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Dec. 14: Saluda closed, other Polk schools on 2-hour delay

Polk County Schools will operate on a two-hour delay on Friday, December 14, with the exception of Saluda Elementary School, which will be closed for students

Tryon students send candy, cards to U.S. military in Japan

Girl Scout Troop #1361 conducted its annual post-Halloween candy collection for military members by asking Tryon Elementary third graders to donate leftover or unwanted Halloween candy

Polk Central looks into future during Red Ribbon Week

Polk Central Elementary students celebrated Red Ribbon Week with a different focus each day

Sunny View salutes Terrific Kids for November

Sunny View Elementary has honored its Terrific Kids for the month of November

Tryon students screen film as part of focus on kindness

Tryon Elementary students ended the month of November with a special screening of the movie "Wonder" at Tryon Theatre.

Sunny View Honor Roll, perfect attendance students recognized for second six weeks

Sunny View Elementary School proudly announces its Honor Roll and perfect attendance students for the second six weeks of the 2017-2018 school year

Polk Central celebrates Grandparents Day, Fall Festival

Polk Central Elementary celebrated a pair of successful events during the fall.

Polk County FFA team makes history with national qualification

For the third straight year, the Polk County FFA Senior Team earned a trip to the National Land and Range Competition held in Oklahoma City

Local vet talks horse bones with Tryon fourth graders

Tryon Elementary fourth graders recently received a lesson about the differences in horse and human bone structures from a local expert

Photos: Beulah Baptist members bring blankets to Sunny View

Members of Beulah Baptist Church recently visited Sunny View Elementary and brought a van loaded with blankets for all students and staff.

Saluda fourth graders get sweet lesson on rocks and minerals

Fourth graders at Saluda Elementary learned the difference between rocks and minerals using chocolate. The students are starting their study of the rock cycle

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