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  • Cyber SafetyDo you have all the facts?

    Join us for a presentation by Susie Sutton, LPC, NCC.

    February 22, 2017, 6:00 - 7:00, in the multipurpose room.

    Pollard Palooza
    The PTSA would love to get feedback from our students (and parents and faculty) about what they'd like to see for Inflatables and Games at this year's Palooza! We'd appreciate it if you could have students complete this quick survey by Friday at 5pm so we can use their feedback in planning. We will be asking for feedback on Raffle Baskets, etc. in the future. Thanks for your help!
    Here is the link:
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  • Preparing for High School

    Chatham County Registration Course Guide 2017-2018  

    Dates of interest

    Chatham County School of Science and Technology. Applications availableFor additional information see Mrs. Little.

    February 23rd   Parent Night (5:30 in Auditorium) and Curriculum Fair (6:30 in Cafeteria) at Northwood

    February 23rd, 7:00  AVID Parent Interest Night at Northwood Auditorium

    February 15th, 21st, 23rd and 28th.  March 7th, 9th, 16th,and 21st.  4:00 to 6:30 Help with High School Course Selection and Online Registration with Mrs. Little in the Pollard media center

    Rising 9th Grade Registration opens in Powerschool February 26th

    Rising 9th Grade Registration ends March 26th


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  • Online Student Payment Portal

    Now available for the 8th Grade Field Trip. Other activities to be added soon.


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  • Credit by Demonstrated Mastery (CDM) is a statewide policy allowing a student to receive credit for high school courses without completing the traditional seat-time requirement.  CDM is open to all high school students and to middle school students taking high school courses offered in middle school. 
    For the application and more information about this process visit the following link:

    Student & Family Guide to Credit by Demonstrated Mastery

    Applications for Credit by Demonstrated Mastery should be returned to our school counselor byFriday, January 27th.
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  • jostens

    Yearbooks are on sale now!

    Order online jostensyearbooks.comcall 1-877 767-5217, or return the mailed order form.


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  • New Bell Times:

    7:00- YMCA Before School Care (Contact the YMCA to register)

    7:40- All students can enter at 7:40. 6th to MPR. 7th/8th to gym

    8:10- Tardy bell

    3:10- School ends


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  • 8th Grade Field Trip 2017

    Get a head start working at the PTA Thrift Store to fund your trip to Betsy-Jeff Penn Educational Center in March. The document below will tell you all about it.

    8th Grade Field Trip Info


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  • PTSA Pollard's PTSA is looking for a few good parents to volunteer for next year. Although they have an amazing team, most of the parents are moving on to Northwood. Positions available include: PTSA President, Vice President, Secretary, Fundraising Chair, Membership Chair, Spirit Wear Chair, and Box Top Chair. The jobs vary in time commitment and assignment. Please contact Wendy Bengivenni with questions. We all know our schools need extra help and extra funding, and this doesn't happen without parents getting involved. Thank you in advance!


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  • Campbell's Labels For Education
    By saving and redeeming product UPCs and beverage/sauce caps from participating products Pollard can earn FREE educational merchandise, such as computers, software, sports equipment, musical instruments, library books and even a minivan. You can help by saving UPCs and beverage/sauce caps from participating products and giving them to your child's teacher. The school redeems the points collected for FREE Educational Merchandise!

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  • Tyson Project A+
    Just clip and redeem Tyson Project A+ labels from packages of participating Tyson® products. For every label collected, they’ll give our school 24¢ – and our school can use the money for whatever it needs! Send the labels in to your child's teacher.

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  • box tops for education

    10 TOPS = $1.00 for our school!!   General Mills' Box Tops for Education can be found on a wide variety of products and brands including cereal, Yoplait yogurt, Juicy Juice, Huggies, Cottonelle, Betty Crocker, and Pillsbury. (For a full list of participating products, click here.)  Simply clip the Box Tops along the dotted lines, being careful not to cut off the expiration date, and turn them in to your child's teacher. You can print this sheet and attach your box tops to make it even easier for our PTSA coordinators to manage!

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  • Loews Foods Link Your Lowe's Fresh Rewards Card to Pollard! This way, when you purchase private label items, we get rewarded with CA$H! Click here to do it online, or let your teller know to do it next time you check out. Link your Harris Teeter VIC Card and Target RED card while you're at it!

    Harris Teeter

         .  Target



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  • pollard Boosters Athletic Gap is a way for your kids to stay at school (supervised) until game time on days when Pollard has home games.  (READ: one less trip for you to make shuttling your kid!) The cost for Athletic GAP is $2, and does not include the admission price to the game. Softball and soccer games are free admission. Basketball games cost $3. The Boosters Club sells concessions at games, so your child may want to bring extra money for that as well.


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Principal's Message

  • Mrs. Hester

    Dear Margaret B. Pollard Middle School Families,

    It is my pleasure to welcome you to Margaret B. Pollard Middle School. Margaret B. Pollard Middle School is an extraordinary place for learning! The teachers and staff work diligently to meet the individual needs of all students, and maintain personal connections with their families. I am ever so grateful to be surrounded by such driven, intelligent, and compassionate staff and students. Together with staff, families and community members, we will continue to work to strengthen Margaret B. Pollard’s strong reputation as an unique, rigorous, and inclusive learning community.