Polk Central Elementary School recognizes its Terrific Kids for the month of October
Kristy G. Cox and Kelleigh A. Powell of Polk Central Elementary recently attended programs held at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a recognized national leader in professional development programming for our state’s teachers, in Cullowhee
Former Sunny View Elementary student and 2015 Polk County High School graduate Madi Siegfried is volunteering at Good Hope Day School in Tanzania.
Fifth grade students in Andrea Walter's class at Polk Central have been using a goniometer to measure the angle of bend on an injured knee model.
As part of September's Hunger Action Month, students at Polk Central Elementary collected food items to build a school-wide food pyramid and bring hunger awareness to the school
Students at Polk Central Elementary had the opportunity to perform experiments on density of liquids and chemical changes when FENCE visited and gave a presentation on states of matter
A rainy day recently provided a unique indoor recess opportunity for Polk Central Elememtary students in Sherrie Ford's third-grade class.
Polk Central pre-kindergarten students in the classes of Patricia Stevens, Amy Helton and Amy Crowder learned the value of helping others by collecting food for a local organization prior to Christmas.
Polk Central Elementary recently celebrated Literacy Week with a Character Dress Up Parade for all students
First grade students in the class of Kristy Cox at Polk Central Elementary have welcomed several visitors to the school in recent weeks