MES kicked off Read Across America week by dressing up to celebrate that “Reading is Amazing & so are YOU!” Students also enjoyed a mystery reader video from MHS royalty. A special thanks to Ms. Jordyn Krigbaum the MHS football homecoming Queen & Sydnie Pickartz the MHS basketball homecoming Queen for being the mystery readers for Monday.
PICTURES NEEDED The yearbook staff needs your snow pictures and your little league pictures. Please send them to Andrea.firstname.lastname@example.org along with a brief description of the photo including names and grades.
Attention Rattler family the Junior class is selling decals and license plates to support your favorite team or player! All information can be found below. If you would like to order please contact a junior or Alicia.email@example.com or Zach.firstname.lastname@example.org **Orders close Monday February 1st! Thank you for supporting your Junior Rattlers! 🎉
Hello Rattler Family!! If your child plays tonight at Pleasant View, please contact Coach Bryan for ticket vouchers and he will take care of you. Have a great day! #RattlerPride
Hello Rattler Family!! We have had some questions about purchasing tickets for tonight's games. Provided below is the URL and password available to purchase tickets. Sr Girls / Sr Boys - The link to purchase tickets for the games Fri, Jan 22 can be found at: https://www.lavacaschools.com/295617_2 The password is: srnight2021 Have a great day!! Rattler Pride!!
The Junior Class would like to say THANK YOU to all who came out to our Chicken Basket Supper! Our MVP award goes to Mrs. Shelia for staying and cooking all the chicken and fries for tonight! Thank you Mrs. Shelia! Thank you to Blue & Gold Company for donating the chicken strips for tonight’s event! 🎉🎉🎉
The Magazine High School will be hosting the 2020-21, 2A West Regional Tournament!! The tournament will be held February 24th through February 27th! We are excited to have the opportunity to show off our amazing facilities, wonderful staff, awesome students, and Rattler Pride!! If you are able, come out and enjoy some great basketball with us. Please make sure to wear your mask and social distance while at the games. We would also like to encourage good sportsmanship from our staff, fans, parents, and students. #RattlerPride
Parent Shooting Sports meeting in the cafeteria at 5:00 on Thursday (January 14th).
DON’T FORGET JUNIOR SOUP SUPPER TONIGHT 3:30-7!! 🍲 We will be set up in the cafeteria for to-go. Come out and support your JUNIOR RATTLERS!
SOUP SUPPER NEW DATE!! We realized tomorrow is an away game! We will be moving the SOUP SUPPER to FRIDAY! Bowls will be $5 adults and $4 kids. Come out and support your JUNIOR RATTLERS!
Juniors will be having a soup supper to go in the high school cafeteria on Thursday the 17th from 3:30-7. We will have Baked Potato, Broccoli Cheese, Veggie, and Chicken Noodle! Soup & dessert for $5 adults and $4 kids. See a junior for details!
The 7/8th Grade Fiction Book Review/Summary has been extended until Thursday, December 17, 2020 per Mrs. Laurie Loyd. The fiction books must be at least 100 pages and students can find the Book Review/Summary form under Google classroom Language Arts.
7th and 8th Grade: Nonfiction books are due Thursday, November 19, 2020. The form is in Google classroom.
7th and 8th graders: your non-fiction books are due Thursday, November 15. Thank you, Mrs. Loyd
Students in Mr. Gipson's Fifth-Grade Social Studies class completed their Running for President and the Voting Process lesson this week by registering to vote and then voting in their own Presidential Mock Election on Tuesday. Students learned the legal requirements to run for President of the United States, the backgrounds of both major party candidates for President, the process to become a registered voter and the experience of voting.
If you bought a senior ad page please begin getting those pictures to Andrea.email@example.com. If you still need to purchase a page, contact Ms. DeWitt ASAP. Thank you!
The yearbook staff is looking for pictures of our virtual students working from home! If you have anything, please send them to Andrea.firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Rattler Family! In order to assist in keeping everyone safe and healthy, we are going to extend our virtual week. We will be virtual next week, Monday-Friday, October 26-30. Faculty and staff will be available for additional support. Please contact your child's principal office if you have any questions.
Tickets for home football games will be $5 at the gate for each person regardless of age with a limited occupancy of 450. Masks and social distancing guidelines required to attend.
Hello students, we are excited to announce that anyone that wants to raise their last nine weeks grades can do so by turning in missing work by August 28th. Students interested in this opportunity should contact the teacher for those assignments. We are ready and excited to have you all back in school! Have a great day!
Due to the Governors order to push back the start date of school (Aug. 24th) Rattler Virtual Academy decision date is being extended until August 14.
We have just received word from the Deputy Commissioner, Ivy Pfeffer, that all schools will have a uniform start date. We along with all other schools in Arkansas will be starting August 24th. This will allow DESE and the Department of Health to have a more wholistic approach. Please understand this continues to be a very fluid situation and may change. In the next couple of weeks we will be working to build a new school calendar. This new calendar will be released as soon as possible. Thank you for understanding.
We are saddened to say that with the rise in COVID-19 cases as well as considering recommendations from the Arkansas Department of Health, the Department of Education, and discussions with students we are unfortunately going to have to cancel prom this year. This is not something that we have taken lightly and definitely not something that we want to do but in order to make sure that students limit possible exposure and are able to attend school, college, or work we feel it is necessary at this time. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
It’s not too late to sponsor a senior and buy them a yearbook! Yearbooks are $42. Contact Andy DeWitt if you have any questions. email@example.com
Congratulations to our 2020-21 Magazine Rattler Cheerleaders ❤🖤❤ Sr. High Ana Mikles Brayleigh McCubbin Haley Mauck Jazzman Corley Kalyan Dickens Laura House Emmalee Pendergraft Sydnie Pickartz Tannea Thomas Tayleigh McConnell Jr. High Ainslee Chappell Callie Nicholas Carissa Webster Dessi Carolan Kana Lee Kilee Hurst Kinzie Robinson Phoebe Hopper Presley Heissler Judy Russell
This has been a crazy year for our seniors! Though I always think yearbooks are important, I think this year they may mean a little bit more to our seniors who missed out on other memories. Consider donating a yearbook to a senior this year. I will put seniors who did not order one in a basket and draw names for the donated books. If you want it to go to a particular student, you can put their name in instead of “senior donation.” If there are more books donated than seniors who do not have them, I will pass out to juniors and so on. If you have any questions, you can contact me at Andrea.firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Report Cards go out today.
Distribution schedule: 8:00-8:30 7th graders 8:30-9:00 8 9:00-9:30 9 9:30-10:00 10 10:00-10:30 11 12th graders show up between 8:00 and 10:30. 10:30-11:00 Pre-K 11:00-11:30 K 11:30-12:00 1 12:30-1:00- 2 1:00-1:30 3 1:30-2:00 4 2:00-2:30 5 2:30-3:00 6
🚨Seniors 2020:🚨 Local Scholarships (only one copy of essay and resume, I'll make copies this year) can be turned in to the high school, e-mailed, mailed, or shared through Google Docs. Remember the deadline is April 3rd (Friday!). Email: email@example.com Phone: 1-866-900-2001 ext. 8002 (this will ring to my cell phone)
In order to keep students and their families safe, the decision has been made to move prom from April 4. A new date has not been set. I will get information to everyone as soon as I have it.
AAA suspends interscholastic competitions
If you have high school or junior high baseball, softball, or track pictures please send them to Andrea.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prom Information went out today with students planning to attend prom.
FFA will be selling burgers and snow cones tonight at the games! The Magazine FFA thanks you for your continued support of our program!
Jr. High District tourney begins today at Danville. Sr. High tomorrow vs. Westside (Senior Night); Sr. High at Hector Friday. School Board meeting Thursday. Early out at 1:30 Thursday. Parent/Teacher Conferences Friday from 1:00 - 6:00. Rattler Pride!!
FFA will be selling hamburgers at tonight's basketball games starting at 5 p.m.
"MHS pageant-March 7, 2020 in Diamondback Arena starting at 4:00. Applications can be picked up at the elementary school office and high school office and must be returned or mailed by March 2."
FFA is selling burgers at tonight's game starting at 5!
School is cancelled today, Wednesday, Jan. 22nd.
Reminder: PK-3rd grade AMI packets can be found on the school website under Menu-->Links/Resources-->Elementary AMI Packets. 4th-12th grade AMI packets can be found on their teacher's Google Classroom, which can be accessed by going to classroom.google.com and using the student's login to access their respective classroom.
FFA will be cooking burgers at tonight's games against Hector. We will start cooking at 4:30. Hope to see you there!
The Diamondback yearbook staff has 2 1/2 pages of ad space to sell. These can be used for business ads or senior ads. Full pages are $250 and half pages are $200. If you are interested, please contact Andy DeWitt at email@example.com
Toys for Tots Toy Toss tonight! Bring a stuffed animal or buy one at the door!
Mrs. Sampley's 2nd grade class won the November attendance challenge with 98.2% attendance for the month. This is the second month in a row for them to win. We also had a 10 day consecutive streak with 100% attendance during that month. Thank you parents for making sure your students are here every day. It truly matters! For this outstanding achievement, they had a popcorn and movie party.
Mrs. Kellogg's 3rd Grade class has been learning about and exploring food chains. We dissected owl pellets and identified bones from many different animals. We found evidence to confirm the food chain. Animals eat plants for food, then animals eat other animals for food. All living things are connected!
FOOTBALL PLAY-OFF GUIDELINES FOR PRELIMINARY ROUNDS ADMISSION AND PASSES per AAA Admission for adults and students $7.00
This is a reminder that prices for senior ad pages go up November 16 if there still any available at that time.
Junior class hayride cancelled tonight due to weather. We are discussing this coming Saturday as an alternate date. If you have interest in coming on Saturday please comment on this post.
Joey Shumate, Master Electrician, came to speak to fourth grade about what electricity is, how it works, and how to be safe around electricity. He talked about what and electrician does and how to become an electrician. He brought different types of switches, outlets, wires, tools and an inverter for the students to examine and handle. Students were even able to use a simple voltage tester on an outlet! Fourth grade is thankful to have a new member of our community share his knowledge and expertise with us!
A Recruiting Event for the U.S. Census Bureau is being held at the Magazine High School Library at 292 E Priddy St in Magazine, AR on October 21 from 3:30 - 6 pm. A representative will be there to assist and to answer questions. These are great temporary summer jobs. Nationwide, thousands will be hired to support their communities and get paid while doing it. You can apply online now at 2020census.gov/jobs.
The Junior Class is selling salad suppers. Get with any junior to order or email orders to Andrea.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Junior Class is selling salad suppers. Get with any junior to order or email orders to Andrea.email@example.com
Don't miss it! Magazine School District's Report to the Public will be held Oct. 10th at 6:30 pm in the boardroom. Come and see what we have been doing and our goals for this year.
Due to the chance of rain and storms Friday we are postponing the Community Tailgate Party till Nov. 1. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Retired UAFS professor, Dr. Sarah Davis, visited 4th grade. She read to the class and shared a lesson about Cause and Effect. She helped the students to identify the causes of Alexander's Horrible, Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and then had students identify the causes and effects of water waves based on observations.
More September Bucket Fillers! We all carry an invisible bucket in which we keep our feelings about ourselves. When our buckets are full, we are happy; when they are empty, we are sad. It is important that students learn that when they fill a friend's bucket, they also fill their own bucket because it feels good to make others happy. Lillian Yang, Jace Smith, Trevan Newby, Eli Treadwell, Ainslee Chappell, Cody Thomas, Evangeline Lemmond, Olivia Mattson, Arlevia Adair, Jarron Jones, Daniel Green
September Bucket Fillers! We all carry an invisible bucket in which we keep our feelings about ourselves. When our buckets are full, we are happy; when they are empty, we are sad. It is important that students learn that when they fill a friend's bucket, they also fill their own bucket because it feels good to make others happy.
Allison Thompson, Miss UAFS, visited the 4th-grade classrooms on Friday, September 6, 2019. She shared her platform "We The People" and shared with the students the importance of voting and being active in our communities. She read to the class, answered questions, gave hugs and high fives, and even let the students touch her crown!
If you are looking for a quality Pre-k program to love, care for, and educate your child, please contact the elementary office at 866-900-2001. We currently have one Pre-k opening. We can accept a DHS voucher or a fee payer. Your child must have turned 3 or 4 years of age by August 1, 2019.
There will be a Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, 9/3 at 6:30 pm in the high school library. First Security Beardsley Public Finance will present information regarding the 2019 Special Election Millage and Bond Issue.
The yearbook staff is looking for pictures of students on vacation this summer. If you have any and you would like them to be considered for the yearbook please email them to Andrea.firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent/ Teacher Conferences will be Friday, August 30 from 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. There will be NO SCHOOL for students that day.
Please see this general awareness statement from Superintendent Beth Shumate: https://www.magazinek12.com/article/128538?org=magazine-school-district
Can't wait to see everyone at 8:00 tomorrow! We are excited for a full day of back-to-school fun, with dismissal at 3:15. See you all in the morning!
Tomorrow is the day! Open House for Magazine Schools will be on July 25th. We will serve food until it's gone starting at 5:00PM, presentation starts at 5:30PM. We hope to see you there!
Yearbooks will be handed out tomorrow, Friday, May 24. Extras will be available for $45.
6th Grade Reminders
Reminder: Tuesday, June 4th 9:00 AM Kindergarten Graduation Program 6:00PM 6th Grade Graduation Program Diamondback Arena
ACT prep classes will be offered at the high school July 1-12 for students currently in 10th or 11th grade. Students may enroll for the 8:00-11:00 AM session or the 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM session, and they will need to sign up to take the ACT test to be given on July 13.
All the yearbooks are accessible now-1932-2012! Hope everyone enjoys them and the walk down memory lane!
Ms. DeWitt is taking song requests for the daddy/daughter dance as well as the spring fling. If you have a request please post it with which dance you want it to be played at. Thanks!
Spring Pictures and Spring Sports Pictures (baseball, softball, and track) will be April 17th. Spring Pictures are by proof, so no order forms will be sent home. Athletes, flyers will be sent home by the end of the week. Please bring your uniforms on the 17th!
Phil Hobby will be here April 17 to do spring pictures. These are done by proof, so there will be no order forms up front.
Yearbooks are now on our school website. You can go look up all those memories of days gone by!!
The district will be posting yearbooks from 1932-2012 on its website! It's a work in progress, but you can now view years 1932-1950. Go to www.magazinek12.com, click on menu, and look under the Parent/Comm. section to find Yearbook Archive. Enjoy this new feature!
Saturday, FBLA held a Color Run to raise money for the March of Dimes
FBLA Salad Supper to help pay state conference expenses is Friday, March 15, from 3:30-6:00 at the High School Cafeteria. $5 for 12 and up and $4 for 11 and below. Chef Salad and dessert.
This Friday is the last day to order a yearbook with personalization. You can order online or bring your orders and payment to Ms. DeWitt or Mrs. Riddle by Friday. The prices are $42 for a plain yearbook and $48 for a personalized yearbook, plus $3 per icon.
Twin Titles!! Congrats to Coach Ryan Chambers of Magazine and Coach Cory Chambers of Waldren for helping lead your teams to the 1A-2A and 3A Boys Indoor State Championship titles!!
Congrats to these Magazine FFA members!!! Emily Staton received 1st place in Extemporaneous Speaking and 1st in Discussion Meet! Ethan got to compete with Emily in the final round of Discussion Meet and received 4th place! The Conduct of Chapter Meeting team received 1st tonight as well! It’s members are Connor Ryan, Autumn Morris, Kaylyn Dickens, Emma Askins, Kylie Robinson, Brooklyn Krigbaum, Laura House, and Ashton Droemer. Very proud of these kids and how well they represented Magazine!
Early out Wednesday
Construction and 2D studio are selling hand painted reign deer baskets for $20. There are other designs not pictured here. Contact Ms. Cooley 479 438 3865.
8th grade - we will be decorating lockers for basketball homecoming from 3:30-5:30 on Thursday after school. If you want to stay to work, please do. Make sure you have a ride home at 5:30.
The Magazine Conservation Academy students at Toltec Mounds Archaeological Park. They learned about the people that inhabited the area and built the mounds. There were 18 original mounds, but only 3 remain due to destruction from settler farming. They also learned how they used weapons, such as the atlatl spear and blow gun, to hunt.
Fourth grade will present our program honoring the veterans tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 8th. We will begin at 2:00 in the Magazine Elementary Cafeteria. Thank you to Mrs. Hopper and Mrs. Cooley for the decorations and to Mrs Smith for the programs. Thank you to Mrs. Nietert and Mrs. Chappell for helping prepare the students! We hope you can join us!
The Senior Class will be having a Haunted Hayride Monday and Tuesday nights, the 29th and 30th, on the cross country course behind the football field. Cost is $5 and we will be open from 8:00 until 10:30 PM.
The school will be providing a fan bus to the Lavaca football game Friday. Students and parents may ride. Students must have a permission slip signed by parents to ride the bus. Students under 12 years old must be accompanied by their parent/guardian. You must provide your own money for entry to the ball game and for food. Departure time will be 5:45 pm from the Arena. Rattler Pride!
Magazine FBLA at District Fall Leadership Conference
FBLA is selling Little Caesar's Pizza through tomorrow. You may order from any FBLA member or online by going to PizzaKit.com and clicking on Products and then Order Pizza Kits. Our ID# is 353350.
Magazine FFA is selling Blue & Gold! Orders are due Friday. Add your name to the list or contact an FFA member today! Bacon $16, Chicken $21, Sausage $7 https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1RPgsVaEZBIWRSac_Ivx0ZtE70vVNoyc576HXtopl6Rw/edit?usp=sharing
Tonight at 6:30 will be the Magazine School District Report to the Public followed by our monthly School Board meeting. It will be held in the high school library.
Conservation Academy students at Petit Jean State Park learning about the Native Americans that used the area. They also learned about the unique geology found here.
2nd grade’s symmetrical bug jars were a hit ❤️🦋🐜🐛🕷🐞🐝
Reminder: School dismisses at noon today. Memorial service at 2:00.
Magazine School District will dismiss tomorrow, Wednesday, September 5th at 12:00 pm. Mr. Mark Schmidt's memorial service will be held in Diamondback Arena at 2:00 pm.
6th grade is finishing up their emoji collages this week!!!
Reminder: scrimmage game is scheduled for our Jr. High football at Western Yell County tonight at 6:00.
Early out Wednesday. HS at 2:00. Elementary at 1:45, and MOP normal hours.
Conservation Academy students identifying trees that grow in and around mountain streams at Cossatot River State Park.
Quiz Bowl tryouts for grades 4-6 will be after school on Wednesday, August 15. Permission slips will be sent home today.
First Day of School! Students filled the halls today in the Magazine School District. So the journey begins for 2018 - 2019. Lead The Way to Be The Difference!! 9 weeks of school then 2 weeks off!!
Don't forget! Open House tonight (Thursday July 26th). We will be unveiling our new app and previewing the new website. See you there!
The Boys & Girls Club of South Logan County will be partnering with Magazine School District for after school and during intersessions, with a summer program next year as well!!
Magazine School District students back on July 30th. Why follow when you can lead the way!!!
Magazine School Orientation: Thursday, July 26th at 6:00 in the Arena! We will begin serving food at 5:00. See you there!