Magna Elementary’s Mission Statement

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

From the Blog

Granite Edtech Website offers Summer Reading Ideas

This morning on both the Ed. Tech. and Library web sites we post a roundup of Summer Reading resources from Granite School District, the public libraries in our communities, and the web in … [Read More...]

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...]

Recent News

Utah Food Bank Thanks Magna Elementary


Fighting Hunger Statewide

June 30, 2015

Victoria Thomas

Magna Elementary School 8500 West 3100 South

Magna, Utah  84044 Dear Victoria,

Because of your donation of $1,153.99, seniors throughout the state have enough food to get through the lean times. Children can enjoy summer days. People with disabilities, working poor families and veterans have enough food in their refrigerators. We recently received this note from one of our Food Box volunteers, and I wanted to share it with you.

“I want to make sure all of you know how vital your work is.  I just delivered a box and two bags of groceries–including black bean burgers, apples, broccoli, cheese, bread and eggs–to a man who was homebound and clearly in crisis. I don’t know what would have happened to him today without Utah Food Bank ‘s help.

Please know that you have made a difference in the lives of struggling Utahns. We are grateful for your concern and your generosity.


Ginette Bott

Chief Development Officer




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