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The Say Something app allows students to anonymously report safety concerns to help someone who may hurt themselves or others. Here's a link to learn more about the Say Something app: https://bit.ly/2ZLWxho
The Parent Portal allows all Chatham County Schools families the opportunity to view their students' grades in an easy to use website.
Parents are asked to complete a parent verification process before accessing their student's grade and schedule information via the Parent Portal. This is a one-time process and will need only to be completed in subsequent years if families enroll new students within Chatham County Schools.
Click the link below to access instructions for the parent verification process.
PowerSchool Parent Portal Help
7:40- Building opens to students (6th to MPR / 7th & 8th to Gym)
8:10- Tardy bell/Classes begin
3:10- School ends (11:45 on Early Release Days)
3:35- Students must be picked up
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 while you're at it!
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 $4. The Boosters Club sells concessions at games, so your child may want to bring extra money for that as well.
Christopher Esther was featured on the Chatham Arts Council website after winning the MaryLee Moore Distinguished Author Award.
Every year, Pollard Band Director, Michele Reams, encourages her band students to go to the esteemed UNCG Summer Music Camp. This year, a record number of 35 Pollard band students attended the camp.
Learn about the amazing woman for whom Pollard was named.
Margaret B. Pollard Middle School is the first middle school in North Carolina to be awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.