Polk County Middle School designated October as Anti-Bullying Month. This year's theme is Be BRAVE which reminds students to be bold, be respectful, be awesome, be valuable and be educated.
Students from Polk County High School recently toured Polk County government offices. They were addressed by several speakers who explained their various job functions in government operations.
Teachers at Sunny View Elementary School were recently blessed with a special reward from Sam’s Club in Spartanburg, the school chosen as part of Walmart’s Teacher Rewards program,
Polk County Middle School students and staff recently gathered in the PCMS gymnasium to recognize athletes for the fall sports season.
Sixth graders from Polk County Middle School visited the 4-H Center in Columbus on Sept. 39 and Sept. 30 to hear presentations by local agencies that affect the environment.
A number of students from Sunny View Elementary School were honored recently as "Terrific Kids." The Tryon Kiwanis Club sponsors the event, which recognizes students from each classroom for their good citizenship and hard work for the month.
Polk County HOSA-Future Health Professionals students recently helped residents at Tryon Estates celebrate Halloween.
A rainy day Monday didn't stop students in Lyla Johnson's class at Polk Central Elementary from practicing their motor skills.
Every year the U.S. Department of Education offers more than 150 billion dollars in financial aid to help students go to college. In February, Polk County Schools will work hard to ensure that each senior receives all the funding for which they are eligible.
Shea White's first grade class at Tryon Elementary School had its own Cruella Deville (student Addie Buss) and the 101 Dalmatians for the class...