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Guest readers entertain Polk Central kindergarteners

Miranda Duncan's kindergarten class at Polk Central Elementary recently enjoyed listening to various guest readers during Polk Central's Literacy Week

Visitors enliven daily routine for Polk Central first graders

First grade students in the class of Kristy Cox at Polk Central Elementary have welcomed several visitors to the school in recent weeks

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

Polk Central kindergartners offer Veteran’s Day-themed news show

As part of the morning announcements on Thursday at Polk Central, students in Sarah Bennett's kindergarten class created a morning news show with a Veteran's Day theme

Apples, plants, new words on the minds of PCS kindergarteners

Apples, plants and new words - all of this has been on the minds of students in Sarah Schladenhauffen's kindergarten class at Polk Central Elementary.

Polk Central salutes November Terrific Kids

Polk Central Elementary has honored its Terrific Kids for the month of November

Student-first focus drives new Polk Central principal

A student-first philosophy rooted in creating a positive atmosphere for students and staff. That is the approach that Jan Crump brought to her new role as principal at Polk County Elementary School.

AmeriCorps Project’s Brice brings helping hand to Polk Central

A grant from the Polk County Community Foundation helped bring a much-needed extra set of hands to Polk Central Elementary during the 2016-17 school year

Polk Central second graders celebrate end of period with subs

Students in Debbie Fowler's second-grade class at Polk Central Elementary enjoyed their celebration of the end of the first six weeks of school with a friendship sub.

Polk Central preschoolers trek to see baby chicks

Polk Central preschool students, led by teachers Amy Crowder and Mary Jackson, paid a visit to the school's fourth grade classrooms to visit baby chicks being raised there