The mission of Pepperell Middle School is to provide a quality education for all students by using exemplary educational practices which promote their abilities to become productive members of society. 



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   Volleyball @ Rockmart against Rockmart/Darlington
   Aug 31 2015 at 04:30 PM
   Football @ Rockmart
   Sep 01 2015 at 04:30 PM
   Volleyball (Home) vs Cedartown/Rockmart
   Sep 02 2015 at 04:20 PM
   FIRE-Hat Day
   Sep 04 2015
   Labor Day-No School
   Sep 07 2015
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F.I.R.E. Friday (August 28th)- Students will be able to pay 5 Dragon Dollars to eat outside during lunch.

 PMS Shirt T-shirts are still on sale for $10 at Pepperell Middle School.  Proceeds from the shirt sale will go to the family of Trent Tyree.  The front of the shirt has the dragon as pictured.  The sleeve of the shirt has a heart with the #75 on it (Trent's PHS football number). If you have any questions, or would like to order a shirt, please contact Ms. Christy Davis at or call the school at 706.236.1849.  Thank you for supporting this family during this difficult time.


School Supply Lists

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Get Georgia Reading posts "All About Those Books" video by Pepperell Middle to
the organization's website

Pepperell Middle School teachers and students got creative to promote their school book fair and the result was just picked up by a state organization for reading.  Get Georgia Reading has posted the music video "All About Those Books" by Pepperell Middle students and teachers to the groups website.  You can view the video on the Get Georgia Reading site at:

Teacher Kim Baker borrowed lyrics she had seen from another school online and brought a book focus to a recent Meghan Trainor hit song.  The video was used by Baker's sixth-grade Middle School 101 class to promote the Pepperell Middle book fair last December.  The class is designed to be an introduction to middle school to help young teens be more successful during the turbulent middle school years.


Collecting Box Tops is a very easy way to help our school! You might think they are only worth 10 cents, but when collected by many, they really add up! This was with only a small portion of our school population participating. Just think what we could do if everyone clipped those little rectangles!  You can find Box Tops on thousands of your favorite products, from cereals to Avery Office Products to Hanes T-shirts to printer paper.

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