HOME OF THE MUSTANGS!!
| Robert A. Bingham
Katie B. Werner
Front Office Fax
ENGAGE, EXPLORE, EXPERIENCE
AND EXCEL EVERY DAY!
8:20 a.m. – 2:50 p.m.
Front Office Hours
7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Guidance/Registrar Office Hours:
7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Please call Main Phone to schedule an appointment to register new students.
Online Attendance Reporting
Click on boxes below for details....
HERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING AT POOLE!
CLICK HERE for SY2015-2016 school supply list !
FALL SPORTS INFORMATION
BOYS: FOOTBALL (7th and 8th grade only)
GIRLS: FIELD HOCKEY AND VOLLEYBALL
(Note: Girls trying out for field hockey need to bring a molded mouth guard and shin guards to try outs.)
TRYOUT DATES FOR ALL FALL SPORTS:
SEPT 9, 10 and 11, 3:00 - 5:15 p.m.
STUDENTS MUST HAVE A CURRENT VHSL PHYSICAL (DATED AFTER MAY 1, 2015) ON FILE BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF TRY OUTS. YOU CAN PICK UP A BLANK VHSL PHYSICAL FORM IN THE MAIN OFFICE OR CLICK HERE TO PRINT ONE OUT.
The form does say high school; middle schools use the same form.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT COACH BROOKS, ATHLETIC DIRECTOR, AT email@example.com
PICTURE DAY IS COMING!
Mark your calendars--school picture day is scheduled for Tuesday, September 15.
Need to register a student?
Registrations are done by appointment only.
Please call the school at 540-658-6190
to make an appointment.
Click here for enrollment requirements
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!!
Search H.H. Poole's Library from anywhere! Click here to go to Destiny!
Congratulations to Mustangs Serving the Community
The 10th Annual Hoops for Heart Program
Total 2014-2015 donations=$1,334.55
Leukemia Lymphoma Society
Team Tomas for 2015-2016 has already raised $2,911.12
Goal for this year is:$7,303.00
Grand total since 2008 is $65,607.36!!!
Susan G. Komen Local Chapter
United Way Campaign
Raised donations for
Local SPCA "Pennies for Puppies"
St. Jude Math-a-thon
21 Blankets made for children/families in need!
American Legion Food Drive
Dec 2 - Dec 19
Keeping Kids Safer on the Internet: Tips for Parents and Guardians
Allowing kids to go online without supervision or ground rules is like allowing them to explore a major metropolitan area by themselves. The Internet, like a city, offers an enormous array of entertainment and educational resources but also presents some potential risks. Kids need help navigating this world.
Click Here for More Tips: