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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

Fall Informance helps bring Saluda families together in learning setting

Saluda Elementary held its Fall Informance on the evening of November 15, an evening designed for families to learn more about their students' efforts in a collaborative setting

Tryon first graders collect donations to aid Thermal Belt Outreach

First grade students from Tryon Elementary recently collected cranberry sauce, canned vegetables, stuffing mix, toothpaste, rice and other non-perishable items to donate to Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry in preparation for Thanksgiving

Polk Central celebrates birds during annual Day of Discovery

Polk Central Elementary School hosted its annual Day of Discovery in mid-November

Website ranks Tryon Elementary teachers best in state among traditional schools

Tryon Elementary School has been ranked as the traditional public school with the best teachers in North Carolina for 2019, according to niche.com.

Polk County Schools honors Patterson at final board meeting

Polk County Schools celebrated the career of Jim Patterson as the veteran educator attended his final meeting of the Polk County Board of Education

Saluda students test map skills with downtown trek

Saluda Elementary first grade students recently took a walking field trip of downtown Saluda as part of a social studies unit on maps

Columbus field trip helps Sunny View students learn more about community

Young students at Sunny View Elementary recently had an opportunity to see and learn more about Polk County's past, present and future

Music study comes to life during violin session for Polk Central second graders

Second grade students at Polk Central Elementary have been studying tone color and families of instruments with music teacher Beth Packer

$31,000 grant to help PCHS students build affordable homes

Polk County Schools has has been awarded a grant of $31,000 by the Perry N. Rudnick Endowment Fund of the Community Foundation of Henderson County for its carpentry and construction program at Polk County High School

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