Principal: Mr. Douglas Robbins | School hours: 8:25 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.

Welcome to Poolesville Elementary School!


Our students come to school everyday
     Respectful and
           Ready to learn.

Upcoming Events

Friday, April 18
Holiday - Easter

Monday, April 21
Make up day

Thursday, May 01
Kindergarten Orientation by appointment

Friday, May 02
Kindergarten Orientation by Appointment

Saturday, May 03
PES Community Service Day on our Property


  • Principal Robbins' April 2014 Newsletter

    Be sure to read this April Newsletter about our make up snowdays, bookfair, community service day, Rockland's Fundraiser, Mileage Club Spring Session, Pre-K/Headstart information meeting and more. There is alot happening!

  • Talent Show News

     Auditions for the talent show went very well. Thanks to all the acts that came out to show us what talents they have. Call backs for any acts will be during the week of April 7- 11th. All acts should practice, practice, practice over spring break. Any questions, contact Wendy Gotlewski. 

  • Spring Mileage Club starts up again on Tuesday, April 22nd

    Due to the wet conditions on our school fields, mileage club has been postponed until Tuesday, April 22nd. Students should listen to morning announcements for updates.

  • Student Art Show will be the night of the Talent Show

    Information regarding the exhibit of P.E.S. student art work at the talent show will be shared after the spring break. The Talent show is held at the high school.

  • Poolesville Public Library Best Book Contest

    See attached information for the Poolesville Public Library's annual Best Book Contest for local elementary schools. All submissions are due by April 25th. Students who choose to work together and win, will split the winning awards. Multiple submissions are welcome. Read directions carefully. Have fun, be creative!

  • Battery Recycling Program

    A Poolesville High School Global Ecology Student has a box in the  main hallway to collect batteries. These should be button batteries, watch batteries, and rechargeable batteries from cell phones and portable electronic devices. We are not accepting Alkaline Batterine like AA, AAA, C and D because they can be put in the trash.

  • Poolesville ES Community Service Project 2014

    Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 3rd for our second Community Service Day. There is nothing like being a role model to your child on the importance of giving back and showing pride in your school and community. Please make a commitment to join us for a few hours.

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