Tryon Elementary

Tryon third graders get hands-on work with force and motion

Tryon Elementary third graders recently had a chance to learn more about force, motion, friction and gravity

Tryon Elementary honors Rogers during annual third grade musical

Tryon Elementary recently honored longtime art teacher Clara Rogers for her years of service to the students of the school

Tryon Elementary students learning about setting goals

Students at Tryon Elementary in grades 3-5 have been working on “Goal Setting” to start the new year

Local students shine in Lego robotics competition

Some of the brightest young minds in Polk County recently matched wits with students from Rutherford and Spartanburg counties in the 3rd Annual Carolina Isobots Regional Competition at R-S Central High School.

Tryon students send candy, cards to U.S. military in Japan

Girl Scout Troop #1361 conducted its annual post-Halloween candy collection for military members by asking Tryon Elementary third graders to donate leftover or unwanted Halloween candy

Tryon students screen film as part of focus on kindness

Tryon Elementary students ended the month of November with a special screening of the movie "Wonder" at Tryon Theatre.

Local vet talks horse bones with Tryon fourth graders

Tryon Elementary fourth graders recently received a lesson about the differences in horse and human bone structures from a local expert

Tryon first graders collect donations to aid Thermal Belt Outreach

First grade students from Tryon Elementary recently collected cranberry sauce, canned vegetables, stuffing mix, toothpaste, rice and other non-perishable items to donate to Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry in preparation for Thanksgiving

Website ranks Tryon Elementary teachers best in state among traditional schools

Tryon Elementary School has been ranked as the traditional public school with the best teachers in North Carolina for 2019, according to niche.com.

Saluda Elementary, Tryon Elementary honored as Title I Distinguished Schools

Tryon Elementary School and Saluda Elementary School have been honored as Title I Distinguished Schools by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction's Federal Programs Division