The Polk County High School FFA Junior Land Judging Team placed first in the Western Region and third overall at the 67th Annual NCFFA Land Judging Career Development Event.
Taking time each day to think about life's blessings - students in Megan McDaniel's second grade class at Polk Central Elementary did just that during the month of November.
A trio of Polk County Middle School teachers have recently received grants to help with classroom initiatives.
Students in the kindergarten class at Polk Central Elementary of Stacey Stafford and Leah Foster created “Thankful Turkeys” during a recent class writing activity.
Sunny View Exceptional Children’s teacher Kellie Bradley recently received a Bright Ideas grant through Rutherford Electric Membership Corporation. Franklin received $300 to allow her students to create and publish "Made with Love" recipe books....
Students in Ashlyn Searcy's third grade class at Polk Central Elementary have recently been learning multiplication.
The Polk County FFA Junior Land Judging Team placed first at the Western Regional Invitational Land Judging competition, held Nov. 4th at the North Carolina State University Agriculture Research Station in Waynesville.
Kindergarten students at Polk Central Elementary have been learning how to manage emotions, especially focusing on calming down when excited