MISD nurses receive $15,000 grant from Tomball Health Coalition 

Student Leadership visiting the Capitol and attending the State of the State Address.

Magnolia Education Foundation Grant Winners!

Congratulations to our March Students of the Month from Ellisor Elementary and Magnolia High School sponsored by Davam Urgent Care

2019-2020 Calendar

The Magnolia ISD Board of Trustees approved the 2019–2020 calendar during the regular board meeting on January 14, 2019.

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Stay Connected with Mobile App

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

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News and Announcements

Magnolia High Names Craig Martin as New Head Coach

Magnolia, Texas (March 7, 2019) – Craig Martin has been named the new head football coach for Magnolia High. Martin has been the associate head coach and offensive coordinator at Temple High School for the past two years and brings over 17 years of experience in high school athletics.

District Rodeo Art 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.

MISD Nurses Receive $15,000 Grant from Tomball Health Coalition

Magnolia, Texas (March 7, 2019) – For the fifth year in a row, the Magnolia ISD Nursing Department is the recipient of a $15,000 grant from the Tomball Health Coalition. The district has received almost $60,000 over the past five years which has ultimately benefited the students and staff in the district.

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Superintendent's Message

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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