Students in Rowann Hoy's sixth grade science class at Polk County Middle School used Google Drawings to create posters that explain what causes seasons on Earth
Members of Polk County Middle School's newly-formed hiking club recently enjoyed an outing to Norman Wilder Forest in Tryon
With October being devoted to anti-bullying at Polk County Middle School, what better way to end the month than for PCMS faculty to dress as superheroes and encourage students to be a hero by treating others with kindness, respect and dignity.
Students in Donna Hall's sixth grade homeroom at Polk County Middle School recently won the food drive competition held for Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry. The...
Polk County Middle School's new hiking club, The Nature Navigators, recently completed its second hike, tackling the trails at Saluda Nature Park
As part of the culminating activities for Anti-Bullying Month, Polk County Middle School students participated in a food drive for a service project.
Polk County Middle School parents had an opportunity to get a firsthand look at the school and meet with teachers during the school's Open...
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
As part of its focus on Be A HERO anti-bullying theme during the month of October, Polk County Middle School recently asked some of its artistic students to create posters related to the theme to be displayed throughout the school
As part of their anti-bullying focus this month, Polk County Middle School students had an opportunity on Thursday to sign an anti-bullying pledge during lunch