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Daily Bulletin May 22, 2018

 

Yearbook reminder:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay, the deadline for orders is May 31st.

 

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Parents' Corner:
 
Current 6th Grade students (Incoming 7th grade students 2018/2019 ):
 All incoming 7th graders need to bring proof of Tdap booster shot (or valid medical waiver) BEFORE the start of 7th grade. Students that have not presented proof of compliance with California immunization laws will not be admitted to seventh grade.
 
  
7/8th Grade Family Life:

Rebekah Thompson a representative of the Living Well Medical Clinic of Grass Valley will provide the Family Life instruction.  Seventh graders will receive this curriculum in their science class from May 21-24.  Eighth graders will receive this curriculum in their science class from May 29-June 1.   You may contact Ms. Thompson at either 530.648.0227 or rebekah@livingwellmedicalclinic.com for information on the curriculum.   Parents are always invited to observe classes at Magnolia.  Please schedule in advance. 

State law allows you to remove your student from this instruction. If you do not want your student to participate in comprehensive sexual health or HIV prevention education, please give a written request to the Magnolia office before this unit of instruction begins.

 

PTM:

We need to submit nominations for next year's PTM board. This opportunity is open to all the Magnolia parents. The positions needed to make a full quorum are: President, Treasurer and Secretary. Other positions can be fulfilled as well such as Vice President, Fundraiser Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator, Social Media guru and Committee members. 
 
*We will be meeting one last time this school year as a PTM Board to vote on who will fill those vacancies. It is Thursday, May 31st at 6:30 in the Conference Room.* ALL ARE WELCOME!
 
Nominations can be submitted to the office or you can email Carrie Lyman with those names. Carrie Lyman <carrie.lyman@gmail.com>
 
Parents of  8th graders traveling to Washington D.C. and New York City. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 P.M. in the gym, there will be a final parent meeting. It is of the utmost importance that at least one parent is present for this meeting. I will be passing out itineraries, flight schedules, and other important information. Look forward to seeing all of you. Mr. Croft
 
 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay, the deadline for orders is May 31st.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
Pop-Up Book Fair! Prizes-Popcorn-Books:
June 15th - June 25th, 12-8pm at the Lake Center Plaza next to Holiday Market, 10988 Combie Road.  All sales benefit Magnolia Intermediate School Library and Bear River Recreation & Park District. All items are brand new , suitable for toddler, pre-school, adult, young adult, middle school and elementary. 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 28 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday
May 31 PTM meeting 6:30pm large conference room
June 7  Last day of school ,minimum day - 8th grade promotion ceremony 7PM

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 21, 2018

 

 All students: Hot water will not be available during lunch for the rest of the school year.

 

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Parents' Corner:
 
7/8th Grade Family Life:

Rebekah Thompson a representative of the Living Well Medical Clinic of Grass Valley will provide the Family Life instruction.  Seventh graders will receive this curriculum in their science class from May 21-24.  Eighth graders will receive this curriculum in their science class from May 29-June 1.   You may contact Ms. Thompson at either 530.648.0227 or rebekah@livingwellmedicalclinic.com for information on the curriculum.   Parents are always invited to observe classes at Magnolia.  Please schedule in advance. 

State law allows you to remove your student from this instruction. If you do not want your student to participate in comprehensive sexual health or HIV prevention education, please give a written request to the Magnolia office before this unit of instruction begins.

PTM:

We need to submit nominations for next year's PTM board. This opportunity is open to all the Magnolia parents. The positions needed to make a full quorum are: President, Treasurer and Secretary. Other positions can be fulfilled as well such as Vice President, Fundraiser Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator, Social Media guru and Committee members. 
 
*We will be meeting one last time this school year as a PTM Board to vote on who will fill those vacancies. It is Thursday, May 31st at 6:30 in the Conference Room.* ALL ARE WELCOME!
 
Nominations can be submitted to the office or you can email Carrie Lyman with those names. Carrie Lyman <carrie.lyman@gmail.com>
 
Parents of  8th graders traveling to Washington D.C. and New York City. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 P.M. in the gym, there will be a final parent meeting. It is of the utmost importance that at least one parent is present for this meeting. I will be passing out itineraries, flight schedules, and other important information. Look forward to seeing all of you. Mr. Croft
 
 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay, the deadline for orders is May 31st.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
Pop-Up Book Fair! Prizes-Popcorn-Books:
June 15th - June 25th, 12-8pm at the Lake Center Plaza next to Holiday Market, 10988 Combie Road.  All sales benefit Magnolia Intermediate School Library and Bear River Recreation & Park District. All items are brand new , suitable for toddler, pre-school, adult, young adult, middle school and elementary. 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday
May 31 PTM meeting 6:30pm large conference room
June 7  Last day of school ,minimum day - 8th grade promotion ceremony 7PM

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 18, 2017

 

 All students: Hot water will not be available during lunch for the rest of the school year.

Behavior Point Recovery:  There is an opportunity this Saturday for 7th & 8th grade students who need a community service opportunity to earn back behavior points.  The Rotary Club of Grass Valley needs volunteers to help with their bicycle event.  You will be at Magnolia and the event is from 11:30-4:00.  Please notify Mr. Morgan on Friday if you are interested.

Frozen yogurt will be for sale in C4 today during lunch

 
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Parents' Corner:
 
7/8th Grade Family Life:

Rebekah Thompson a representative of the Living Well Medical Clinic of Grass Valley will provide the Family Life instruction.  Seventh graders will receive this curriculum in their science class from May 21-24.  Eighth graders will receive this curriculum in their science class from May 29-June 1.   You may contact Ms. Thompson at either 530.648.0227 or rebekah@livingwellmedicalclinic.com for information on the curriculum.   Parents are always invited to observe classes at Magnolia.  Please schedule in advance. 

State law allows you to remove your student from this instruction. If you do not want your student to participate in comprehensive sexual health or HIV prevention education, please give a written request to the Magnolia office before this unit of instruction begins.

PTM:

We need to submit nominations for next year's PTM board. This opportunity is open to all the Magnolia parents. The positions needed to make a full quorum are: President, Treasurer and Secretary. Other positions can be fulfilled as well such as Vice President, Fundraiser Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator, Social Media guru and Committee members. 
 
*We will be meeting one last time this school year as a PTM Board to vote on who will fill those vacancies. It is Thursday, May 31st at 6:30 in the Conference Room.* ALL ARE WELCOME!
 
Nominations can be submitted to the office or you can email Carrie Lyman with those names. Carrie Lyman <carrie.lyman@gmail.com>
 
Parents of  8th graders traveling to Washington D.C. and New York City. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 P.M. in the gym, there will be a final parent meeting. It is of the utmost importance that at least one parent is present for this meeting. I will be passing out itineraries, flight schedules, and other important information. Look forward to seeing all of you. Mr. Croft
 
 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay, the deadline for orders is May 31st.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
Pop-Up Book Fair! Prizes-Popcorn-Books:
June 15th - June 25th, 12-8pm at the Lake Center Plaza next to Holiday Market, 10988 Combie Road.  All sales benefit Magnolia Intermediate School Library and Bear River Recreation & Park District. All items are brand new , suitable for toddler, pre-school, adult, young adult, middle school and elementary. 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday
May 31 PTM meeting 6:30pm large conference room
June 7  Last day of school ,minimum day - 8th grade promotion ceremony 7PM

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 17, 2018

 

 All students: Hot water will not be available during lunch for the rest of the school year.

6th & 7th Graders:  Drama Auditions are this week for the 2018 – 2019 school year! Primary auditions will be during lunch today,  5/17.  If you have a conflict, you may make special arrangements with Mrs. Hill to audition either before school or at lunch the following week. 

Magnolia Band Concert
Date: 5/17/2018, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM  

Frozen yogurt will be for sale in C4 tomorrow during lunch

 
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Parents' Corner:
 
News from Bear River High School:
Today, May 17, BRHS will be hosting a playoff baseball game at 4pm.   we are expecting a big crowd and the parking challenges that will go along with that, please be cautious , patient and plan accordingly.
 
PTM:
We need to submit nominations for next year's PTM board. This opportunity is open to all the Magnolia parents. The positions needed to make a full quorum are: President, Treasurer and Secretary. Other positions can be fulfilled as well such as Vice President, Fundraiser Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator, Social Media guru and Committee members. 
 
*We will be meeting one last time this school year as a PTM Board to vote on who will fill those vacancies. It is Thursday, May 31st at 6:30 in the Conference Room.* ALL ARE WELCOME!
 
Nominations can be submitted to the office or you can email Carrie Lyman with those names. Carrie Lyman <carrie.lyman@gmail.com>
 
Parents of  8th graders traveling to Washington D.C. and New York City. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 P.M. in the gym, there will be a final parent meeting. It is of the utmost importance that at least one parent is present for this meeting. I will be passing out itineraries, flight schedules, and other important information. Look forward to seeing all of you. Mr. Croft
 
 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay, the deadline for orders is May 31st.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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 

 

Upcoming Dates:
May 17 Band Concert 7:30-8:30
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday
May 31 PTM meeting 6:30pm large conference room
June 7  Last day of school ,minimum day - 8th grade promotion ceremony 7PM

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 16, 2018

 

6th & 7th Graders:  Drama Auditions are this week for the 2018 – 2019 school year! Primary auditions will be during lunch on  Thursday,  5/17.  If you have a conflict, you may make special arrangements with Mrs. Hill to audition either before school or at lunch the following week. 

Magnolia Band Concert
Date: 5/17/2018, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM  

 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Parents' Corner:
 
 
Parents of  8th graders traveling to Washington D.C. and New York City. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 P.M. in the gym, there will be a final parent meeting. It is of the utmost importance that at least one parent is present for this meeting. I will be passing out itineraries, flight schedules, and other important information. Look forward to seeing all of you. Mr. Croft
  

State Testing: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), will begin this week.  Sixth graders begin testing Wednesday, May 2nd, 7th graders begin Wednesday, May 9th, and 8th graders begin Wednesday, May 16th.  

Whether you agree or disagree with standardized test, the political reality is that the quality of a Magnolia education is judged by these tests.  Data from these assessments are used by the school to identify deficiencies Magnolia may have in our curriculum and/or instruction; thus guiding our future professional development for teachers and curriculum choices.  These test measure both your student's academic growth and their progress toward achieving grade level standards.  CAASPP results combined with other data are used to develop strategies to target interventions in academic areas that a student has not demonstrated proficiency.

Please encourage your student to put forth their best effort!  We need an accurate measure of your child's skills and knowledge to evaluate Magnolia's effort to provide a quality education to the students of our community.

 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay, the deadline for orders is May 31st.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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 

 

Upcoming Dates:
May 17 Band Concert 7:30-8:30
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday
June 7  Last day of school ,minimum day - 8th grade promotion ceremony 7PM

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 15, 2018

 

6th & 7th Graders:  Drama Auditions are this week for the 2018 – 2019 school year! Primary auditions will be during lunch today  and Thursday, 5/15 and 5/17.  If you have a conflict, you may make special arrangements with me to audition either before school or at lunch the following week. 

May 31st is the last day to order your yearbook online.

Magnolia Band Concert
Date: 5/17/2018, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM  

 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Parents' Corner:
 
 
Parents of  8th graders traveling to Washington D.C. and New York City. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 P.M. in the gym, there will be a final parent meeting. It is of the utmost importance that at least one parent is present for this meeting. I will be passing out itineraries, flight schedules, and other important information. Look forward to seeing all of you. Mr. Croft
  

State Testing: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), will begin this week.  Sixth graders begin testing Wednesday, May 2nd, 7th graders begin Wednesday, May 9th, and 8th graders begin Wednesday, May 16th.  

Whether you agree or disagree with standardized test, the political reality is that the quality of a Magnolia education is judged by these tests.  Data from these assessments are used by the school to identify deficiencies Magnolia may have in our curriculum and/or instruction; thus guiding our future professional development for teachers and curriculum choices.  These test measure both your student's academic growth and their progress toward achieving grade level standards.  CAASPP results combined with other data are used to develop strategies to target interventions in academic areas that a student has not demonstrated proficiency.

Please encourage your student to put forth their best effort!  We need an accurate measure of your child's skills and knowledge to evaluate Magnolia's effort to provide a quality education to the students of our community.

 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay, the deadline for orders is May 31st.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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 

 

Upcoming Dates:
May 17 Band Concert 7:30-8:30
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday
June 7  Last day of school ,minimum day - 8th grade promotion ceremony 7PM

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 14th, 2018

 

May 31st is the last day to order your yearbook online.

 

 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Parents' Corner:
 
 
Parents of  8th graders traveling to Washington D.C. and New York City. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 P.M. in the gym, there will be a final parent meeting. It is of the utmost importance that at least one parent is present for this meeting. I will be passing out itineraries, flight schedules, and other important information. Look forward to seeing all of you. Mr. Croft
  

State Testing: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), will begin this week.  Sixth graders begin testing Wednesday, May 2nd, 7th graders begin Wednesday, May 9th, and 8th graders begin Wednesday, May 16th.  

Whether you agree or disagree with standardized test, the political reality is that the quality of a Magnolia education is judged by these tests.  Data from these assessments are used by the school to identify deficiencies Magnolia may have in our curriculum and/or instruction; thus guiding our future professional development for teachers and curriculum choices.  These test measure both your student's academic growth and their progress toward achieving grade level standards.  CAASPP results combined with other data are used to develop strategies to target interventions in academic areas that a student has not demonstrated proficiency.

Please encourage your student to put forth their best effort!  We need an accurate measure of your child's skills and knowledge to evaluate Magnolia's effort to provide a quality education to the students of our community.

 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay, the deadline for orders is May 31st.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday
June 7  Last day of school ,minimum day - 8th grade promotion ceremony 7PM

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 11, 2018

 

Frozen yogurt will be for sale in C4 today

6th & 7th Graders:  Drama Auditions are next week for the 2018 – 2019 school year!  If you are interested in the performing arts, would like to have fun being creative with friends, be a part of the spring production, and make a movie, then Theatre Arts is the class for you.  Theatre Arts is a yearlong class that you must audition for to be accepted - no experience is necessary!  You need to attend a short informational meeting at the beginning of lunch break Wednesday, 5/9, in the drama room, D1, to receive your audition piece – or see me at lunch any day this week.  If you cannot attend the informational meeting then you must see me before auditions to get your audition piece and signature page.  Primary auditions will be during lunch on both Tuesday and Thursday, 5/15 and 5/17.  If you have a conflict, you may make special arrangements with me to audition either before school or at lunch the following week.

Attention 6th and 7th Graders:
If you are interested in being a part of the Magnolia Student Council for the 2018-2019 school year, pick up an application in the office. The available positions are 8th grade president, 8th grade vice-president, 7th grade president, 7th grade vice-president, public relations officer, treasurer, and secretary. Applications are due back to Mrs. Lavelle by May 14th.
  
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Parents' Corner:
 
 
Parents of  8th graders traveling to Washington D.C. and New York City. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 P.M. in the gym, there will be a final parent meeting. It is of the utmost importance that at least one parent is present for this meeting. I will be passing out itineraries, flight schedules, and other important information. Look forward to seeing all of you. Mr. Croft
  

State Testing: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), will begin this week.  Sixth graders begin testing Wednesday, May 2nd, 7th graders begin Wednesday, May 9th, and 8th graders begin Wednesday, May 16th.  

Whether you agree or disagree with standardized test, the political reality is that the quality of a Magnolia education is judged by these tests.  Data from these assessments are used by the school to identify deficiencies Magnolia may have in our curriculum and/or instruction; thus guiding our future professional development for teachers and curriculum choices.  These test measure both your student's academic growth and their progress toward achieving grade level standards.  CAASPP results combined with other data are used to develop strategies to target interventions in academic areas that a student has not demonstrated proficiency.

Please encourage your student to put forth their best effort!  We need an accurate measure of your child's skills and knowledge to evaluate Magnolia's effort to provide a quality education to the students of our community.

 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday
June 7  Last day of school ,minimum day - 8th grade promotion ceremony 7PM

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 10, 2018

Incoming Bear River students:
If you are interested in playing sports at Bear River, please attend a brief meeting during lunch in A5 today.
 

Students you may earn up to 3 behavior points to reestablish the 100 pts. for Rattler Rhumba. You may not earn them back in the trimester you lose them. 8th Grade Rhumba will be at the end of the year. 6th & 7th Graders your Rhumba will be at the beginning of next year.

6th & 7th Graders:  Drama Auditions are next week for the 2018 – 2019 school year!  If you are interested in the performing arts, would like to have fun being creative with friends, be a part of the spring production, and make a movie, then Theatre Arts is the class for you.  Theatre Arts is a yearlong class that you must audition for to be accepted - no experience is necessary!  You need to attend a short informational meeting at the beginning of lunch break Wednesday, 5/9, in the drama room, D1, to receive your audition piece – or see me at lunch any day this week.  If you cannot attend the informational meeting then you must see me before auditions to get your audition piece and signature page.  Primary auditions will be during lunch on both Tuesday and Thursday, 5/15 and 5/17.  If you have a conflict, you may make special arrangements with me to audition either before school or at lunch the following week.

Attention 6th and 7th Graders:
If you are interested in being a part of the Magnolia Student Council for the 2018-2019 school year, pick up an application in the office. The available positions are 8th grade president, 8th grade vice-president, 7th grade president, 7th grade vice-president, public relations officer, treasurer, and secretary. Applications are due back to Mrs. Lavelle by May 14th.
  
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Parents' Corner:
 
 
PTM
Date: 5/10/2018, 6:30 PM – 8 PM
Location: Large Conference Room
 
Parents of  8th graders traveling to Washington D.C. and New York City. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 P.M. in the gym, there will be a final parent meeting. It is of the utmost importance that at least one parent is present for this meeting. I will be passing out itineraries, flight schedules, and other important information. Look forward to seeing all of you. Mr. Croft
  

State Testing: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), will begin this week.  Sixth graders begin testing Wednesday, May 2nd, 7th graders begin Wednesday, May 9th, and 8th graders begin Wednesday, May 16th.  

Whether you agree or disagree with standardized test, the political reality is that the quality of a Magnolia education is judged by these tests.  Data from these assessments are used by the school to identify deficiencies Magnolia may have in our curriculum and/or instruction; thus guiding our future professional development for teachers and curriculum choices.  These test measure both your student's academic growth and their progress toward achieving grade level standards.  CAASPP results combined with other data are used to develop strategies to target interventions in academic areas that a student has not demonstrated proficiency.

Please encourage your student to put forth their best effort!  We need an accurate measure of your child's skills and knowledge to evaluate Magnolia's effort to provide a quality education to the students of our community.

 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
May 10 PTM 6:30PM large conference room
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday
June 7  Last day of school ,minimum day - 8th grade promotion ceremony 7PM

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 9, 2018

 

Students you may earn up to 3 behavior points to reestablish the 100 pts. for Rattler Rhumba. You may not earn them back in the trimester you lose them. 8th Grade Rhumba will be at the end of the year. 6th & 7th Graders your Rhumba will be at the beginning of next year.

6th & 7th Graders:  Drama Auditions are next week for the 2018 – 2019 school year!  If you are interested in the performing arts, would like to have fun being creative with friends, be a part of the spring production, and make a movie, then Theatre Arts is the class for you.  Theatre Arts is a yearlong class that you must audition for to be accepted - no experience is necessary!  You need to attend a short informational meeting at the beginning of lunch break Wednesday, 5/9, in the drama room, D1, to receive your audition piece – or see me at lunch any day this week.  If you cannot attend the informational meeting then you must see me before auditions to get your audition piece and signature page.  Primary auditions will be during lunch on both Tuesday and Thursday, 5/15 and 5/17.  If you have a conflict, you may make special arrangements with me to audition either before school or at lunch the following week.

Incoming Bear River students:
If you are interested in playing sports at Bear River, please attend a brief meeting during lunch in A5 on May 10th.
   
Attention 6th and 7th Graders:
If you are interested in being a part of the Magnolia Student Council for the 2018-2019 school year, pick up an application in the office. The available positions are 8th grade president, 8th grade vice-president, 7th grade president, 7th grade vice-president, public relations officer, treasurer, and secretary. Applications are due back to Mrs. Lavelle by May 14th.
 
 
 
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Parents' Corner:
 
 
PTM
Date: 5/10/2018, 6:30 PM – 8 PM
Location: Large Conference Room
 
Parents of  8th graders traveling to Washington D.C. and New York City. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 P.M. in the gym, there will be a final parent meeting. It is of the utmost importance that at least one parent is present for this meeting. I will be passing out itineraries, flight schedules, and other important information. Look forward to seeing all of you. Mr. Croft
  

State Testing: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), will begin this week.  Sixth graders begin testing Wednesday, May 2nd, 7th graders begin Wednesday, May 9th, and 8th graders begin Wednesday, May 16th.  

Whether you agree or disagree with standardized test, the political reality is that the quality of a Magnolia education is judged by these tests.  Data from these assessments are used by the school to identify deficiencies Magnolia may have in our curriculum and/or instruction; thus guiding our future professional development for teachers and curriculum choices.  These test measure both your student's academic growth and their progress toward achieving grade level standards.  CAASPP results combined with other data are used to develop strategies to target interventions in academic areas that a student has not demonstrated proficiency.

Please encourage your student to put forth their best effort!  We need an accurate measure of your child's skills and knowledge to evaluate Magnolia's effort to provide a quality education to the students of our community.

 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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 

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
May 10 PTM 6:30PM large conference room
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday
June 7  Last day of school- 8th grade promotion ceremony 7PM

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 8, 2018

 

Track News:  Magnolia had their last track and field meet of the season, Wednesday at Nevada Union.  The Rattlers finished an impressive season finishing 3rd out of 10 schools. An impressive 8th grade showing.  Kayla Scheda set a new PR of 13.5 to win the long jump and Julia Pisenti came in second with 13.3.   In High Jump Jordan Foster came in first and Kayla Scheda 2nd. Annabelle Boan took 2nd in disc and Bailey Ham 4th.  The 4 x 100 relay teams of; Julia Pisenti, Chelsea Herron, Annabelle Boan and Jordan Foster took second and Amy Ismail, Kayla Scheda, Corina Shaw and Morgan Peterson in third. Paxton Waters helped score points in the hurdles and Trysten in the mile.

Our fierce seventh graders ran away with all sprint races! Liam Cutter winning the 100 and 200. Cody Lybbert winning the high jump and hurdles. Andrew Tice-Raskin did well in long jump and Donovan Hurd in Hurdles. To finish the season Donovan Hurd, Cody Lybbert, Andrew Tice -Raskin and Liam Cutter won the 4 x 100 relay. Kaia Kothe scored in the 100 and hurdles while Genisis Olson ran impressive hurdle races. Maya Bussinger, 7th grade distance runner extraordinaire ran an excellent 1600.

Our 6th grade Hurdles stand outs Gina Genovese did it again and won Hurdles with Natalia Williams in a close 2nd. Allie Pallinger jumped to victory again in high jump. Rilyn Waters and Ryder Hensley helped score in the high jump while Crew Wilson took his hurdles race with ease and Justin Edgar helped the Rattlers score running in the 7th grade relay.

Thank you all for your support of Magnolia Track. What a fun season!!

**Track and Field PARTY will be Tuesday, May 8th from 3:30-5:00 with awards from 5:00-5:30. Parents are encouraged to attend. We will be on the lower field for games and food followed by awards.

6th & 7th Graders:  Drama Auditions are next week for the 2018 – 2019 school year!  If you are interested in the performing arts, would like to have fun being creative with friends, be a part of the spring production, and make a movie, then Theatre Arts is the class for you.  Theatre Arts is a yearlong class that you must audition for to be accepted - no experience is necessary!  You need to attend a short informational meeting at the beginning of lunch break Wednesday, 5/9, in the drama room, D1, to receive your audition piece – or see me at lunch any day this week.  If you cannot attend the informational meeting then you must see me before auditions to get your audition piece and signature page.  Primary auditions will be during lunch on both Tuesday and Thursday, 5/15 and 5/17.  If you have a conflict, you may make special arrangements with me to audition either before school or at lunch the following week.

Incoming Bear River students:
If you are interested in playing sports at Bear River, please attend a brief meeting during lunch in A5 on May 10th.
   
Attention 6th and 7th Graders:
If you are interested in being a part of the Magnolia Student Council for the 2018-2019 school year, pick up an application in the office. The available positions are 8th grade president, 8th grade vice-president, 7th grade president, 7th grade vice-president, public relations officer, treasurer, and secretary. Applications are due back to Mrs. Lavelle by May 14th.
 
 
 
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Parents' Corner:
 
Parents of  8th graders traveling to Washington D.C. and New York City. Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00 P.M. in the gym, there will be a final parent meeting. It is of the utmost importance that at least one parent is present for this meeting. I will be passing out itineraries, flight schedules, and other important information. Look forward to seeing all of you. Mr. Croft
  

State Testing: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), will begin this week.  Sixth graders begin testing Wednesday, May 2nd, 7th graders begin Wednesday, May 9th, and 8th graders begin Wednesday, May 16th.  

Whether you agree or disagree with standardized test, the political reality is that the quality of a Magnolia education is judged by these tests.  Data from these assessments are used by the school to identify deficiencies Magnolia may have in our curriculum and/or instruction; thus guiding our future professional development for teachers and curriculum choices.  These test measure both your student's academic growth and their progress toward achieving grade level standards.  CAASPP results combined with other data are used to develop strategies to target interventions in academic areas that a student has not demonstrated proficiency.

Please encourage your student to put forth their best effort!  We need an accurate measure of your child's skills and knowledge to evaluate Magnolia's effort to provide a quality education to the students of our community.

 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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:

**Track and Field PARTY will be Tuesday, May 8th from 3:30-5:00 with awards from 5:00-5:30. Parents are encouraged to attend. We will be on the lower field for games and food followed by awards.

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
 
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 7, 2018

 
Incoming Bear River students:
If you are interested in playing sports at Bear River, please attend a brief meeting during lunch in A5 on May 10th.
   
Attention 6th and 7th Graders:
If you are interested in being a part of the Magnolia Student Council for the 2018-2019 school year, pick up an application in the office. The available positions are 8th grade president, 8th grade vice-president, 7th grade president, 7th grade vice-president, public relations officer, treasurer, and secretary. Applications are due back to Mrs. Lavelle by May 14th.
 
 
Cheer Tryouts at BRHS
$25
BRHS MPR
3:30-5:30
May 8th - 10th
Any questions, contact Jordan (530)575-7179

 

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Parents' Corner:
 
 
School Safety Meeting tonight at Bear River High School:
In response to recent concerns regarding school safety, there will be a South County School Safety Forum on Monday, May 7th from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the Bear River High School theater.  

We will have representation from:
·        Nevada County Sheriff’s Office
·        California Highway Patrol
·        Higgins Fire Department
·        Nevada County Office of Emergency Services
·        Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office
·        South County School Administrators

All parents and community members are invited to attend.  You will learn about what plans and procedures are in place to ensure the safety of our students, and what you can/should do in the case of a school emergency.
 

State Testing: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), will begin this week.  Sixth graders begin testing Wednesday, May 2nd, 7th graders begin Wednesday, May 9th, and 8th graders begin Wednesday, May 16th.  

Whether you agree or disagree with standardized test, the political reality is that the quality of a Magnolia education is judged by these tests.  Data from these assessments are used by the school to identify deficiencies Magnolia may have in our curriculum and/or instruction; thus guiding our future professional development for teachers and curriculum choices.  These test measure both your student's academic growth and their progress toward achieving grade level standards.  CAASPP results combined with other data are used to develop strategies to target interventions in academic areas that a student has not demonstrated proficiency.

Please encourage your student to put forth their best effort!  We need an accurate measure of your child's skills and knowledge to evaluate Magnolia's effort to provide a quality education to the students of our community.

 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
  
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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:

Track and Field: Season practices will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 3:30-5:00  Scheduled season 4/3-5/10.

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
 
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 4, 2018

 
Frozen yogurt will be for sale today in C4.
 
Attention 6th and 7th Graders:
If you are interested in being a part of the Magnolia Student Council for the 2018-2019 school year, pick up an application in the office. The available positions are 8th grade president, 8th grade vice-president, 7th grade president, 7th grade vice-president, public relations officer, treasurer, and secretary. Applications are due back to Mrs. Lavelle by May 14th.
 
This week before school we are having a plant sale in front of the office. There will be a variety of vegetable and flower starts for $3.00 each. Sierra Harvest provides all of these plants to local schools. The proceeds will help towards the cost of our Harvest of the Month program. Please come and support this program and pick up a plant for your garden.
 
Cheer Tryouts at BRHS
$25
BRHS MPR
3:30-5:30
May 8th - 10th
Any questions, contact Jordan (530)575-7179

 

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Parents' Corner:
 
Band/Choir: Choir & Band Festival
Date: 5/4/2018 – 5/5/2018, 11:59 PM
Location: Milpitas HS & Great America
  

State Testing: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), will begin this week.  Sixth graders begin testing Wednesday, May 2nd, 7th graders begin Wednesday, May 9th, and 8th graders begin Wednesday, May 16th.  

Whether you agree or disagree with standardized test, the political reality is that the quality of a Magnolia education is judged by these tests.  Data from these assessments are used by the school to identify deficiencies Magnolia may have in our curriculum and/or instruction; thus guiding our future professional development for teachers and curriculum choices.  These test measure both your student's academic growth and their progress toward achieving grade level standards.  CAASPP results combined with other data are used to develop strategies to target interventions in academic areas that a student has not demonstrated proficiency.

Please encourage your student to put forth their best effort!  We need an accurate measure of your child's skills and knowledge to evaluate Magnolia's effort to provide a quality education to the students of our community.

 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
 
Sixth Grade Parents:
If your student  would like to order a group camp picture, go to the link below to order.
The price is $12 per picture.
This link will be live until, May 6, 2018
 
School Safety Meeting:
In response to recent concerns regarding school safety, there will be a South County School Safety Forum on Monday, May 7th from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the Bear River High School theater.  

We will have representation from:
·        Nevada County Sheriff’s Office
·        California Highway Patrol
·        Higgins Fire Department
·        Nevada County Office of Emergency Services
·        Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office
·        South County School Administrators

All parents and community members are invited to attend.  You will learn about what plans and procedures are in place to ensure the safety of our students, and what you can/should do in the case of a school emergency.
 
 
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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:

Track and Field: Season practices will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 3:30-5:00  Scheduled season 4/3-5/10.

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
 
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 3, 2018

 
Attention 6th and 7th Graders:
If you are interested in being a part of the Magnolia Student Council for the 2018-2019 school year, pick up an application in the office. The available positions are 8th grade president, 8th grade vice-president, 7th grade president, 7th grade vice-president, public relations officer, treasurer, and secretary. Applications are due back to Mrs. Lavelle by May 14th.
 
This week before school we are having a plant sale in front of the office. There will be a variety of vegetable and flower starts for $3.00 each. Sierra Harvest provides all of these plants to local schools. The proceeds will help towards the cost of our Harvest of the Month program. Please come and support this program and pick up a plant for your garden.
 

 

 Please check the office if you lost a bracelet


 
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Parents' Corner:
 
Band/Choir: Choir & Band Festival
Date: 5/4/2018 – 5/5/2018, 11:59 PM
Location: Milpitas HS & Great America
  

State Testing: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), will begin this week.  Sixth graders begin testing Wednesday, May 2nd, 7th graders begin Wednesday, May 9th, and 8th graders begin Wednesday, May 16th.  

Whether you agree or disagree with standardized test, the political reality is that the quality of a Magnolia education is judged by these tests.  Data from these assessments are used by the school to identify deficiencies Magnolia may have in our curriculum and/or instruction; thus guiding our future professional development for teachers and curriculum choices.  These test measure both your student's academic growth and their progress toward achieving grade level standards.  CAASPP results combined with other data are used to develop strategies to target interventions in academic areas that a student has not demonstrated proficiency.

Please encourage your student to put forth their best effort!  We need an accurate measure of your child's skills and knowledge to evaluate Magnolia's effort to provide a quality education to the students of our community.

 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
 
Sixth Grade Parents:
If your student  would like to order a group camp picture, go to the link below to order.
The price is $12 per picture.
This link will be live until, May 6, 2018
 
School Safety Meeting:
In response to recent concerns regarding school safety, there will be a South County School Safety Forum on Monday, May 7th from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the Bear River High School theater.  

We will have representation from:
·        Nevada County Sheriff’s Office
·        California Highway Patrol
·        Higgins Fire Department
·        Nevada County Office of Emergency Services
·        Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office
·        South County School Administrators

All parents and community members are invited to attend.  You will learn about what plans and procedures are in place to ensure the safety of our students, and what you can/should do in the case of a school emergency.
 
 
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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:

Track and Field: Season practices will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 3:30-5:00  Scheduled season 4/3-5/10.

 

Upcoming Dates:
 
 
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin May 2, 2018

 
 
This week before school we are having a plant sale in front of the office. There will be a variety of vegetable and flower starts for $3.00 each. Sierra Harvest provides all of these plants to local schools. The proceeds will help towards the cost of our Harvest of the Month program. Please come and support this program and pick up a plant for your garden.
 
Track:

Magnolia Track has dominated the field again! An amazing showing last week for our track and field team at Colfax High School! Magnolia swept the competition for the second time in 8th grade girls Long jump and High jump! Julia Pisenti and Kayla Scheda traded first in second and Annabell Boan with third in both events. Chelsea Herron took the sprints in the 100 and 400 with 2nd place finishes. Our girls relay team with Maya Bussinger, Annabelle Boan, Julia Pisenti and Chelsea Herron came in a close second and Chrina Shaw, Kayla Scheda, Amy Ishmail and Morgan Peterson came in third.

7th grade boys stood out once again with Liam “the machine” Cutter finishing first in all three of his individual events of the 100, 200, and 400! Cody Lybbert also won his individual events with ease in the hurdles High jump and long jump. Donovan Hurd won his hurdle event and ran a fast second leg of the 400 x 100 relay which finished a very close second with team mates Andrew tice-Raskin, Cody Lybbert and Liam Cutter.

6th grader Gina Genovese won her 400 and hurdle race while realy team of Natalia Williams, Rhilynn waters, Ryder Hensley and Allie Peterson had an amazing race. Allie once again won High jump and Natalia William jumped to a 3rd place finish.  Come support Magnolias last meet of the season at Nevada Union High School on Wednesday, May 2nd starting at 3:30.

Congratulatins the 7th Grade Lady Rattlers Volleyball team for finishing 1st in the league for the season!

 Please check the office if you lost a bracelet


 
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Parents' Corner:
 
 
 

State Testing: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), will begin this week.  Sixth graders begin testing Wednesday, May third, 7th graders begin Wednesday, May 10th, and 8th graders begin Wednesday, May 17th.  

Whether you agree or disagree with standardized test, the political reality is that the quality of a Magnolia education is judged by these tests.  Data from these assessments are used by the school to identify deficiencies Magnolia may have in our curriculum and/or instruction; thus guiding our future professional development for teachers and curriculum choices.  These test measure both your student's academic growth and their progress toward achieving grade level standards.  CAASPP results combined with other data are used to develop strategies to target interventions in academic areas that a student has not demonstrated proficiency.

Please encourage your student to put forth their best effort!  We need an accurate measure of your child's skills and knowledge to evaluate Magnolia's effort to provide a quality education to the students of our community.

 
Yearbook:
Don't miss out! Order your yearbooks now! Yearbooks are still available to purchase online at jostens.com. $40 for a hard cover or $25 for a soft cover. Limited quantities are available so don't delay.
 
 
Calling all 8th Grade Parents:
If you are interested in helping with the 8th Grade Dance, please sign up at the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0b48acaf29a7f58-8thgrade
 
 
Sixth Grade Parents:
If your student  would like to order a group camp picture, go to the link below to order.
The price is $12 per picture.
This link will be live until, May 6, 2018
 
School Safety Meeting:
In response to recent concerns regarding school safety, there will be a South County School Safety Forum on Monday, May 7th from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the Bear River High School theater.  

We will have representation from:
·        Nevada County Sheriff’s Office
·        California Highway Patrol
·        Higgins Fire Department
·        Nevada County Office of Emergency Services
·        Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office
·        South County School Administrators

All parents and community members are invited to attend.  You will learn about what plans and procedures are in place to ensure the safety of our students, and what you can/should do in the case of a school emergency.
 
 
Bus Circle: Please do not park or pull up in the bus circle at ANY time during the school day.
  

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

Homework Club:
Tuesday / Friday - 8:00am - 8:45am in room A-1
Wednesday - 3:30pm - 4:15pm in room B-10
Thursday - 8:00 am - 8:45 in room A-4  most weeks.  Please check the bulletin and Magnolia calendar.
 
 

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:

Track and Field: Season practices will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 3:30-5:00  Scheduled season 4/3-5/10.

Track Meet
Date: 5/2/2018, 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Location: Nevada Union

Upcoming Dates:
 
 
May 21-25 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 25 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 29 School not in session-Memorial Day Holiday

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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!
 
Be Kind    Be Respectful    Be Responsible