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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 students demonstrate plate movement, mountain building

Polk County Middle School students in Rowann Hoy's science class have been busy doing hands-on demonstrations around plate movement and mountain building.

Special faces helping PCMS prepare for Anti-Bullying Month

Some special people have been mysteriously showing up of late at Polk County Middle School in anticipation for Anti-Bullying Month in October

Polk County Early College wins state bridge building competition

Polk County Early College captured top statewide honors Friday in the annual Model Bridge Building Competition sponsored by the N.C. Department of Transportation and...

Polk Library staff helps PCMS bring A Christmas Carol to life

Polk County Middle School and the Polk County Public Library recently collaborated on a project for students around the Charles Dickens classic book, A Christmas Carol

Polk Middle science class learns about density

Students in Rowann Hoy's science class at Polk County Middle School turned their attention recently to observing and measuring density.

Polk Middle science students turn photosynthesis into cartoons

Students in Rowann Hoy's sixth grade science class at Polk County Middle School were asked to make a comic strip that explains the process of photosynthesis

PCMS counselor taking a minute to meet with every seventh grader

Polk County Middle School counselor Sherrie Huffman is taking time this school year to meet each of her 176 students one-on-one through quick interviews called "Minute Meetings."