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.
Mrs. Debbie Fowler, 2nd grade, was honored at the Polk County Board of Education meeting Monday night for being selected as the Polk Central Teacher-of-the-Year for 2013-2014. We are proud of Mrs. Fowler and appreciate all that she does for her students and our school.
These students had their writing selection chosen to be featured on "Writing Space" at Polk Central during the month of December. Pictured are Front row, left to right: Mazzilynn Powell, Gracie Edwards, Allen Gouge. Middle row: Jasmine Painter, Lindsey Jenkins, Madilyn Wilson, Maggie Gowan, Myra McMahon, Caroline Taylor, Oliviah Miller, Cain Martin. Back row: Tyler Staley, Marissa Twitty, Mikyla Wilkie, Kaden Powell, Shane Parker, Lauren Dotson, Zoey Alexander and Kyle Tefft.
Not pictured: Chloe Davis, Claudia Wilhide and Mahaley Wilson
Shelby Tyner, a new Kindergarten teacher at Polk Central, receives a book for her classroom library from the Gamma Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma. Delta Kappa Gamma is a society of women educators and one of their service projects this year is to support new teachers in Polk and Rutherford counties.
Fifth grade students at Polk Central are learning the game of chess again this year. Dr. Brian Crissey instructs the students and community volunteers serve as coaches for the students as they compete with each other.
Limo Ride! Top sellers in the recent Polk Central PTO fundraiser were rewarded with a limousine ride and a trip to Wendy's for lunch today.