Tryon Elementary

Dance About Anything? Tryon students proved you certainly can

Tryon Elementary School students recently presented "Dance About Anything," a program integrating dance with core subject areas.

Edible cars go racing at Tryon Elementary

Tryon Elementary fifth graders recently took part in the school's 5th annual Edible Car Race. Students had to engineer a completely edible car that could...

Bright’s Creek hosts TES first graders for day of fun, learning

First grade students from Tryon Elementary had the opportunity on May 2 to spend a day at Bright's Creek, taking part in numerous activities.

Tryon students plant, play at The Meeting Place

Lynn Lance and Raegan Edwards recently took a group of Tryon Elementary students, as well as students working with Project Unify, to visit The Meeting Place in Columbus.

Tryon Elementary gets thrill from 80s-themed dance

Tryon Elementary's Parent-Teacher Association hosted an 1980s-themed dance on April 1 that included a most unexpected performance

Tryon Elementary students have Something to Sing About

Tryon Elementary fourth and fifth graders lifted their voices in song March 31 to present their annual musical program in the school auditorium

Tryon Elementary running club active in local races

The running club at Tryon Elementary School has been busy this school year, taking part in a number of races around the area

Columbus Lions Club provides historic booklet to Tryon students

The Columbus Lions Club recently provided each fourth grade student at Tryon Elementary School with a booklet containing the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of America

Pereira again claims Tryon Elementary Geography Bee title

Capping a process that began in individual classrooms, Tryon Elementary School held a National Geographic School Bee on March 3 in the school auditorium.

Tryon Elementary celebrates Seuss Day with guest readers

To celebrate Dr. Seuss Day on March 2, Shea White's first grade class at Tryon Elementary invited parents, grandparents, cousins and others to come read some of Seuss' works to the class