Saluda students show off their work to parents

Published 8:00 am Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Saluda School held its Fall Informance on the evening of Nov. 15. An “informance” is a sharing of learned information in an informal way so the responders and informers participate in a collaboration that enriches both parties. Students brought their families to the school to share their work samples and explain their new learning. An assortment of student masterpieces were on display throughout the halls of each building. Families could also participate in a drum circle and word scavenger hunt. (Submitted by Cari Maneen) 

Lander Barnhart shares his new knowledge about figurative language with his mother.

First-graders share their map making and map reading skills with a mural they made of downtown Saluda.

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