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Harris kicks off Women’s History Month in return visit to Saluda Elementary

Pearlie Harris visited Saluda Elementary School on March 3 as a kickoff to Women’s History Month. She spoke to a group of first, second, third and fifth grade students in the school auditorium

Saluda second graders create art for Sandburg Home exhibit

Second grade classes at Saluda Elementary School are participating in the Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site Art Show from April 1 through May 15

Saluda fifth graders studying force and motion

Students in Ginger Rackley's fifth grade class at Saluda Elementary are learning about force and motion

Saluda first graders go ‘shopping’ to learn value of coins

While learning about the value of coins, first grade students in Ellen Rogers' class at Saluda Elementary had the opportunity to shop at Rogers Valentine Store, which specializes in decorating items

Saluda Elementary students get lesson in science of pottery

Robin Kirby, a professional pottery artist from Saluda, recently led an integrated learning project for students as part of the Saluda Elementary School Academically Gifted/ Nurture program

FENCE educators talk animal habitats with Saluda Elementary students

Saluda Elementary student Liam Tessnair became a beaver during a recent visit from educators at Foothills Equestrian Nature Center

Saluda’s Souper Bowl to benefit Thermal Belt Outreach

Saluda Elementary is once again holding a food drive for Thermal Belt Outreach in conjunction with the upcoming Super Bowl

Saluda fifth graders glide through study of technology of flight

Saluda Elementary's fifth grade enrichment group recently studied the technology of flight with walkalong gliders

Project FENCE talks about the weather with Saluda fifth graders

Educators from Foothills Equestrian Nature Center recently paid a visit to Ginger Rackley's fifth grade classroom at Saluda Elementary to talk about the weather

Saluda fourth graders mingle vocabulary with study of light

Students in Stephanie Uhrich's fourth grade at Saluda Elementary School have been learning that that light travels in a straight line until it strikes an object