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
Students in Caitlyn Bright's pre-kindergarten class at Saluda School made predictions for Tuesday's Groundhog Day as to whether local groundhogs would see their shadows.
Fifth grade students at Saluda Elementary learned about terrestrial ecosystems on an outing with the Muddy Sneakers program on January 12th. Muddy Sneakers is an enrichment program designed for fifth graders that stimulates learning by getting the kids out of the classroom and into a nearby natural setting.
Pre-K students in Ashley Marion's class at Saluda Elementary School have been learning about ice.
As part of the NC A+ Schools Program at Saluda Elementary, guest artists and performers are invited to the school on a regular basis.
Saluda Elementary students recently showed their artistic talents with some snow-inspired artwork.
Third graders at Saluda Elementary School are learning to read chord symbols and play them on autoharps - and they are finding out that it is much more difficult than they realized.
Polk Central fourth grader Lane Bradley recently brought a crawfish to school to share with fellow students in Leann Wilson's class.
Stephanie Uhrich's fourth graders at Saluda Elementary have been using Skittles to help with their mathematics work involving fractions.
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.