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Magna Elementary’s Mission Statement

Inspiring learners through educational excellence for a lifetime of global opportunities.

From the Blog

Magna United Family Center

Dear Parents Some exciting news. We have moved the Cyprus Family Center to Magna Elementary. We are very excited about the move as we know all of us will be happy over there. We will be offering the following: Canvas / Gradebook and Parent … [Read More...]

Navigating Go Math!

Parents, Go Math! has an online piece that you can use with your students at home. The following video will help you and your student navigate the online math homework platforms.  Go Math Tutorial   … [Read More...]

Boys of BMX round 2

Yesterday was the first day of class for BMX. We put bikes together and learned about tools and levers and tire pressure. Then the boys got to go out and ride. We only had one casualty and that was myself...LOL. We had a lot of fun! By Blake … [Read More...]

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Utah Valley University Conference on Autism

The UVU Colleges of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Science and Health, and School of Education – along with our sponsors and supporters, are pleased to announce the 2015 UVU Conference on Autism. The single day conference is planned for Friday, April 3rd, 2015 and will be located in the Sorensen Student Center on UVU campus. This is the 5th annual conference, and has become a much anticipated event within the state. Time is running out to register and seating is limited. For information on registration, click on the following link.