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    Students will dismiss on Monday, October 3, 2016 at 11:45am.  Please make sure your child's teacher is aware of how your child will be getting home. 


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  • We need your help!

    Please take a moment and sign up to volunteer for our fall book fair at:


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  • Welcome:

    To read Principal Susan Rodgers' Welcome Letter click HERE

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  • 2016-2017 PTO Officers:

    Maybre Grunow

    Vice-President 1
    Alycia Whitlow

    Vice-President 2
    Heather Karriker

    Rebecca Quiles

    Ali Minor

    Jacky Stormes


    Family Fun Nights
    Jessica Schleicher

    Parent Room Coordinator
    Kamal Singh

    Hospitality Chair
    Pam Martin

    Dance Chair

    Fall Festival Chair

    Box Tops Chair
    Jennnifer Womack

    Penguin Patch /School Store
    Michelle Dawson

    5th Grade Celebration
    Kamal Singh

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  • Target Red Card:

    Help Sun Valley earn money. Please link your Target Red Card with Sun Valley Elementary School.  Sun Valley’s ID # is 148520. To enroll click HERE

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    Dr. Houlihan launches Listening & Learning Tour

    Dr. Houlihan launches Listening and Learning Tour As part of his 90-day entry plan, Dr. Houlihan is launching a Listening and Learning Tour. Beginning Sept. 21, the Superintendent will hold a series of meetings throughout Union County to meet with employees and community members.

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  • The Care Bears, Girls That Give Back

    3rd graders, Kaitlyn Fournier, Kara Nowocin and Lexi Smith – The Care Bears, Girls That Give Back, recently raised an additional 450 pounds of food during the Sun Valley Food Drive. That brings their total this year to over 2500 pounds of food for families in Union County. That amount alone will feed over 250 families. Kaitlyn said she loves being able to help those less fortunate. It puts a smile on her face knowing that they are able to feed someone that might not have a meal otherwise.

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  • First Grade Science

    “Hey! Look at my roots!” “My stem is crooked.” “Wow, my leaves are uncurling.” These are all comments heard during first grade science lessons at Sun Valley Elementary School. Weeks ago each first grader was given one lima bean seed. These seeds were placed in a terrarium to germinate and placed in the sun. As they developed, the students watched the seed sprout and develop roots, stems, and leaves. Recently these developing plants were placed in dirt. Students will continue to watch the development of these plants while they discuss the parts of a plant. This “hands on” lesson brings science to life.

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