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PCMS students learn to Be Brave during Anti-Bullying Month

Polk County Middle School designated October as Anti-Bullying Month. This year's theme is Be BRAVE which reminds students to be bold, be respectful, be awesome, be valuable and be educated.

Polk Middle celebrates fall sports with pep rally

Polk County Middle School students and staff recently gathered in the PCMS gymnasium to recognize athletes for the fall sports season.

PCMS sixth graders hear environmental presentations

Sixth graders from Polk County Middle School visited the 4-H Center in Columbus on Sept. 39 and Sept. 30 to hear presentations by local agencies that affect the environment.

Polk Middle holds Battle of the Books challenge

Members of Polk County Middle School's Battle of the Books group recently competed individually, answering questions on 27 different novels they have been reading and studying throughout the course of this year

Polk Middle hiking club members detail Wilder Forest hike

Members of Polk County Middle School's newly-formed hiking club recently enjoyed an outing to Norman Wilder Forest in Tryon

Polk County Middle to hold open house on October 24

Polk County Middle School will hold an open house for parents and guardians on October 24 at 6:30 p.m.

Tryon Elementary’s Murphy chosen as Polk County Middle’s next principal

Tryon Elementary principal Todd Murphy has been selected as the next principal at Polk County Middle School

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.

PCMS students get Jump Start on new school year

Using "Head, Heart and Hand" was the theme for Polk County Middle School’s 2016 Jump Start program

Polk County racks up hardware at Science Olympiad regional

Of the numerous counties in the western section of the state represented at Saturday's Asheville Regional Science Olympiad at UNC Asheville, only one qualified two teams for April's state tournament in Raleigh. That would be Polk County.