Jack Hoyle, a member of the Taylor FFA Chapter from Taylor High School, was named 2nd place overall in the Agricultural Power Systems Division of the 2019 National FFA Agriscience Fair at the 92nd National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis.
HOPE – Hope Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Bobby Hart joins 20 other Arkansas school district superintendents of schools in an effort to prioritize attendance in public schools.
Students at Central Elementary School in Magnolia recently teamed up with Farmers Bank & Trust to help collect items to send to deployed troops.
Columbia Christian School participated in the BEST (Boosting Engineering Science & Technology) Robotics competition in Little Rock on Saturday at Parkview High School.
The Division of Elementary and Secondary Education has approved the Magnolia School District to use five Alternative Methods of Instruction days this academic year.
Homecoming week festivities continue at Magnolia High School on Friday with an assembly and a tribute to one of its finest athletes.
The Stamps Rotary Club recently donated dictionaries to all third-grade students at Lafayette County Elementary School. Mrs. Stacy Pierce represented the Rotary Club during the presentation of the dictionaries.
WASHINGTON – Arkansas high school students are exploring and offering solutions to national issues as members of U.S. Sen. John Boozman’s Congressional Youth Cabinet.
Gabrielle Bulliard, a senior at Magnolia High School, has been notified by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation that she has been named a Semifinalist in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
The College Board Advanced Placement Program has notified Keith Watson, a 2019 Magnolia High School graduate, that he has earned National AP Scholar recognition.
McGehee High School is one of 35 schools selected by the National Council for Behavioral Health, with support from Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation, to participate in the country’s expanded teen Mental Health First Aid pilot program in January 2020.
Julious Elmore, author of “Stories of the Wracken Sacker,” recently visited the third-grade class of Betty Wilson at Columbia Christian School.
Economics Arkansas, a non-profit educational organization, is accepting teacher grant applications through September 16 for up to $500 to support classroom projects that involve economics, personal finance or entrepreneurship.
HOPE – The realization of almost two years of planning, development and community collaboration will be completed with the grand opening of the Bobcat Clinic, the first-ever school-based health clinic in Southwest Arkansas.
Magnolia High School graduate Roy Green’s jersey number 25 may soon be retired, becoming the first number retirement in Magnolia School District history.
The Magnolia and Emerson-Taylor-Bradley school districts have released their policies for providing free and reduced price meals for children served under National School Lunch Program, Afterschool Snack Program, and/or School Breakfast Program.
With an emphasis on international cuisine and locally sourced ingredients, TEXarkana Independent School District will revolutionize most parents’ understanding of the typical school lunch.