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Polk County Middle School to shift to remote learning for Jan. 14-15

Polk County Middle School students will move to remote learning on Thursday, Jan. 14 and Friday, Jan. 15

Polk County Schools nurses join local effort to help stop COVID-19

Polk County Schools nurses have been helping local COVID-19 vaccination efforts as the district begins preparing for its employees to be innoculated

Food Lion, Outreach join effort to feed families during the holidays

Food Lion and Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry have joined the effort to help provide Polk County children with food during the holidays

Board of Education clarifies January 4 as standard school day

The Polk County Board of Education made a small change to the 2020-2021 calendar at its December monthly meeting, clarfiying that students will return to school on January 4, 2021, from holiday break

Polk County Schools to distribute holiday vacation meals on Thursday

There's often nothing more important to a child than having meals available when school is not in session.

Greene: Community can help keep Polk County Schools open

Hello, Polk Schools Family! I am writing to again ask for your help

‘Pre-K is absolutely crucial for student success’

Because of the pandemic, we are hearing about an increased need for pre-K in some districts and that our pre-K students are showing up with higher levels of need — academically, socially, emotionally, and a wide variety of other needs too — in many places and for many reasons

Board of Education honors Tennant’s legacy, salutes Teachers of the Year

Geoffrey M. Tennant's legacy - a lifetime devoted to bettering his community and the lives of those in it - continues to reverberate throughout Polk County

Polk County Schools adds weekend meal pickup site at Sunny View Elementary

Polk County Schools is expanding the opportunity for families to pick up free meals for weekends