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Polk County Schools to be closed on Thursday, October 29

With a tropical storm warning in effect for the region, Polk County Schools will be closed Thursday for students

Evening pickup time helps provide hundreds of meals to Polk County children

Hundreds of meals feeding Polk County children - that proved the end result of Polk County Schools' first evening food distribution.

Polk County Schools to add evening pickup option for free children’s meals

Polk County Schools plans to offer an evening meal pickup option in order to increase opportunities for families to receive free meals for children

Board of Education approves additional in-person days for PCMS, other changes

The Polk County Board of Education approved Monday a schedule change for local middle school students as well as an increase in physical education and athletic workout opportunities and began looking at a possible revised schedule for all elementary schools

Condar / Kangaroo Golf share innovative mask creations with Polk County Schools

Mike McCue saw an opportunity to help Polk County nonprofit organizations deal with the day-to-day impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

Polk County Board of Education seeking elementary parent feedback on schedule

The Polk County Board of Education would like your input on possible schedule changes for students in grades PK-5

Students explore Harmon Field ecosystems as part of AIG Summer Seminar

A group of Polk County students spent a week this summer exploring the aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems around Harmon Field in Tryon

Polk County Schools offering pickup service for free meals

Beginning Sept. 8, Polk County Schools will offer pickup service for free meals for any Polk County child up to the age of 18.

Free meals available for Polk County children through end of year

he United States Department of Agriculture has approved continued funding for free meals for children in Polk County through December 31 of this year

AIG Summer Seminar helps students learn about anxiety – and dealing with it

A week-long AIG Summer Seminar helped a group of local students learn about how the brain and body react to stress