USDA COLUMBIA COUNTY COMMODITIES DISTRIBUTION Thursday, February 15, 2024 Friday, February 16, 2024 The Hospitality House 100 Meadowbrook Lane Distribution starts at 9:00 am
20 days ago, Magnolia School District
The Magnolia School District would like to congratulate Jodie Arnold, who recently received National Board Certification in Early Childhood education. Jodie is currently a third grade teacher at Central Elementary School. Arnold commented, “Pursuing Board certification has been a rewarding experience that has helped me grow as a teacher. I encourage other educators in my district to pursue National Board Certification.” The founding mission of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards is to advance the quality of teaching and learning by maintaining high and rigorous standards for what accomplished teachers should know and be able to do. National Board Certification is the most respected professional certification available in education and provides numerous benefits to teachers, students, and schools. It was designed to develop, retain, and recognize accomplished teachers and to generate ongoing improvement in schools nationwide.
27 days ago, Magnolia School District
Jodie Arnold - NBCT
Magnolia School District will return to school on Monday, January 22 on a regular schedule. We still have many roads throughout the district covered in ice. Buses will not travel down unsafe roads.
about 1 month ago, Magnolia School District
Roads throughout the Magnolia School District are unsafe for travel. We will remain closed Friday, Jan. 19th and plan to resume classes on Monday, Jan. 22nd.
about 1 month ago, Magnolia School District
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Roads throughout the Magnolia School District are unsafe for travel. We will remain closed Friday, Jan. 19th and plan to resume classes on Monday, Jan. 20th.
about 1 month ago, Magnolia School District
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Roads throughout the Magnolia School District are unsafe for travel. We will remain closed Friday, Jan. 19th and plan to resume classes on Monday, Jan. 20th.
about 1 month ago, Magnolia School District
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While main road conditions improve, less traveled roads, sidewalks and parking lots remain too icey to safely return to school. Low temperatures overnight will cause refreezing as well. We will remain closed on Thursday. Stay warm!
about 1 month ago, Magnolia School District
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School will remain closed on Wednesday, Jan. 17, due to inclement weather and poor road conditions. Stay Warm.
about 1 month ago, Magnolia School District
Due to inclement weather, we will not have school on Tuesday, Jan. 16. Plans for Wednesday will be announced tomorrow. Any make-up days will be announced at a later date. Stay warm!
about 1 month ago, Magnolia School District
Say “hello” to two-way messaging in the Magnolia Schools app! The same district app now offers class streams, class announcements, and parent-teacher chat. Look for your personalized invitation to begin using this feature in our app after 12/20/23. Download for Android http://bit.ly/2urvzf2 Download for iPhone https://apple.co/30Xngny
2 months ago, Magnolia School District
Say "hello" to Parent-Teacher Chat Graphic, Download the Magnolia Public Schools app from the iOS App Store or Android Play Store and enable Notifications.
The love of reading is contagious, and learning opportunities abound when schools and communities partner together to focus on building a culture of reading for their students, families, and community. Because of their outstanding school/community collaboration, the Arkansas Department of Education recently recognized seven cities as R.I.S.E Communities for 2022-2023. ADE’s Reading Initiative for Student Excellence, or R.I.S.E. Arkansas program, encourages reading beyond just the classroom and sets a goal to create communities and schools that promote a culture of reading for residents of all ages. To be eligible for the recognition, schools and communities submitted a letter of commitment, developed an action plan, and provided a portfolio that showed evidence of implementation throughout the year. Applications were then scored using a rubric. There was one factor that each recognized community had in common: dedication to promoting the love of reading. The only community and district to be recognized a Gold-Level winner twice is Magnolia. Magnolia submitted the maximum number of ten literacy events in their application for the award. These events promoted the importance of creating a culture and love of reading and collaboration among the schools and community. Friday, December 8, a celebration was held at the Magnolia Performing Arts Center. Representatives from the Arkansas Department of Education presented Superintendent John Ward, District Curriculum Coordinator Penny Talley, and the state and community partners with the award. The District appreciates the support provided by the community and businesses of Magnolia. Without the donated funds and time from these collaborating partners, the literacy events and winning the R.I.S.E. Community Award would not be possible.
2 months ago, Magnolia School District
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R.I.S.E. Community Award Celebration
R.I.S.E. Community Award Celebration
Central welcomed the Magnolia School Board and Mr. John Ward , Superintendent ,to our campus this morning! Student Ambassadors from each of the grades toured them through each hallway, the SAGE room, and the Central Food Pantry. They discussed the new computer programs being implemented this year, things that are happening in each grade, and how SAGE, and the Central Food Pantry operates. We appreciate each of the School Board Members for all they do for our District, and for taking the time to visit our campus.
3 months ago, Central Elementary School
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Central Elementary is collecting fuzzy socks and blankets for the Elders of Wentworth. Students are encouraged to bring these new, with tags items until December 15th. If you do not have a student at Central and would like to contribute fuzzy socks or blankets, just drop them off at the office during normal school hours. We cannot wait to see the smiles these warm fuzzies will bring to the Elders of Wentworth.
3 months ago, Central Elementary School
Fuzzy Sock Flyer
Kaylynn Sands, at the age of four, organized a Toy Drive for Arkansas Children’s Hospital for her birthday party. Today, she is a 5th grade student at Central Elementary, and her Toy Drive is still going strong. This year, Central Elementary has joined forces with her to stock the toy closet at the hospital. During the weeks of November 13 – 17 and November 27 – 30, 2023, students are asked to bring a new, unopened, toy to their homeroom. Patients in Arkansas Children’s Hospital range from newborn to age 18. A list is available at https://5il.co/28s9u, if you need ideas for each age group. Once the toy drive has ended, a winner will be named in each grade. The winners will choose between a popcorn or ice cream sundae party. If you do not have children who attend Central, and you would like to donate to this fabulous cause, toys can be dropped off at the front office of Central during school hours, during the dates of the drive.
3 months ago, Central Elementary School
Kaylynn's Toy Drive
Magnolia Food Service Department announces that the PEBT Call Center will be open the month of November. Contact the Magnolia Food Service Department with questions regarding missing PEBT cards.
4 months ago, Magnolia School District
Food Service PEBT card announcement
Central faculty and staff joined together today in PINK to show our support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
5 months ago, Central Elementary School
Central Faculty in Pink
Congratulations to Brenda Murria! Brenda is the GRAND PRIZE WINNER in the Magnolia School District Meal Application Promotion drawing. She is the winner of a $100 GIFT CARD. Please come by the Magnolia School Annex Food Service Department to redeem your prize. The Magnolia School District Food Service Department would like to thank everyone that filled out lunch applications this year.
5 months ago, Magnolia School District
Magnolia Leaping Panther
Magnolia School District to Hold Annual Flu Clinic Parent Consent forms will be sent home with students on Monday, October 2.
5 months ago, Magnolia School District
Magnolia Flu Clinic Announcement
The Book Fair is Coming to Central!!! When: October 2 - October 6, 2023 Where: Book Room at Central The link below provides information about the Book Fair and how to set up your E-Wallet account so that students do not need money to shop. Students will attend the Book Fair during their Library time. https://www.scholastic.com/bf/centralelementaryschool144
5 months ago, Central Elementary School
Book Fair Flyer
Meet the 2023 - 2024 Central Student Ambassadors!! Last year was the first year for the Central Student Ambassador program. The program was created to provide students with an opportunity to develop their leadership and communications skills, help new students around campus, and to be more involved with campus and district-wide events, as well as learn how to help their community. Student Ambassadors must maintain an A/B average on their report cards, keep good attendance and behavior, and always set an example for their peers. Throughout the year, Student Ambassadors will have opportunities to listen to community members and organizations around town. Students will meet throughout the school year to create projects that promote a positive environment on campus. We are looking forward to another year of watching all the amazing things our Central Student Ambassadors will do!
5 months ago, Central Elementary School
2023 - 2024 Central Student Ambassador Picture