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  • Magnolia Families, Join us for Popsicles with the Principal, Aug. 11th 3:30-4:30 under the bus loop awning @ Magnolia

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  • Meet the Teacher K-8/11@3 pm; 1st-8/12@4pm; 2nd-8/12@5pm; 3rd-8/12@3pm; 4th-8/12@4pm; 5th-8/12@7:15am

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  • Important early dismissal information: Beginning in August, all Trussville City Schools will dismiss early on Thursday instead of Monday.

    Teachers and parents of elementary school children were surveyed to ask their opinion about aligning the elementary early dismissal with the secondary schools. Over 75% of the respondents to the survey thought all schools should dismiss early on the same day of the week.

    Beginning with the 2019-20 school year, all schools in our system will dismiss early on Thursday instead of Monday.

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  • Summer Reading, Writing, and Math Challenges

    Summer Challenges Prizes

    Magnolia’s Summer Math Challenge:

    Our summer math challenge is on Dreambox! Students, go to and login with your username and password. Make sure you let your teacher know in the fall that you participated and she can check online to see if you completed the math challenge. Completed lessons count towards your total minutes!

    Kindergarten-2nd Grade

    Complete 20 lessons and 100 minutes in Dreambox

    3rd Grade-5th Grade

    Complete 28 lessons and 120 minutes in Dreambox

    Magnolia’s Summer Writing Challenge:

    You will need some paper or a notebook and a writing utensil to get started on this challenge!

    You must write at least 2 entries per week (on paper stapled together or your notebook) from June 24-Aug 2. This will be a total of 12 entries. Bring your notebook to school in the fall to collect your prize!

    What should I write about? You can write about anything, but here’s a few writing prompts to help:

    • Write about what you did today.
    • Write a story about something cool that happened.
    • Write about what you are reading.
    • Write a poem.
    • Write about something you noticed.
    • Write about a time when you were proud.
    • Write about what superpower you would like to have.
    • Write about how you can be a good friend.

    Magnolia’s Summer Reading Challenge:

    Summer Reading Challenge
    Click here for a printable math challenge, writing challenge, and reading challenge.

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  • Summer Reading List for Upcoming Kindergarteners 

    Summer Reading List for Upcoming 1st Graders

    Summer Reading List for Upcoming 2nd Graders
    Story Map for Upcoming 2nd Graders

    Summer Reading List for Upcoming 3rd Graders
    Story Map for Upcoming 3rd Graders

    Summer Reading List for Upcoming 4th Graders

    Summer Reading List for Upcoming 5th Graders

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  • Attention Parents:

    Students may not be dropped off out front at school until 7:20 am, and an adult is on duty.

    If you need to drop off before 7:20, please inquire about early morning drop off/before school care. Thank you for helping to keep all our students safe.

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