Polk County Middle

PCMS students fashion, sell buttons as part of Anti-Bullying Month

As part of a team-building classroom project, Polk County Middle School students in Denise Kennedy's classes recently made buttons to go along with the Anti-Bullying Month theme of Be BRAVE.

Top Brave essay writers receive award, pizza at PCMS

During Anti-Bullying Month in October, all Polk County Middle School students participated in a Brave Writing Contest.

PCMS student body makes statement against bullying

Polk County Middle Students were invited Oct. 14 to sign a school-wide pledge in support of Anti-Bullying Month.

Polk Middle students, staff dress up to end Anti-Bullying Month

Students and staff at Polk County Middle School were invited to dress up as a brave or positive character to end the school's Anti-Bullying Month.

Cafeteria staff preps special Halloween treats for PCMS students

Polk County Middle School's cafeteria staff gave students a special Halloween treat of their choice as they went through the lunch line on Oct. 30.

Polk County Middle offers open house for students, parents

Polk County Middle School families were invited Oct. 27 to attend open house at the school. Students, parents and staff in attendance gathered in the auditorium...

Hamlet draws Polk Middle students to Asheville production

Members of the eighth grade accelerated English Language Arts class at Polk County Middle School recently attended Warehouse Productions' version of Shakespeare's Hamlet in Asheville.

Sixth grader wins candy corn contest at PCMS

During the book fair at Polk County Middle School, librarian Laura Smith held a guessing contest for students.

Food Lion flowers help PCMS science 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 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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