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MSA Walks because MSA Rocks!

MSA Walks because MSA Rocks!

Friday November 21st

 

Magnolia’s Walkathon is the PTO's annual fundraiser usually held in the afternoon of a Fall Friday. It is a big community event where we build and celebrate our community, have fun, and raise money for Magnolia.

Kids support their school by asking family, friends, and neighbors to sponsor them for the number of laps they walk at the Walkathon and then use their energy to walk as many laps as they can. Parents and family sponsor their child (and sometimes their child’s friends), and volunteer before, during and after to put on the event. Teachers, the principal and staff encourage everyone to do their best.

In the morning of the Walkathon, many volunteers are setting up the course, preparing food & drinks, organizing volunteers, and running last minute errands.

Parents and community mingle, eat, relax in the shade, encourage their children, volunteer at one of the stations, and catch up with friends.

At the end we announce student laps and winners. Lots of volunteers make light work of packing up the course, folding up the tents and tables, picking up litter, disposing of trash, and making Magnolia cleaner than we found it.

Finally after the Walk there is money to turn in and count, thank yous to write, and kids to congratulate with gifts and parties for the top lap walkers.

The money raised by the PTO from this event goes back to the kids at Magnolia to pay for:

School Technology

Teacher Classroom Material Grants

Field Trips

Various events: 8th Grade Promotion, Science Fair, Math Night, Science Expo, etc.

Afterschool enrichment

Student recognition breakfasts

Playground balls

Sincerely,

Yilmaz Ak

Parent Open House

Open House: 10 am - 12 pm; Saturday, November 15, 2014

(Note: There will be no open house on November 2nd)

 

Coastal River Clean Up Day

Students from MSA-SC had opportunity to make a difference in community in September 20, 2014.

There was Coastal River clean up day and our students earned community service hours for cleaning Saratoga Creek.

 

Tdap Reminder: Pertussis Immunization Booster / (Whooping Cough)

California Law, Assembly Bill 354, requires students to be vaccinated against whooping cough.

All students are required to show proof of having received a Tdap immunization, this proof should have been submitted with your admissions application.

By law, students who have not submitted proof to the school of their record of immunization, or has a waiver on file will not be able to attend school until documentation / waiver is submitted.

After School Care Program

After School Care Program provided by YMCA

http://www.ymcasv.org/northwest/

Lunch Program

www.thelunchmaster.com

Uniforms are now available


Uniforms are now available at Merry Mart for in store and online purchases
www.merrymartuniforms.com

MSASC Student qualify for American Invitational Mathematics Examination

Our team of Mathletes have surprised us with yet another incredible achievement at the AMC10 competition.

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MSA-SC Chosen for AP Computer Science Principles Pilot Program

ap computer science

Magnolia Science Academy, Santa Clara is pleased to announce that our high school has been chosen as one among the roughly forty high schools and colleges that will be piloting a new AP Computer Science Principles course for the next three years.

“We are very excited to offer high school students the opportunity to take a college-level computing course that diverges from standard introductory computer science courses in ways that are designed to promote the interests of students from a broad range of disciplines,” said Trevor Packer, senior vice president of AP and Instruction. Read more at the College Board press release link below:

http://press.collegeboard.org/releases/2013/national-science-foundation-provides-52-million-grant-create-new-advanced-placement-compute?excmpid=SM48-ED-CB-tw

 
 
 
 
 
 
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