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Daily Bulletin March 26, 2019

Students:
 
Eighth Grade Students:
If you haven't turned in your registration packet for BRHS, please do so now.
 
ALL Students:
The lost and Found is overflowing with clothing and misc. items!!! All items that are not claimed  will be donated during spring break.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 8th.
 
Book Fair Volunteers needed!
Book fair is one week away and we need student and parent volunteers to make it work. Please follow the link https://volunteer.scholastic.com/#/signup/fcUcPBHpZ and sign up for any of the available days and times, Thank you
 
PTM:
Magnolia Intermediate is hosting the Father/Daughter Dance this year.  PTM is looking for any moms wanting to help make this an amazing special time for all fathers and daughters. The first committee meeting will be held at Magnolia Intermediate in the computer lab, April 4 from 4:30 to 5:30
 
BUT Wait...That is not all…
 
Magnolia Intermediate is also hosting the Mother & Son Breakfast this year.  PTM is looking for any dads wanting to help make this a remarkable special time for all moms and sons. The first committee meeting will be held at Magnolia Intermediate in the computer lab, April 4 from 4:30 to 5:30
 
Thank you to all the patrons and donors who contributed to the Parents Club Bid-n-Barrel fundraiser.  A little over $5000.00 was raised to help  fund/support school projects and enhance education.  The PTM also helps raise  money for the sixth grade Science Camp scholarship fund.
 
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.
PTM: Meeting
Date: 4/11/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room
 
All Parents:
The American Dental Association Foundation is hosting a FREE dental day for Children 18 yrs. and younger with a financial need.  You can schedule an appt by emailing Dr. Pfaffinger at pfaffdog@gmail.com. When: March 23rd 8-5 PM Grass Valley and Nevada City.  Please include your child's name, age,level of anxiety and any known dental problems.
 
All Families:
On Tuesday April 9th, KVMR radio community forum will be broadcasting live "Suicide Awareness"  from 6-8 p.m. Listeners can participate.
 

Dear Magnolia Parents,

Yearbook is planning on printing a baby photo page. If you would like your child’s baby picture on this page, send ONE picture to Mrs. Lavelle @llavelle@prsd.us and include the student's name and approximate age. We will try our best to get all of the photos into the yearbook. Photos must come from parents only.

Thank You!

Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys BB party 3/25 5:30-6:30
 
Boys Volleyball home game RS
Date: 3/28/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Upcoming Dates:

April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
April 22 School is in session (snow make-up day)
April 26 Tasty Jazz Concert 7PM Big Gym
April 30 Open House 6:30PM - 8PM
May 3 Professional Development Day-School will not be in session.
May 20-24 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 24 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 27 Memorial Day holiday-School will not be in session.
May 31 Spring Choir Concert 7-8:30 PM
June 6 Eighth Grade Promotion 7 PM
June 6 Minimum Day Schedule
June 7 Last day of School (snow make up day) minimum day schedule
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 25, 2019

Students;
 
Eighth Grade Students:
If you haven't turned in your registration packet for BRHS, please do so now.
 
ALL Students:
The lost and Found is overflowing with clothing and misc. items!!! All items that are not claimed  will be donated during spring break.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 8th.
 
PTM:
Thank you to all the patrons and donors who contributed to the Parents Club Bid-n-Barrel fundraiser.  A little over $5000.00 was raised to help  fund/support school projects and enhance education.  The PTM also helps raise  money for the sixth grade Science Camp scholarship fund.
 
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.
PTM: Meeting
Date: 4/11/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room
 
All Parents:
The American Dental Association Foundation is hosting a FREE dental day for Children 18 yrs. and younger with a financial need.  You can schedule an appt by emailing Dr. Pfaffinger at pfaffdog@gmail.com. When: March 23rd 8-5 PM Grass Valley and Nevada City.  Please include your child's name, age,level of anxiety and any known dental problems.
 
All Families:
On Tuesday April 9th, KVMR radio community forum will be broadcasting live "Suicide Awareness"  from 6-8 p.m. Listeners can participate.
 

Dear Magnolia Parents,

Yearbook is planning on printing a baby photo page. If you would like your child’s baby picture on this page, send ONE picture to Mrs. Lavelle @llavelle@prsd.us and include the student's name and approximate age. We will try our best to get all of the photos into the yearbook. Photos must come from parents only.

Thank You!

Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys BB party 3/25 5:30-6:30
 
Boys Volleyball home game RS
Date: 3/28/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Upcoming Dates:

April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
April 22 School is in session (snow make-up day)
April 26 Tasty Jazz Concert 7PM Big Gym
April 30 Open House 6:30PM - 8PM
May 3 Professional Development Day-School will not be in session.
May 20-24 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 24 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 27 Memorial Day holiday-School will not be in session.
May 31 Spring Choir Concert 7-8:30 PM
June 6 Eighth Grade Promotion 7 PM
June 6 Minimum Day Schedule
June 7 Last day of School (snow make up day) minimum day schedule
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 22, 2019

Students;
Frozen Yogurt will NOT be for sale today due  to the dual lunch Theater Arts Schedule. 
 
Eighth Grade Students:
If you haven't turned in your registration packet for BRHS, please do so now.
 
ALL Students:
The lost and Found is overflowing with stuff!!! All items that are not claimed  will be donated during spring break.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 8th.
 
The Magnolia Theatre Arts class is performing their production of The Mystery at Misty Pines on Friday, March 22nd at 7PM.  This show is open to family and friends and is a comedy the whole family can enjoy.  Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Thank you to all the patrons and donors who contributed to the Parents Club Bid-n-Barrel fundraiser.  A little over $5000.00 was raised to help  fund/support school projects and enhance education.  The PTM also helps raise  money for the sixth grade Science Camp scholarship fund.
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.
PTM: Meeting
Date: 4/11/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room
 
All Parents:
The American Dental Association Foundation is hosting a FREE dental day for Children 18 yrs. and younger with a financial need.  You can schedule an appt by emailing Dr. Pfaffinger at pfaffdog@gmail.com. When: March 23rd 8-5 PM Grass Valley and Nevada City.  Please include your child's name, age,level of anxiety and any known dental problems.
 
All Families:
On Tuesday April 9th, KVMR radio community forum will be broadcasting live "Suicide Awareness"  from 6-8 p.m. Listeners can participate.
 

Dear Magnolia Parents,

Yearbook is planning on printing a baby photo page. If you would like your child’s baby picture on this page, send ONE picture to Mrs. Lavelle @llavelle@prsd.us and include the student's name and approximate age. We will try our best to get all of the photos into the yearbook. Photos must come from parents only.

Thank You!

Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys BB party 3/25 5:30-6:30
 
Boys Volleyball home game RS
Date: 3/28/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
April 22 School is in session (snow make-up day)
April 26 Tasty Jazz Concert 7PM Big Gym
April 30 Open House 6:30PM - 8PM
May 3 Professional Development Day-School will not be in session.
May 20-24 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 24 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 27 Memorial Day holiday-School will not be in session.
May 31 Spring Choir Concert 7-8:30 PM
June 6 Eighth Grade Promotion 7 PM
June 6 Minimum Day Schedule
June 7 Last day of School (snow make up day) minimum day schedule
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 21, 2019

Students;
Frozen Yogurt will NOT be for sale this Friday due to the dual lunch Theater Arts Schedule. 
 
Leo Club meeting this Thursday March 21, A4
 
Eighth Grade Students:
If you haven't turned in your registration packet for BRHS, please do so now.
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 8th.
 
The Magnolia Theatre Arts class is performing their production of The Mystery at Misty Pines on Friday, March 22nd at 7PM.  This show is open to family and friends and is a comedy the whole family can enjoy.  Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Thank you to all the patrons and donors who contributed to the Parents Club Bid-n-Barrel fundraiser.  A little over $5000.00 was raised to help  fund/support school projects and enhance education.  The PTM also helps raise  money for the sixth grade Science Camp scholarship fund.
 
PTM: Meeting
Date: 4/11/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room
 
All Parents:
The American Dental Association Foundation is hosting a FREE dental day for Children 18 yrs. and younger with a financial need.  You can schedule an appt by emailing Dr. Pfaffinger at pfaffdog@gmail.com. When: March 23rd 8-5 PM Grass Valley and Nevada City.  Please include your child's name, age,level of anxiety and any known dental problems.
 
All Families:
On Tuesday April 9th, KVMR radio community forum will be broadcasting live "Suicide Awareness"  from 6-8 p.m. Listeners can participate.
 

Dear Magnolia Parents,

Yearbook is planning on printing a baby photo page. If you would like your child’s baby picture on this page, send ONE picture to Mrs. Lavelle @llavelle@prsd.us and include the student's name and approximate age. We will try our best to get all of the photos into the yearbook. Photos must come from parents only.

Thank You!

Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys Volleyball away game LG
Date: 3/21/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Boys BB party 3/25 5:30-6:30
 
Boys Volleyball home game RS
Date: 3/28/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
April 22 Minimum Day (snow make-up day)
April 26 Tasty Jazz Concert 7PM Big Gym
April 30 Open House 6:30PM - 8PM
May 3 Professional Development Day-School will not be in session.
May 20-24 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 24 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 27 Memorial Day holiday-School will not be in session.
May 31 Spring Choir Concert 7-8:30 PM
June 6 Eighth Grade Promotion 7 PM
June 6 Minimum Day Schedule
June 7 Last day of School (snow make up day) minimum day schedule
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 20, 2019

Students;
Frozen Yogurt will be for sale this week.
 
Leo Club meeting this Thursday March 21, A4
 
Eighth Grade Students:
If you haven't turned in your registration packet for BRHS, please do so now.
 
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 8th.
 
The Magnolia Theatre Arts class is performing their production of The Mystery at Misty Pines on Friday, March 22nd at 7PM.  This show is open to family and friends and is a comedy the whole family can enjoy.  Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Thank you to all the patrons and donors who contributed to the Parents Club Bid-n-Barrel fundraiser.  A little over $5000.00 was raised to help  fund/support school projects and enhance education.  The PTM also helps raise  money for the sixth grade Science Camp scholarship fund.
 
PTM: Meeting
Date: 4/11/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room
 
All Parents:
The American Dental Association Foundation is hosting a FREE dental day for Children 18 yrs. and younger with a financial need.  You can schedule an appt by emailing Dr. Pfaffinger at pfaffdog@gmail.com. When: March 23rd 8-5 PM Grass Valley and Nevada City.  Please include your child's name, age,level of anxiety and any known dental problems.
 
All Families:
On Tuesday April 9th, KVMR radio community forum will be broadcasting live "Suicide Awareness"  from 6-8 p.m. Listeners can participate.
 

Dear Magnolia Parents,

Yearbook is planning on printing a baby photo page. If you would like your child’s baby picture on this page, send ONE picture to Mrs. Lavelle @llavelle@prsd.us and include the student's name and approximate age. We will try our best to get all of the photos into the yearbook. Photos must come from parents only.

Thank You!

Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys Volleyball away game LG
Date: 3/21/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Boys BB party 3/25 5:30-6:30
 
Boys Volleyball home game RS
Date: 3/28/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
April 22 Minimum Day (snow make-up day)
April 26 Tasty Jazz Concert 7PM Big Gym
April 30 Open House 6:30PM - 8PM
May 3 Professional Development Day-School will not be in session.
May 20-24 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 24 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 27 Memorial Day holiday-School will not be in session.
May 31 Spring Choir Concert 7-8:30 PM
June 6 Eighth Grade Promotion 7 PM
June 6 Minimum Day Schedule
June 7 Last day of School (snow make up day) minimum day schedule
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 19, 2019

Students;
 
Congratulations to the Rattler jazz Band on their performances and sight reading session at the Santa Cruz Jazz Festival this past weekend.  Well done everyone!  Mr. Richardson
 
Attention Washington D.C./New York Travelers! It's time to choose your roommates. Please return your rooming assignment to Mr. Smith, room, A-1, as soon as possible. They are due by March 29th
 
Leo Club meeting this Thursday March 21, A4
 
Eighth Grade Students:
If you haven't turned in your registration packet for BRHS, please do so now.
 
The Magnolia Theatre Arts class is performing their production of The Mystery at Misty Pines on Friday, March 22nd at 7PM.  This show is open to family and friends and is a comedy the whole family can enjoy.  Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 8th.
 
The Magnolia Theatre Arts class is performing their production of The Mystery at Misty Pines on Friday, March 22nd at 7PM.  This show is open to family and friends and is a comedy the whole family can enjoy.  Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Thank you to all the patrons and donors who contributed to the Parents Club Bid-n-Barrel fundraiser.  A little over $5000.00 was raised to help  fund/support school projects and enhance education.  The PTM also helps raise  money for the sixth grade Science Camp scholarship fund.
 
PTM: Meeting
Date: 4/11/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room
 
All Parents:
The American Dental Association Foundation is hosting a FREE dental day for Children 18 yrs. and younger with a financial need.  You can schedule an appt by emailing Dr. Pfaffinger at pfaffdog@gmail.com. When: March 23rd 8-5 PM Grass Valley and Nevada City.  Please include your child's name, age,level of anxiety and any known dental problems.
 
All Families:
On Tuesday April 9th, KVMR radio community forum will be broadcasting live "Suicide Awareness"  from 6-8 p.m. Listeners can participate.
 

Dear Magnolia Parents,

Yearbook is planning on printing a baby photo page. If you would like your child’s baby picture on this page, send ONE picture to Mrs. Lavelle @llavelle@prsd.us and include the student's name and approximate age. We will try our best to get all of the photos into the yearbook. Photos must come from parents only.

Thank You!

Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys Volleyball away game LG
Date: 3/21/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Boys BB party 3/25 5:30-6:30
 
Boys Volleyball home game RS
Date: 3/28/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
April 22 Minimum Day (snow make-up day)
April 26 Tasty Jazz Concert 7PM Big Gym
April 30 Open House 6:30PM - 8PM
May 3 Professional Development Day-School will not be in session.
May 20-24 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 24 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 27 Memorial Day holiday-School will not be in session.
May 31 Spring Choir Concert 7-8:30 PM
June 6 Eighth Grade Promotion 7 PM
June 6 Minimum Day Schedule
June 7 Last day of School (snow make up day) minimum day schedule
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 18, 2019

Students:
 
Attention Washington D.C./New York Travelers! It's time to choose your roommates. Please return your rooming assignment to Mr. Smith, room, A-1, as soon as possible. They are due by March 29th
 
Boys BB party Big Gym
Date: 3/18/2019, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
 
Leo Club meeting this Thursday March 21, A4
 
The Magnolia Theatre Arts class is performing their production of The Mystery at Misty Pines on Friday, March 22nd at 7PM.  This show is open to family and friends and is a comedy the whole family can enjoy.  Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 8th.
 
The Magnolia Theatre Arts class is performing their production of The Mystery at Misty Pines on Friday, March 22nd at 7PM.  This show is open to family and friends and is a comedy the whole family can enjoy.  Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
 
Thank you to all the patrons and donors who contributed to the Parents Club Bid-n-Barrel fundraiser.  A little over $5000.00 was raised to help  fund/support school projects and enhance education.  The PTM also donates  money for the sixth grade Science Camp scholarship fund.
 
PTM: Meeting
Date: 4/11/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room
 
All Parents:
The American Dental Association Foundation is hosting a FREE dental day for Children 18 yrs. and younger with a financial need.  You can schedule an appt by emailing Dr. Pfaffinger at pfaffdog@gmail.com. When: March 23rd 8-5 PM Grass Valley and Nevada City.  Please include your child's name, age,level of anxiety and any known dental problems.
 

Dear Magnolia Parents,

Yearbook is planning on printing a baby photo page. If you would like your child’s baby picture on this page, send ONE picture to Mrs. Lavelle @llavelle@prsd.us and include the student's name and approximate age. We will try our best to get all of the photos into the yearbook. Photos must come from parents only.

Thank You!

Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys Volleyball home game 7H
Date: 3/19/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Boys Volleyball away game LG
Date: 3/21/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Boys Volleyball home game RS
Date: 3/28/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
April 22 Minimum Day (snow make-up day)
April 26 Tasty Jazz Concert 7PM Big Gym
April 30 Open House 6:30PM - 8PM
May 3 Professional Development Day-School will not be in session.
May 20-24 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 24 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 27 Memorial Day holiday-School will not be in session.
May 31 Spring Choir Concert 7-8:30 PM
June 6 Eighth Grade Promotion 7 PM
June 6 Minimum Day Schedule
June 7 Last day of School (snow make up day) minimum day schedule
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 15, 2019

Students:
 
Frozen yogurt will be for sale today.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 8th.
 
PTM: Meeting
Date: 4/11/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room
 
All Parents:
The American Dental Association Foundation is hosting a FREE dental day for Children 18 yrs. and younger with a financial need.  You can schedule an appt by emailing Dr. Pfaffinger at pfaffdog@gmail.com. When: March 23rd 8-5 PM Grass Valley and Nevada City.  Please include your child's name, age,level of anxiety and any known dental problems.
 

Dear Magnolia Parents,

Yearbook is planning on printing a baby photo page. If you would like your child’s baby picture on this page, send ONE picture to Mrs. Lavelle @llavelle@prsd.us and include the student's name and approximate age. We will try our best to get all of the photos into the yearbook. Photos must come from parents only.

Thank You!

Band:

Santa Cruz Jazz Festival
Date: 3/14/2019- 3/17/2019
Location: Cabrillo College, 6500 Soquel Dr, Aptos, CA 95003,

 
Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys Volleyball home game 7H
Date: 3/19/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Boys Volleyball away game LG
Date: 3/21/2019, 4 PM 6 PM
 
 
Boys BB party Big Gym
Date: 3/18/2019, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
April 22 Minimum Day (snow make-up day)
April 26 Tasty Jazz Concert 7PM Big Gym
April 30 Open House 6:30PM - 8PM
May 3 Professional Development Day-School will not be in session.
May 20-24 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 24 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 27 Memorial Day holiday-School will not be in session.
May 31 Spring Choir Concert 7-8:30 PM
June 6 Eighth Grade Promotion 7 PM
June 6 Minimum Day Schedule
June 7 Last day of School (snow make up day) minimum day schedule
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 14, 2019

Students:
 
Congratulations to Jocelyn McKinley for her excellent delivery of her Greatest Moment in History speech before a packed audience at the Nevada City Theater Tuesday evening. Jocelyn won a second place trophy and gift certificate in the county speech contest for her performance on the theater's stage. Thank you for representing Magnolia so well.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 8th.
 
PTM: Meeting
Date: 3/14/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room
 
All Parents:
The American Dental Association Foundation is hosting a FREE dental day for Children 18 yrs. and younger with a financial need.  You can schedule an appt by emailing Dr. Pfaffinger at pfaffdog@gmail.com. When: March 23rd 8-5 PM Grass Valley and Nevada City.  Please include your child's name, age,level of anxiety and any known dental problems.
 

Dear Magnolia Parents,

Yearbook is planning on printing a baby photo page. If you would like your child’s baby picture on this page, send ONE picture to Mrs. Lavelle @llavelle@prsd.us and include the student's name and approximate age. We will try our best to get all of the photos into the yearbook. Photos must come from parents only.

Thank You!

Band:

Santa Cruz Jazz Festival
Date: 3/14/2019- 3/17/2019
Location: Cabrillo College, 6500 Soquel Dr, Aptos, CA 95003,

 
Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys Volleyball home game 7H
Date: 3/19/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Boys BB party Big Gym
Date: 3/18/2019, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
April 22 Minimum Day (snow make-up day)
April 26 Tasty Jazz Concert 7PM Big Gym
April 30 Open House 6:30PM - 8PM
May 3 Professional Development Day-School will not be in session.
May 20-24 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 24 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 27 Memorial Day holiday-School will not be in session.
May 31 Spring Choir Concert 7-8:30 PM
June 6 Eighth Grade Graduation 7 PM
June 6 Minimum Day Schedule
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 13, 2019

Students:
 
Frozen yogurt will be for sale this Friday.  Come and try the new flavor root-beer float!
 
8th Grade Students attending BRHS:
Please turn in your registration packet!
 
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Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 5th.
 
All Parents:
The American Dental Association Foundation is hosting a FREE dental day for Children 18 yrs. and younger with a financial need.  You can schedule an appt by emailing Dr. Pfaffinger at pfaffdog@gmail.com. When: March 23rd 8-5 PM Grass Valley and Nevada City.  Please include your child's name, age,level of anxiety and any known dental problems.
 

Dear Magnolia Parents,

Yearbook is planning on printing a baby photo page. If you would like your child’s baby picture on this page, send ONE picture to Mrs. Lavelle @llavelle@prsd.us and include the student's name and approximate age. We will try our best to get all of the photos into the yearbook. Photos must come from parents only.

Thank You!

Band:

Santa Cruz Jazz Festival
Date: 3/14/2019- 3/17/2019
Location: Cabrillo College, 6500 Soquel Dr, Aptos, CA 95003,

 
Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

PTM: Meeting
Date: 3/14/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys Volleyball home game 7H
Date: 3/19/2019, 4 PM – 6 PM
 
Boys BB party Big Gym
Date: 3/18/2019, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
April 26 Tasty Jazz Concert 7PM Big Gym
April 30 Open House 6:30PM - 8PM
May 3 Professional Development Day-School will not be in session.
May 20-24 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 24 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 27 Memorial Day holiday-School will not be in session.
May 31 Spring Choir Concert 7-8:30 PM
June 6 Eighth Grade Graduation 7 PM
June 6 Minimum Day Schedule
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 12, 2019

Students:
 
8th Grade Students attending BRHS:
Your registration packets are due now.
 
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 5th.
 

Dear Magnolia Parents,

Yearbook is planning on printing a baby photo page. If you would like your child’s baby picture on this page, send ONE picture to Mrs. Lavelle @llavelle@prsd.us and include the student's name and approximate age. We will try our best to get all of the photos into the yearbook. Photos must come from parents only.

Thank You!

 
Safety Summit for Parents:
Please join us for an engaging and collaborative presentation about preparing and responding to potential crises in our schools. representative from local Law Enforcement, Fire Services, CHP and Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office will speak about the collaborative efforts as a community to support the health and safety of our children. Wildfires, Lock-Downs, Shelter in Place, what it all means for you as a parent/guardian of a student.
Save the date 3/5/ @ Nevada Union High School or 3/12 @ Bear River High School, both events: 6:30-800PM.
 
Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

PTM: Meeting
Date: 3/14/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys Volleyball home game UH
Date: 3/12/2019, 4 PM – 5 PM
Boys Volleyball home game 7H
Date: 3/19/2019, 4 PM 6 PM

Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
May 3 Professional Development Day-School will not be in session.
May 20-24 Sixth Grade Science Camp
May 24 Seventh Grade Renaissance Fair
May 27 Memorial Day holiday-School will not be in session.
June 6 Eighth Grade Graduation 7 PM
June 6 Minimum Day Schedule
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 11, 2019

Students:
 
8th Grade Students attending BRHS:
Your registration packets are due now.
 
Congratulations to 6th graders Gabby Gerster & Addison Tice-Raskin, 7th graders Sabrina Mantooth & Isabella Gamble, and 8th graders Jocelyn McKinley & Theresa Shaw for representing Magnolila in Thursday's Nevada County speech contest. You all did a fantastic job! A special congratulations to Jocelyn McKinley who moves on to Tuesday evening's performance on the stage of the Nevada City theater at this year's final round of the speech tournament.
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 5th.
 
Safety Summit for Parents:
Please join us for an engaging and collaborative presentation about preparing and responding to potential crises in our schools. representative from local Law Enforcement, Fire Services, CHP and Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office will speak about the collaborative efforts as a community to support the health and safety of our children. Wildfires, Lock-Downs, Shelter in Place, what it all means for you as a parent/guardian of a student.
Save the date 3/5/ @ Nevada Union High School or 3/12 @ Bear River High School, both events: 6:30-800PM.
 
Saturday, April 13th, will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

PTM: Meeting
Date: 3/14/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:
 
Boys Volleyball home game UH
Date: 3/12/2019, 4 PM 5 PM

Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 8, 2019

Students:
 
8th Grade Students attending BRHS:
Your registration packets are due now.
 
Attention all 7th and 8th grade basketball players:
Please turn in your uniform by Friday, March 8th to avoid receiving an invoice!
 
Frozen yogurt will be for sale this Friday.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 5th.
 
Safety Summit for Parents:
Please join us for an engaging and collaborative presentation about preparing and responding to potential crises in our schools. representative from local Law Enforcement, Fire Services, CHP and Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office will speak about the collaborative efforts as a community to support the health and safety of our children. Wildfires, Lock-Downs, Shelter in Place, what it all means for you as a parent/guardian of a student.
Save the date 3/5/ @ Nevada Union High School or 3/12 @ Bear River High School, both events: 6:30-800PM.
 
Saturday, March 9th will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

PTM: Meeting
Date: 3/14/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:

Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 7, 2019

Students:
 
Attention all 7th and 8th grade basketball players;
Please turn in your uniform by Friday, March 8th to avoid receiving an invoice!
 
Leo Club will meet today in A4 during lunch.
 
Frozen yogurt will be for sale this Friday.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 5th.
 
Safety Summit for Parents:
Please join us for an engaging and collaborative presentation about preparing and responding to potential crises in our schools. representative from local Law Enforcement, Fire Services, CHP and Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office will speak about the collaborative efforts as a community to support the health and safety of our children. Wildfires, Lock-Downs, Shelter in Place, what it all means for you as a parent/guardian of a student.
Save the date 3/5/ @ Nevada Union High School or 3/12 @ Bear River High School, both events: 6:30-800PM.
 
Saturday, March 9th will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.
 
Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

PTM: Meeting
Date: 3/14/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:

Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Daily Bulletin March 6, 2019

Students:
 
Attention all 7th and 8th grade basketball players;
Please turn in your uniform by Friday, March 8th to avoid receiving an invoice!
 
Leo Club will meet this Thursday March 7, in A4 during lunch.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Parents' Corner:
 
Attention sixth grade parents:  Final Science Camp payments are due April 5th.
 
Safety Summit for Parents:
Please join us for an engaging and collaborative presentation about preparing and responding to potential crises in our schools. representative from local Law Enforcement, Fire Services, CHP and Nevada County Superintendent of Schools Office will speak about the collaborative efforts as a community to support the health and safety of our children. Wildfires, Lock-Downs, Shelter in Place, what it all means for you as a parent/guardian of a student.
Save the date 3/5/ @ Nevada Union High School or 3/12 @ Bear River High School, both events: 6:30-800PM.
 
Saturday, March 9th will be the next United Way Food Access Saturday. The Food Access Saturday program was originally created to help working individuals & families who need help putting food on their table, but are unable to pick up food at local food distributions during the week. Since it began, the program has grown to encompass a larger population; welcoming others to the table. Through the Food Access Saturday program, anyone who needs food can pick up healthy groceries, including fresh produce. The program is open to all Nevada County residents who cannot make it to other food distributions Monday through Friday. United Way of Nevada County, in partnership with Interfaith Food Ministry (IFM) distributes food on the second Saturday of each month. Since its inception, nearly 3800 bags of food have been distributed to more than 1700 individuals and families.

United Way of Nevada County strives to assure individuals and families in Nevada County are able to meet their basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care. The distributions take place at 440 Henderson Street, in Grass Valley, from 10am-noon on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For more information contact United Way at 274-8111 or admin@uwnc.org.

Library News:
Dear Parents and Families, did you know that reading 20 minutes a day with your child is the best investment your family can make in their future? Research shows that children who read just 20 minutes per day score in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Come to the Book Fair to stock up on the books your child will love reading and ignite your home reading habits.Please mark your calendars to visit our Book Fair and discover your child’s next favorite book!
Save the date! Book Fair dates: April 1st-5th
Shopping hours will be during regular library hours.
Special activities: Coin drive, lollipop draw and PRIZES
Introducing Book Fair eWallet! Let your child shop the Fair cash-free with our NEW digital payment option. Learn more on our Book Fair homepage and get started creating an account: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/magnoliaintermediateschool If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our Online Fair at scholastic.com/fair. Our Online Fair is available from March 24th to April 13th We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Happy reading!
Sincerely,
Magnolia Library

PTM: Meeting
Date: 3/14/2019, 5:30 PM
Location: Large Conference Room

Parenting the Love and Logic Way:
six sessions designed to help parents equip kids with character, compassion, problem solving skills and more! The cost is FREE, free childcare and a light dinner will be provided for each session. Starts March 4, 2019 at Cottage Hill School room 10. Additional dates are 3/4, 3/11,3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8. Registration forms are available and may be turned in to your school site.

The Magnolia 2019 Yearbook is now available for sale at the www.jostens.com

Parents: Please be prepared to show a picture ID when checking your student out during the school day.
 
Parking lot Etiquette:
Please remember when picking up your student after school to keep the line moving in a safe manner. If your student is not ready to be picked up please park in a parking spot, you can also pick up in the Cottage Hill basketball parking lot. We have had some near "hits" and back-ups due to cars blocking other cars and drivers not paying attention when students walk into the lot to the car that is waiting for them. Student safety should be everyone's first priority.

Library: To keep up to date on events please click on the Library link on the Magnolia Website. You can also to view the leaders for Counting on Words and more!

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 starts at 9:05 and is dismissed at 1:20
Please remember that Magnolia does not have any campus supervision until 8:40am. Students may not be on campus until then. Thank you for your cooperation!

Eighth Grade Students who will be attending Bear River: A Bear River High School Counselor will be available to answer questions and provide information regarding BRHS during lunch on the following dates:
March- 4th
April- 1st
May- 6th
June- 3rd

Sports:

Upcoming Dates:
March 22 Theater Arts Class Play "Mystery at Misty Pines" 7 PM Big Gym
April 1-5 Book Fair
April 15-19 Spring Break
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Have a great day, and remember: Character Counts!

Be Kind Be Respectful Be Responsible

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