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Magnolia Middle School Overview

4630 Magnolia Street, Moss Point, MS 39563 , Tel: +1 (228) 475-1429 Moss Point Separate School Dist
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    Type: Public Middle School
    Grades: 6-8
  • 540

    Students

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Magnolia Middle School Ratings & Reviews

February 05, 2012 Submitted by a teacher
I AM A teacher at Magnolia Juior high. I must tell you that teacher are resigning mid year due to lack of a stong administration at this school. The leadership is chaotic at best, information is never shared until situations are about to happen. There is lack of preparation and direction among the leadership. I have taught over 25 years and find the situation unacceptable. I love teaching but I need support.
October 27, 2011 Submitted by a teacher
I am a teacher at Magnolia Jr. High School in Moss Point, Mississippi. I have loved teaching here since I started quite a few years ago. We have been given the task of taking elementary students and turning them into High School Students. We work with them academically and emotionally to mature them into well adjusted young people. All the typical school problems are there from personal discipline to lack of effort, from supportive parents to absentee parents, from those who know every grade their child makes to those who cry foul after their child has failed. Magnolia and the Moss Point School District have great policies such as: every teacher contacting the parent of each child at least once every quarter; posting lesson plans and classwork on Haiku for students and parents to use; open classrooms for parents to attend any time they wish; progress reports sent out twice per quarter; the MTM teaching model; and the list goes on. If I were to have a wish it would be that the community would open itself up to new ideas and drop old attitudes, to realize that teachers are not the bad guys, but the people preparing young minds for a brave new world.
March 12, 2011 Submitted by a teacher
Ask me, "Is teaching a good job?" I would say , "No, but it has a great schedule." Ask me, "Do you like teaching?" I would say, "I love teaching. I love working with children and taking part in their learning process. I work daily with wonderful peers. However, the school systems definitely need reforming." I am a former teacher of Magnolia Jr. High School. The students at MJHS are really no different than the students at any other school. Children will always be children. Most of the teachers are just as educated, if not more, as any teacher at any other school. There was a lack of professionalism and adherence to district guidelines. Teachers are disrespected by administration and the student pick up on this and continue the behavior. The same behavior they have learned from watching the person who is supposed to be "in charge". Those children, just like any other, will only do as much as they are allowed to do and get away with. The problem is they get away with a lot in MP. Until that changes, classroom management, student behavior, regular grades and test grades will continue to remain low. MP needs devine intervention. Pray for those children to receive the tools they need.
July 16, 2008 Submitted by a parent
My son has attended Moss Point School District his entire life. I am so thankful that we are finally able to transfer him out of this district. Magnolia Jr. High is the worst school, besides Moss Point High School, on the coast. This past year, my son was constantly bullied, harassessed and provoked into fights; I had to literally force him to go to school. The students are out of control and little progress has been made in solving this problem. Some of the teachers seem to be good, but most are very uncaring and unconcerned about your child. Yet with all the discipline problems, what can you expect?
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Jackson County, MS Education Statistics

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  • Associate Degree11%
  • Bachelor Degree11%
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Apartments and homes for rent near Magnolia Middle School

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Things you should know about Magnolia Middle School

Before you start packing, make sure Magnolia Middle School is really the best option for your child. To recap, Magnolia Middle School is a well-known public 6-8 school in Moss Point. It is located at 4630 Magnolia Street, Moss Point, MS 39563 and it is the second home of 540 students. Please note that available apartments near a given school are filtered by proximity, not by attendance zone. We advise parents to visit the schools in person and contact the admissions offices for further information on school performance and attendance zones before making a final decision.

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