The Arkansas Department of Education celebrated Magnolia as a gold-level R.I.S.E. (Reading Initiative for Student Excellence) Community during a special event held Friday at East Side Elementary.
The local Albemarle Foundation council recently made a $72,000 grant to the Magnolia School District’s Performing Arts Center.
The Division of Elementary and Secondary Education recently invited all Arkansas school districts to participate in the "Holiday Cards 4 Our Military Challenge,” and Magnolia students accepted it.
School gardens can help bring the classroom outside, and they provide students with opportunities for hands-on learning in many subjects.
The Magnolia School District was one of three in Arkansas receiving recognition for their commitment to promoting literacy beyond school buildings and into surrounding communities.
The honor roll has been released for the Magnolia Freshman Academy and Magnolia High School for the first nine-week grading period of the 2022-2023 academic year.
A new K-4 school campus will cost Arkadelphia Public Schools a little over $26 million. In a special-called meeting Friday morning at the Iron Mountain Marina conference center, the Arkadelphia Board of Education approved an inflation-proof budget to construct the new Peake Elementary School…
Next month, Emerson Elementary Principal Jennifer Kyle and a 4th-grade teacher will be traveling to Washington, D.C., to receive the school’s National Blue Ribbon School Award for exemplary high performance from the U.S. Department of Education.
The Soybean Science Challenge, sponsored by the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board (ASPB), is open for students grades six through 12 across the state of Arkansas.
Noah Beard, a Bearden High School seventh grader, was recently named a 2022 Soybean Scholar by the Soybean Science Challenge, a program sponsored by the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board.
The Arkansas School Safety Commission made 56 new recommendations to improve school safety in its final report, obtained Wednesday by the Advocate.
Arkansas Farm to School Month was highlighted this week with a ceremony at Pinnacle View Middle School in Little Rock. It was part of nationwide efforts to connect schools, early childhood educational sites, and other organizations with farms to bring local, healthy food to children.
Hope School District has been awarded a competitive federal Magnet Schools Assistance Program (MSAP) Grant from the U.S. Department of Education $14,999,987.
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Forestry Division has extended the application deadline for the 20-year anniversary of the Shade Trees on Playgrounds (STOP) program through October 14.
New Fall 2022 teacher grants and educational projects have been awarded for the El Dorado School District by the El Dorado Education Foundation (EDEF).
In recognition of "Take Your Legislator to School Month," the Magnolia School District recently hosted state legislators to an informal discussion on various education issues.
The Magnolia School Board recently decided to study possible installation of artificial turf at the district’s football, baseball and softball fields.
Whitteni Lindsey, assistant principal at East Side Elementary School, has been selected for the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce 17th Class of Leadership Arkansas.
The Magnolia School District welcomed 49 new licensed personnel to the district at its annual new teacher orientation training on August 11.
The Magnolia Boys & Girls Club will host its “Back 2 School Bash” from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, sponsored by the Magnolia Junior Charity League.
During a special called meeting on Thursday, the Texarkana Independent School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved calling a School Bond Election for November 8.
Magnolia School District personnel will receive one-time bonuses from the district’s COVID-19 relief funds.
As families prepare for the start of the school year in August, many kids may struggle with anxiety about returning to the classroom. Brittney Schrick, extension assistant professor and family life specialist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, said it’s important …
For many families, the start of the school year means a return to hectic extracurricular schedules. Brittney Schrick, extension assistant professor and family life specialist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, said setting limits for the number of activities child…
For as long as there’s been a public school system in the United States, the return to class after summer vacation inevitably brings with it three unpleasantries: The cough, the sniffle and the sneeze.