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From the Blog

Granite School District Elementary School Culinary Competition  

The Future Chef’s Culinary Competition in now in its 5th year.  We are excited to announce that we will once again have the 4th grade students participate in this event. The idea behind this event is to help educate the kids in HEALTHY EATING … [Read More...]

Message from Coach Jacobsen

All students will learn how to display the skills and practices of a physically active lifestyle.  Learn the benefits of their choices to be involved in physical activity. Students will also become physically fit and have the mindset that values … [Read More...]

News from our Media Center

Dear Parents,   Exciting things are happening in our Library.  In October, Magna Elementary had the highest circulation of OverDrive books in the District!  As a result we have been given seven iPod Nano’s for the Teachers to use as … [Read More...]

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Meet Clay Brimhall, the new After School Program Coordinator

Hello parents, teachers, and students!  My name is Clay Brimhall, the new After School Program Coordinator for Magna Elementary School. I am excited to get to know all of you better throughout the upcoming school year. The After School Program hosts an impressive staff of hard working professionals who are individually committed to providing our student with the best experience possible. Our staff includes Mrs. Rollins, Mrs. Pfnister, and Mr. Maher, who are licensed teachers during the day at Magna Elementary. In addition to our teachers, we have three Paraprofessional Aids, Taunie Kantaris, McKenzie Boswell, Holli Glover, and the ASP Co-Director, Emily Andrezzi.

The After School Program is funded by Magna United, a collaboration of local organizations. The 21st Century Grant that funds the After School Program emphasizes community engagement, academic achievement, parental engagement and skill development, as well as improved behavior for students. Our goals for the ASP, alongside the goals of the grant, are to 1) Assist students to achieve greater academic success and develop self-motivating skills. 2) Allow an environment for students and parents to be involved in their child’s learning. 3) Engage students in extracurricular activities by providing students with opportunities to sample a variety of interests. 4) Invest in meaningful relationships within our community by enriching the lives of our students and allowing our students to serve those who make our program possible.

We look forward to making this school year great!