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A flower girl and crown bearer will be chosen from the first grade by the elementary office with the preference given to those students whose parents graduated from Magnet Cove School. If more than one student qualifies for the role of flower girl/crown bearer a name will be drawn at random from the qualifying submissions.

Requirements:

1. First Grade Student at Magnet Cove Elementary

2. One or Both Parents must have graduated from Magnet Cove High School (both parents graduating takes

seniority over submissions with one parent graduating from MCHS)

All submissions are due by Wednesday, September 23rd at 3:00pm. The winners will be contacted on Thursday, September 24th. Homecoming will take place Friday, October 29th at 6:30pm.

Fill out the form by clicking the following link if you are interested in your child being considered.

https://forms.gle/srSEAjWCVAs5FuDJ7

 


Exciting news!  As of September 3, 2020, the Magnet Cove School District will provide FREE school breakfast and lunch meals for all Magnet Cove enrolled onsite and virtual students. This waiver does not include second meals, additional milks or a la carte items. Funding for the meals will be provided through a waiver issued by the USDA. This waiver will end once funding has been exhausted or on December 31st, whichever comes first.  

Even though all students will be provided free meals while this waiver is in effect, we still need every household to turn in a free and reduced lunch application. Click here to access the application. If you need a paper copy, please call your child’s building at the numbers listed below and we will gladly send an application home with your student.

Elementary office: 501-337-9131

Middle School office: 501-337-9293

High School office: 501-332-5466

Virtual students interested in Grab n’ Go meals, text the message @mclunches to 81010

 


 

 

 

 

District RFL Plan

 


COVID-19 Information

COVID Main page image     Keep us informed

Magnet Cove School District follows the guidance of the Arkansas Department of Health. Per this guidance at this time, we do not share the campus or district number of positive cases. Both FERPA and HIPAA allow the sharing of information to the public health agency in an imminent threat or emergency.  We provide this data to the Arkansas Department of Health and these numbers are included in their data. Some school level data is provided via their website, but anything less than 5 becomes identifiable.  https://achi.net/covid19/

We have a Point of Contact identified to be our liaison with the Arkansas Department of Health and a process in place to help minimize the risk in our school. The Arkansas Department of Health is identifying confirmed cases on the county level.  If there are cases associated with students or staff in the school district, the student or staff member will be notified by the POC and health department officials.  For the privacy of students and staff, the district will not be sharing any information unless a student/staff member is identified as a Probable Close Contact to a person testing positive for COVID-19.  We are committed to provide the safest learning environment and will follow the guidance provided by the CDC and the Arkansas Department of Education in conjunction with the Arkansas Department of Health. However, if you are overly concerned, we do offer a 100% Virtual Learning Option for the students in our district.


 stop the spread poster

        MCSD BLENDED OPTION (full plan)

        MCSD BLENDED OPTION (Hyperlink)       

Special Programs Information for the 2020-2021 school year

 

Thank you for all of your help and patience!  PANTHER PRIDE RUNS DEEP! 

 


 

We appreciate and recognize the history of our elementary school and all of our campuses. With construction of the new elementary school to soon begin, portions of our beloved rock wall located on the north side of our campus will be torn down. Our plan is to repurpose the salvageable rocks and all other historical aspects of the current elementary school into the new elementary school where appropriate and feasible. We appreciate and understand that many of our patrons hold sentimental attachment to our present elementary school building and the rock wall.

In the future we plan to provide an opportunity for our community members to obtain a little piece of Magnet Cove history by picking up a rock or brick from the building. We will notify those interested prior to the disposal of any of these sentimental materials. We look forward to merging the history of Magnet Cove Elementary School with its future!

                                                      


 

 

           

 

Information on the new Elementary

new building info         bus poster

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When making transportation changes, please email the school sectretaries: 

Elementary:  Stacey Bailey  stacey.bailey@magnetcove.k12.ar.us 

Middle School:  Meshele Long    meshele.long@magnetcove.k12.ar.us

High School:   Becky Davidson    davidsb@magnetcove.k12.ar.us

 

 

                      

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