The Special Olympics Basketball Tournament was today at SAU. Magnolia High School's team went and played great! The team received 2nd place in their age division. Each student received a medal. When you see these students, be sure to congratulate them on a job well done!
Yearbooks are still on sale for $60. You may order in person from Mrs. Fish in room 36 at MHS or online at www.jostens.com
. In order to guarantee that you get a book, you must order by February 28, 2024. After that date, books cannot be guaranteed to be available. Limited copies are left. Order your book today!
Girls Basketball Scholarship Opportunity
Interested in the agriculture industry?
Don't miss Senior Night tonight versus Nashville on PanthersTV! Senior Night festivities will begin with the Lady Panther Seniors before the girls game starts at 6 p.m., followed by Cheer and the Panther Seniors before the boys plays. https://youtube.com/@PanthersTV?si=PikVvtUtRMvsfwJ3
Please join FBLA in congratulating the following students on placing at the District IV Spring Competition. They will continue their competition at State in April. Symphonie Campbell placed 1st in Intro to Parliamentary Procedure, Ja'Niya Turner placed 1st in Intro to Business Procedures, Michael Poulsen placed 1st in Intro to Information Technology, Alexander Poulsen placed 2nd in Public Speaking, Reed Kirkpatrick placed 2nd in Computer Problem Solving, Mia Bailey placed 4th in Intro to Event Planning, Tynekia Gilbert placed 4th in Intro to Marketing Concepts, Auzy Simmons placed 4th in Intro to Financial Math, Ta'Niya Carter and Ja'Kayvia Dunn placed 5th in Visual Design magazine, Kaiden Hearnsberger placed 5th in Agribusiness, Kayla Grandon placed 6th in Public Policy and Advocacy, and Shaylee Humphreys placed 6th in Cybersecurity.
Mrs. Fish's Computer Science classes enjoyed a day of computer science fun on Thursday, February 8th. Computer Science Specialists from all over the state came down and helped run a day of physical computing using the raspberry pi computer, circuits, LED bulbs and even held a hackathon for students to compete in. Students created a circuit to light an LED bulb, a game to calculate speed, and an etch-a -sketch using circuits and the raspberry pi. In the hackathon students solved puzzles, as well as riddles online to find a flag (the answer). Students also completed some physical challenges such as lock picking to get the flag for points. The team with the most points won!. It was a fun filled day to explore all things Computer Science!
Magnolia Junior Charity League Scholarship applications are available in Mrs. Callicott's office for those students planning to attend SAU.
Planning to pursue a degree in education? Check out this scholarship opportunity!
Here is scholarship information for seniors who have had a family member involved in the pupil transportation industry.
Shelter Insurance (Agent, Bryan Bolt) is funding a $1,500.00 scholarship.
Another scholarship opportunity for seniors!
Free FAFSA help is available for senior families!
COLUMBIA COUNTY COMMODITIES DISTRIBUTION
Thursday, February 15, 2024
Friday, February 16, 2024
The Hospitality House
100 Meadowbrook Lane
Distribution starts at 9:00 am
You can still order a yearbook by going online to https://www.jostens.com/
There are limited copies left! Deadline to guarantee you receive a book is February 28, 2024! Don't miss out!