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Photos: Polk County seniors return to elementary schools for Senior Walk

Polk County High School seniors returned to their roots Friday, visiting the elementary schools that they attended as younger students as part of the traditional PCHS Senior Walk

Sunny View students design cars, head to “drive-in” for movie time

The Parent Teacher Organization at Sunny View Elementary School sponsored a fun "Drive-In" Movie Night on May 3

Sunny View honors Terrific Kids for May

Sunny View Elementary School recently honored its Terrific Kids for the month of May

Early College instructor chosen as NEH Summer Scholar

Polk County Early College science teacher Linda Sutton has been selected as an NEH Summer Scholar to attend one of 32 summer seminars and institutes supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities

Shrinky dinks part of PCMS students’ study of Michael Vey book

Students at Polk County Middle School recently read the book, Michael Vey: Prisoner of Cell 25, by Richard Paul Evans

Research project helps Polk Central fourth graders learn about state’s lighthouses

Fourth grade students at Polk Central Elementary can now be considered experts on the lighthouses found on the North Carolina coast

Project W.I.L.D. visit helps teach Saluda students about importance of wildlife

Learning about different animals around the world in order to help protect their future - this is how Saluda Elementary students spent a recent day

Photos: Science activities keep Polk Central fifth graders busy

Polk Central Elementary fifth grade students in Andrea Walter's class have been involved in a variety of science-related activities in recent days

Saluda fifth graders take final ‘muddy sneakers’ trek of the year

Ginger Rackley's fifth grade class at Saluda Elementary recently went on its last Muddy Sneakers field trip of the year

Sunny View salutes honor roll, perfect attendance students for fifth six weeks

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

Tryon second graders learn about saving money

Margeaux Lewis of Entegra Bank in Columbus recently talked about money and the importance of saving it with second graders at Tryon Elementary School

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