Magnolia School of Excellence K-5

Magnolia School of Excellence K-5

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What does a plant need to grow? Ms.Beckwith’s Science class is going to find out. Today we planted green onions in water bottles. Each group decided what they would put in their bottle with the onion. They were able to choose either water, soil, CO2, or any combination of the three. We will be making observations and measurements for the next two weeks. Stay tuned to see the results.
Are y’all not going to post anything about shutting the school down today, because of COVID???
Virtual learners should be held with the same values as the face to face learners. Parents make your voices heard for our children that are virtual learners for what ever reasons.
It is unfair that Magnolia School of Excellence has decided to pull all virtual learning teachers and mix the virtual learners with the actual students in the class room. I’m asking all parents that read this to voice your concerns to them since our concerns were not heard before they made a decision. They said we had a decision in the beginning now they’ve made the choice to mix the learning process. I got to see a dry run of the process this week and the virtual learners did not get a fair share of time. Please parents go to the caddo parish school board or call your local news media to protest fairly the unfair practices of Magnolia School of Excellence with our virtual learners.
All virtual learners teachers are being pulled and the teachers are having to try to teach virtual and students already in their class rooms. Virtual students are being divided between these teachers. We learned through an email today and these changes take place on Monday. We’re asking for you to leave some teachers virtual to tech virtual students. Voice your concerns virtual parents since they never considered our opinions.
Today parents learned through a email that was sent to the parents of virtual learners that Magnolia School of Excellence planned to pull the virtual learning teachers back into the classroom. The school had already met and basically decided to remove the virtual learning teachers and inform the parents of this change today (Wednesday- 28 of October). This change takes place on Monday. We were told originally in the beginning that we had a choice to either do virtual or the classroom learning. The virtual learning teacher was always the first to be pulled if they were short for anything. They were pulled for the test that was given this year. Instead of hiring substitute teachers to come in. Then a 1st grade teacher was out and the virtual learning teacher was pulled and she had to cover that teacher’s class plus the virtual students. I was able to see a dry run of this process yesterday and it didn’t go over well. Then parents leaned this is what they plan to do as early as Monday. Through the virtual learning I have really seen some make greater progress. It may not be for every student but I saw many shy little boys and girls responding, writing, and actually thriving. I saw first hand how it was with the virtual learners and the kids in the classroom. It was really difficult to try to balance the kids in the classroom and the kids on virtual learning. We were told they don’t have enough money to hire more teachers. They said one thing and now they are going back on what the school board originally said that we could choose on our child learning process. Some children does have issues that would put them at a greater risk to the Corona virus. Therefore I’m sure I’m not alone when I say we need to speak to the school board so that greater concern should be given to our virtual learners. They deserve what they promised us without the school flip flopping and treating virtual students like their not important. This is not the time to make changes like these. This should be your next year plan not after school have taken off. Parents with virtual learners,if you see this, please help me to get our voice heard. There should be so many teachers left for the virtual learning and not everyone of them be placed in the classroom. There is no way equal time can be given. I’m writing this to voice my concerns and not be dismissed and really not even heard. Take your concerns clean to Caddo parish school board if necessary parents. Read this and then repost it until our concerns are heard and honored.
Can anyone with Mrs. Berry's homeroom please help with locating info with school programs?
Do anyone know if virtual learning will be offered for the entire school year? (I hope so)
Helpppp!!!3 rd grader
can someone walk me through log in with clever im using firefox need help
pleasseeeee!
A message from Alena Grace Soliz to all the teachers at Magnolia School of Excellence. Happy Teachers Appreciation Week!!! Thank you for all you do. Special thanks to her 4th grade teachers Mrs. Lank, Mrs. Frederick, Mrs. Alderman and Mrs. Head !!! Enjoy your week. Love you.
Will the school be closed tomorrow due to the virus??

Magnolia School of Excellence K-5 Campus is a tuition-free public charter school located in Shreveport, LA. Magnolia School of Excellence is a tuition-free public charter school educating students in grades K-12 who reside in Caddo Parish.

Divided into a K-5 and 6-12 campus, Magnolia School of Excellence is governed by Shreveport Charter Foundation, Inc. and is a member of the Charter Schools USA (CSUSA) family of schools.

Operating as usual

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 08/03/2022

Magnolia buses roll for first time - for the first day of school.

07/25/2022

Mark your calendars and share the news!

07/18/2022
Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 07/11/2022

Welcome Back Mariners!⚓️

07/04/2022
07/01/2022

Have you considered being a Bus Driver in your community? Now's your chance! Get PAID to do what you love!

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 06/28/2022

MSE School Supply list for the 2022-23 school year.

06/28/2022
06/17/2022

We are outside for Summer school! Thank you Mrs. T. Brown.

06/15/2022

Kids who feel safer & more supported at school do
better academically. Ask us about our warm,
nurturing culture. Tuition-free! Apply here at www.magnoliacharter.org

06/08/2022

We are CSUSA Proud! Jonathan Hage, CEO, Charter Schools USA

06/07/2022

Team Magnolia

06/01/2022

We are "Anchored by Excellence!"

05/30/2022

We honor our heroes on this day. Thank you for your service!

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 05/27/2022

2021-2022 Kindergarten End-of-Year Celebration

05/20/2022

Students in K-5 grades had the opportunity to received a pizza and movie pass with Mr Warren Taylor. These students exhibit our school expectations: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Dependable, and exude Excellence. ⚓️❤️

05/18/2022

It’s Harvest Time! Magnolia K-5 garden provides hands on learning for our students. They are now reaping the fruits of their labor.

05/18/2022
05/14/2022

2nd grade had a blast.

05/14/2022

Principal Derrick on shoe patrol.🤗

05/13/2022
05/13/2022

Coach is ready for Field Day 2022.

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 05/13/2022

Today these young men helped paint the field for Field Day. This was one of the proudest moments I’ve had as a teacher showing them how to do something that will be memorable. We’re ready for tomorrow!! ~Coach Owens

05/05/2022
Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 05/02/2022

Magnolia School of Excellence K-5 loves a Miles for Smiles day!!!

05/01/2022

Did you sign-up already? The deadline is TODAY, May 1, 2022. It is imperative that you take care of this business so that the routes can be established, and the appropriate numbers of drivers can be employed. Use this link to sign-up. And if you do not know your student's number, then enter a (0).
https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx...

04/28/2022

“Magnolia families, don’t miss the opportunity to sign your child up for school bus transportation! If you are interested in using the school bus for the 2022-2023 school year, please submit your request as soon as possible. bit.ly/Magnoliabusform”

04/27/2022
04/21/2022

The 2021-2022 Yearbook are now for sale!

04/20/2022

Be part of the Mariner family, enroll now! We are now enrolling for the 2022-2023 school year. Apply today at ww.magnoliacharter.org. If you need assistance enrolling, please contact Mrs. Arnold at (318) 703-5585.

For bus transportation go to bit.ly/Magnoliabusform and register.

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 04/14/2022

Kindergarten Easter Egg hunt today was so much fun!

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 04/14/2022

Thank you to our parents and students who blessed us with an over the top Teacher Appreciation Week. We feel so loved from all of the special gifts, notes, flowers, and snacks you gave us! You are all so wonderful and we feel the love! Thank you for working so hard to make us feel like ⭐️’s!

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 04/13/2022

Students bring flowers for Teacher Appreciation Week. Thank you for helping us BLOOM this school year!

04/13/2022
04/11/2022

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week MSE Staff & Teachers.

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 04/07/2022

Behavior Incentive Day! We had a great time celebrating our students’ good choices, assuming responsibility, and demonstrating respect. ❤️⚓️

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 04/01/2022

Students learning with technology and passion. .

03/30/2022

Hardest working cafeteria staff ever!!!

03/29/2022

Welcome back on campus parents…We missed you!❤️⚓️

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 03/28/2022

Parent Teacher Conference Day.
Free Book Giveaway! ⚓️📚

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 03/25/2022

Join our team!!!

03/24/2022

Bridging Communication Between Parent & Teacher.

03/23/2022

Bus transportation to Magnolia School of Excellence K-12, SY 2022-23. bit.ly/Magnoliabusform
⚓️📚⚓️

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 03/23/2022

We are looking for professionals with unwavering commitment to student success.

03/22/2022

Transline Bus Company is hiring CDL drivers for Magnolia K-12, 2022-23 SY.
Check out the posting on INDEED!
$24 per hour, 5-hr. minimum, $120 per day.
Welcome Transline!
Roll those long-awaited buses…
🚌⚓️🚌

03/18/2022

Bossier City Alumi Chapter Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc donated hand sanitizer to Magnolia School of Excellence for use around campus. Thank you, Kappa’s for your public service to our school.

Photos from Magnolia School of Excellence K-5's post 03/16/2022

Please join us for our annual Scholastic Book Fair March 14-18th!

03/15/2022

Magnolia is now enrolling for Fall 2022!!!
www.magnoliacharter.org

03/14/2022

You are invited!

03/07/2022

Our Story

Welcome to the Kingergarten - 5th Grade page for the MAGNOLIA SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE!

Magnolia School of Excellence is a tuition-free public charter school proudly educating students in grades K-12 who reside in Caddo Parish. Our state-of-the-art school features 2 buildings, 1 dedicated to grades K - 5 and the other to grades 6-12. We are the only K-12 school in Shreveport that is conveniently located on one master planned campus!

Magnolia School of Excellence is governed by Shreveport Charter Foundation, Inc. and is a proud member of the Charter Schools USA (CSUSA) family of schools. At Magnolia, our students are anchored in excellence. Our leaders and dedicated team members are working to create a new kind of education system for the community of Caddo Parish, one that immerses children and family in opportunities to imagine, create, and succeed.

To learn more and apply to be a Magnolia Mariner visit: www.MagnoliaCharter.org.

Videos (show all)

Students in K-5 grades had the opportunity to received a pizza and movie pass with Mr Warren Taylor.  These students exh...
It’s Harvest Time! Magnolia K-5 garden provides hands on learning for our students.  They are now reaping the fruits of ...
2nd grade had a blast.
Our Black History Spirit Week was held Feb. 24-28, with a different theme each school day that encouraged students to dr...
MSE Kindergarten teachers sharing Christmas cheer!

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2290 Clyde Fant Pkwy Service Rd
Shreveport, LA
71101

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 6pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 5pm
Thursday 7:30am - 6pm
Friday 8am - 6pm

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