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Polk County Schools accepting applications for AIG Summer Seminars

Polk County Schools is fortunate to partner with the Polk County Community Foundation in offering the fifth annual AIG Summer Seminars series in July and August 2020

Facebook data center grant helps Polk County Schools improve remote learning for students

The recent closing of school campuses due to the global coronavirus pandemic forced Polk County Schools to quickly offer remote learning opportunities to its students

Polk County Schools seeking feedback on remote learning experience

Polk County Schools is working on improving its ability to provide learning opportunities for students outside the classroom walls.

Polk County Schools to continue free meals for area children in June

Polk County Schools will be continuing meal pickup at all elementary schools three days a week through June 26

Greene: Too soon to know what reopening schools will look like

No matter what is decided, Polk County Schools will be right here ready to serve our students and families in the safest and most productive way possible. Better days are ahead

Area grocers partner with Polk County Schools on food distribution effort

Donations from two area grocery stores have helped Polk County Schools serve almost 75,000 meals to area children since the closing of schools due to the global coronavirus pandemic

Polk County Schools receives $45,400 Facebook grant to boost STEM education

Polk County Schools has received a grant of more than $45,000 from Facebook to help boost STEM education in classrooms across the district

National rating: Polk County Schools state’s safest, best teachers, one of top districts...

A national website has once again ranked Polk County Schools as one of the top districts in North Carolina

North Carolina Pre-K Committee meeting set for May 20

The annual North Carolina Pre-K Committee meeting will be held on May 20 at 10 a.m.

Sign project honors Polk County seniors in Class of 2020

The idea that Dr. Brandon Schweitzer had to recognize the graduating classes of Polk County High School and Polk County Early College became reality on Monday.