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2019-2020 Registration Information
All students attending Magnolia JHS should receive a bright yellow postcard in the U.S. mail sometime in the month of July. This postcard states the following information:
Registration Packets will be available for pickup and completion from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm on:
- Thursday August 1st
- Friday August 2nd
- Monday August 5th
All immunizations must be updated and on file in the office before a registration packet can be picked up. Please bring your immunization cards/records so the office can assist you.
- All completed paperwork must be returned by close of day, Monday August 5th. For your convienence, we will have tables and chairs available for you to fill out the paperwork on campus and return it to the office.
Textbook handout, PE clothes purchase, and school pictures will take place the first week of school.
Our 1st day of school is Monday, August 12, 2019
Start time: 7:45am
End time: 1:48pm
Please arrive 15 to 20 minutes early on the first day of school. Students will be directed towards our blue gates at the front of the school. On the gates will be a list of students' name and 1st period classroom number. Gates will open for students to head to class at 7:25 am. All 1st period teachers will pass out class schedules during 1st period. If you can't find a classroom, please look around and ask any adult for help or any Leadership/ASB student wearing a Leadership/ASB t-shirt. Have a wonderful 1st day of school! We look forward to meeting you!
Are you collecting box tops? Please turn in your box tops to the main office. Feel free to print out this form and attach your box tops. Please write your student's name on each page of box tops submitted or turn in your box tops to the office in a Ziploc bag with your student's name written on the bag. We really appreciate your support! :)
Emergency Epinephrine Info
Current law (SB 1266; BP/AR 5141.21) requires schools to provide emergency epinephrine for individuals who may be experiencing anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction which can occur after exposure to an allergen, an insect sting or even (rare) after exercise.
Without immediate administration of epinephrine and summoning Emergency Medical Services (911), death could occur. Certain individuals may experience anaphylaxis that have no known previous history of an allergy and therefore, may not have their own prescription. A school staff member will administer this emergency injection to any student believed to be suffering from anaphylaxis and activate Emergency Management Services (911). Parent will be notified of the emergency and action taken.
IF YOU DO NOT WANT your child to receive the emergency epinephrine injection, please NOTIFY THE SCHOOL IN WRITING.