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.
Teachers and teacher assistants at Saluda Elementary School recently attended a two-day arts institute provided by the A+ Schools Program of the North Carolina Arts Council
Saluda Elementary fifth grade teacher Ginger Rackley has received a Bright Ideas education grant from Rutherford Electric Membership Corporation and the Bright Ideas grant program
Stephanie Uhrich's fourth graders at Saluda Elementary have been using Skittles to help with their mathematics work involving fractions.
A trio of Polk County elementary schools have been nominated for consideration for the National Title I Distinguished Schools Award.
First graders in Caitlyn Bright's class at Saluda Elementary spent their 100th day of school engaged in a wide range of activities
Saluda Elementary fifth graders have been developing their green thumbs for a good cause
Saluda Elementary students recently staged a Science Fair at the school, using kits provided by Duke Energy as part of a grant received by fifth grade teacher Ginger Rackley
Saluda Elementary School students in Stephanie Uhrich's fourth grade class have been closely examining famous works of art with hopes of helping their reading.