Eli Barnett, an eighth grader at Magnollia Jr. High School, attended the Junior National Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C.this past summer. Eli worked in a group with twenty students to learn leadership and communication skills to build confidence. While in Washington D.C. he was able to visit differnent monuments such as the Lincoln and Vietnam Memorials and the Capitol Building. Congratulations to Eli for being selected to attend this conference.
Mrs. Kimberly Speakman’s class had an awesome time bowling today in the Special Olympics Bowling Tournament! We would like to congratulate Shkwonya Hampton, on her first place win in her division that qualified her for the state tournament! Also among the winners are Kenzie Stockwell, second place in her division, and Laurel Adkins, third place; Miracle Henderson, first place; Zateriney Brock, second place; Jalisa O. Harris, third place; Omarion Manning, first place in his division, and Jamarion, second place. Congratulations to all the winners from Magnolia Jr. High School!
Kenzie Stockwell, a freshman at MJHS, was chosen as the Magnolia Jr. High School Artist of the Month. Kenzie’s project is a paper mache horse mask. Her mask may be seen in the reception area of Magnolia School District’s Administration office. Congratulations Kenzie!
MJHS 2017-18 Yearbooks are now available to pre-order. Yearbooks are $20 or $25 with the student’s name imprinted on the front cover. Yearbooks may be ordered through the MJHS Library or online at www.yearbookordercenter.com using the school code 3254. To order in the library students must return an order form and check or cash (exact change) to Mrs. Hardy before (7:40-8:00) or after school (until 3:30). Checks should be made out to Magnolia Jr. High School. Deadline to order is February 23, 2018. For questions please contact Tina Hardy at 901-2598.