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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Congratulations to Ms. Christy Davis, 6th Grade Social Studies Teacher!  She has been chosen to be a Rural Trust Global Teacher Fellow! Ms. Davis will be traveling to Cuba this summer with the help of the grant she has been awarded! Way to go, Ms. Davis!


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The Rural Trust's Global Teacher Fellowship program provides awards for up to 25 teachers annually to support the professional and personal development of rural educators.

The awards (up to $5,000 for individual teachers and $10,000 for a team of two or more teachers) support teachers’ participation in self-designed summer learning experiences and a two-day place-based learning institute in the fall following their summer experience.

This fellowship is a stand-alone grant not meant to supplement other grant funds for larger projects.

Teachers are encouraged to center their learning in an international travel and study experience, out of which they develop interdisciplinary, place-based learning curricula aligned with their specific state and local content standards.

Eligibility: Any K–12 teacher working full-time and teaching at least 60% time in a public rural community classroom can apply for the fellowship. Counselors, media specialists, and other school personnel working or teaching in a public rural school setting at least 60% of their paid work time may also apply. Each applicant much have 4 years teaching experience by the fellowship start date.

The Rural Trust defines a rural community by National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) locale codes: 32 (Town, Distant); 33 (Town, Remote); 41 (Rural, Fringe); 42 (Rural, Distant); or 43 (Rural, Remote). If your school is listed in one of these locale codes, you are eligible to apply. If your school or district is REAP eligible, you may also apply. For more details on eligibility, see the FAQs page.

Click any of the links below for information about the Summer 2016 Rural Teacher Global Fellowship program.

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Our 1st Annual "Splash and Dash" was a great success! Everyone had a great time!



We would like to recognize and thank our sponsors for their support!

 Gold
Burglar Security Plus
Complete Tree Service
Dragon Drive In
First Baptist Lindale
HTH Building Services, Inc.
Herbert and Sandra Harper
JWH Transport, Inc.
The Pajor Family
Rome Georgia Transport
West Rome IGA

Silver
Bubba's "Chick-Um" Coop, Cave Spring
C & S Trophies
Floyd-Horne Land Surveyors
Kona Ice
Performance Physical Therapy
& Sports Medicine
Pleasant Valley South Baptist Church
Vargo Orthodontics

 


Bronze
Bus Max Leasing
Rome Aviation Company
Rhino Waste & Recycling
Safepath Security
Title Max







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Mrs. Parker's and Mrs. Edge's students participated in Special Olympics on April 28th! 

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Click here for AdvancEd Accredidation Review Results!
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Pepperell Middle School
AdvancEd Self-Assessment
   
Standard 1:
Purpose and Direction 
1:   
Teachers/Staff are committed to a culture of
 shared values and beliefs

Overall self-assessment rating:  3.0 out of 4  
  Standard 2:
Governance and Leadership
 
  The governing body operates responsibly
and functions effectively
  Overall self-assessment rating:  2.8 out of 4
Standard 3:
Teaching and Assessing for Learning

 School leaders monitor and support the improvement
of instructional practice of teachers
 
Overall self-assessment rating:  2.5 out of 4
 
  Standard 4:
Resources and Support Systems
  The school provides support services to
meet the needs of students 
  Overall self-assessment rating:  2.0 out of 4
Standard 5:
Using Results for Continuous Improvement
 
Professional and support staff are trained in the
evaluation, interpretation, and use of data
 
Overall self-assessment rating:  2.4 out of 4

Click here for more Student Performance Data/Scores

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Yearbook 
You must enter order number 10356 when you order online.  

The 2015-2016 PMS yearbook is on sale now for $35. That’s $10 off the $45 original price! ORDER NOW — prices increase to $40 December 1.  


There are four ways to order:  Order online, by phone, by mail or through your child's homeroom teacher. Click on this link: Yearbook Flyer.pdf to download the order form.

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BoxTops

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.

Click here for more information

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