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Rackley receives Farm Bureau, TFAC grants

Saluda Elementary teacher Ginger Rackley received a pair of grants to help purchase supplies and items for school students.

Saluda fifth graders find too much sugar not a good thing

Fifth grade scientists at Saluda Elementary School recently combined learning with fun while conducting an experiment to show the relationship of amount of sugar and amount of carbon dioxide gas given off during yeast metabolism

Saluda students take educational ‘camping’ trip

Friday offered a most unusual day for Saluda Elementary School students in Brandi Drake's kindergarten class - a class camping trip of a different kind.

Candy provides sweet way for Saluda fourth graders to learn fractions

Stephanie Uhrich's fourth graders at Saluda Elementary have been using Skittles to help with their mathematics work involving fractions.

Owl pellets provide insight into nature for Saluda fourth graders

It may not be what you'd normally expect to find as a teaching instrument. Fourth grade students in Stephanie Uhrich's class at Saluda Elementary have been using owl pellets to help study animal adaptations

Saluda kindergarteners strike a graduation pose

Students in Brandi Drake's kindergarten class at Saluda Elementary prepared for the end of the school year by taking photos in caps and gowns

Photos: Saluda students, staff don book character costumes

Students and staff at Saluda Elementary School dressed up as their favorite book characters during Spirit Week

Saluda Elementary students tackle STEM challenge

Saluda Elementary School student Gabe Mills carefully loads a paper structure during a recent STEM challenge in the school media center

Saluda second graders study Native American life

Second grade students in Christine McGee's class at Saluda Elementary have been learning about the histories and lifestyles of Native Americans

Saluda, Tryon students sample Revolutionary War life at Overmountain Trail

Fourth and fifth graders from Tryon Elementary School and fourth graders from Saluda Elementary School visited Polk County's portion of the Overmountain National Historic Victory Trail, located at Alexander's Ford, on October 4 to learn about the American Revolution and Polk County's role in it

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