MHS - Weeks 27 & 28

#LoveServeCare #GoDogs

3-3-22

The purpose of this newsletter is to meant to provide you with information in regard to everything we have going on at MHS. Please feel free to reach out to your counselor or administrator should you have any questions.


Remember, here at MHS we Love, Serve, and Care for all students! And as always...GO DOGS!!


Make sure that you are following us on Twitter (@MagnoliaHighTX) and on Facebook (@MagnoliaHighTX) for news and events.

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Upcoming Dates

March 7 - 11: 3rd Nine Week's Exams

March 9: Project Grad Meeting

March 10: Cheer Tryouts

March 10: Dog Pound Invitational (Track)

March 11: Student Holiday

March 13: Daylight Savings Time Begins (Spring forward one hour)

March 14 - 18: Spring Break

March 23: Bi-District One-Act Play Contest

March 24: Band Concert

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Senior Class Meeting Notes

This information was covered in the Senior Class Meeting on 3/2/22. This is the same information that was recently sent to all Seniors through school messenger to student and guardian emails/texts. Please contact Mr. Gossett with any questions.

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Food Delivery and Food Delivery Services

Any parent wanting to drop off food for their student may do so in the front office. Students are not allowed to leave the building to retrieve any delivery of any kind. Delivery from Uber Eats, Door Dash, or any other food delivery entity (ie pizza delivery) will not be permitted.

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A Reminder About School Dress Code

As the new semester gets into full swing, we feel the need to remind Bulldog families of a few items of note in the MISD Student Handbook under "Dress and Grooming".


  • Clothing will not be worn if primarily designed as sleepwear (blankets are designed for the bed and should be left at home)
  • Shirts must cover the midriff in a normal standing, sitting, or moving position
  • Shorts/skirts must be mid-thigh or longer when standing
  • Shoes must be designed to be primarily worn outside the home and must not be house shoes or slippers
  • Students must have no visible body piercings other than earrings. Prohibited body piercings include, but are not limited to, nose rings or facial piercings of any type.
  • Hats may not be worn in the building
  • Hair will be of a natural hair color


To view the MISD dress code in its entirety, please follow this link or view pages 45-47 of the student handbook found on the district website.

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Google Educational Accounts - PSA

As educational institutions must follow the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA), Google has educational restrictions on email accounts for students in kindergarten - 12th-grade. How this applies to Magnolia ISD is that Google prohibits the use of educational Google account (@mymisd.org) for use outside of the district.


It is recommended that high school students create a professional non-school-related email account that can be used for outside educational purposes. (We recommend Google as it allows for easy transfer of items from their school Google Drive to their personal Google Drive, upon graduation.) For example, if you have a student applying for scholarships using their @mymisd.org Google account, the information that is transmitted will not be sent and/or received.

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Get Your Game Day Tickets Here (Home Events)

Please visit the link to obtain tickets to any MHS HOME GAME event. Tickets are made available the week of the event.

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About Us

Magnolia High School strives to create an academic environment where learners are inspired to explore ideas, take risks, and think critically about knowledge and their relationship to it. Our mission is to develop passionate citizens contributing to the greater good in a diverse and changing world.