WORKING TOGETHER WITH PARENTS, STAFF AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS,
POLK CENTRAL STRIVES TO BE A SAFE AND INVITING PLACE WHERE ALL
STUDENTS CAN LEARN AND GROW.
Performers from "Poetry Alive!" in Asheville visited Polk Central Monday to read and perform poetry for our students. Several poems required student participation. It was a great kick-off to our celebration of poetry during our annual Literacy Week!
Ronald McDonald visited PreK - 2nd grade students at Polk Central today to help celebrate Literacy Week. He presented a program of jokes, magic and reading as part of the McDonalds "Book Time" show. Several of our students assisted Ronald with his magic tricks!
3rd Grade "Poetry Cafe"
Parents and family members enjoyed refreshments and listening to Polk Central 3rd graders read both original and well-known poetry this morning at the Open Mic Morning Poetry Cafe. The Cafe was funded by a B.I.G. grant from the Tryon Fine Arts Center which helps to promote the performing arts in Polk County.
The Polk County High School Band performed a concert of musical selections
for our students at Polk Central Thursday, Arpril 10. Special recognition
was given to the band members who previously attended Polk Central. We
are so proud of them and their accomplishments. Great job PCHS Band!
Polk Central students rehearse their performance "Sing Me a Story" to be presented at the Spring PTO
Meeting on Thursday, April 10, at in the Polk County High School Auditorium. All are invited
to enjoy this musical performance!
Madison Towne, a fifth grader, models the new
Polk Central Rockets T-shirt that she designed.
Her design was chosen by a student vote. The new
shirts are on sale in the office now!
Click on the above link and check out the video clip from WLOS-TV and see Mrs. Davis and her students. We are so proud of you Mrs. Davis!!!
Fourth graders at Polk Central are studying different types of rocks in Science. These "chefs" are busy preparing metamorphic rock cookies for their classmates.