Polk Central Elementary

Hot Wheels cars help teach Polk Central third graders about force, motion

Third grade students at Polk Central, with the help of Helen Blackwell from Polk County Cooperative Extension, studied force and motion with Hot Wheels cars.

Polk Central fourth graders study art of puppetry

Fourth grade students at Polk Central Elementary recently spent time learning about the art of puppetry. Students in the classes of Marsha Davis, J.J. Waddell and Leann Wilson enjoyed...

Grandparents return to Polk Central for annual celebration

More than 200 grandparents and family members visited Polk Central Elementary for the school's recent Grandparents Day Celebration

Path of history: Polk Central students hike part of Overmountain path

Fourth graders at Polk Central Elementary recently had the opportunity to walk the same path that soldiers followed during the Revolutionary War

Catapult dancers delight, entertain Polk Central fourth graders

Polk Central fourth graders recently attended a unique dance show at Tryon Fine Arts Center

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