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Annual Polk County FFA plant sale to begin March 28

Polk County High School's FFA will begin its annual plant sale on Wednesday, with items available until all plants are sold

PCHS Key Club holding food drive to aid Thermal Belt Outreach

The Polk County High School Key Club is hosting a canned food drive through March 29 to benefit Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry

Polk County FFA chapter celebrates National FFA Week

Polk County High's FFA Chapter took part in a wide range of activities on and off campus to help celebrate National FFA Week in late February

Foothills Music Club awards scholarships to PCHS, PCEC students

In the wake of two days of auditions, the Foothills Music Club has announced its scholarship winners for the 2017-18 academic year, with six Polk County High School and Polk County Early College students receiving awards

Chinese New Year’s Celebration just part of Lou’s dedication to sharing culture

February 16 is the beginning of the Chinese New Year, notes Polk County High School Chinese teacher Qiaoying Lou. Lou also enthusiastically mentions that the day is her 51st birthday in the Lunar-solar Chinese calendar.

PCHS students work in lab, learn about opportunities at UNCA Chemistry Day

Polk County High School students Dietrich Jackson and Amber Hall recently attended Chemistry First Day at the University of North Carolina Asheville

Polk County sisters take part in Pearl Harbor memorial ceremonies

A pair of Polk County students recently had the opportunity of a lifetime - a chance to be part of memorial celebrations at the Pearl Harbor naval base in Hawaii

PCHS Key Club raises money for UNICEF

Members of Polk County High School's Key Club collected $760 for UNICEF's Eliminate Project

Polk FFA teams shine once again at state land judging competition

Owen High School agriculture teacher Tim Paseour knows well the impact of seeing Polk County's FFA team arrive at a competition

Community Foundation grant helps Polk Cadets enjoy successful fall

The Polk County Cadets are celebrating yet another successful marching season thanks to the Polk County Community Foundation’s All Thrive 365 Grant. This generous grant enables students to participate in the band without any associated fees, allowing any and all interested students to join without financial burden

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