As part of a team-building classroom project, Polk County Middle School students in Denise Kennedy's classes recently made buttons to go along with the Anti-Bullying Month theme of Be BRAVE.
During Anti-Bullying Month in October, all Polk County Middle School students participated in a Brave Writing Contest.
Polk County Middle Students were invited Oct. 14 to sign a school-wide pledge in support of Anti-Bullying Month.
Students and staff at Polk County Middle School were invited to dress up as a brave or positive character to end the school's Anti-Bullying Month.
Jennifer Schweitzer's third-grade class at Tryon Elementary School recently enjoyed a bit of nature with two field trips to local destinations.
Patricia Stevens' pre-kindergarten class at Polk Central Elementary recently learned how mixing colors can make a new color.
Fifth grade students at Polk Central Elementary have established a composting bin adjacent to the newly-constructed arbor outside the science lab.
Polk County High School students in Dawn Forward's Honors U.S. History class recently took part in an activity of blind sandwich making to underscore the importance of clear instructions and specific detail sharing.
Students in the first-grade class of Kristy Cox at Polk Central Elementary recently learned about magnetism as part of a Force/Motion unit.
Students in Kristy Cox's first grade class at Polk Central learned about safety during the month of October.