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Literacy Class Takes On History Project

May 03, 2016 11:43am

On April 13, Mrs. Bryant’s literacy classes from J.D. Leftwich High School took a field trip to celebrate the end of a research project on the history of the Magazine Community.

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<p><strong>Donation To HVAC Class. </strong>The Bruce Rogers Company and Rheem made a donation of outside and inside HVAC units Friday. The units will be utilized in the HVAC class to be offered at Booneville High School next year. Pictured are Larry Schumacher, Outside Sales Rep. from Bruce Rogers Company, Bill Riley, HVAC Manager for Bruce Rogers Company, BJHS principal Scotty Pierce, Cliff Wann and federal programs coordinator Linda Abbott. The unit is a Rheem, 3-ton, 15 seer valued at about $18,000. School superintendent John Parrish announced in March the district received a grant for $22,780 to offer the class.</p>

Donation To HVAC Class

May 03, 2016 11:42am

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Smith Elected State FBLA Secretary

Apr 26, 2016 12:35pm

On April 4 and 5, the Magazine FBLA chapter attended the State conference in Little Rock. While they were at the conference, Hannah Smith was elected state secretary and Megan Davis received Who’s...

Board Approves Robotics Class

Updated: Apr 20, 2016 10:52am

The Booneville School Board last week appropriated $110,000 to fund equipment purchases to allow the school to teach robotics classes that will offer seven hours of concurrent credit through the...

<p><strong>BES school garden</strong>. Students at Booneville Elementary are listening to Ruby Jackson of South Logan County Farm Bureau explain about agriculture and how the students will do the planting of raised bed gardens.</p>

Third Graders Plant School Gardens

Apr 19, 2016 11:37am

Third grade students in Booneville and Magazine planted school gardens on April 4. The students learned about the importance of having the correct soil, sunlight, and water for the four foot by...

MES Sets Pre-K, Kindergarten Registration For April 29

Apr 19, 2016 11:37am

Magazine Elementary School officials will hold pre-registration for to-be pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday, April 29.

To be eligible for the...

<p><strong>Robotics Grant</strong></p><p>AEP Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO) has awarded Booneville High School’s FIRST Robotics Team 5437 a $6,000 grant. Jeff Milford, SWEPCO External Affairs Manager, and Mark Stump, SWEPCO Customer Services Account Representative, both of Fayetteville, were on hand for the check presentation. Also attending were Coach Robert Dean; BHS Principal Trent Goff; Superintendent John Parrish; mentor Crockett Hopper; Rockline engineer and mentor Mitch Anderson; parent Debbie Danekas; and the robotics team.</p>

Robotics Grant

Apr 12, 2016 11:49am

AEP Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO) has awarded Booneville High School’s FIRST Robotics Team 5437 a $6,000 grant.

GT Referrals Accepted In Magazine

Apr 12, 2016 11:48am

Those wishing to recommend a student for Gifted and Talented services are encouraged to do so at this time.

Teachers, staff members, parents, community members, and students may make...

<p><strong>Edible Plant Parts. </strong>Ruby Jackson, Robbie Love, and Joshlyn Carlson of South Logan County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee brought garden vegetables to Booneville’s fourth grade to teach the students about good nutrition. Mrs. Jackson discussed with the students edible parts of plants starting with the roots and tubers and ending with seeds. As she showed the vegetables, Mrs. Jackson talked about what part of the plant it came from and asked the students what they knew about the different parts. Two students at a time came forward and added the vegetables to a crockpot. By the time the students completed adding vegetables, a vegetable soup had been made. Later in the day, the fourth grade students were treated to a bowl of the soup they had participated in making. Pictured are Robbie Love and Joshlyn Carlson watching as two students (Haley Ramey and Davey Acosta) add vegetables to the crockpots.</p>

Edible Plant Parts

Mar 29, 2016 11:19am

Ruby Jackson, Robbie Love, and Joshlyn Carlson of South Logan County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee brought garden vegetables to Booneville’s fourth grade to teach the students about good nutrition...

Single Parent Scholarship Fund Holds Spring Awards Event

Mar 29, 2016 11:18am

Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Logan County held its spring awards event at the First National Bank Community Center, Wednesday, March 16.

Scholars were awarded their spring scholarships...

<p><strong>Think Spring. </strong>Magazine Elementary second grade students performed “Think Spring” on March 9, under the direction of Amanda Powell. Pictures above are (top, from left) Asher Miller, Collin House, Haley Myers and Cha Kong Yang. (Middle) Jacey O’Mara, Mattie Terry and Raven Tucknies. (Front) Conner Droemer, Chandler Mathews- Glow, Lillian Yang and Keej Vang.</p>

MES 2nd Grade Program

Mar 29, 2016 11:17am

Magazine Elementary second grade students performed “Think Spring” on March 9, under the direction of Amanda Powell.

<p><strong>Fear No Career</strong></p><p>J.D. Leftwich’s students attended the “Fear No Career” day at the Alma High School arena last week. Mrs. Hammonds 8th grade Career Development students participated in the activities along with more than 1,400 other 8th grade students. They listened to the inspirational, yet funny guest speaker Paul Vatali. They also rotated through several stations learning about many different careers from athletic trainers to engineers. The group wore shirts designed by classmate Bryce McDowell and made at Killing Printing.</p>

Fear No Career

Updated: Mar 23, 2016 12:45pm

J.D. Leftwich High School’s eight grade students attended the “Fear No Career” day at the Alma High School arena last week.

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