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.
Almost two dozen Saluda Elementary School teachers received $50 to spend on classroom needs from Sam's Club in Hendersonville as part of Walmart's Teacher Rewards program.
Saluda Elementary students, parents and teachers walked to school on International Walk to School Day.
Saluda Elementary School visual arts teacher Susan McRostie has been busy putting student works on display throughout the school and in the Saluda community.
Students in Ginger Rackley's 5th grade class at Saluda Elementary have been busy learning about a number of new areas of late, including taking part in some exciting related activities.
Students in Stephanie Ulrich's fourth grade class at Saluda Elementary recently tackled a unique problem - how to stop Fred the worm from drowning using only four paper clips.