Saluda Elementary School fifth graders enjoy learning about science by taking part in the Muddy Sneakers Program, which emphasizes experiential learning in an outdoor classroom setting.
Fifth graders at Saluda Elementary School celebrated Earth Day by making music out of recyclable items - cans, boxes, plastic jugs, plastic water bottles - and creating a "Trash Band" to accompany the Earth Day Rap - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Renew!
First graders in the classes of Caitlyn Bright and Nicole Bradley at Saluda Elementary recently paid a visit to the Saluda Fire Department
Saluda Elementary fifth graders Savannah Barnwell and Maggie McCammon recently prepared and launched CO2 drag race cars in the Saluda gym
Fourth graders at Saluda Elementary enjoyed learning about circuits with a visit from The Children's Museum of the Upstate
Saluda Elementary third graders in the classes of Melissa Gillespie and Cari Maneen have been participating this month in a variety of in-class stations designed to diversify the many ways students learn.
Smokey the Bear and a friendly forest ranger recently visited the first grade class of Caitlyn Bright at Saluda Elementary School
Saluda Elementary student Jacob Cannon has put the school's new 3D printer - and his creativity - to good use
Michael McClure of FENCE recently visited Ginger Rackley's fifth grade class at Saluda Elementary School to present Force and Motion, an educational program offered through Project FENCE
Students in Susan McRostie's visual arts classes at Saluda Elementary created 'LOVE'ly works of art for Valentine's Day.