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Wise Words from Wolverines project offers insights from PCHS alums

Polk County High School graduates have gone on to achieve many notable things in life, as the Wolverines Around the World project created last year at Polk County Middle School showed

Chinese New Year’s Celebration just part of Lou’s dedication to sharing culture

February 16 is the beginning of the Chinese New Year, notes Polk County High School Chinese teacher Qiaoying Lou. Lou also enthusiastically mentions that the day is her 51st birthday in the Lunar-solar Chinese calendar.

Saluda first graders study Arctic animals

First graders in Caitlyn Bright's class at Saluda Elementary know quite a bit these days about Arctic animals

Sunny View salutes Honor Roll, perfect attendance students for third six weeks

Sunny View Elementary School proudly announces its Honor Roll for the third six weeks of the 2017-2018 school year

School board approves revised calendar for rest of academic year

The Polk County Board of Education approved revised calendars for the rest of the 2017-18 academic year at its regular monthly meeting on Monday

Community Foundation has broad impact on Polk County Schools

When Cindy Gilbert watches her Polk County Cadets take the field for a performance, halftime show or competition, she cannot help but think of the Polk County Community Foundation's impact on her program

Polk Central second graders have an “aged” look about them on 100th day

Students in Martha Halford's second grade class at Polk Central Elementary looked, well, a bit older during one recent school day

Henderson Oil, McGuinn’s help Sunny View land ExxonMobil grant

Thanks to the efforts of Henderson Oil Company and McGuinn's Store, Sunny View Elementary has received an ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Math and Science Grant.

Saluda kindergarteners celebrate 100th day of school

Kindergarten students at Saluda Elementary celebrated earlier this week the 100th day of the 2017-18 school year

Clifford the Big Red Dog surprises Sunny View students

Students attending the Scholastic Book Fair this week at Sunny View Elementary received quite a surprise