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Saluda fifth graders craft rap, instruments to celebrate Earth Day

Fifth graders in Ginger Rackley's class at Saluda Elementary celebrated Earth Day with rap and recyclable instruments in music class. You can make an instrument out of anything, as seen here!

Saluda Pre-K students make stage debut with holiday favorites

Ashley Marion's Pre-Kindergarten class at Saluda School recently had its first taste of stage performance, singing songs for parents and other interested listeners

Saluda Pre-K students craft ornaments from ice

Pre-K students in Ashley Marion's class at Saluda Elementary School have been learning about ice.

Saluda second graders produce stop motion videos

Second grade students in Christine McGee's class at Saluda Elementary have been learning about sound waves.

Saluda students give thanks with Gratitude Trees

In the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving break, students in Ellen Rogers' reading group at Saluda Elementary School created individual Gratitude Trees

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 third graders study skeletal system

Students in Cari Maneen's third grade class participated in a variety of activities to aid in their understanding of the form and functions of the skeletal system

Saluda Elementary students get into the groove at Valentine’s Dance

Students were in the groove at the Valentine's Dance at Saluda Elementary School

Saluda teachers prepare for school year at A+ Schools institute

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, Tryon Elementary among state’s top Title I schools

Saluda Elementary and Tryon Elementary were two of only 14 schools across the state chosen as finalists for the state's Title I Distinguished School award