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Hands-on experiment helps PCMS students learn about forms of government

Polk County Middle School seventh graders in Stephanie Gilbert's social studies class recently took part in a lab-style experiment to get hands-on experience with different forms of government

Saluda students use stop motion animation as part of science study

Saluda Elementary School students have been giving stop motion animation a try as part of their work to understand the seasons

Community Foundation to pay for students, one adult to see Hidden Figures

The Polk County Community Foundation is pleased to offer assistance to Polk County Middle and High School students to attend a regularly scheduled performance of the movie Hidden Figures at the Tryon Theatre

Polk Central student’s artwork to be featured in state calendar

The artwork of Polk Central third grader Emmalyn Rathbone has been chosen as one of 13 illustrations to be featured in a calendar offered by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Sunny View students excel in national math competition

Flashing their math skills, students in Gina Kelly-Price's third grade class at Sunny View Elementary recently fared quite well in a national competition

Santa makes stop at Polk Central Elementary

Santa Claus took time out from his busy pre-Christmas schedule to visit the pre-kindergarten class of Amy Crowder and Mary Jackson at Polk Central Elementary.

Door decorations part of Saluda celebration of literacy

Students and faculty at Saluda Elementary School have been celebrating literacy with many fun activities

Sunny View students honored for Classworks efforts

A trio of Sunny View Elementary School students recently met GOLD in Classworks, meaning they've spent 750 hours in the program designed to help students improve their math, reading and language arts skills.

Polk Central fourth graders use Rudolph to learn about following steps

Fourth grade students in Marsha Davis' class at Polk Central Elementary have been working hard of late to study procedural texts

FENCE brings Force and Motion lesson to Polk Central

Polk Central third graders received a physics lesson on Monday as FENCE's Michael McClure visited to present Force and Motion, an educational program offered through Project FENCE