Magnolia Elementary School is a public school containing grades K-6, located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. 98% of students are Hispanic or Latino, and 100% participate in the Free or Reduced Lunch Program. 80% of students are English Learners. Despite the challenges Magnolia faces, their learning community is committed to providing a rigorous, standards-based, and well-rounded curriculum for students. They also provide extracurricular activities, including vocal music and chorus programs, an orchestra, and a mariachi program.
r On Sunday, March 2nd, a bus of excited volunteers hosted by the Volunteer Leadership Program will finish the work started at Magnolia Elementary School during UCLA Volunteer Day (learn more). Participants paint fences around the school, as well as paint a brightly filled-in stenciled map of the United States for the playground. Come help out and literally brighten the school of some incredible students!
r This project is a collaboration between the Volunteer Center and the Alumni Scholars Club. The Volunteer Leadership Program gives students the opportunity to work directly with the Center by planning and leading their own community service projects in Los Angeles. Learn more this collaboration at http://volunteer.ucla.edu/alumni-scholars/.
10 am- 5 pm
Tags: education, youth
Contact Person: Karla Estudillo
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone Number: 3100833525
Organization: UCLA Volunteer Center