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Magnolia ISD 2020-2021 SROs recognized at the Monday, October 12 Board Meeting.

  Campus Safety

Magnolia ISD and Pct. 5 Constable's Office are committed to the safety and security of all students, staff, and visitors. As MISD is committed to being the best district in Texas, this also means being a leader in the safety and security of our schools.

Magnolia ISD partners with Montgomery County Pct. 5 Constable's Office and in the Fall of 2018, the District committed additional resources to have a total of 18 officers -- at least one at each of our 15 campuses. 

The Constables and MISD Administration work in cooperation in the responsibility of the following areas:

  • Campus safety audits
  • Liaison and coordination with other emergency response agencies
  • Coordination of all criminal investigations
  • Video surveillance
  • Safety and security training
  • Canine dogs

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The Early Morning Care Program will be available for students at each of our Elementary and Intermediate campuses beginning at 6:30 a.m. on regular school days. The Early Morning Care Program will have no cost during the 2020-21 school year.

Should you have any additional questions, please contact your child’s campus office.

Drop-Off Times

Elementary Campuses: 

Early Morning Care Drop-Off:  6:30 a.m. - 7:35 a.m.  (Students who arrive after 7:35 a.m. must be dropped off in the Car Rider Line)

Car Rider Line:  7:45 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.  (All students dropped off in the Car Rider Line must follow the school’s traffic pattern)

Magnolia ISD Adventures Program logo

Welcome to the Adventures Program!

The After School Adventures Program provides a fun and educational environment where children are engaged and have a sense of belonging through adventurous and meaningful activities outside of school. The program operates at all Magnolia ISD elementary campuses to students in grades pre-k through 6. 

We recognize that children have been in school all day and the intent is to provide students with a healthy blend of fun, meaningful, and adventurous activities to keep them engaged during their time after school. All activities are designed with educational enhancement in mind; however, the main emphasis and delivery method is fun! 

The program has many academic and enrichment-based components and activities will rotate from movement to hands-on as children transition throughout the afternoon participating in STEM, literacy, physical fitness, creativity, problem-solving, college and career readiness, healthy living, leadership, family engagement opportunities, and more.



Magnolia ISD Child Nutrition is excited to bring the 21st-century into its food menus through Meal Viewer. With Meal Viewer, parents can create profiles to see information across multiple devices and set features such as allergy alerts. Additionally, parents can see full nutrition information and much more.