Taylor Elementary School has listed its first nine weeks honor roll for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The Rotary Club of Magnolia continues to distribute copies of the “American Heritage Children’s Dictionary” to third-grade students at all schools in Columbia County.
Columbia County Sheriff Mike Loe and Deputy Sheriff Jordan Hanson last week presented Emerson School Principal Jim Deloach and School Counselor Queria Adewumi with a $600 check.
HOPE – A plan to convert each Friday into a “virtual instruction day” to accommodate teacher workloads beyond the regular class day created by the bifurcated on-site/virtual system employed by the Hope Public Schools during the COVID-19 crisis was adopted Monday by the Hope Board of Education.
Students who are attending Magnolia School District classes virtually – along with their parents and guardians – may take part in a drive-through flu clinic starting at 9 a.m. Friday at Magnolia High School.
The Hampton School District, in partnership with North Little Rock's Today's Power, Inc. (TPI), has announced the school district’s new solar project.
The solar power industry continues to glow in South Arkansas with the commissioning this week of a new array for the Bearden School District, and a groundbreaking for a facility in Star City.
The Magnolia School District has announced that due to the change to Virtual Learning Friday, report cards for the first nine-weeks grading period will be sent home on Thursday, October 22 instead of Friday, October 23.
Magnolia School District students will attend classes remotely on Fridays only starting this Friday, and continuing through the final day of the semester on December 18.
magnoliareporter.com took a brief tour last week through the new Magnolia High School Performing Arts Center under construction along East Greene Street.
Magnolia High School students will switch to a virtual learning environment through the rest of the week due to new COVID-19 cases.
The Hope School Board met Monday in a meeting that mixed a virtual meeting with several board members in-person at the school administration building
The Magnolia School District requests that students commit to either the virtual or on-campus option by Friday, September 25 to allow schools to finalize rosters.
The Magnolia School District has received more than $70,000 in grants to assure that students receive fresh fruits and vegetables with some of their school meals.
Members of FRA (Fleet Reserve Association) Branch 98 invite all students in grades 7 through 12 to participate in the Association’s 2020-2021 Americanism Essay Contest. Participants are invited to submit a 350-word essay centered on this year’s theme: “The Bill of Rights and me.”
ROSSTON – All good things must come to an end and so it goes for Rick McAfee’s tenure as superintendent of the Nevada School District.
Public schools in Magnolia and across Arkansas open today for the new school year – two weeks later than scheduled to allow more prep time for COVID-19 pandemic precautions.
The Rosston-based Nevada School District announced Friday afternoon that it will briefly delay the opening of fall semester classes due to a single case of COVID-19 among staff members.
Columbia Christian Schools began classes last Monday and with guidelines in place to prevent COVID-19 spread, the school year is off to a good start, according to Superintendent Ted Waller.
With the COVID-19 pandemic in full swing this summer, in addition to college courses being affected, so too were the summer camps and learning experiences hosted each year at the University of Arkansas campus.
Preparations for the start of Magnolia’s school year amid the COVID-19 pandemic were outlined during Monday’s School Board meeting.
Hope Public Schools students in grade 5-12 will have to opportunity to begin building a personal library of books through a $100,000 grant awarded the HPS.
Future School of Fort Smith has been awarded $1.2 million from the Windgate Foundation to be used toward the expansion of a 9th grade class in 2021.
Parents of children heading to school later this month likely have a new addition to their back-to-school supply lists: face masks.
The Arkansas Department of Higher Education has awarded Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarships to 50 Magnolia High School students.
State officials made clear on Wednesday that they expect all Arkansas public school districts to have “minimum, relevant and engaging” onsite learning opportunities each day of the five-day school week despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Magnolia School District has made adjustments to its official 2020-2021 school calendar to reflect Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s order to start the school year later.