During the book fair at Polk County Middle School, librarian Laura Smith held a guessing contest for students.
Food Lion in Columbus recently donated flowers to Polk County Middle School, allowing science students to dissect those flowers and learn about sexual reproduction of flowering plants.
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.
Students in the Polk County Middle School science classes of Elisa Flynn and Stephanie Luedi recently found a tasty way to end a series of lessons about atomic structure.
Polk County Middle School students spent part of Friday, Oct. 16 playing a game of cage ball in the school gymnasium.
Polk County Middle School students have been busy learning about types of consumers (herbivores, omnivores, carnivores) by studying the teeth structures of skulls that represent these three groups.
Polk County Middle School sixth-grade students spent two days at the end of September attending the 2015 4-H Science Day Camp.
Polk County Middle School students and staff recently gathered in the PCMS gymnasium to recognize athletes for the fall sports season.
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.
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.