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Saluda fifth graders get chance to sharpen their acting talents

Saluda Elementary fifth graders recently had a chance to hone their drama skills while working with visiting artist actor/director Chris Tinkler

Photos: Polk Central fifth graders step into the sunshine

Fifth graders at Polk Central Elementary enjoyed a chance to get out of the classroom and enjoy some sunshine amid all the recent rainy days

Polk County FFA raises funds to buy new truck for school farm

The Polk County High School FFA recently completed its fundraising to obtain a new truck for the school farm

Sunny View honors student achievement for fourth six weeks

Sunny View Elementary School has announced its honor roll and students with perfect attendance for the fourth six weeks of the 2018-2019 school year

Polk Central fifth graders get in motion for science

Students in Andrea Walter's science classes at Polk Central Elementary put science in motion in preparation for a classroom assignment

Saluda PE students use their noodles for hand-eye coordination

Saluda Elementary physical education classes are working on eye-hand coordination with the use of pool noodles as an extension

Polk Middle’s Nature Navigators enjoy trek at Pearson’s Falls

Polk County Middle School's hiking club, Nature Navigators, recently had a chance to explore Pearson's Falls, located between Tryon and Saluda

Saluda second graders turn da Vinci study into art

Saluda Elementary art teacher Susan McRostie recently facilitated a creative art lesson for second grade students

Polk County students shine at regional Science Olympiad tourney

For the third straight year, Polk County Middle School's Science Olympiad team is heading to the North Carolina Science Olympiad state tournament

PCMS Nature Navigators hike Little Bearwallow Falls

Polk County Middle School's hiking club, Nature Navigators, spent a lovely Saturday in February hiking with Polk County High School's Carrie Baris and Katy Montgomery

Sunny View second graders rise to reading challenge

To earn 100 Accelerated Reader points is no easy feat, but to earn 100 points in second grade is like hiking Mount Everest

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