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About Us

Lord Baden-Powell School first opened its doors in the city of Anaheim in 1966 and is a California Gold Ribbon School, recognized for the hard work and dedication of its staff, students, family, and community. We currently serve over 300 students in general and special education classrooms, preschool to sixth grade. We foster a culture of student leaders and learners where ALL students belong. We have a significant population of students with disabilities who are fully or partially included in general education classrooms. Our rich culture of inclusion has led to tremendous growth and learning opportunities for both special and general education students. Through Peer Assistance Leadership (PAL) and many other student club leadership opportunities such as Student Council, students develop and are able to demonstrate their leadership skills throughout the year. In addition, the district adopted Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) which is evident when walking through the campus. Students strive to achieve exemplary behavior and are recognized daily, both in classrooms and school-wide, for exhibiting the qualities of a Roadrunner - being Responsible, Safe, and showing Care. At Lord Baden-Powell School, there is a true spirit of kindness that accompanies a focus on academic rigor and student growth. We look forward to a productive partnership in support of your child's education. 

Calendar

14 Mar

Board Meeting

6 PM – 7 PM
Magnolia School District, 2705 W Orange Ave, Anaheim, CA 92804, USA

Latest News

Anaheim Rotary Members

Anaheim Rotary Club Donates 400 Backpacks with School Supplies to Magnolia School District Students

The Anaheim Rotary Club's generosity has provided over 400 new backpacks filled with school supplies to students in the Magnolia School District. These supplies, including binders, pencils, crayons, and markers, help ease the financial strain on families during back-to-school preparations. The initiative showcases the significance of community engagement in fostering a positive learning environment, with the club's contributions expected to enhance students' confidence, enthusiasm for learning, and overall educational journey.
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High School Seniors Visit Their Former Schools

Graduating high school seniors from Savannah High School, Magnolia High School and Oxford Academy visited their former Magnolia School District elementary schools on Monday, May 22, 2023. Seniors entered the schools accompanied by the marching band and paraded through their former schools. Students cheered as the seniors walked through, giving them high-fives and clapping their hands. Students and teachers made signs for the seniors and congratulated the graduates. This tradition provides our elementary students an insight of what they can accomplish and our teachers were beyond excited to see their former students in their caps and gowns.