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Magnolia School District Mask Policy

Magnolia School District Mask Policy

Dear Panther Nation: Our Board of Directors voted this evening to implement the attached MSD Mask Policy effective immediately. The policy states that “Should the...

AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN STAKEHOLDER FEEDBACK

AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN STAKEHOLDER FEEDBACK

Magnolia School District is seeking critical feedback from various stakeholders who have significant insight into the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on teaching and...

Bodcaw Bank Sponsors Field Trip

Bodcaw Bank Sponsors Field Trip

Bodcaw Bank sponsored a field trip for Mrs. Story' and Mrs. Eddy's classes to Trendy You where they got to paint and take home a work of art on canvas! They also were...

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Scott Nipper

Scott Nipper

about 12 hours ago

JESSICA TALLEY WINS BESSIE B. MOORE AWARD

East Side Elementary School teacher, Jessica Talley, was recently surprised at a pep assembly given in her honor. Surrounded by the second grade student body, East Side teachers, and District personnel, Mrs. Talley was recognized as one of five Economics Arkansas’ Bessie B. Moore award winners for the 2020-2021 school year. Marsha Masters, Associate Director of Economics Arkansas presented Mrs. Talley with the “Bessie” award and a check for $1,000.

Economics Arkansas launched the Bessie B. Moore Awards program in 1995 to honor exemplary teachers for successfully developing outstanding economic and personal finance classroom projects. Arkansas educators in grades PreK-12 may enter the program by submitting written descriptions of their creative projects. These projects are reviewed and judged by an independent panel of economic education specialists. The winners receive $1,000 cash awards, statewide recognition and “The Bessie.”

During the Magnolia READS financial literacy campaign in the spring of 2021, Jessica used her project, Billy Sure Could; We Sure Can, Too! to integrate economic concepts into her classroom lessons. Her K-2 students participated in various activities to learn about the world of finance and economics.

Economics Arkansas (through the Arkansas Council on Economic Education) is a private, non-profit, non-partisan educational organization founded in 1962 by Dr. Arch Ford, with Dr. Bessie B. Moore as its first executive director, to promote economic literacy in Arkansas. Its mission is to equip PreK-12 schools with standards-based resources and professional development to teach economics, personal finance and the free enterprise system. It uses practical, innovative and inspiring methods so that Arkansas students can master an understanding of economics and personal finance and apply that knowledge for success in the free enterprise system.

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 Whitteni Lindsey

Whitteni Lindsey

about 20 hours ago

We will be having Chicken Alfredo on Wednesday and Chicken Taquitos Thursday!

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 Whitteni Lindsey

Whitteni Lindsey

4 days ago

Congratulations to our Magnolia Teacher of the Year, Jessica Talley! Today we got to surprise Mrs. Talley in a BIG way! She is the recipient of the Bessie B. Moore Grant Award from Economics Arkansas! We are proud of you, Mrs. Talley!!!!

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 Whitteni Lindsey

Whitteni Lindsey

4 days ago

We just need to brag a little more on this man! That’s our sup!

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 Whitteni Lindsey

Whitteni Lindsey

4 days ago

Progress Reports go home today!

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