Polk County Middle

Polk County Middle students create school newsletter

A group of sixth grade students at Polk County Middle School have been getting a taste of life as a journalist or publisher

Polk Middle staff goes up, up and away as part of Hot Air Balloon...

Polk County Middle School students learned about the science that makes balloon flight possible - then got a firsthand look at those flights as well

Photos: Polk Middle staff, students end Take A Stand month with costumes

As a culminating activity for the school's Take A Stand Anti-Bullying theme during October, Polk County Middle School students and staff dressed up as...

Polk Middle students write about anti-bullying theme

Students in English Language arts classes at Polk County Middle School researched figures that took a stand in some way to coincide with the Take A Stand theme for Anti-Bullying Month during the month of October

Polk Middle counselors share book with English classes as part of Anti-Bullying Month

The month of October has been very busy at Polk County Middle School with a focus on Take A Stand, this year’s theme for Anti-Bullying Month

Mill Spring firefighters offer grease fire tips to Polk Middle classes

Members of the Mill Spring Volunteer Fire Department visited Polk County Middle School on Wednesday, showing the Exploring Family and Consumer Science eighth grade classes how to put out a grease fire

Teen Read Week celebrated with stories, contests at Polk Middle

Polk County Middle School teens were encouraged to "unleash your story" as part of the school media center's celebration of Teen Read Week. Teen Read...

2017 New Century Scholars recipients honored at ceremony

Six Polk County Middle seventh graders became the newest New Century Scholars recipients earlier this month with an awards ceremony and dinner hosted by Isothermal Community College in Spindale

Polk County Middle to hold open house on October 24

Polk County Middle School will hold an open house for parents and guardians on October 24 at 6:30 p.m.

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

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