The Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act (P.L.2010, c.122) has designated the week beginning with the first Monday in October as a “Week of Respect’ in New Jersey schools. We will be working to help students learn about Respect, Citizenship, Caring, and Fairness. Teachers will be handing out paper pumpkins to recognize students who demonstrate respect toward others and our school community. Unity words and quotes will be read and reinforced during the morning announcements. Teachers will review how students can practice these words daily in their classrooms throughout the week.




            Quote of the day- “We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once.”

Show respect for yourself and others and be considerate of the feelings of others.

Celebrating RESPECT- Wear GOLD today!!!


            Quote of the day- “No act of Kindness, no matter how small is ever wasted.”

Do your share to make your school and your community a better place:

Celebrating CITIZENSHIP -Wear Purple today!!!!


            Quote of the day- “Never look down on anyone, unless you’re helping them up.”

Be Compassionate and show other you care.

Celebrating CARING- Wear Red today!!!!


            Quote of the day-“Be open minded; listen to others.”

Always remember to play by the rules, share, and be fair.

Celebrating Fairness- Wear Orange today!!!!

10/9- FRIDAY


Sterling High School Women's Lacrosse is working with Tarkill Soccer to begin a girls lacrosse youth program to begin Spring 2016. We are looking to see which age group has the most interest in being involved in starting this process. We are very excited about this opportunity! Please take a few minutes to fill out this very short survey so you do not miss the opportunity to be a part of this program! (This survey in no way commits you to the program. It is simply a tool to gauge interest) Thank you!
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Dear Parents,

As you may know, the Magnolia Police Department has routinely done a walk-thru in our school twice a day. The purpose of the walk-thru is to acquaint the force with the layout of our building and to have the opportunity of getting to know students and staff in a positive and personal way.

I am happy to announce in an on-going effort to increase positive interaction that Magnolia Police Officers will increase visibility in and out of the school. Therefore, you may see officers in the school yard, in the lunchroom, and at evening events.

The administration and staff see this as a positive endeavor, and we hope that parents, likewise, support this endeavor. This police presence is in no regard a reflection or indicator of negative student behavior, but rather a positive approach to police and community interaction.


Dr. Warren L. Pross


"At a regular meeting of the Camden County Freeholders  locally hosted at the Magnolia Community Center on August 20,2015, Magnolia Public School was recognized by the freeholders  as the Camden County Sustainability Champion for its environmentally- friendly and energy-efficient  Capital Improvement initiative which includes new roof, major improvements to the boilers and controls,new generator, new windows and doors, etc.  Magnolia School Board President, Mrs Shelley Wilson and School Principal, Mr. Ralph L Johnson were present to accept this beautiful plaque."   


For Your Information


Notice is hereby given by the Magnolia Board of Education for the following Board of Education meeting:


Notice is hereby given by the Magnolia Board of Education for the following Board of Education meeting:

Date of Meeting - October, 20th, 2015 at 7:00
Location - Magnolia Public School              


Action will be taken at this meeting.  The Magnolia Board of Education, via this communication  is providing the public notice of the meeting.