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Picture Day is Tuesday, September 9th
Please remember to bring your payment with your order form!
 
H. H. Poole Middle
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!  
  


 School Resumes Tuesday, September 2, 2014!
WELCOME BACK!  smiley
 
Supply List 2014-2015!

Join the PTO - It's Free!!!
Check our new website

hhpoolepto.shutterfly.com
FIELD HOCKEY TRYOUTS!
When : Wednesday, September 3rd
 Meet in small cafeteria after you have changed
After tryouts please have a ride to pick you up out front @ 5:30 p.m.
REMEMBER: You need a competed VHSL physical to tryout

Breakfast/Lunch Prices for Middle School SY2014-2015
Breakfast for students: $1.45   (Adults:$1.75)
No charge for reduced students
Lunch for students: $2.60    (Adults:$3.35)
$0.40 Reduced (all levels)

 
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
 
     
 
  Important Dates!  
 

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

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

Raised donations for
Local SPCA "Pennies for Puppies"  

American Legion Food Drive
Dec 2 - Dec 19





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