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Campbell McLendon, a 5th grade student at Eastside Elementary, competed in the World Dance Championships in New Jersey a few weeks ago. Campbell and her group won 2nd place in their category (9-11 Intermediate Small Group). 

World Dance Competition is by invitation only. Campbell and her group were invited to compete after winning First Overall at Regionals and Nationals. There were groups from 4 different continents that competed at Worlds. 

Congratulations Campbell! We are #PSDproud of you! 

 

#PolkProfessional

David & AmyDavid Robinson and Amy Brown, Polk School District's Human Resources department, received commendation from two former employees after working with them recently. 

Please read below: 

"Mr. Robinson and Ms. Brown are fantastic individuals and have shown nothing but the highest levels of professionalism and promptness attending to the needs of my wife and I.  

In addition, they have been extremely nice, very pleasant, and more than helpful every time we have talked to them. 

It is apparent that Mr. Robinson has high leadership skills and Ms. Brown is extremely knowledgeable and goes above and beyond to help and assist.  They make a great team."

We are proud to have them as part of our PSD family everyday! 

*Please click here to nominate a #PolkProfessional

Superintendent's Message

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Cool and Crisp Atmosphere

It is hard to believe that we are one fourth of the way through the 2019-2020 school year already. We have just completed our first quarter at the beginning of October. The first quarter is always such a busy time for our staff and students.  I am already amazed at the progress we are seeing in our students since the first of August.  Our educators are being rewarded daily by seeing their students mastering a new concept or skill, as well as growing academically and socially as the year moves ahead.  A big thank you to our parents and guardians for the collaboration and support with our schools.

As our weather starts turning cool and crisp, enjoy the change! Try to get out to an activity or two as our students are very involved in many things such as sporting events, band competitions, One-Act plays, Fall Festivals, or Spooky Science Nights.  As you do that, take the time to notice all of the many people who are volunteering to help serve the students of our district. It takes everyone working together to ensure a positive experience for all of our students. Thank you for making us #PSDproud!

Sincerely,

Laurie Atkins
Superintendent

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