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PCMS sixth graders work to develop ‘Four C’s’

Polk County sixth graders spent much of the recent school year getting future ready. The U.S. Department of Education continues to promote the "Four C’s" to...

PCMS students sign pledge to promote anti-bullying theme

Polk County Middle School counselors are promoting Take A STAND for Anti-Bullying Month during the month of October. STAND is an acronym for Show good...

Polk Middle students get firsthand look at invasive plants on school campus

Sixth grade students in Rowann Hoy’s science class at Polk County Middle got up close and personal with invasive species growing on the school campus as Max Howes, Conserving Carolina’s AmeriCorp’s Project volunteer, provided two lessons on identification and eradication of these plants

Polk Middle project showcases Wolverines Around the World

One of three school counselors at Polk County Middle School, Langlee Garrett spends her days helping students manage the transition from elementary to middle school as well as help prepare them for the move to high school

Polk Middle to present Diary of Anne Frank

Polk County Middle School will present The Diary of Anne Frank, by Albert Hackett and Frances Goodrich, on Feb. 11 at 7 p.m.

PCMS groups utilize media center for meetings

As part of the 21st Century Library initiative, media centers have become a meeting spot for various groups.

Polk County Middle School to present ‘Rowdy Kate’

Polk County Middle School will present the play "Rowdy Kate" on Thursday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m.

Polk Middle students crack top 15 at state Science Olympiad

Polk County Middle School earned two top-15 finishes at the North Carolina Science Olmypiad competition held Saturday on the campus of North Carolina State University in Raleigh

County schools sweep NCDOT regional bridge building competition

Polk County Middle School and Polk County Virtual Early College captured first place Friday in the North Carolina Department of Transportion Region 4 Model Bridge Building Competition in Morganton.

Eighth graders get hands-on look at Native American life

Eighth grade students in Eric Eaton's North Carolina History class had the opportunity to experience some hands-on activities as part of their study of early North Carolina Native Americans.

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