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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Students, please click here to take the Olweus survey! Thank you! 

Congratulations to Mrs. Laura McLendon! Pepperell Middle School's Overall Teacher of the Year!
Mrs. McLendon is a 6th grade Math teacher at Pepperell Middle.  This is her first year in Floyd County Schools.  She has been teaching for 20 years.  


Congratulations to our Representatives for Teacher of the Year/Classified Employee of the Year
In order of the picture: Mr. Kenneth Leroy/Classified Employee, Lacee Landrum/8th Grade, Laura McLendon/6th Grade, Melanie Curry/Connections-Other Areas, Tyler Thomas/7th Grade

Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to our new Assistant Principal, Mr. Brandon Parker!

Mr. Parker is a native of Floyd County and a graduate of Armuchee High School. After graduation he attended Jacksonville State University, where he earned a B.S. degree in Secondary Education in 2004 and began teaching in the Floyd County School System. He first taught special education and history at Pepperell High School before moving to Pepperell Middle School in 2012. He currently teaches 7th and 8th grade social studies and serves as the school's Athletic Director. Mr. Parker also holds advanced degrees from Walden University (M.Ed.) and Lincoln Memorial University (Ed.S.) 

Coach Parker

Girls' and Boys' Track Teams placed 1st at the
Pepperell Relays on Thursday, April 21st!




The 2nd Annual Splash and Dash Color Run is coming!  On May 12th, Student Council will be sponsoring our 2nd Splash and Dash Color Run to raise money for our Connections Classes.  Students will pay an entry fee and the race will be in the afternoon of our annual Fun Day, end of year celebration.  The cost is $10 for the race or $20 if you want a t-shirt and bandana.  If you register early (by April 28th) you will receive a free pair of sunglasses on the day of the race!  Please click below to download an entry form!

Also, we are in need of sponsors!  If you would like to be a sponsor, please click on the sponsor letter for more information!  It's going to be a great day!

Splash and Dash Registration

Splash and Dash Sponsor Letter


Mrs. Baker's 101 Class made this video for a little "Milestone encouragement"  



Congratulations to 8th grader, Sarah Croy.  Her essay, "Words from Winter" won 1st place for her grade level in the Young Georgia Authors writing contest.  She will now represent Floyd County in the District level of the competition! 
 Sarah Croy
Pictured from Left to Right, Mrs. Bevis, Sarah Croy, Mrs. Palmer


Beginning January 13th, we will be implementing a new Bullying Prevention Program.  The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program is a researched based program developed to help individuals, classrooms, schools, parents and communities prevent bullying in our schools.  This video is just a glimpse into the program!


Congratulations to our 2017 Spelling Bee winner Miss Kaitlyn Morgan.  Also, congrats to our runner-up Trisha Dobs
on. Kaitlyn will advance to the county Spelling Bee on February 8,2017 to represent Pepperell Middle and Trisha will be our alternate.  

spelling bee

Every student who participated in the spelling bee did an outstanding job this morning.  We were all beyond impressed with their spelling abilities.  Great work students and teachers! 


Student Council hosted a Lip Sync Battle as one of the Can-A-Thon rewards this year.  Take a look at some of the great acts along with some special guests!  


During a trip to Washington, D.C. over Thanksgiving break, some of our students were able to participate in a wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.  Check out the video of this great honor!


Congratulations to Coach Brandon Parker's 7th grade Homeroom!  They collected over 1,200 cans for the Can-A-Thon and will receive a Pizza Party!  Coach Parker will get a day off for his efforts as well! 

Even though the 7th grade homeroom had the most cans, 8th grade - District 21 brought in the most cans overall, so they will get an afternoon on the hill!  Congratulations and way to go, District 21! 

Thanks to everyone at PMS that contributed and helped out with the Can-A-Thon!  We were able to raise 12,735 cans to help feed the hungry.  The entire Pepperell community raised over 40,000 cans this year, contributing to the - over 100,000 cans raised for the Salvation Army.  What an awesome community effort!



It's time to order your yearbook!  
Click here to order online.  You can also click here to download the paper order form.


Hunger Games Reveal is HUGE Success!! Click here for more!


There are some exciting changes at Pepperell Middle School this year!  Watch the video below for a little preview!



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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