Poquoson Middle School

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  • Poquoson Middle School serves a total population of almost 500 students in grades 6, 7, and 8. Our high expectations are carried out throughout the building within our staff and students. Poquoson Middle School promotes a climate conducive to success based on safety, accountability, and a close partnership with parents and the community. A typical day at Poquoson Middle School consists of seven periods. In addition to Math, English, Science, Social Studies, and Health and Physical Education, students may be exposed to reading and math support, foreign language (French and Spanish), Technology Education, Band, Chorus, Drama, and Art.

PMS Announcements

  • PCPS K -12 STEM Night

    Mark your calendars for PCPS STEM Night occurring on November 15th from 5:30-7:30 at Poquoson Primary School.  For more information, click here!

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  • PMS is ALL IN!

    Poquoson Middle School launches ALL IN movement.  Are you ALL IN?  Check out this video to see what it's all about!

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  • Change to School Calendar

    PCPS had to close school on Friday, October 12 as a result of the power outages that occurred because of the high winds that came with the remnants of Hurricane Michael.  At the November 27,2018 School Board meeting, the Board plans to approve making December 20 an early dismissal day for all students and staff. Currently, December 19 is shown as the last day before winter break. With the Board’s approval, December 20 will now be the last school day before winter break.  If we miss additional days after winter break due to inclement weather, January 21, January 28 and February 15 will be considered for use as make-up days. Thank you for your flexibility as we continue to work to meet state requirements and ensure our students receive  as much instruction as possible.

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  • Announcements for November 12-16, 2018

    Monday -

    Welcome to National Kindness Week!  Today is Mo Money Monday.  Please don't forget to drop off your spare change to support the United Way charities.  Collection buckets will be available throughout the week.

    All In:  The next All In video airs during second period.  We hope it really sticks with you!

    Spirit Night:  Tuesday, November 13th from 5 - 8pm, is Poquoson Middle School's Spirit Night at Chick-fil-A!  Mention Poquoson Middle School when ordering and a portion of the sales will be donated to the school!

    Picture Retakes:  Tuesday, November 13th is Fall Picture Make-Up day.

    Library News:  The Book Fair is here!  The Book Fair will be open from 7:30am - 2:30pm all week.  Stop by the book fair to purchase the latest and greatest new books.  Some of the book fair's best books include The Collector, Where She Fell, Gamer Army, Roblox: The Essential Guide, and Resistance.  We also have the new Amulet book: Supernova.

    The Locker Lottery will be held all week.  At least 50 students will receive prize coupons in their lockers this week.  Coupons are good through Friday.

    November is National Novel Writing month.  Write at least 10 pages of your novel and get your name entered in the library's drawing for cash prizes.  See Mrs. Tyler for more details.

    Volleyball:  The varsity volleyball team won their state quarterfinal match against George Mason on Saturday night!  Congratulations!

    Tuesday

    Today is Tell Me Something Good Tuesday. You are encouraged to select an act of kindness from the Kindness Station set up in the cafeteria.  If we catch you in the act, your picture will be posted on a "Caught Being Kind" bulletin board.

    Spirit Night:  Tuesday, November 13th from 5 - 8pm, is Poquoson Middle School's Spirit Night at Chick-fil-A!  Mention Poquoson Middle School when ordering and a portion of the sales will be donated to the school!

    Picture Retakes:  Today, November 13th is Fall Picture Make-Up day.

    K-Team:  All K-Team members, please return your permission slips for STEM night as soon as possible.

    Library News:  The Book Fair will be open from 7:30am - 2:30pm all week.  Stop by the book fair to purchase the latest and greatest new books.  Some of the book fair's best books include The Collector, Where She Fell, Gamer Army, Roblox: The Essential Guide, and Resistance.  We also have the new Amulet book: Supernova.

    The Locker Lottery will be held all week.  At least 50 students will receive prize coupons in their lockers this week.  Coupons are good through Friday.

    Today's winners of the Book Fair's Reading Tickets are Katie Perdue, Paige Knight, and Jack Han.  They each win a free Hershey bar from the library!

    November is National Novel Writing month.  Write at least 10 pages of your novel and get your name entered in the library's drawing for cash prizes.  See Mrs. Tyler for more details.

    Volleyball:  This evening, the Varsity Volleyball team will be travelling to Madison County for a state semifinal match.  Good Luck girls!

    Wednesday

    Wednesday is Color Me Kind Wednesday.  Be sure to write a kind word on a paper link at lunch today!  Links will be used to create a Colors of Kindness chain to decorate the middle school with your kind words!  

    Art Club:  Art Club meets today, make sure you have secured a ride home.

    Battle of the Books:  Battle of the Books will meet today after school in the library.

    Library News:  The Book Fair will be open from 7:30am - 2:30pm all week.  Stop by the book fair to purchase the latest and greatest new books.  Some of the book fair's best books include The Collector, Where She Fell, Gamer Army, Roblox: The Essential Guide, and Resistance.  We also have the new Amulet book: Supernova.

    The Locker Lottery will be held all week.  At least 50 students will receive prize coupons in their lockers this week.  Coupons are good through Friday.

    Today's winners of the Book Fair's Reading Tickets are Chris Hicks, Jude Purdie, and Domenock Kobithen.  They each win a free Hershey bar from the library!

    November is National Novel Writing month.  Write at least 10 pages of your novel and get your name entered in the library's drawing for cash prizes.  See Mrs. Tyler for more details.

    Volleyball:  I have an announcement from Mr. Hatok, the Regional Volleyball Coach of the Year!  The varsity volleyball team won their state semifinals match at Madison COunty last night!  We will be playing in the state finals on Friday in Roanoke at 6pm.

    Thursday - 

    Thursday is Thankful Thursday.

    Friday

    Friday is High Five Friday.

     

     

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  • PCPS Students and Teachers Ready to Inspire

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  • Accessing Your PCPS Gmail Account

    For details on how to access your Poquoson City Public Schools Gmail account, click HERE

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  • Supply Lists 

    The supply list for the 2018-2019 school year is posted!  Check out what you will need for a successful school year!

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