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Schools and Offices will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 26th through Friday,Nov. 28th.
 Happy Thanksgiving!
Lost and found items will be on display for pick up in the hallway by the gym. 
Unclaimed items will be donated to charity on December 5th!
 
 
Home of the Mustangs!!!




Where Students

Engage, Explore, Experience, and Excel

Every Day!

 
Mr. Robert Bingham, Principal
Dr. Tricia Jacobs, Asst. Principal
Mrs. Katie Werner, Asst. Principal

 




 
  What’s Happening at Poole!  
 
 


Scholastic Book Fair in the Library
December 1-12, 2014
Click here for all the details!
National Geographic Bee !
December 18th
Media Center @ 3:00 p.m.


Order Your Yearbook
Save time and money!Call 1.866.287.3096 or 
Order online (use order number 5055)

 
CLICK BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION:
   
 

  Help Us Keep HHP Bully Free!!!

H. H. Poole is committed to maintaining a Bully Free School
You can help us keep HHP Bully Free!
Click on Mustang Sally to eliminate bullying in our school and to report anonymously
Click Here To Learn More About Our ANTI-BULLY Program - OLWEUS!!!



 DISTRICT ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
 
     
  Important Dates!  
 
Today
- High School Musical
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
11/24/2014
11/25/2014
Repeating Event - TSA Meeting
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Order HH Poole Spirit Wear
Checkout the Online Mustang Store
 
 
Check your Accelerated Reader Goal progress from home!!! 
Click here!

*Use your Novell login and birthday password.*

Want to see if a book has an AR Quiz? 
Click here!
Search H.H. Poole's Library from anywhere!  Click here to go to Destiny!

 


Congratulations to Mustangs Serving the Community

Leukemia Lymphoma Society
Team Tomas has already raised $6,559.00

Raised $160.45
Susan G. Komen Local Chapter
 
Raised $1,100
United Way Campaign

Raised donations for
Local SPCA "Pennies for Puppies"  

St. Jude Math-a-thon

Linus Foundation

American Legion Food Drive
Dec 2 - Dec 19





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