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VFW Post 10349 members discuss U.S. flag, etiquette with Polk Central Flag Helpers

Johnny and Geraldine Taylor from VFW Post 10349 recently visited fourth grade students at Polk Central to help them learn more about the American flag and flag etiquette

Polk Central fifth graders learning on the go with walking classroom

Polk Central Elementary fifth graders in Sherrie Ford's English Langiage Arts class have been taking part in physical activity while learning

Polk Central second graders receive books from community donor

Martha Halford's second grade class at Polk Central Elementary recently received their first monthly set of books from friends of the class that have graciously offered to purchase one book for each child every month this school year

Polk Central fourth graders learning to SOAR

Fourth graders in Leann Wilson's class at Polk Central are learning to SOAR to help their community and themselves

Color foam messy, but fun for Polk Central students

Students in Lyla Johnson's class at Polk Central Elementary recently had fun with color foam

Photos: Polk Central students learn about fat, sugar

Polk Central students in Marsha Davis' fourth-grade class at Polk Central recently learned about fat and sugar content in their favorite foods

Polk Central fourth graders experiment with bubbles

During the final days of the 2018-19 school year, students in J.J. Waddell’s fourth grade glass at Polk Central Elementary experimented with ingredients in bubble solution to make bouncing bubbles

PCHS seniors recreate old newspaper photo during Senior Walk

The recent Senior Walk for Polk County's 2019 graduates gave two Polk County High School students a chance to recreate an old photo

Polk Central students enjoy a day at Grace Farm

Polk Central Elementary students recently had a chance to step out of the classroom and take a field trip to a local farm

Research project helps Polk Central fourth graders learn about state’s lighthouses

Fourth grade students at Polk Central Elementary can now be considered experts on the lighthouses found on the North Carolina coast