The Poplarville Lower Elementary serves students grades Kindergarten through 2nd grade. The campus is located at 804 South Julia Street, Poplarville, MS 39470.
You may reach the Lower Elementary at (voice) (601)795-4736 and (fax) (601) 795-6568.
Principal: Candace Henderson
Assistant Principal: Loletha Needham
Published: Monday, 30 November 2015 17:58
PLE Quest hosted an Addition Fact Championship for all second graders. All classes have been working very hard to learn these facts fluently. Classes competed against one another through several rounds of close competition. In the end, Mrs. Broom’s class claimed the Championship spot for 2015!!! Our individual student winner went to Dalton R.
All students did an outstanding job. We look forward to hosting a subtraction fact championship this coming spring.
Published: Thursday, 12 November 2015 14:32
October Student of the Month
Kindergarten- Bottom Row: Dean, Leila, Abeni, Conner, Arlo, & AJ
Taven (not pictured)
First Grade- Middle Row: Collin, Dillan, Madison, Vivian, Levi, Dru, & Jayden
Second Grade- Back Row: Loryn, Dalton, Zae, Blaine, Jackson, & Magnolia
Congratulations!!! Nice work boys and girls!
Published: Thursday, 12 November 2015 14:06
Second Grade Parents are invited to our Parent University Night.
Where: PLE in Mrs. Susan Keith’s room
When: November 16, 2015
Published: Tuesday, 10 November 2015 13:21
We invite all parents/guardians
to join us for some Cola talks (Collaborating together to Organize Learning experiences for All students)
while your child is in school.
Come and share your thoughts,
comments, and recommendations
about our Title I Program.
Date: November 12, 2015
Published: Monday, 09 November 2015 15:16
Kindergarten/Bottom Row: Left to Right – Michael James P., Allyssa P., Chloe B., Lawson L., & Conner D.,
First Grade/Middle Row: Left to Right - Layney M., Malyn L., Caleb B., Addison J., Brooklyn C., Abbie S., and Bailey M.
Second Grade/Top Row: Left to Right – Neveah T., Kaylynn O., Emma H., Aiden S., Kaylee G., & Aiden C.
Not pictured: Hope S., and Madison B.
****** Congratulations for your hard work!!! ******
Published: Wednesday, 07 October 2015 16:25
The Poplarville Fire Department came to PLE to speak to the children about fire safety. The children learned what to do in case of a fire in their house. The importance of fire drills at home, similar to the way we practice at school, will prepare them for any emergencies that may occur. The students learned about dialing 911 in case of an emergency. They learned why it isn’t a good idea to call 911 if it isn’t an emergency. The students saw the uniforms the firemen wear and got to shake the fireman’s hand. This helped familiarize the students with the uniform so they won’t be scared in case of an emergency. Then each student was given a keychain with “Celebrate Fire Prevention by never playing with fire and practicing a family fire escape plan” on it.
Published: Monday, 05 October 2015 12:28
Brittany Alexander's kindergarten classroom had a balloon release in honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness month. Mrs. Alexander sent home notes to parents for support and told her students that October is a very important month to remember to have good checkups to stay healthy. The wind was blowing nicely and the balloons lifted beautifully as the students marveled at the sight. Several parents and grandparents attended to be a part of the exciting event. Tags were attached to the balloons hoping to see how far the balloons travel; as people find the cards we are hoping they email the school's class so they may chart the travel.
Published: Wednesday, 23 September 2015 17:52
Kindergarten has learned "Hh" this week and on Friday they celebrated with Horrible Hair day! Some have color, some have cupcakes, some have spiderwebs, some have not combed, some have multiple hair accessories and some have hair not finished. They are the smart and cute too!
Published: Wednesday, 16 September 2015 18:26
Second grade Quest classes have truly been enjoying our Mission Space Unit. We have been learning and doing many hands on activities that are helping to answer all of the questions that the students have had about space and our solar system. In order to gain even more knowledge, we took a journey to the other planets and our moon through a talking planetary map. This map takes your weight and calculates what you would weigh on the other planets. It also gives us super cool facts about each planet we visit just by standing on that particular planet. The students favorite part was being able to send a classmate out on a "Space Mission." The mission gave us 90 seconds to find the correct planet for the given fact. Depending on how many you get correct, is what results in your points at the end. The students did a great job and really enjoyed helping one another get to the correct planet in time.
Published: Tuesday, 08 September 2015 11:56
Collaborating together to Organize Learning experiences for All students
We invite all parents/guardians to join us for some Cola talks (Collaborating together to Organize Learning experiences for All students) while your child is in school. Come and share your thoughts, comments, and recommendations about our Title I Program.
Date: September 10, 2015