According to our State and Federal health officials, the highly contagious COVID-19 (a/k/a Coronavirus) is believed to spread by prolonged human contact. To reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, the CDC has recommended physical distancing, frequent hand washing/sanitizing, and the use of face coverings. Magnolia Speech School has adopted specific guidelines and protocols to do our part […]
We understand your child’s language
All children need a voice. When facing difficulties with speech and language, they deserve professional services designed to help them communicate effectively. At Magnolia Speech School, students are given a curriculum tailored to their specific needs. By offering early intervention, extensive resources, and a nurturing community, we give families the tools to help their kids succeed.
Magnolia Speech School is Where Hope Speaks for children with speech and language disorders.
“Our daughter was diagnosed with apraxia of speech, a condition that makes it difficult to speak. Luckily we found a school built just for children like her — Magnolia Speech School. The specialized classroom instruction and speech therapy services she receives have helped her become a confident, happy girl as well as a great conversationalist!”
– Scott & Maggie Jones, parents of Jane Helen
Governor Reeves passed Senate Bill 2594 to extend the state’s Education Scholarship Account (ESA) program until 2024. The ESA program enables parents to direct a portion of their state education tax dollars to the educational setting and services of their choice. The bill was passed as written by the Senate, which included the following changes: Requiring eligible schools to be state-accredited […]
The situation with COVID-19 is very fluid and continues to evolve, but Magnolia Speech School is hopeful and preparing to conduct in-person education for our students starting August 6th, 2020. In an effort to ensure the health and safety of our students, we prepared a resource for our parents to review – Magnolia Speech School […]