PCES Clubs and Activities

    • Award Ceremonies - students are recognized each 9 weeks for their hard work and classroom effort. Award ceremonies are celebrated by the faculty, staff, and parents from each homeroom. For more information, check the website calendar or with your student's teacher. (Led by the Student Recognition Committee)

    • Chromebooks, iPads, Kindle Fires, and Laptops - numerous sets of Chromebooks, iPads, and Kindle Fires are available for each teacher to check out for student use. The electronic devices contribute to each student's classroom success.

    • Empower Hour - each month our counselors or organizations within our community provide training for parents. Topics include: bullying, homework help, etc. (Led by PCES Counselors)

    • Family Game Nights, STEM night, Literacy Night - our school provides numerous activities throughout the year for parents and guardians to participate in fun educational activities with their students. These activities bring the community and school together. Check our website calendar for our upcoming events!

    • Foster Grandparents - our foster grandparent program is a vital part of each classroom. They assist the teachers on a daily basis and develop lasting relationships with each student. PCES loves our foster grandparents!

    • HAWK Proactive Behavior Groups - Our HAWK (Handling Actions With Knowledge) groups, led by Dr. Kilcrease, provide students with alternatives to disruptive behavior by promoting team work, regulation skills, and conflict resolution. Each group meets once a week in the morning or in the afternoon. Students showing improvement receive weekly recognition and rewards.

    • IMPACT - funded through a grant provided by the Phenix City Education Foundation, IMPACT (Influencing My Peers and Community Together) provides mentoring and leadership experience for 3rd-5th grade boys at Phenix City Elementary School. (Led by Dr. Kilcrease)

    • Math Team - our math team is composed of 4th and 5th grade students and led by Mrs. Gallant and Mrs. Neuzil. Throughout the year, students get a chance to compete against other schools in our area. Our team has won numerous times.

    • Mr. and Miss PCES - each year students in 5th grade compete for nominations to be named Mr. and Miss PCES. These students must display leadership potential and must not have any disciplinary infractions. The competition will begin in February.

    • PBIS - Positive Behavior Intervention Supports provides students with positive behavior management and rewards students for good behavior. Our program consists of a HAWK punch card for each student. They get to attend the Hawk Celebration when students receive enough "punches." Students receive a gold coin at each Hawk Celebration. Students are able to attend the big Hawk Celebration when they reach 7 gold coins. (Led by the PBIS Committee)

    • Principal's Advisory Committee (PAC) - The purpose of the Principal’s Advisory Committee (PAC) is to have a stagnant focus group of students to share information with Mrs. Averett about their learning and social experiences at Phenix City Elementary School. The discussions will also be linked to the staff development being conducted in the building. This group will also share suggestions and feedback about maintaining and enhancing the school for all students.  This group is in order to build positive relationships with student leaders in the building.

    • PCES-TV - Our in-house TV show airs on Monday mornings. 3rd through 5th grade students provide announcements for our students by participating in the Creative Writing and Publishing Club. (Led by dr. Kilcrease)

    • STEM team - Our PCES STEM team competes in STEM challenges against other schools is our district. Through this team, each student's problem-solving and technology skills are tested and developed as they prepare for future STEM education and careers.

    • Safety Hawks - funded through a grant provided by the Phenix City Education Foundation, the Safety Hawks help keep our hallways safe and guide visitors around our school during school functions and events. They are very noticeable and wear safety vests when on duty.