The Middle School of Poplarville serves students grades 6th through 8th. The campus is located at 6 Spirit St, Poplarville, MS 39470. You can reach MSP at (voice) (601) 795-1350 or (fax) (601) 795-1351.
Principal: Heidi Dillon
Assistant Principal: Vicky Boone
Published: Thursday, 16 March 2017 18:18
School will be closed on Friday, March 17th for winter break.
Have a great weekend, and Happy Saint Patrick's Day!!
Published: Monday, 13 March 2017 18:38
Published: Monday, 13 March 2017 18:23
The Poplarville Special Municipal Separate School District, 302 South Julia Street, Poplarville, MS 39470, is now taking applications for the position of Secondary Certified or Highly Qualified Math Teacher. Application due to Poplarville School District Central Office no later than April 21, 2017..
The Poplarville School District does not discriminate on the basis of Sex, Race, Religion, Color, National Origin, Age or Handicap.
Published: Sunday, 12 March 2017 01:11
Congratulations to the MSP 2017-2018 cheerleaders!
Published: Tuesday, 07 March 2017 17:41
On Friday March 3rd, 7th grade ELA students with the highest pass rate on iReady for the month of February were rewarded for all their hard work.
These students were able to enjoy pizza, supplied by Deb's Pizza & Pasta, while watching a movie.
Published: Tuesday, 07 March 2017 17:31
MSP Hornets Say "BEE Positive!!"
The Middle School of Poplarville has partnered with the bus drivers of the Poplarville School District to recognize and to reward students with outstanding behavior and attitudes.
Each month, every bus driver will choose one student to receive the Bus Student of the Month Award. These students will have their names called out on the intercom and will be able to choose a prize off of the Hornet Reward Cart.
Congratulations to the MSP Bus Students of the Month Award for February.
Published: Saturday, 04 March 2017 02:47
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Middle School Choir!
Published: Friday, 03 March 2017 22:35
Mrs. Holly Johnson’s 6th grade Quest classes enjoyed the day being able to meet and visit with authors and illustrators from around the area. This event entitled, “Young Author’s Celebration” was put on by William Carey University, and each student experienced how to be their “Life’s Own Author.”
Prior to the trip, the Quest students spent several weeks writing their own stories that were special to them. We went through the whole writing process and published each student’s book. This was a wonderful experience and gave each student the confidence they needed to realize they can use their personal experiences to connect with others through stories.
We had a great time and look forward to sharing our stories with students at Poplarville Lower Elementary for Read Across America Week.
Published: Thursday, 23 February 2017 15:24
The MSP Health class had the opportunity to learn new, healthy information from PRCC instructors/coaches. Ryne Colvin, Assistant Boys Basketball Coach and First Aid/Cpr Instructor, gave important information to the classes about CPR. He taught the correct steps of CPR and how to save a life properly while using CPR and an AED.
Meghan Moger, Wellness Instructor and Cheer Coach, taught the the class how to maintain a healthy lifestyle while incorporating healthy eating and exercise. She gave the students ideas on how to stretch properly, how to cut back on unhealthy foods, and brought displays to show the comparison between unhealthy pounds of fat compared to strong amounts of muscle that our bodies need.
MSP students really enjoyed their presentation and learned lots of new information that they can use on a daily basis to maintain a healthy lifestyle. We appreciate the instructors at PRCC for taking time out of their schedule to come and teach to our younger generation.
Published: Wednesday, 22 February 2017 21:05
The MATHCOUNTS competition for the MS Gulf Coast district was held on February 10th at USM in Long Beach.
The students who competed were: T. Knight, J.Durning, A. Farrell, S. Ladner, J. ravis, B. Conerly, V. Fischer, K. Billiot, M. Westling, and N. Ware.
MSP had two students place in the top ten (out of over 100 students)! T. Knight placed 6th and J. Durning placed 9th. MSP placed 5th in the team competition.