The making of the Morning News Show is serious business for Saluda Elementary School students
Saluda Elementary School students have been giving stop motion animation a try as part of their work to understand the seasons
How does adding water make the sound of a glass change? Saluda Elementary fifth graders Charlie Jackson and Anna Jackson explored that question, demonstrating playing "Ode to Joy" as water music.
The Asheville Model Railroad Club set up a large railroad model display in the school gymnasium as part of Saluda Elementary School's Railroad Day.
Since July 4, 1878, when the first passenger train came to Saluda, the railroad and the City of Saluda have always had a special connection
Students in the Summer School Enrichment Program at Saluda School recently made Shrinky Dinks with Polk County Library Program Coordinator Amelia Hill
Saluda Elementary fourth graders in Stephanie Uhrich's class are learning about the rock cycle
Taking advantage of the natural tie-in with Thanksgiving, Saluda Elementary first-grade teacher Nicole Bradley has been working with her students to study how people lived long ago.
Saluda Elementary's Sam Rogers loads weight on a tower structure he designed and made from rolled paper and pipe cleaners for an enrichment class engineering project.
Stephanie Uhrich's fourth graders at Saluda Elementary have been busy uncovering the truth about equivalent fractions in math class.