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Tryon Elementary students entertain county employees

A group of Tryon Elementary School students traveled Friday to Tryon Estates in Columbus to sing at the Polk County Government employee Christmas party.

Polk County FCA students attend Rally in the Valley

Fellowship of Christian Athletes students from Polk County Middle and High schools traveled Nov. 21 to Clemson University to attend the Rally in the Valley hosted by the Clemson Area FCA Chapter.

Saluda students working on hoop skills in PE

Students in Kathy Angier's physical education classes at Saluda Elementary are learning and practicing basketball skills such as passing, dribbling and shooting.

Art helping Saluda fourth graders learn to study the details

Saluda Elementary School students in Stephanie Uhrich's fourth grade class have been closely examining famous works of art with hopes of helping their reading.

Polk Central students reach Gold level in Classwords

A group of students in April Crowder's computer lab at Polk Central Elementary School have achieved Gold status in Classworks.

Sunny View honors students with perfect attendance

Sunny View School recently recognized students who had perfect attendance for the second six weeks of the 2015-2016 school year.

Sunny View announces honor roll for second six weeks

Sunny View Elementary School proudly announces its academic honor roll for the second six weeks of the 2015-2016 school year

PCHS chorus entertains Historical Society with holiday tunes

Members of the Polk County High School chorus had the opportunity Tuesday to perform for the Polk County Historical Society in the Isothermal Community College auditorium in Columbus.

Polk County FFA students take seventh in state competition

The Polk County High School FFA participated Nov. 24 in the 2015 North Carolina FFA State Dairy Evaluation Career Development Event in Wake County, placing 1st in the Pisgah View Federation, 4th in the Western Region and 7th in the state out of 80 teams.

Urban Game offers insight into urban growth for PCMS students

An activity called the Urban Game recently helped students in Stephanie Gilbert's seventh-grade social studies class at Polk County Middle School better understand growth of cities during the Industrial Revolution.