Math 24 Club - The innovative Math 24 game is use to help children sharpen basic math skills including computation, problem solving, number sense, critical thinking, and pattern sensing. Students practice at school and then participate in a regional tournament as a culminating activity.
Lego Robotics Club- Students in fifth and sixth grade learn science, logic, programming and engineering all while having fun. The club meets every other Wednesday at the Powers Memorial Library.
Chess Club - Students in grades 4-8 learn how to play chess, chess strategy and chess etiquette while having fun challenging their friends. This club meets every other week on Wednesdays after school in the cafeteria.
Battle of the Books - Students in grades 3-6 read books from a book list provided by the facilitator. Students team together and then participate in a tournament style competition answering questions about the books they have read. An eventual winner is decided.
Math meet - Fifth and sixth grade students have the opportunity to be part of a competition between several school districts to test their individual and team math abilities.
Drama Club - Students in grades 3-6 learn audition and performance skills during a 2 month duration with the culminating event being a full two hour production of a play that the students help write.
Yearbook Club - Students take pictures and help with the layout of our annual yearbook. The yearbook is published at the end of the year for students and their families to purchase as a keepsake. This activity includes many of our sixth grade students.
Ribbit Club - Working in conjunction with UW- Whitewater, our 4-6 grade students participate and monitor a frog watch and wetlands study. These studies help the university collect and manage data from all over southeastern Wisconsin.
Southern Lakes Anthology - Original poetry, prose, art work, cartoons and illustrated writing are judged and the best pieces are put into a book and is sold to the general public and is open to all 3-8 grade students
Student Council - The PES Student Council is responsible for representing and serving the needs of the student body through coordinating student activities and charity fundraisers. All grades K- 6 have representatives serving on the council.
Math Club - The purpose of this club is to strengthen and enrich students’ math skills. This club meets twice a week after school and is open to 4-6 grade students.