Students in Brandi Drake's kindergarten class at Saluda Elementary have been preparing for their upcoming Laura Numeroff author study with food-themed centers. Students have been making and writing words in their doughnut center, sorting word families in the pancake center, comparing more and less in the cookie center, choosing between needs and wants in the shopping center and making holiday cards in the writing center.
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.
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 third and fourth graders have been enjoying a number of musical experiences of late.
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.
Saluda Fire and Rescue helped Saluda Elementary students learn about fire safety as part of activities relating to Fire Prevention Month in October.
Students in Stephanie Uhrich's fourth-grade class at Saluda Elementary School had quite the hair-raising experience recently while experimenting with magnetism and iron filings.
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.
Saluda Elementary teacher Ginger Rackley received a pair of grants to help purchase supplies and items for school students.
Saluda Elementary students were excited to show parents, friends and community members examples of classroom projects that integrated the arts during the school's Fall Informance.