Saluda Elementary

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...

Owl pellets provide insight into nature for Saluda fourth graders

It may not be what you'd normally expect to find as a teaching instrument. Fourth grade students in Stephanie Uhrich's class at Saluda Elementary have been using owl pellets to help study animal adaptations

Saluda Elementary honors Top Cat award winners

Students at Saluda School were recognized for earning Top Cat awards for outstanding citizenship and character. The school Wildcat was on hand for the celebration

Gran Fondo riders, stars make stop at Saluda Elementary

Saluda Elementary School hosted one of the rest stops along the route of the 6th Annual Gran Fondo Hincapie Bicycle Ride, held October 21

Humphrey the hamster helping inspire Saluda students, staff

Humphrey the hamster has become a welcome - and inspirational - addition to the Saluda Elementary School family

Saluda, Tryon students sample Revolutionary War life at Overmountain Trail

Fourth and fifth graders from Tryon Elementary School and fourth graders from Saluda Elementary School visited Polk County's portion of the Overmountain National Historic Victory Trail, located at Alexander's Ford, on October 4 to learn about the American Revolution and Polk County's role in it

FENCE program helps Saluda students dive deeper into force and motion

Michael McClure of FENCE recently visited Ginger Rackley's fifth grade class at Saluda Elementary School to present Force and Motion, an educational program offered through Project FENCE

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