Dear Athletic Parents & Guardians: Due to COVID 19, we will be unable to have our yearly mass physical exam on campus. Each athlete will need to schedule an appointment with their primary care physician, and turn in the physical paperwork directly to Coach Caston or their head coach. If you attended our mass physical in May 2019, your physical will expire on May 21, 2020. If you do not already have the updated physical form, it is available to print via the link below. Please schedule your appointment ASAP! Thank you! Click here for the the updated physical form: https://5il.co/i344
Dear Parents: Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this pandemic. We realize you have many questions, and we are trying to put together a plan for starting school back in August that is safe for our kids, follows guidance from Arkansas Department of Health and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and still provides our kids with some sense of normalcy. We have had over 60 teachers, parents, healthcare workers and other stakeholders developing this plan, and we are close to completing a document for release. There are a few questions we would like your input on prior to finalizing our plan and releasing the documents. We ask that you take a minute to complete the survey by Sunday, July 12, 2020. https://rb.gy/3jkhif Thank you!
Seniors, again we are excited and preparing for graduation!!!! If you still have your school issued laptop, please bring it by the high school office anytime this week between the hours of 7:00a.m.-5:00p.m. The final day to turn it in will be at graduation practice. Please get this taken care of as soon as possible. We will see you at 10:00a.m. THIS THURSDAY July 9th!!!!
MAGNOLIA HIGH SCHOOL SETS GRADUATION DATE AND PLANS Magnolia High School announced that graduation exercises for the 2020 senior class would be held on Thursday, July 9 at 7:00 p.m. in Panther Arena. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ceremony will follow guidelines from Governor Asa Hutchinson, the Arkansas Department of Education, and the Arkansas Department of Health. Guidelines require six-feet of social distancing in all areas in and around Panther Arena. The maximum occupancy of the arena will also be reduced. Each senior will receive three tickets to be used by family, friends, or other guests. Tickets must be presented at the door prior to entry. Facemasks will also be required by everyone attending or participating in the graduation exercises. Family and guests will be required to bring their own facemask. The Magnolia School District will not provide facemasks to those attending the ceremony. Hand sanitizing stations will be set up in the arena. Arena doors will open at 6:15 p.m. and attendees are encouraged to remain in their cars until school officials direct them to enter. For those unable to attend the 2020 graduation, Magnolia High School will provide live-streaming of the event on the Magnolia High School Facebook page.
COLLEGE ALGEBRA SENIORS!!!! If you have not returned your College Algebra Textbook, please bring it to the mandatory graduation practice!
Attention Seniors!!!! MANDATORY GRADUATION PRACTICE is set for July 9th at 10:00a.m. Please report to your assigned classroom no later than 9:45. An email was sent yesterday to all Seniors regarding the room assignments. Please be on time and practice social distancing as well as wearing face masks while here at the High School. Tickets for your guests will be handed out following the graduation practice. See you then!!!!
BAILEY COBURN RECOGNIZED AS DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR The Magnolia School Board recognized East Side Elementary School music teacher, Bailey Coburn as the 2020 District Teacher of the Year at their regular meeting on June 15. Superintendent, John Ward read Mrs. Coburn’s biography and then presented her with a plaque of recognition. Bailey will now represent the Magnolia School District in the Arkansas Teacher of the Year (ATOY) competition. Arkansas regional finalists will be announced the week of July 3-8. Regional finalists will also attend a reception ceremony at the Governor’s Mansion in Little Rock on July 31, where the four ATOY finalists will be announced. During the fall of 2020, the ATOY selection panel will visit the finalists’ schools for classroom observation and interviews. The 2021 Arkansas Teacher of the Year will then be announced sometime prior to December 20, 2020.
BAILEY COBURN RECOGNIZED AS DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR The Magnolia School Board recognized East Side Elementary School art teacher, Bailey Coburn as the 2020 District Teacher of the Year at their regular meeting on June 15. Superintendent, John Ward read Mrs. Coburn’s biography and then presented her with a plaque of recognition. Bailey will now represent the Magnolia School District in the Arkansas Teacher of the Year (ATOY) competition. Arkansas regional finalists will be announced the week of July 3-8. Regional finalists will also attend a reception ceremony at the Governor’s Mansion in Little Rock on July 31, where the four ATOY finalists will be announced. During the fall of 2020, the ATOY selection panel will visit the finalists’ schools for classroom observation and interviews. The 2021 Arkansas Teacher of the Year will then be announced sometime prior to December 20, 2020.
Students interested in Internship for the 2020-2021 school year. Mrs. Moore will be interviewing potential internship students for next year on Tuesday, June 16th from 10:00 until 3:00. Magnolia High School, Room 34. If you have applied for Internship for next year and have not had a face to face interview, please contact Mrs. Moore by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (870-901-2542 and leave a message for an appointment. If you have not applied and would like to do so, come to school for an application. MHS, Room 34.
Students interested in Internship for the 2020-2021 school year: Mrs. Moore will be interviewing potential internship students for next year on Tuesday, June 9th from 10:00 until 3:00. Magnolia High School, Room 34. If you have applied for Internship for next year and have not had a face to face interview, please contact Mrs. Moore by email (email@example.com) or call (870-901-2542) and leave a message for an appointment. If you have not applied and would like to do so, come to school for an application. MHS, Room 34.
BAILEY COBURN SELECTED MAGNOLIA SCHOOL DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR Magnolia School District personnel recently selected Bailey Coburn as the 2020 District Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Coburn is the music teacher at East Side Elementary School where she instructs approximately six hundred students in grades 1-3. Bailey is a graduate of Ashdown High School and Henderson State University. She began her career in Magnolia when she did her student teaching in the fall of 2014. She assisted with the band program and with East Side’s music program. After earning her Bachelors of Music in Education, Bailey taught in the El Dorado and Spring Hill school districts. However, she was always drawn back to Magnolia, working as the high school receptionist and finally returning to East Side as the elementary music teacher. At East Side, Bailey teaches approximately 600 students per week. She incorporates music from many cultures and time periods. She leads five music programs each year, including last year’s first-ever East Side Veterans Day program. She also includes self-regulation exercises in music class and began a weekly yoga program for students with behavioral and/or sensory issues. Bailey is married to Russell Coburn, a former Magnolia band director. They have one son, Henry, who will be three in June. They also have their rescue dog, Molly. Bailey’s hobbies include playing piano and ukulele, learning new technology, and taking naps. She loves to uplift her coworkers and come up with innovative ideas for the classroom. She can often be found with a to-do list in one hand and a Dr. Pepper in the other. Bailey is also an advocate for mental health and pushes her students to do their best. Mrs. Bailey is now eligible for the 2020 Arkansas Teacher of the Year competition.
Many MHS Juniors Need to Test This Summer MHS juniors who will be taking Advanced Placement Language and Composition next school year (advanced junior English with Ms. Hinton) can earn free concurrent college credit from SAU if they have a 19 in English and Reading on the ACT or an equivalent score on the Accuplacer Reading and English tests. You can take the Accuplacer at the SAU testing center, but you have to wear a mask and they will take your temperature when you arrive. You have to have an appointment, so you start by calling the testing center at 870-235-4145. They will know what test you are asking to take and why. The first time is free, but after that, it is $10 for each attempt. You can test more than once, but not always on the same day. The Accuplacer tests are not timed. You can also take the Accuplacer at home, but the cost is $35 or more and you will need a credit card. To take the test at home, you will need a code from SAU, so you still need to call the testing center for the code. (Parents should have gotten a letter concerning this over the weekend.) Juniors! Get this this done before school starts, so you don't miss out on a great opportunity!
Have you seen the school district's Virtual Art Show? We couldn't have it in the arena, but the art teachers have been working to put together a virtual show to share what their students have been working on! You can find it on our website, https://www.magnoliaschools.net/.
Girls Who Code is offering a free Virtual Summer Immersion Program (SIP). SIP is a virtual 2-week program that teaches girls entering grades 10-12 the computer science skills they need to make an impact in their community, while preparing for a career in tech. With these changes from our in-person to our now virtual program model, we will be hosting the largest coding program for girls in the country and would love your girls to join us. If interested, go here for more information. https://girlswhocode.com/programs/summer-immersion-program
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICER ELECTIONS: If you are entering 11th or 12th grade and interested in being a Student Council officer, you have until Friday, June 12th to do the following: -turn in the office you would like to run for -write about why you will make a good officer for student council and why you chose that office -have two teachers write a recommendation letter for you. Make sure they email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or Melissa.email@example.com. Check your email for more information about offices.
MAGNOLIA HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES TENTATIVE GRADUATION DATE Magnolia High School has announced a revised graduation date for the 2020 senior class. The tentative date will be Thursday, July 9 at 7:00 pm in Panther Arena. This preliminary date is pending Governor Asa Hutchinson’s announcement that will allow high schools to resume regular graduation exercises. The Governor’s announcement is expected to be middle to late June. Though the commencement ceremony may occur on this date, certain restrictions may be administered for the safety of the students and the public. Restrictions may include a limited occupancy number in the arena and/or a limited number of tickets available for family members and guests. Other restrictions may also apply.
SENIORS with library books: Be sure to turn in your books or pay the replacement cost by the end of this week in order to be able to get your diploma. If you are not sure if you have one out, check your email. If you are unable to pay, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attention National Honor Society members, if you would like a NHS graduation cord, we would love to order you one. Please bring $10 with you on Wednesday when you bring your laptops. Last names A-M will be 10:00-11:00 and last names N-Z will be 11:00-12:00. We will be there to collect your money. Please email Mrs. Smith or Ms. McMahan if you have questions.
ATTENTION High School Art Students: 10th - 12th Grade Art students are to pick up their art projects at the times listed below: Students with Last Names beginning with A – M will be both Tuesday and Wednesday (5/19 and 5/20) from 10:00am – 11:00am. Students with Last Names beginning with N – Z will be both Tuesday and Wednesday (5/19 and 5/20) from 11:00am – 12:00 noon. These will be picked up from Mrs. Hicks' classroom at these times.
All current 2020 Seniors need to return their school-issued laptops this Tuesday and Wednesday in front of the High School. Simply drive through the bus lane and we will be setup for you to return your laptop and charger. Backpacks will NOT be returned. Seniors with Last Names beginning with A – M will be both Tuesday and Wednesday (5/19 and 5/20) from 10:00am – 11:00am. Seniors with Last Names beginning with N – Z will be both Tuesday and Wednesday (5/19 and 5/20) from 11:00am – 12:00 noon. If you no longer have your laptop and/or charger, please contact the technology department at 870-901-2544 for further instructions. PLEASE NOTE: Seniors that are currently enrolled in AP classes, you can keep your laptops until you finish with AP exams you are signed up for. We have a list of those students, and upon completion of AP tests please return your laptop to the high school office.
Any novels from the English classrooms need to be returned to the drop-off box at the high school. This includes all dystopian book club novels from Mrs. Hamilton, Ms. McMahan, and Mrs. Tiegs. All AP Seniors, please return Kite Runner from Mrs. Smith’s class. Deadline Tuesday, May 19th.
FINAL CALL FOR YEARBOOK PICKUP! We will have a drive through distribution next Tuesday 5/19/20, from 10-11am in front of the High School. If you are looking to purchase, please bring exact change $55 or check made to MHS Yearbook. (Only 10 books left to purchase, first come first serve) If you have preordered a book and cannot come, your book will be held until graduation or next school year. Email email@example.com if you have questions.
ATTENTION SENIORS: A message to Magnolia High School Seniors from the counselor’s office. We will soon be finishing up grades for the seniors. Once everything is processed we will be able to send the FINAL COMPLETE transcript to the college of your choice. Before this can be done, we must have your help. The counselor’s office needs permission from the student as to where the final transcript needs to be sent. In addition to the transcript, test scores and immunization records will be included. Please send an email to Tracy Card (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Linda Smith (email@example.com) with the following information: -Student Name -Student ID# -Phone # you can be contacted at -College(s) you have decided to attend and have enrolled with If you have already done this, then you are all set. Thank you. Please remember, even though partial transcripts and documents may have previously been sent, the counselor’s office must have notice for where the final transcript needs to be sent. Please help us share and spread the word to seniors. Thank you.
ATTENTION Seniors 2020-2021 Anyone interested in getting an INTERNSHIP APPLICATION may come to see Mrs. Moore today at the high school. I will be in my room, Room 34, from 12:30-3:30 today, May 11th and Wednesday, May 13th. Also, if you want to talk about the program and your job, come see me.
2020-2021 MHS Swim & Dive Who: 9-12 grade students. You must have a 2.0 cumulative GPA or better. What: Competitive Swimming and Diving at Magnolia High School Where: 4A Conference When: 20-21 Season Questions: Contact Coach Dingman 870-904-2392 or Coach Herron 870-299-3572
Magnolia School District has been approved to join forces with Baylor University to offer the Meals-To-You program. What does this mean? It means that meals for your student(s) will be delivered to your home! Each household, with children ages 1-18 who qualify for free or reduced school meals, will need to go to the website www.mealstoyou.org and sign up by Monday, May 11th. PLEASE help share this to get the word out. This program will be replacing the food service delivery we have been doing since mid-March. Magnolia School District will not deliver meals after this Friday, 05/08. This is a great opportunity for our community!
ACT Test Online at Home Coming Fall/Winter In response to uncertainty and school cancellations due to COVID-19, ACT announced it will offer a flexible schedule for summer 2020 test dates and test-at-home options for fall/winter 2020. As CDC and local guidelines for safety allow, ACT will offer its June and July national test dates as scheduled and will additionally provide makeup test dates for June and July. The makeup test date for the June 13 national test date will be June 20, and the makeup test date for the July 18 test date will be July 25. ACT will work with individual national test centers should they need to reschedule to the makeup test date and students will be notified in advance. Students may also make free test date changes from the June to the July national test date. In addition to the three previously planned fall test dates on September 12, October 24 and December 12, ACT will also offer a remote proctoring option for the ACT® test in late fall/early winter 2020, allowing students to take the test at their home on a computer. ACT will launch the test-at-home option as part of its national testing program. The fee waivers ACT provides to students from low-income homes will apply to the at-home testing option, and ACT is considering other ways to address access and equity issues.
Attn. Seniors: I absolutely regret to announce that the Senior Prom has officially been cancelled. Graduation is still pending and a decision about how and when we will graduate is coming very soon. I am sorry for this announcement and hope you are staying healthy and well.
Upcoming 7th -12th Magnolia students interested in showing livestock for the Fall 2020 season, please complete the following: sign up for the Remind and complete the forms. Sale season will be coming soon, and we want to make sure you are taken care of! Remind information for FFA Show Team 2020, please do the following: Enter this number 81010, then text this message @2020ffash Also, please fill out this form ASAP! We are trying to get an idea of what we need to start gathering for you! Cattle, Sheep, Goats, and Hogs! https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=sg_iPgmwxUKn-zYskPpblcxTaC4iK5dBjPMuqjQKiHBUMko3SFVMREdNTE9LM1NFN09ITllVUUZPRS4u
ATTENTION SENIORS 2020-2021: INTERNSHIP APPLICATIONS Information about the Internship program is on Anita Moore's teacher page. You will need to view the Power Point and the Word document to understand the process of applying to Internship. You can do one of the following to complete the process: 1. Print off the application, complete, and drop off at the drop-off box at the high school. Put application in an envelope with "ATTENTION ANITA MOORE" on it. 2. Complete the information in a Word document and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. 3. Email email@example.com to get an application directly sent to you. 4. Call Mrs. Moore at 870-901-2542 and leave a voice mail. she will get back to you as soon as she receives it.
AP students, please check your email (school and personal accounts). If you have not received an email from College Board, refer to the email from Mrs. Card that explains what you need to do. You can also contact your AP teacher if you need help with this. Also, if you do not have internet access for taking the AP test, let your teacher or counselor know ASAP!
YEARBOOKS: The second day for yearbook pickup will be this THURSDAY, APRIL 23 in front of the high school. (Drive up. Do not get out of your vehicle.) 10:00-10:30am for those who have ALREADY paid. 10:30-11am for those who NEED TO PAY ($55 EXACT change or check). Limited copies remain. We will sell first come, first served. firstname.lastname@example.org
ATTENTION 11th GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN APPLYING FIR INTERNSHIP 2020-2021: Mrs. Moore will be in front of the school during yearbook distribution Thursday from 10:00-11:00. If you want to apply to the Internship program, you may come to school during this time to pick up an application or drop off a completed application. If you cannot come on Thursday, you may get an application from Anita Moore’s teacher page. Information about the program is there as well. Please email email@example.com if interested.
ATTENTION: Yearbooks are in! We will be having a controlled distribution THIS Thursday, 4/16, in front of the High School. To be in compliance of COVID-19 protocols, we will be organizing this pick up as follows: First: FOR PAID IN FULL ORDERS ONLY - Please come by at your class appointed time slot. Seniors 10-10:30, Juniors 10:30-11, Sophomores 11-11:30. Second: FOR THOSE WHO HAVE NOT PAID OR NEED TO COMPLETE PAYMENT - Please come by WITH EXACT CHANGE OR CHECK ($55) between 1-2pm. *Please be aware, we only have a limited amount of extra copies, so if you didn't pre-order and still want a book be mindful these will be sold first come, first serve.
Please see this release we received from AT&T. Magnolia Schools can not offer any support, but just relaying this as a service to our community of students and parents. We have no further information than this, so if you are interested please see the info below and reach out if interested. ————————————————————- From AT&T Our Commitment to Helping Families and Schools Stay Connected Now more than ever, it's important to have access to the Internet to stay in‑touch with family, friends, work, and school. That's why AT&T will continue to offer affordable ways to connect. Households with at least one resident who participates in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP), and in California only, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients, may qualify. There is NO annual commitment, NO deposit, NO installation fee and NO charge for an in‑home Wi‑Fi ® capable modem. Additionally, in response to the public health crisis1, Access from AT&T is temporarily: • Offering two months of free service, $5/mo. or $10/mo. plus taxes and fees thereafter, depending on your speed, for new Access customers who order by April 30, 2020. • Expanding eligibility based on income2 and to households participating in National School Lunch Program/Head Start • Waiving all home internet data overage fees Feel free to share our updated program information with students and their families. Please consider: • Including a flyer from our partner portal in communications to school families • Adding a mention of Access from AT&T and the link (att.com/access) on your school or district website or in emails sent to parents encouraging them to apply online • Ordering free copies of our updated preprinted flyers from the printing portal, attaccess.rrd.com, and distributing at grab‑and‑go locations Go to att.com/access to learn more about Access from AT&T. Please also sign into our partner portal, accesspartners.att.com, to browse our COVID-19 specific promotional and communications materials. For assistance beyond our online resources, please call 1‑855‑220‑5211. In a united effort, thank you for choosing us, AT&T
Community: we want to make sure that each and every senior gets a copy of their last high school yearbook! Some families have been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis and we are looking for sponsors to help cover costs. If you are willing to purchase a yearbook for a Senior who may not be able to afford one ($55) please email me. firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for everything you do to support our #PantherNation
ATTENTION SENIORS 2020-2021 Internship Applications: If you are interested in being an intern next year, go to Anita Moore's teacher page https://www.magnoliaschools.net/o/mhs/teacher_pages#/teachers/13314/pages/9302 and click on the Internship Application in Documents. You can do one of the following: 1. Print off the application, complete, and drop off at the drop-off box at the high school. Put application in an envelope with my name on it. ATTENTION ANITA MOORE 2. Complete the information in a Word document and email to me. email@example.com OR 3. I will be in front of school on Thursday, April 9th from 10:00 - 11:30. You may come and pick up an application at this time. You can complete it while at the school. Please bring your own pen.
MHS Students, the governor has announced that we will not be on campus for the remainder of the year. However, AMI work and Zoom meetings will continue as we have been doing the past few weeks. Please continue to stay in touch with your teachers! Be safe and stay healthy! It’s still a great day to be a Panther!🐾❤️🐾
Attention FCA Members: Coach LaValle will be hosting FCA meetings on Zoom every Tuesday night through May 19 at 6:00 pm. Check out his Teacher Page on the high school website for the Zoom link and login information.
MHS students, to get extra credit for AMI work, days 1-5 (ACT Prep), it must be completed online or turned into the drop box by noon on Monday, April 6. Please make sure your name is on it.
Coach Caston will be on Zoom at 12:30 on Wednesdays for Foundations of Sports Medicine and at 12:30 on Fridays for Sports Med. Injury Assessment.
Attention Seniors!!!! Jostens will be here April 9th. A-M starting at 10:00-10:45, N-Z 10:45-11:30. If you owe a balance please call 1(800)JOSTENS. Packages will be handed to you thru your car window. Please drive thru bus circle in front of school.
Coach Beeson will be available for his Physical Education classes via zoom Tuesdays at 10:00a.m. and his Health classes will be on zoom at 10:30.
Seniors: unfortunately we have had to cancel the 2020 senior play. You may keep your scripts or take them to the office any Monday-Thursday from 8-12 and leave it for me there.
2020 Yearbooks are still available for purchase! You can drop money off at the school (M-Th, 8-12), mail a check, or order online with Josten’s. Let me know if you have any questions!
Magnolia Schools Superintendent Mr. John Ward gives an update on COVID-19 and our District. Click the link below to view the update video: https://youtu.be/moEmPtyDNis
Magnolia High School Students: You should soon have an email from your English teacher. Even if you do not have a laptop, your school email account can be accessed on a phone through Office 365. Please check your email and reply to your teacher as soon as possible.
ACT RESCHEDULES TESTING DATES The safety of students and test center staff is ACT’s top priority. ACT has rescheduled its April 4 national test date to June 13 across the U.S. in response to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). All students registered for the April 4 test date will receive an email from ACT in the next few days informing them of the postponement and instructions for free rescheduling to June 13 or a future national test date.
Some clarification on AMI Information for this week: AMI assignments are made available online at www.magnoliaschools.net under the News section. Links to each campus are provided. AMI assignment packets may also be picked up on the individual campuses from 1:00-3:00 today. For anyone who is unable to access the online assignments or pick them up on the campuses, the AMI assignment packets will be available at the following lunch pick-up locations Tuesday-Friday, March 17-20: o Central Elementary Cafeteria Drive Through- 11:00-1:00 o West Side Park-12:00-12:30 o South Side Park-12:00-12:30 o McNeil Old School-12:00-12:30 o Waldo Old Fire Station-12:00-12:30 o Village Old School-12:00-12:30
Brush off your best lines and your best performance for a family-friendly poetry slam next Monday (3/16) at Mule Kick! Prizes include a Mule Kick gift certificate and some amazing poetry collections. Judges will be Larry Dunn, Kurt Coppersmith, and Kate Stover. Co-sponsored by SAU's Sigma Tau Delta and MHS English Department. Ages 16 & up can enter on Mule Kick's facebook page.
Magnolia High School held its 2020 Mu Alpha Theta Ceremony Tuesday evening. Mu Alpha Theta is a Mathematics Honor Society. There were 38 new members inducted and 26 returning members recognized. Congratulations to this elite group of Mathematics students. Thank you to Albemarle, Mr. Steve Card, and Mr. Joshua Wiggins for sponsoring our ceremony.
The adult 4A State Championship pre-sale tickets in the HS Annex are sold out. Student tickets are still available. To order adult tickets online, visit the link below: https://gofan.co/app/events/83640 (Panthers are Session 4)
The Magnolia School District will close all campuses and office buildings on Friday, March 13, 2020 in order that faculty, staff, and students may attend the State 4A Basketball Tournament in Hot Springs. The Magnolia High School Panthers will be defending their state championship title when they take on the Mills University Studies Comets at the Hot Springs Convention Center. Game time is set for 7:45 pm. A make-up day will be determined and announced on a later date.
The Magnolia School District will close all campuses and office buildings Friday, Mar. 13 in order that faculty, staff, and students may attend the State 4A Basketball Tournament in Hot Springs. A make-up day will be determined and announced at a later date. Game time is set for 7:45 against Mills Comets.
Panther and Lady Panther swimmers hit the water at 3:30 today in Bentonville for the 4A-1A State Swim meet!! Let’s Go MHS swimmers!! Leave it all in the water!!
Magnolia Panthers and Lady Panthers will travel to Bentonville Thursday for the 4A-1A State Swim Meet. The team will practice on Friday morning at the Bentonville Community Center Facility. The 4A-1A meet will be the afternoon meet on Saturday, and will begin at 3:30 pm. Magnolia High School will send off the team from the Panther Arena parking lot 10:00 am on Thursday morning. The community is invited to come out and cheer on the Panthers and Lady Panthers as they head to the state meet.
A great day today for Seniors!!!! Students were challenged today with real life scenarios. Everything from writing a check to balancing a budget and managing households!!! Lots of great feedback from them today on the activities!!! Thank you to all the volunteers that made this possible for our students!! A special thank you to Jeff Venable and Annette Pate for spearheading the event!
ACT testing Tuesday, Feb. 25. Good luck to all juniors testing! We are excited to see your hard work pay off! Seniors meet in the arena at 8:00 for Career Day hosted by University of AR Division of Agriculture. Panther Plaza will be closed until 1:00.
The MHS Television Production class will be live streaming the full girls and boys basketball games tonight from the MHS Facebook Fanpage located at http://www.facebook.com/MHSMagnoliaAR on Facebook! It’s also Senior Night! Girls tip at 6:00 Guys tip at 7:30
Reminder.....Lady Panthers and Panthers will play their final game tonight in Panther Arena when the Hamburg Lady Lions and Lions come to town. It is Senior night also so plan to get there early for a seat!!! Tonight is also the debut of our television production class. Stay tuned on how you can watch live on television this evening!!! Go Panthers!!!
Magnolia High School Quiz Bowl is on their way to Cabot to compete today!
Our Partners in Education are wonderful!!! Walked in today to many sweet treats for our Faculty and Staff!! This is much appreciated. We are so grateful for all you do for us!!!
Everyone's talking about the new Magnolia Schools Mobile App. Are you wondering what it's all about? Check out this video! It will answer any questions you may have, and then some! https://youtu.be/YJ25s03oPUs Download the free app using the links below using the link that's right for your device! Android: http://bit.ly/3aO03J4 or iPhone: https://apple.co/2tRYTeO.
Career and Technical Education Day took place at the state Capitol Tuesday, February 11, 2020. Held in the capitol rotunda, the event was designed to showcase CTE programs and leaders from across the state. Magnolia High School was well represented by students from the internship program. MHS students attending were A’Nijah Caldwell, Caitlin Jermany, and Jeremiah Smith.
BRAELYN BEASLEY SIGNS FOOTBALL SCHOLARSHIP WITH HSU Magnolia High School senior, Braelyn Beasley, recently signed a letter-of-intent to play football for the Henderson State University Reddies next fall. Beasley was a two-way starter for the Panthers during 2019 season. As a quarterback, Braelyn threw for 533 yards with seven touchdown passes. He also had 800 yards rushing with eight touchdowns and two 2-point conversions. As a defensive back, Beasley led the conference with six interceptions. He also had fourteen pass deflections and thirty-eight tackles with three tackles for loss. Braelyn was the quarterback and defensive back of the year as an All-Conference player this year. He was also named to the All-State team as a defensive back. Braelyn has been selected to play in two All-Star games this summer. He will play in the Arkansas High School All-Star game and the FCA All-Star game between Arkansas and Texas All-Stars. Beasley is projected to play either defensive back or receiver for the Reddies next season.
Lady Panther and Panthers face off with the Camden Fairview Cardinals tonight (2/11)!!! Come out and join in on the excitement of Lady Panther and Panther Basketball! Panther Arena, women start at 6:00 with the Men starting around 7:30!
Progress Reports go out today and parent conferences are Tuesday, Feb. 11 from 3:30-6:30.
Let’s pack out the student section on Feb 11th, for a school spirit pic! We will take the picture at halftime of the boys game! Wear your school colors and bring your Panther spirit! Just leave hand signs in your pockets! 😊
Magnolia School District would like to thank the sponsors listed below for their $600 donation to the Magnolia Quarterback Club. The sponsors have been supplying sports banners for the high school sports teams, featuring the full teams and their seniors. This donation comes from print sales sold to parents and fans of these images of the MHS and MJHS Football teams. The sponsors involved are: Farmers Bank & Trust Gary Don Farrar Shelter Insurance Agency Mule Kick Kathy's Dance Arts Studio Physiques, Inc. Murphy's Jewelers ONLY in Magnolia Greg Payne D.D.S. and JRowe Photography, LLC Pictured are representatives from these businesses, Magnolia Quarterback Club Representative Jason Ray, High School Head Coach Mark King, Junior High head coach John Rich, and Athletic Director Dyun Long. This money will go directly to this amazing organization and the students of the MHS and MJHS football teams! Many thanks to these sponsors and most importantly all parents who purchased prints making it possible!
The Senior Play, “13 Ways to Screw Up Your College Interview” by Ian McWethy, will be May 8-9th. Seniors - Come see Ms. Goodwin if you are interested in participating!
Free ACT Boot Camp Thursday, Feb. 20 at SAU. Available to the first 150 students who sign up. Transportation and lunch provided. Sign up in the MHS office.
No school Monday, Jan. 20. Enjoy your MLK, Jr. day!
MHS December Students of the Month (Sponsored by Terry’s CashSaver): 12th grade: Jordan Sigala, Megan Green 11th grade: Dorian Pressley, Sierra Putney 10th grade: Rory Lowther, Allie Cranston