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Winter Holiday Program Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018. K-2 @ 8:30 am, 3-5 @ 1:00 pm

Hispanic Heritage Art Walk

The work before the fun of Nutrition Fair.

School wide WALKATHON 

Winter Holiday Program

Black History Art Gallery

Hamilton High School Mariachi Band and Palms Middle School Baile Folklorico

Magnet Fair - Learning about different jobs in Spanish, Korean, Chinese and French.

Happiest Christmas Trees!!

Parachute fun

Number Talk

Kindergarteners Calypso Dance Party: Shake Shake Shake, Senora!

Palms Middle School Baile Folklorico

Academies at work.

Tae Kwon Do Trophy Ceremony

Teachers engaged in professional development.

Show your Dr. Seuss spirit!!

School of Korea celebrates Korean New Year in traditional costumes.

Winter Rumba

Teamwork at WORK!

Nutrition Fair - Get your exercise on!

Marvin kids lead the way in technology!

Hispanic Heritage Art Walk

Holiday spirit brings out big smiles.

School Board Member, Dr. George McKenna and our AMAZING principal, Ms. Banuelos

Black History Art Walk

Practicing for Robotics competition

YAY! Raffles for parent volunteers!

Teamwork:  Building our Robot

Magnet Fair Projects

School Board Member Dr. George McKenna shows up to support Marvin Avenue Elementary and Operation Project Hope!

Read Across America

Appreciating and celebrating our Marvin parent volunteers for a job well done.

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Robotics League is here at Marvin! Thumbnail Image

Robotics League is here at Marvin!

Are you interested in learning more about building robots? The world needs more innovators, creators and thinkers. Building your first robot is a snap! Robotics Club meets after school every Thursday in K64.
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IDEC - Intensive Diagnostic Education Center

Marvin Avenue is excited to be an IDEC school site. Students who struggle with basic literacy skills face lifelong challenges. IDEC classes were established throughout the District by the Division of Special Education to implement innovative evidence-based approaches to reading, writing, and mathematics for students with disabilities.
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