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Polk County Middle slates JumpStart 2019 for rising sixth graders

JumpStart 2019 for rising sixth graders will be held August 15-16 at Polk County Middle School

Polk Middle receives $5,000 Lowe’s grant to bolster STEM education

Polk County Middle School recently received a $5,000 Lowe's Toolbox for Education grant to help expand and extend its STEM program

Polk Middle students prepare for exam with help from PCHS AP Chemistry students

Polk County Middle School students recently put the work of Polk County High School AP Chemistry students to use while preparing for the end-of-grade science exam

Polk Middle staff channels the Force to help students prepare for exams

In an effort to encourage students to focus on the upcoming end of grade tests and North Carolina final exams, Polk County Middle's school counselors recently held a Star Wars Testing Theme Week

Shrinky dinks part of PCMS students’ study of Michael Vey book

Students at Polk County Middle School recently read the book, Michael Vey: Prisoner of Cell 25, by Richard Paul Evans

PCMS students weave their way through The Odyssey

Polk County Middle School students in Jeanne Ferran's English Language Arts class spent time in April reading The Odyssey by Homer

Polk Middle eighth graders explore state’s quilting history

Polk County Middle School students in Eric Eaton’s eighth grade North Carolina history class took paint to canvas recently to create colorful designs based on the history of quilts in America

Polk Early College, Middle School teams win regional bridge building competition

Once again, Polk County Early College and Polk County Middle School are bound for a statewide test of their model bridge building skills

Polk Middle holds annual College and Career Day for eighth graders

Polk County Middle School counselors held their annual College and Career Day on March 13 for eighth grade students

Polk Middle students unify for RESPECT Week

Polk County Middle School students spent the week of March 4 participating in RESPECT Week, sponsored by Project Unify