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About Us

Our goal is to provide a safe, positive, and nurturing learning environment where students will become proficient in all content areas and 21st-century skills. Our Dual Language Immersion program provides further benefits for both English-Language Learners (ELLs) and those fluent in English. Our success is not only measured in numbers, it is also measured by all the enthusiastic and eager learners and supportive parents who call Dr. Peter Marshall their home school. Our active PTA provides leadership, financial support, monthly family nights, an annual carnival, yearbook design, and club sponsorship. Marshall students have access to numerous special programs and academic supports provided by our school staff, the local YMCA, and various community agencies. Partner with us in making these elementary school years the best years for your children.

Calendar

14 Dec

Board Meeting

6 PM – 7 PM
Magnolia School District, 2705 W Orange Ave, Anaheim, CA 92804, USA

Latest News

Anaheim Rotary Members

Anaheim Rotary Club Donates 400 Backpacks with School Supplies to Magnolia School District Students

The Anaheim Rotary Club's generosity has provided over 400 new backpacks filled with school supplies to students in the Magnolia School District. These supplies, including binders, pencils, crayons, and markers, help ease the financial strain on families during back-to-school preparations. The initiative showcases the significance of community engagement in fostering a positive learning environment, with the club's contributions expected to enhance students' confidence, enthusiasm for learning, and overall educational journey.
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High School Seniors Visit Their Former Schools

Graduating high school seniors from Savannah High School, Magnolia High School and Oxford Academy visited their former Magnolia School District elementary schools on Monday, May 22, 2023. Seniors entered the schools accompanied by the marching band and paraded through their former schools. Students cheered as the seniors walked through, giving them high-fives and clapping their hands. Students and teachers made signs for the seniors and congratulated the graduates. This tradition provides our elementary students an insight of what they can accomplish and our teachers were beyond excited to see their former students in their caps and gowns.