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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

Polk Central fourth graders study state lighthouses

Fourth graders in Leann Wilson's class at Polk Central recently research North Carolina lighthouses, then created research papers, slideshows, fact cards and models

Polk Central staff create college board to help inspire students

In conjunction with its Career Day, Polk Central Elementary staff created a college board that displayed the different colleges and universities where staff members attended

Polk Central fifth graders creating art for UNITY Project

Fifth grade students in Michael Darpino's art class at Polk Central Elementary are creating art for the UNITY Project

Parents share details about jobs at Polk Central Career Day

Parents from a wide range of professions took part this year for the first time in Career Day at Polk Central Elementary

Photos: Polk Central hosts Career Day

Polk Central Elementary hosted Career Day on March 30. A number of parents visited the school to talk with students about their careers
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Video: Polk Central staff surprises students during glow dance

The schoolwide glow dance held March 16 at Polk Central Middle School took an unexpected turn when school faculty members showed off their glowing dance moves

Polk Central kindergarteners take Read Across America Week into forts

Polk Central kindergarten students in Sarah Bennett's class celebrated the end of Read Across America Week by reading in forts

Polk Central fifth graders use real-world application to learn scaling

Students in Julia Tackett's fifth grade class at Polk Central Elementary have been working for the past week on using multiplication as a form of scaling

Slice, slice baby: Polk Central third graders explore fractions via pizza

Polk Central third graders in Lori Dotson's class recently mixed their love of pizza with their need to learn fractions, exploring mathematical concepts using slices of Italian goodness