Cottage Hill School in the Multi-Purpose room.  The Holiday Free shop will be held on Saturday December 9th 8:30-11:00 am at Cottage Hill School.
 
 
From Bear RIver Recreation & Park District: www.brrpd.org/530-268-7275
Winter Youth Basketball League:
Registrations OPEN for this fun youth development league for players in grades  2 - 8.
Separate girls and boys divisions. Now in its 23rd year.
Member of National Asscociation of Youth Sports and the Sierra Foothills Youth Basketball Conference.
Winter Break Basketball Camp:
January 3-4-5th
Registrations open!
Holiday Wreaths:
Bows, baubles and bells - decorate a holiday wreath that will last more than a season!
December 1st. Registrations due by November 24th.

Marlene Sharon
General Manager
Bear River Recreation & Park District
530-268-PARK (7275)
 
NEW OFFICE: 
Lake Center Plaza
MAIL: BRRPD
10042 Wolf Road, Ste.B, PMB #11
Grass Valley, CA 95949
PROGRAMS:
Evening Lap Swim 7:45-9:15 M-W; Passes Required -  November 8th
Fall Flag Football OPEN!
Winter Basketball League OPEN!
Winter Basketball Camp OPEN!
 
Student Council: Coins for Kindness drive now  until Thanksgiving break. Bring in coins (or cash) to benefit those affected by the local fire crisis. Your first period teacher will be collecting the money. The class with the most total value of coins collected will receive a root beer float party courtesy of the Magnolia Student Council.
 
Yearbook:Help us create a memorable yearbook by submitting your photos of extracurricular activities. Our staff needs pictures of students with pets, students in clubs like scouts, lacrosse, or 4-H, and students taking instruction in dance, karate, or anything! 
Please email your digital photos and identify yourself and activity. Send these great photos to Mrs. Lavelle at llavelle@prsd.us.  
Thank you!
 

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
Homework Club
Date: 11/15/2017, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM
Location: B10
 
 
Love & Logic Parenting Class 5:30 PM – 7 PM (Library)  11/16 , 11/30
 
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 15 Fall Choral Concert 7pm
November 16 Fall Band Concert 7pm
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
 

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
 
 
   

Daily Bulletin November 13, 2017

 
Congratulations to our Cross Country Teams who raced at beautiful Empire Mine State Park on  November 8.
6th Grade girls Gina, Kennedy, Natalia and Rilyyn were one runner shy of scoring as a team but all finished in top medal positions led by team mate Gina.
6th Grade boys Kaden, Ryder, Brady, Bradley, Crew, Nathan, Tyler, and Landon took first place for teams with 6 boys in top medal positions led by Kaden who was first overall.
7th Grade girls Maya and Ruth both took home medals for top positions, led by Maya, 2nd overall.
8th Grade girls Emma, Julia,Chelsea, Lexi, and Alexandra took first place for teams with all 5 girls in top medal positions led by Lexi.
8th grade John Herrera held 5 place overall with a personal best for time.
Great attitude and great competing teams!
 
It's mandarin time again!!!
Student council will be selling delicious mandarins from Newcastle Ranch for $15.00 for a 10 lb.bag.  All proceeds benefit student activities. Students will be bringing home an order form today, all orders are due on November 17th and will be ready for pick-up on Monday, November 20th.
 
 
Students are not allowed to sell candy on campus, you must check your box of candy in at the office and you may pick it up after school.  If students get caught selling candy at school they will lose the privilege of selling candy as a fundraiser.
 
 Homework Club 8 AM – 8:45 AM  11/14
 
 
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Parents' Corner:
 
 
 
Student Council: Coins for Kindness drive now  until Thanksgiving break. Bring in coins (or cash) to benefit those affected by the local fire crisis. Your first period teacher will be collecting the money. The class with the most total value of coins collected will receive a root beer float party courtesy of the Magnolia Student Council.
 
Yearbook:Help us create a memorable yearbook by submitting your photos of extracurricular activities. Our staff needs pictures of students with pets, students in clubs like scouts, lacrosse, or 4-H, and students taking instruction in dance, karate, or anything! 
Please email your digital photos and identify yourself and activity. Send these great photos to Mrs. Lavelle at llavelle@prsd.us.  
Thank you!
 

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 
 
Love & Logic Parenting Class 5:30 PM – 7 PM (Library)  11/16 , 11/30
 
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 15 Fall Choral Concert 7pm
November 16 Fall Band Concert 7pm
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
 

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
 
 
   

Daily Bulletin November 9, 2017

 
Students are not allowed to sell candy on campus, you must check your box of candy in at the office and you may pick it up after school.  If students get caught selling candy at school they will lose the privilege of selling candy as a fundraiser.
 
If you lost a retainer or similar dental appliance, please check the office to identify. 
 
Frozen yogurt will be for sale today in C4
 
November 10 Veterans Day observed - school is not in session
    
 
 
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Parents' Corner:
 

United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM), is proud to announce Food Access Saturday Supplemental groceries will be available on the second Saturday of each month. Upcoming 2017 Dates: Nov. 11th, Dec. 9th

WHERE: INTERFAITH FOOD MINISTRY
440 Henderson Street, Grass Valley

TIME: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Any working individuals & families who need food can participate. Saturday food distribution is for working families who either don't qualify for government assistance, or they do, however they still need a little extra help.

New clients will need to provide a picture ID, proof of residency in Nevada County and Social Security numbers for all those in the family.

For information call: 274-8111

 
Student Council: Coins for Kindness drive now  until Thanksgiving break. Bring in coins (or cash) to benefit those affected by the local fire crisis. Your first period teacher will be collecting the money. The class with the most total value of coins collected will receive a root beer float party courtesy of the Magnolia Student Council.
 
Yearbook:Help us create a memorable yearbook by submitting your photos of extracurricular activities. Our staff needs pictures of students with pets, students in clubs like scouts, lacrosse, or 4-H, and students taking instruction in dance, karate, or anything! 
Please email your digital photos and identify yourself and activity. Send these great photos to Mrs. Lavelle at llavelle@prsd.us.  
Thank you!
 

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
Homework Club 8 AM – 8:45 AM11/9
 
Love & Logic Parenting Class 5:30 PM – 7 PM (Library) 11/9 , 11/16 , 11/30
 
PTM 6:30 PM – 8 PM (Large Conference Room) 11/9
 
Site-Council 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM (Large Conference Room) 11/9
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

11/9 8th Grade Boys Volleyball - H - SH 4 PM – 5 PM

11/9 7th Grade Boys Volleyball - H - SH 5 PM – 6 PM

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 9 PTM 6:30 PM – 8 PM (Large Conference Room)
November 9 Site-Council 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM (Large Conference Room)
November 10 Veterans Day observed - school is not in session
November 15 Fall Choral Concert 7pm
November 16 Fall Band Concert 7pm
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
 

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
 
 
   

Daily Bulletin November 7, 2017

 
Homework Club
Date: 11/7/2017, 8 AM – 8:45 AM
 
November 10 Veterans Day observed - school is not in session
 
 
  

Cold Mornings, Hot Drinks,Cool Stories! In the Library Wednesday Mornings November 8th, 15th & 28th8:45a.m – 9:02a.m. Bring your own Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Macchiatos, Hot Chocolate or Tea! Rules: 1.  Must be on time (8:45 a.m.) 2.  Must stay for the entire Read-a-loud  (until 9:02 a.m.) 3.  Must LISTEN! Shhhhhh! Wednesday, November 8th 8:45 a.m. 9:02 a.m. 1st Read-a-Loud: Martina, the Beautiful Coackroach A story of LOVE, COFFEE and COCKROACHES! 

 
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Parents' Corner:
 
 Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.

   

Love and Logic classes: The six, weekly sessions begin on October 26th, 5:30-7:30, in the Magnolia Library.
 
Student Council will be sponsoring a Coins for Kindness drive for this week until Thanksgiving break. Bring in coins (or cash) to benefit those affected by the local fire crisis. Your first period teacher will be collecting the money. The class with the most total value of coins collected will receive a root beer float party courtesy of the Magnolia Student Council.
 
Help us create a memorable yearbook by submitting your photos of extracurricular activities. Our staff needs pictures of students with pets, students in clubs like scouts, lacrosse, or 4-H, and students taking instruction in dance, karate, or anything! 
Please email your digital photos and identify yourself and activity. Send these great photos to Mrs. Lavelle at llavelle@prsd.us.  
Thank you!
 

Class of 2018 pre - ordered t-shirts will be available for pick-up on Nov. 6. Please bring $8.00 into the Magnolia School Office before that date.  A second order of t-shirts will be printed if enough students are interested.  You may reserve a shirt for the next printing in the office.

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
 
 
Homework Club:
 
 Homework Club
Date: 11/7/2017, 8 AM – 8:45 AM
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

7th Grade Boys Volleyball - H - UH
Date: 11/7/2017, 4 PM – 5 PM

8th Grade Boys Volleyball - H - UH
Date: 11/7/2017, 5 PM – 6 PM

11/8 Cross Country Meet 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM (Empire MinePark)

 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 10 Veterans Day observed - school is not in session
November 15 Fall Choral Concert 7pm
November 16 Fall Band Concert 7pm
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
 

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
 
 
   

Daily Bulletin November 8th 2017

 
Students are not allowed to sell candy on campus, you must check your box of candy in at the office and you may pick it up after school.  If students get caught selling candy at school they will lose the privilege of selling candy as a fundraiser.
 
If you lost a retainer or similar dental appliance, please check the office to identify. 
 
Frozen yogurt will be for sale in C4 on Thursday 11/9
 
November 10 Veterans Day observed - school is not in session
    

Cold Mornings, Hot Drinks,Cool Stories! In the Library  starts today and continues  on the  15th & 29th 8:45a.m – 9:02a.m.

 
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Parents' Corner:
 

United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM), is proud to announce Food Access Saturday Supplemental groceries will be available on the second Saturday of each month. Upcoming 2017 Dates: Nov. 11th, Dec. 9th

WHERE: INTERFAITH FOOD MINISTRY
440 Henderson Street, Grass Valley

TIME: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Any working individuals & families who need food can participate. Saturday food distribution is for working families who either don't qualify for government assistance, or they do, however they still need a little extra help.

New clients will need to provide a picture ID, proof of residency in Nevada County and Social Security numbers for all those in the family.

For information call: 274-8111

 
Student Council: Coins for Kindness drive now  until Thanksgiving break. Bring in coins (or cash) to benefit those affected by the local fire crisis. Your first period teacher will be collecting the money. The class with the most total value of coins collected will receive a root beer float party courtesy of the Magnolia Student Council.
 
Yearbook:Help us create a memorable yearbook by submitting your photos of extracurricular activities. Our staff needs pictures of students with pets, students in clubs like scouts, lacrosse, or 4-H, and students taking instruction in dance, karate, or anything! 
Please email your digital photos and identify yourself and activity. Send these great photos to Mrs. Lavelle at llavelle@prsd.us.  
Thank you!
 

Class of 2018 pre - ordered t-shirts will be available for pick-up on Nov. 6. Please bring $8.00 into the Magnolia School Office before that date.  A second order of t-shirts will be printed if enough students are interested.  You may reserve a shirt for the next printing in the office.

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
Homework Club 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM (B10) 11/8
Homework Club 8 AM – 8:45 AM11/9
 
Love & Logic Parenting Class 5:30 PM – 7 PM (Library) 11/9 , 11/16 , 11/30
 
PTM 6:30 PM – 8 PM (Large Conference Room) 11/9
 
Site-Council 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM (Large Conference Room) 11/9
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

Link to order a yearbook

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

11/8 Cross Country Meet 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM (Empire MinePark)

11/8 8th Grade Boys Volleyball - A - RS 4 PM – 5 PM (Ready Springs)

11/9 8th Grade Boys Volleyball - H - SH 4 PM – 5 PM

11/9 7th Grade Boys Volleyball - H - SH 5 PM – 6 PM

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 9 PTM 6:30 PM – 8 PM (Large Conference Room)
November 9 Site-Council 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM (Large Conference Room)
November 10 Veterans Day observed - school is not in session
November 15 Fall Choral Concert 7pm
November 16 Fall Band Concert 7pm
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
 

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
 
 
   

Daily Bulletin November 6, 2017

 
Congratulations to our Cross Country teams who competed on a rigorous 1.5mile course  last Thursday!
6th grade girls Gina, Kennedy, Natalia and Rylinn raced in excellent form led by Gina with 2 in top medal positions.
6th grade boys Kaden, Ryder, Brady, Bradley, Crew, Nathan, Tyler, Landon, Zachary and Emilio placed 2nd overall led by Kaden with 5 boys in top medal positions.
7th grade girls Maddie and Maya also had an excellent race led by Maya who was 2 overall.
7th Grade solo stellar athlete John Herrera took home a medal for 6th runner overall.
8th Grade girls Alexandra, Lexi, Chelsea, Julia, and Emma dominated the course and took first place overall with all girls in top medal positions!
Excellent performance Runners!
  
  

Cold Mornings, Hot Drinks,Cool Stories! In the Library Wednesday Mornings November 8th, 15th & 28th8:45a.m – 9:45a.m. Bring your own Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Macchiatos, Hot Chocolate or Tea! Rules: 1.  Must be on time (8:45 a.m.) 2.  Must stay for the entire Read-a-loud  (until 9:02 a.m.) 3.  Must LISTEN! Shhhhhh! Wednesday, November 8th 8:45 a.m. 9:02 a.m. 1st Read-a-Loud: Martina, the Beautiful Coackroach A story of LOVE, COFFEE and COCKROACHES! 

 
 
 
 
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Parents' Corner:
 
 Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.

   

Love and Logic classes: The six, weekly sessions begin on October 26th, 5:30-7:30, in the Magnolia Library.
 
Student Council will be sponsoring a Coins for Kindness drive for this week until Thanksgiving break. Bring in coins (or cash) to benefit those affected by the local fire crisis. Your first period teacher will be collecting the money. The class with the most total value of coins collected will receive a root beer float party courtesy of the Magnolia Student Council.
 
Help us create a memorable yearbook by submitting your photos of extracurricular activities. Our staff needs pictures of students with pets, students in clubs like scouts, lacrosse, or 4-H, and students taking instruction in dance, karate, or anything! 
Please email your digital photos and identify yourself and activity. Send these great photos to Mrs. Lavelle at llavelle@prsd.us.  
Thank you!
 

Class of 2018 pre - ordered t-shirts will be available for pick-up on Nov. 6. Please bring $8.00 into the Magnolia School Office before that date.  A second order of t-shirts will be printed if enough students are interested.  You may reserve a shirt for the next printing in the office.

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
 
 
Homework Club:
 
 
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 10 Veterans Day observed - school is not in session
November 15 Fall Choral Concert 7pm
November 16 Fall Band Concert 7pm
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
 
 
   

Daily Bulletin November 3, 2017

 

Frozen yogurt will be for sale in C4 today

Cold Mornings, Hot Drinks,Cool Stories! In the Library Wednesday Mornings November 8th, 15th & 28th8:45a.m – 9:45a.m. Bring your own Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Macchiatos, Hot Chocolate or Tea! Rules: 1.  Must be on time (8:45 a.m.) 2.  Must stay for the entire Read-a-loud  (until 9:02 a.m.) 3.  Must LISTEN! Shhhhhh! Wednesday, November 8th 8:45 a.m. 9:02 a.m. 1st Read-a-Loud: Martina, the Beautiful Coackroach A story of LOVE, COFFEE and COCKROACHES! 

 
 
 
7/8th Grade Dance:
 All students must present their ID card at the dance. 
 
Homework Club 8 AM – 8:45 AM A1

 
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Parents' Corner:
 
 Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.

   

Love and Logic classes: The six, weekly sessions begin on October 26th, 5:30-7:30, in the Magnolia Library.
 
Student Council will be sponsoring a Coins for Kindness drive for this week until Thanksgiving break. Bring in coins (or cash) to benefit those affected by the local fire crisis. Your first period teacher will be collecting the money. The class with the most total value of coins collected will receive a root beer float party courtesy of the Magnolia Student Council.
 
Help us create a memorable yearbook by submitting your photos of extracurricular activities. Our staff needs pictures of students with pets, students in clubs like scouts, lacrosse, or 4-H, and students taking instruction in dance, karate, or anything! 
Please email your digital photos and identify yourself and activity. Send these great photos to Mrs. Lavelle at llavelle@prsd.us.  
Thank you!
 

Class of 2018 pre - ordered t-shirts will be available for pick-up on Nov. 6. Please bring $8.00 into the Magnolia School Office before that date.  A second order of t-shirts will be printed if enough students are interested.  You may reserve a shirt for the next printing in the office.

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
 
 
Homework Club:
 
 Homework Club 8 AM – 8:45 AM A1
 
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 10 Veterans Day observed - school is not in session
November 15 Fall Choral Concert 7pm
November 16 Fall Band Concert 7pm
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
 
 
   

Daily Bulletin November 2, 2017

 

Cold Mornings, Hot Drinks,Cool Stories! In the Library Wednesday Mornings November 8th, 15th & 28th8:45a.m – 9:45a.m. Bring your own Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Macchiatos, Hot Chocolate or Tea! Rules: 1.  Must be on time (8:45 a.m.) 2.  Must stay for the entire Read-a-loud  (until 9:02 a.m.) 3.  Must LISTEN! Shhhhhh! Wednesday, November 8th 8:45 a.m. 9:02 a.m. 1st Read-a-Loud: Martina, the Beautiful Coackroach A story of LOVE, COFFEE and COCKROACHES! 

 
Cross Country Meet
Date: 11/2/2017, 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Location: Seven Hillls
 
 
7/8th Grade Dance:
Fall Ball this Friday November 3rd 7-9pm.  Permission slips are available in the office and must be turned in by today! - Thursday 11/2.  All students must present their ID card at the dance.
 
Homework Club
Date: 11/1/2017, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM
Location: B10
 
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Parents' Corner:
 
 Homework Club:
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday mornings 8 to 8:45, Wednesday after school 3:30-4:15 most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.

   

Love and Logic classes: The six, weekly sessions begin on October 26th, 5:30-7:30, in the Magnolia Library.
 
Student Council will be sponsoring a Coins for Kindness drive for this week until Thanksgiving break. Bring in coins (or cash) to benefit those affected by the local fire crisis. Your first period teacher will be collecting the money. The class with the most total value of coins collected will receive a root beer float party courtesy of the Magnolia Student Council.
 
Help us create a memorable yearbook by submitting your photos of extracurricular activities. Our staff needs pictures of students with pets, students in clubs like scouts, lacrosse, or 4-H, and students taking instruction in dance, karate, or anything! 
Please email your digital photos and identify yourself and activity. Send these great photos to Mrs. Lavelle at llavelle@prsd.us.  
Thank you!
 

Class of 2018 pre - ordered t-shirts will be available for pick-up on Nov. 6. Please bring $8.00 into the Magnolia School Office before that date.  A second order of t-shirts will be printed if enough students are interested.  You may reserve a shirt for the next printing in the office.

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.

 
 
 
Homework Club:
 
 
 Homework Club
Date: 11/1/2017, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM
Location: B10
 
 

Link to our School Website

Link to our School Calendar

Link to Bell/Dismissal schedule

 

Monday through Thursday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 3:15

Friday school starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 2:25

Minimum Day Schedule school is dismissed at 1:20

 

 Sports:

 Cross Country Meet
Date: 11/2/2017, 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Location: Seven Hillls 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
Coins for Kindness 10/23-11/21
November 10 Veterans Day observed - school is not in session
November 15 Fall Choral Concert 7pm
November 16 Fall Band Concert 7pm
November 17 Minimum Day Schedule
November 22-24 Thanksgiving Recess
 

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!