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We love to see all the artwork created by our students hanging in our hallways!
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Click on the links below for more information about Fall Pictures on October 6. https://strawbridge.fotomerchanthv.com/clients/saluda-elementary-school/fall-pictures-10-6-2021-92/optIn https://drive.google.com/file/d/1S5C2x6UyetqaHlCLTuGrwEEMGZMvGpQj/view?usp=sharing
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The 5th graders enjoyed their first Muddy Sneakers outing on Tuesday.
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We will hold a “Beep and Meet the Teachers” in the bus parking on Thursday, August 19 from 3:00-5:00pm.  This is a drive-thru event for families to stop by the teacher’s car, say hello and pick up the yellow folder with enrollment and school information.  Also, the teachers have prepared videos or slideshows introducing themselves. ...
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Mrs. Rackley’s 5th graders enjoyed some science time outside learning more about ecosystems. The students liked exploring the creek and observing the creatures they found in Little Park next to the school. The students will be spending each afternoon this week outside doing different Muddy Sneaker activities.
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Mrs. Fletcher’s and Ms. McGee’s 2nd grade classes at Saluda Elementary released their butterflies last week. Students enjoyed this hands-on lesson about lifecycles. Each student watched their very own caterpillar for weeks as it grew larger and larger. Students were surprised after Spring Break when their caterpillars had formed chrysalises. In just a couple of...
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Title I Stakeholders Meeting Friday, May 14 at 8:30 am Email rdill@polkschools.org to obtain login information for this virtual Zoom meeting.
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Students in Ms. Rogers’s first grade class at Saluda Elementary School wrapped up a their celebration of color (which began with Holi) by experiementing with natural paints. That is to say rocks, flowers, and berries. Their people were colored with chalk and the backgrounds were decorated with botanicals gathered from school property and Little Park. 
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Thanks to a Be Inspired Grant from TFAC (Tryon Fine Arts Center), Mrs. Rackley’s fifth graders have been integrating some art projects into science this year. Pictured below are some of the body system projects the students completed. The students have to understand how human body systems perform functions necessary for life. They are learning...
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Holi Hai! (Meaning, “It’s Holi”.)Thanks to a generous Be Inspired Grant from the Tryon Fine Arts Center, first grade students in Ms. Rogers’s class enjoyed the Hindu celebration of Holi with a Color Run. Holi, also known as the Festival of Colors, marks the beginning of spring and was on March 29th this year. While...
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