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FCCLA Students Qualify for State Competition

Girls Relay Team at State Meet

Rylee Mitchell, Jessicaa Ayo, Emily Merner and Allie Giles

Band students qualify for the Texas State Solo & Ensemble Contest

Upcoming Events

FFA - Montgomery County Fair Entry Deadline
Date: 2/24/2017
Girls Soccer at Willis
Date: 2/24/2017
Location: Game times: Junior Varsity 5:00; Varsity 7:00.
National FFA Week
Date: 2/24/2017
FFA - Jersey Village Invitational Career Development Events Contest
Date: 2/25/2017
Girls Soccer vs. Magnolia
Date: 2/28/2017
Location: Game times: Junior Varsity 4:00; Varsity 6:00.

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FCCLA Students Qualify for State Competition

Magnolia West FCCLA is excited to announce that all of the teams that recently competed have qualified for the state contest in April. Our students worked very hard to receive the following awards:

Fashion Design:
Sophia Lopez-2nd
Abi Taylor- 3rd
Reece Jones-6th

Kirstan Holley and Natalie Diacos - 2nd

Chapter in Review Portfolio:
Janika Timo and Silje Linnstead- 1st

Food Innovations:
Kersten Laswell and Cameron Holloway- 1st

Sports Nutrition:
Zac Bagley and Chris Price- 3rd

Jamie Hand and Chloe Nicholas- 1st

Swim Team Finishes Strong

The Magnolia West Swim and Dive team finished its season with great results at the state meet. Magnolia West girls finished eleventh in the state! Girls 200 freestyle relay (Allie Giles, Rylee Mitchell, Emily Merner, and Jessicaa Ayo) won tenth place and the same relay team came in ninth place in the Girls 400 freestyle relay. Emily Merner continued to dominate, placing 14th in both the 200 & 100 freestyle races. Team mate Allie Giles finished tenth in the 100 butterfly and 16th in the 100 backstroke. Jessica Ayo showed more West power, finishing eighth in the 100 freestyle and 17th in the 50 freestyle. Senior Chase Seal finished 10th in the state in his 500 freestyle. The Mustang boys team finishes 40th in the state.

Band Rocks Competition

Several band students recently competed in the Region 9 UIL Solo & Ensemble contest held at Klein High School. All of the students listed below received a division 1 rating. Names followed by a "Q" are students who qualified for the UIL Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest.

Isabelle Frakey Q
Donald Hacker Q
Tyler Propst
Charles Schadler Q
Alex Nevarez Q
Meli Simbolon Q
Amber Thomas Q
Kyrien Tosh Q
Sean Skweres Q
Jake Jones
Blaine Parks
Aubrey Frank Q
Laura Medina Q
Alexandra Rubalcaba Q
Josh Watzak Q
Caleb Friedrich Q
Michael Garcia Q
Reece Summers Q

Magnolia ISD Approves 2017-2018 District Calendar

The Magnolia ISD Board of Trustees approved the 2017 – 18 calendar during the regular board meeting on February 13.

The calendar was developed with the assistance of the District Educational Improvement Committee which is comprised of teachers, staff, administrators, parents, community members and business leaders.

Highlights of the calendar include:
• Dedicated teacher workdays at the beginning of school
• First day of school cannot be earlier than August 28 per state law
• Maintaining the week of Thanksgiving Break
• Christmas break includes 3 weekends
• Maintaining the last day of school before Memorial Day

Co-Ed Powerlifting Team Finishes Third

The powerlifting team finished third out of thirteen teams at a recent meet in Bryan. West scored 29 points, closely following the first place winner who had 32 points. Junior Noah Clarkson, Junior Noah Bryson, and Senior Cole Wade were able to finish 1-2-3 in the 220 pound division, racking up 5 points for the Mustangs. In the girl’s division Morgan Hoffeinz won a third place finish. Click the headline of this story for full meet details.

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Principal's Message

Hello West Nation! I want to thank everyone for a fantastic fall semester! All of our academic signs are pointing in the right direction and we have seen a tremendous increase in student attendance!  The fall semester saw our football and tennis teams make the playoffs, both cross country teams qualify for regionals, and two runners make the state meet!  Additionally, the Mustang band scored a division 1 rating at their UIL competition.   All in all, we had an incredible semester!

As we enter the spring semester, it is important that we maintain this momentum.  The spring semester brings EOC, AP, and IB testing, as well as numerous athletic, fine arts, and academic competitions.  We look forward to seeing our students compete at the highest levels.  We will see success!

We encourage students use their time wisely and to get involved!  With over 40 student activities, we have something for everyone. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

WE Stand Together. We Strive Together.  WE Succeed Together.


Brandon Garza


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