Powell Announcements

  • STEM Night

    On Thursday, Jan. 23, P.E.S. will partner with UT's C.U.R.E.N.T. Engineering Research Center to host a science STEM night from 5-7 p.m. All students and family are invited. Come enjoy science and engineering activities for all grade levels! Don't miss out!

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  • Read City USA

    Check out our mayor's Read City USA link at the bottom of this webpage. Even if you can't make it to the library, there's a huge selection of TUMBLEBOOKS available at your fingertips for free. These books can be read online (without checking out through the library) and a lot of these books have an audio version for young readers. Scroll to the bottom of the Read City USA website and click on Tumblebooks to explore the collection. Help your student become a better reader with this free online resource!

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  • The Great Kindness Challenge

    It's the happiest week of the year! Let's get involved! This week we are joining students worldwide to become more aware of how kindness can change our school. Kindness matters!

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  • Online Payments

    You may now make payments online for your child's school fees, field trips, special activities, etc. without writing a check or sending cash. To learn more and to register, click the "Families" heading at the top of the home page and look for the link for online payments.

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  • 855 Students

    Our students excel inside and outside the classroom, and Powell Elementary School is committed to providing them with the instruction, resources and support they need to achieve their goals. Investing in students not only helps them as individuals but also ensures a vibrant future for all of Knox County.

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  • 100 Staff

    Teachers, principals and support staff are the driving force behind our educational mission. Powell Elementary School is committed to fostering a workplace culture that values employee contributions, equips employees to meet their professional goals and supports employees in the work of teaching and learning.

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  • Our mission is to provide a safe, nurturing learning environment that holds high expectations for all students to become independent, responsible, life-long learners and productive citizens.

  • Knox County Schools is committed to increasing academic achievement, eliminating disparities, and creating a positive culture.

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