Pope High School HS

Tom Flugum, Principal

Kimberly Artigas, AP | James Bishop, AP | Terri Browne, AP | Denise Danielson, AP | Josh Mathews, AP/AD | Nancy Zarbnisky, AP

3001 Hembree Road
Marietta, GA 30062
Phone: 770-578-7900
FAX: 770-578-7902

3001 Hembree Road
Marietta, GA 30062
Phone: 770-578-7900
FAX: 770-578-7902

Welcome to Pope High School

Inspiring students to achieve extraordinary success!

News and Announcements


Did you miss Greyhound Madness?

Please take a look at this fee sheet - Expires August 16th - (and the instructions on page two) if you missed Greyhound Madness.  Online payment with credit/debit or payment with check/cash is available.  Checks should be made out to Pope High School and can be dropped off in the front office for our Bookkeeper, Mrs. Tilden.  You may want to look at the Back to School Checklist.  It shows the activities and opportunities that were available to parents and students during Greyhound Madness.


Fall Open House - August 23rd

5:00 - 6:30 p.m. 10th - 12th grade (drop-in)

6:00 - 6:30 p.m. 9th grade parent meeting (in the PAC)

6:30-7:00 p.m. PTSA Meeting (in the PAC)

7:00 - 8:30 p.m.  9th grade (bell schedule format)


Fall Parking 2018

Seniors with a valid driver's license can go to the Fall Parking page and complete the steps to obtain a parking permit.

Juniors - If you would like to be considered for a Fall Parking space, please click the link below and complete the following form by August 8th at 3:30.  Students who are eligible will be notified by email on August 9th with instructions on how to obtain their decal. 


LGE/CCSD Partnership - Pope Cards

The LGE Community Credit Union (LGE) has partnered with the Cobb County School District (CCSD) to support our schools and students. As a new feature of this partnership, LGE has created High School Spirit Cards where each high school in our district will have their own VISA card (Debit or Credit) that contains their unique high school mascot logo along with the logos for LGE and CCSD. This is a great opportunity for each high school community (teachers, staff, students and parents) to participate in that this program is designed to create team spirit in each high school environment while at the same time, create an opportunity for each high school to raise additional funding.

How can you get a LGE/CCSD VISA High School Spirit Card?

High School Spirit Cards are available now!  The High School Spirit Cards are available for teachers, students, parents and community members. If you are already an LGE member or want to join the LGE Community Credit Union, simply visit an LGE branch. LGE branches are conveniently located throughout Cobb County.

How will you and your high school benefit from this partnership?

As part of launching the High School Spirit Card program, LGE has given $1,000.00 to each high school for participating. On top of that, LGE will implement a revenue share with each high school. High School revenue sharing will depend on how many teachers, students and parents signup for the VISA card and how often they use their cards. The more participation and transactions a high school has, the more money that goes back into the pockets of each school.  In addition to benefiting the CCSD High Schools, if a teacher, student or parent has a High Rewards Checking account, they would also get 2.00% earnings every time they use their High School Spirit Card. In addition, they would also get 1.00% cash back on all VISA credit card purchases if they also sign-up for a High School Spirit Credit Card!

Tell me about LGE Community Credit Union and what products and services do they provide?

LGE Community Credit Union is a large, well respected credit union which offers a range of financial banking services including checking, savings, loans, insurance and more. (LGE High Rewards checking features 2.00% APY earnings on balances up to $25,000 based on HRC requirements. Additionally, LGE offers 1.00% cash back on credit card purchases). LGE members also have access to LGE Financial Advisors that can meet with you to uncover your needs and long-term goals, and then build a complimentary financial plan that will help you to determine a savings and investment strategy that is appropriate for you, your family, and your future.


Roundabout Information and Rights & Duties of Pedestrians

  • Drivers approaching the roundabout must “YIELD” to conflicting traffic already in the circle
  • Vehicles already in the roundabout have the right-of-way and should not stop to let other motorists in the circle
  • Drivers should always signal intent by using their right-turn signal to exit the roundabout

Officer Anthony has provided this article for our staff, students, and parents regarding the Rights & Duties of Pedestrians.  Please read and review.


FREE Access to all Cobb Libraries

All students now have full access to the Cobb County Library System using the PASS system.  You will use your student number and your pin to log in. Your PIN is your 4 digit birthday using the month and day you were born. For example, if you were born on February 4, your PIN would be 0204.  You can go to www.cobbcat.org/librarypass for more details.  If you have any questions, please contact our media specialist:  melissa.zonin@cobbk12.org




2018 Important Dates

Fall Open House Aug 23
Pep Rally & First Home Football Game Aug 31

 

Student of the Week

Congratulations to Lillian Garber!

Lillian is a sophomore this year.  Lillian was a true asset to the front office team throughout the summer.  She selflessly helped and did so cheerfully.  We are lucky to have her and call her a true Greyhound!

 

 

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