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Trustee Participates in Leadership Program

Gary Blizzard, trustee from Magnolia ISD joined 34 other school board members from across Texas October 1-3 at the kickoff 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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Students Turn the Page in the New Magnolia Parkway Elementary Bookstore

The students of Magnolia Parkway Elementary are excited to have a new bookstore in their school. Since the doors opened in April 2015, the bookstore has placed over 200 books in the hands of students making it very affordable for parents. Book prices range from 25 cents to a dollar which makes the bookstore accessible for all students to purchase. Parents love the concept as it builds strong reading habits, and encourages kids to build their home libraries and enjoy reading!
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eSchoolPLUS Family App and iOS 9 Update

If you are a parent who has upgraded their iPhone to the new iOS 9 operating system, modifications are necessary for the eSchoolPLUS Family App to run on the new system. Sungard has submitted the updates to Apple. Sungard is estimating between five and ten days for the update to be approved and posted in the App Store.
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6th Annual Flags for Our Heroes

Flags for Our Heroes is an annual event offering Magnolia ISD students an opportunity to honor the memory of United States soldiers and family members who have been laid to rest at the Houston National Cemetery. This year's event will take place on Saturday, November 7, 2015 at 9 a.m.
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Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow!

Magnolia ISD is celebrating Attendance Awareness Month with other districts across the nation.  Attendance is an important life skill that will help your child graduate from college and keep a job.  Research shows that students who have regular attendance at school perform better than their peers.  Students missing 2 or more days per month are considered to have chronic absenteeism and most often fall behind their peers in reading ability and other academic areas.  Students with chronic absenteeism are at high risk to drop out of school.
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Tee Off with Commissioner Riley and the Magnolia Education Foundation

The Magnolia Education Foundation’s annual golf tournament, hosted by Commissioner Charlie Riley, will be on Monday, October 19th, at the High Meadow Ranch Golf Club.

The tournament will be a four-person scramble. Tournament day check-in begins at 10:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 12:00 p.m. Box lunches will be provided by Chick-fil-A with a barbeque dinner cooked by Commissioner Riley.
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