Attention Parents Grades K-9! Baseball season at your Magnolia Boys & Girls Club of Magnolia is just around the corner. You will not regret it! Registration is January 5th - February 18th. It’s time to act now! (Grades K-9, must be 4yrs old by May 31st)
5 months ago, Magnolia School District
Boys & Girls Club of Magnolia Baseball/Softball Season Registration
Due to the high number of isolated staff and students, Magnolia School District will use an AMI day on Tuesday Jan. 18. We will return to onsite instruction Wednesday, Jan. 19. After-school activities will remain as scheduled.
6 months ago, Magnolia School District
Due to the high number of isolated staff and students, Magnolia School District will use an AMI day on Tuesday Jan. 18. We will return to onsite instruction Wednesday, Jan. 19. After-school activities will remain as scheduled.
6 months ago, Magnolia School District
Due to the high number of isolated staff and students, Magnolia School District will use an AMI day on Tuesday Jan. 18. We will return to onsite instruction Wednesday, Jan. 19. After-school activities will remain as scheduled.
6 months ago, Magnolia School District
The Magnolia School District will be closed Friday, January 14 due to the number of staff and students absent. This day will be used as an AMI day. All school events will be rescheduled. The District will evaluate the numbers over the next few days to make a decision when to return to normal schedules. The District will be closed Monday, January 17 in observance of Martin Luther King Day. Hopefully school can resume on Tuesday. We are sorry for any inconvenience due to this late announcement.
6 months ago, Scott Nipper
Attention Please: The Butterfly bus will not be running tomorrow morning. Please make proper arrangements. We apologize for the inconvenience.
7 months ago, Magnolia School District
Partners in Education November Volunteer Meeting Tuesday, November 30 Central Elementary School Cafeteria 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
7 months ago, Scott Nipper
Magnolia Partners in Education Meeting
USDA - Columbia County Commodities Distribution November 18-19 9:00 am Magnolia Boys & Girls Club
8 months ago, Scott Nipper
Commodities Distribution Ad
WARD RECEIVES STATE REPRESENTATIVE RECOGNITION During the November 1 Magnolia School Board meeting, Arkansas State Representatives David Fielding and Lane Jean presented Magnolia Superintendent, John “Skipper” Ward, with a citation that recognized him as the 2022 Arkansas Superintendent of the Year. The citation valued Ward’s leadership abilities, communication skills, professionalism, and community involvement. The Arkansas House of Representatives directed the citation and was signed by Representatives David Fielding, District 5; Lane Jean, District 2; DeAnn Vaught, District 4; and Speaker of the House, Matthew Shepherd. John Ward is in his eighth year serving as the educational leader for the District.
8 months ago, Scott Nipper
Superintendent of the Year
STATEMENT FROM THE MAGNOLIA SCHOOL DISTRICT Today, Magnolia High School received information of a possible threat of violence. The Magnolia Police Department was called and police officers actively investigated all claims. As of this time, no credible threat has been substantiated and there is no active threat to students or staff. The Magnolia School District will be diligent in the safety and security of all students and staff on all District campuses. A police presence will be on all school campuses on Thursday, October 28. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
8 months ago, Scott Nipper
MPD Press Release
The Magnolia School District is aware of a threat toward Magnolia High School last night on a social media platform. School personnel are working with the Magnolia Police Department to resolve the matter. School resource officers are also on campus to aide in the investigation. We appreciate your support and patience.
8 months ago, Scott Nipper
COVID-19 Protocol Change for K-12 Schools During a press conference on Tuesday, October 19, Governor Asa Hutchinson in conjunction with the Arkansas Department of Health announced changes to the COVID-19 Protocol for K-12 schools. This change is limited to the school setting. The definition of a close contact in a school setting has changed from within six feet for fifteen minutes to within three feet for fifteen minutes. Reminder THREE EXCEPTIONS THAT DO NOT REQUIRE A CLOSE CONTACT TO QUARANTINE: 1. Fully vaccinated – If a person is fully vaccinated and is exposed to a positive case, they are not required to quarantine. 2. 90-day immunity – If a person is in their 90-day immunity window from having been positive and they are exposed to a positive case, they are not required to quarantine. 3. Proper mask wearing – If BOTH a positive case and a close contact are properly masked during the exposure period, the close contact is not required to quarantine.
9 months ago, Scott Nipper
October has been declared National Economic Education Month! Magnolia Schools will be celebrating all month long with fun, engaging activities in our schools. Here are some great resources to participate at home! - bit.ly/ecoar21 pic.twitter.com/JkTr7bnbre #PANTHERNATION
9 months ago, Scott Nipper
Currently, our positivity rate is below 8%. As a result, the requirement for masks to be worn by all school district employees, students, and visitors while inside any school district building, bus, van, or other vehicles is no longer in place. Masks have proven to reduce the number of quarantines as a result of being identified as a close contact. All protocols for quarantines remain in place, and those individuals not properly wearing a mask and/or those who have not received full vaccination, will be required to quarantine if identified as a close contact. We encourage you to consider continuing to wear a mask to reduce the potential of being quarantined, as well as to limit the spread of COVID-19. Should the 14-day average positivity rate in Columbia County exceed 8%, this policy will be reinstated.
9 months ago, Magnolia School District
Walker Pre-K Reminder
9 months ago, Kim Wyrick
Reminder
Partners in Education to host Informational Meeting Tuesday, October 5 5;30 - 6:30 Magnolia Middle School Cafeteria
9 months ago, Scott Nipper
Partners In Education to host Informational Meeting Tuesday, October 5 5:30 - 6:30 Magnolia Middle School Cafeteria
9 months ago, Scott Nipper
PIE Meeting Flyer
JOHN WARD SELECTED ARKANSAS SUPERINTENDENT OF THE YEAR During the regularly scheduled Magnolia School Board meeting on Monday, September 13, 2021, Superintendent John Ward was surprised with an official visit from members of the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators. AAEA Executive Director, Mike Hernandez presented Mr. Ward with the 2021-2022 Arkansas Superintendent of the Year award. Ward starts this fall in his eighth year as superintendent of the Magnolia School District.
10 months ago, Scott Nipper
Superintendent of the Year
Superintendent and School Board
Scott Nipper , less than a minute ago BUS SCHEDULE CHANGES FOR MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 The following buses will be running late today: Flag Dinosaur Ball Tiger We ask for your patience as we try to get our students home safely. Thank You!
10 months ago, Scott Nipper
School Bus
Arkansas Council for Military Children Hosts Annual Military Family Forum.
10 months ago, Scott Nipper
MIC3 Town Hall Meeting Announcement