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MISD Rodeo Art Show Winners

Magnolia ISD held its annual Rodeo Art Show sponsored by the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Congratulations to all of these students! Their work will be on display at NRG Arena for the duration of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
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Conroe Art League Spotlights Magnolia West Students in Art Show

Magnolia, Texas (January 20, 2016) –Students in the Magnolia West Art Department participated on Saturday, January 16 in the Conroe Art League Student Art Show. Senior Amanda Massey placed 2nd winning $300 for her artwork "Brave's Lost Land.” Abby Hawkins won Honorable Mention for her artwork "In the Shadows,” and Alexa Vulgamott won Honorable Mention for her artwork titled "Rage.” Congratulations to these outstanding artists.
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January Board Briefs

Magnolia, Texas (January 15, 2016) –Magnolia ISD Board of Trustees held their monthly board meeting on Monday, January 11. Several students and groups were recognized at the meeting. The board also approved the 2016-2017 school calendar which is posted on the district website.
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MHS Students Need You to Fight Against Distracted Driving

Students from Magnolia High School will be competing in the Business Professionals of America (BPA) Regional Leadership Conference at Davis Senior High School on Saturday, January 30. Nineteen BPA members will be competing in Financial, Administrative Support, Management Marketing, Human Resources and Information Technology. Four members of the Website team are asking for the help of our community for their project proposal.
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Trustee Participates in Leadership Program

Gary Blizzard, trustee from Magnolia ISD joined 34 other school board
members from across Texas November 19-21 at the second session of the Leadership TASB
class of 2016. Selected by the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB), the group is
participating in a yearlong education leadership study program. These trustees represent
school districts of all sizes, with student populations of 1,000 to 159,000, and reflect a similar
range of property wealth.
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