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February Students of the Month - Bear Branch 6th and Williams Elementary sponsored by Davam Urgent Care

Lyon Elementary students take 1st Place at District UIL competition. 

MISD Student Leadership with Dr. Stephens, and school board trustees Kristi Baker and Joe Duncan, visiting with State Rep. Cecil Bell at the Capitol.

Congratulations to all the MISD Teacher Grant winners!

Magnolia Battalion Drill Team placed first in the Spring Classic Drill Meet and now are qualified for State!

Magnolia Education Grant Winner - Ms. Ramsey from Magnolia West High School.

Author Tim Green visits Magnolia Elementary.

Magnolia High School senior Caroline Barnes is one of 20 students in the Houston area to be selected for the KPRC Senior Scholarship.

FM 1488 Construction

The traffic flow and access points in the section of FM 1488 between FM 149 and Spur 149 will be changing starting on Friday, February 10.

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Magnolia ISD is offering a form of communication to parents, community members, students, and staff, the Magnolia ISD Mobile App.

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Magnolia High School Student Surprised with KPRC Scholarship

Magnolia, Texas (February 15, 2017) – KPRC Channel 2 is surprising one high school senior each week for the months of February through May. On Monday, February 13, Magnolia High School senior Caroline Barnes was surprised by KPRC Channel 2 as this week’s $2,500 scholarship winner!

Magnolia ISD Approves 2017-2018 District Calendar

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Magnolia, Texas (February 13, 2017) – The Magnolia ISD Board of Trustees approved the 2017 – 18 calendar during the regular board meeting on February 13.

The calendar was developed with the assistance of the District Educational Improvement Committee which is comprised of teachers, staff, administrators, parents, community members and business leaders.

Highlights of the calendar include:
• Dedicated teacher workdays at the beginning of school
• First day of school cannot be earlier than August 28 per state law
• Maintaining the week of Thanksgiving Break
• Christmas break includes 3 weekends
• Maintaining the last day of school before Memorial Day

Magnolia Education Foundation Announces Teacher Grant Awards

Magnolia, Texas (February 10, 2017) – The Magnolia Education Foundation (MEF) had the honor of surprising 18 teachers last with the announcement of the 2017 MEF teacher grant winners. Over $20,000 in grants was awarded to 10 different campuses. This year’s grant winners range from STEM activities, to music, to gardens, reaching across all grade levels and subject areas.

Magnolia ISD Student Leadership Visit to the Capitol Creates Unique Learning Opportunity

Magnolia, Texas (February 9, 2017) – Superintendent Dr. Todd Stephens’ vision of a student leadership program focused on government and civic leadership continues to grow and prepare our future leaders. On Tuesday, February 7, the student leadership cohort from Magnolia High and Magnolia West High Schools traveled to Austin to meet with local elected officials and to get an in-depth look at the operation of our state government. The 32 students along with school board members Kristi Baker and Joe Duncan, and Superintendent Dr. Todd Stephens spent a full day at the State Capitol meeting with state representatives and legislative staff members.

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Dr. Todd Stephens has been with Magnolia Independent School District since 1999 and was named Superintendent in 2009. Prior to being named Superintendent, he served as the Assistant Superintendent of Magnolia ISD with responsibilities for the supervision of the District's Curriculum and Instruction Department as well as Leadership Development within the District. Dr. Stephens has 20 years of administrative experience in education, serving 15 of those years in Magnolia.

Dr. Stephens grew up in Temple, Texas, and was a product of the Temple Independent School District. Upon graduation from Temple High School, he attended Abilene Christian University where he earned a BS in Education.

He continued his education and earned a Master of Education Degree from Tarleton State University (TSU) in 1997. While at TSU, he served as a member of the initial cohort group of the New Century Educational Leadership Program (NCELP) at Tarleton State University.

In 2007, he received a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Prairie View A&M University. During his post-graduate studies at Prairie View, he was a member of the first doctoral cohort in educational leadership at Prairie View A&M University.

Dr. Stephens and his wife, Becky, live in Magnolia and have been married since 1981. They attend Conroe Church of Christ. Becky is a kindergarten teacher at Bear Branch Elementary School. They have two children, Sam (graduate of Sam Houston State University) and Holly (graduate of Texas Tech University).

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