Saluda Elementary

Saluda students craft gingerbread houses as part of studies

First graders in Nicole Bradley's class at Saluda Elementary recently read several different versions of the story of the Gingerbread Man, then studied and compared the versions

Grants to help Saluda fourth graders integrate Serafina, puppets and Biltmore trip

A Learning Links grant provided by the Ben W. and Dixie Glenn Farthing Charitable Fund of The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina will help Saluda Elementary fourth graders learn more about science, reading and social studies

FENCE talks energy and matter with Saluda students

Staff members from Foothills Equestrian Nature Center recently gave a presentation on energy and matter to Ginger Rackley's fifth grade class at Saluda Elementary to help with the class study of those topics

Saluda Elementary lands grant for hands-on STEAM project

Saluda Elementary School has received a Learning Links grant totaling $2,508 to be used for an Innovation Nation STEAM project providing hands-on learning opportunities to students in grades 3-5

Photos: Saluda students, staff don book character costumes

Students and staff at Saluda Elementary School dressed up as their favorite book characters during Spirit Week

Saluda students learn nature’s resist patterns through watercolors

The theme of Nature as Inspiration has been a focus for Saluda Elementary third graders

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

Humphrey the hamster teaching Saluda students how animals adapt

After studying animal adaptations, including behavioral and physical, fourth graders in Stephanie Uhrich's class at Saluda Elementary got a hands-on experience with their own nocturnal creature

Saluda students go into state forest for tree study

First and second grade students at Saluda Elementary School recently took a field trip to Holmes Educational State Forest, a 235-acre state forest located near Hendersonville

Saluda second graders do smashing job with Halloween music

Second graders in Patti Shaw’s second grade class at Saluda Elementary celebrated Halloween in music class with Boomwhackers (long plastic tubes which align with...