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Polk Middle earns return trip to Science Olympiad state competition

Polk County Middle School's Science Olympiad team is once again bound for state tournament competition

Unified Champions to take Plunge to raise funds for Special Olympics

The Unified Champions of Polk County High and Polk County Middle have taken on the challenge of raising support for Special Olympics of North Carolina

Essay earns PCMS student chance to hear Fleck, meet local musicians

Polk County Middle School student Kamron Montgomery was recently featured in the spring 2020 issue of HearHere magazine, sponsored by the Spartanburg Philharmonic

PCMS Book Club weave in Morse code with monthly study

Polk County Middle Schools's Monthly Book Club discussed The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart during its January meeting in the school media center

Polk Middle’s Flynn receives District Outstanding Science Teacher Award

Polk County Middle School's Elisa Flynn has been awarded the North Carolina Science Teachers Association (NCSTA) District Eight Outstanding Middle School Science Teaching Award for 2019

Polk Middle students think compassion every day during Kindness Month

Polk County Middle School spent the month of October thinking about and doing acts of compassion toward others as part of Kindness Month, sponsored by the school's counselors

Food drive helps Polk Middle display spirit of Kindness Month

As part of Kindness Month at Polk County Middle School, students and staff held a food drive competition to collect items for Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry and Steps to Hope

Polk Middle sixth graders connect literature, life through masks

Sixth graders in Donna Hall's English Language Arts class at Polk County Middle School have been focusing recent studies around the theme "Not All Heroes Wear Super Powers."

PCMS Book Club opens year with Serafina and the Black Cloak

The Polk County Middle School Book Club held its first meeting of the year on October 8 to discuss Serafina and the Black Cloak by Robert Beatty

Polk Middle eighth graders test archaeology skills in the field

No, Indiana Jones was not recently visiting classes at Polk County Middle School, but plenty of young archaeologists were busy unearthing artifacts from the 1700s.