• End of Grade Testing:

    Sun Valley Elementary is planning for End of Grade testing, and we are in need of some volunteer proctors to help with test administration.  We need proctors May 31st, June 1st, and June 2nd.  If you can volunteer from 8:00 am-1:00 pm, we would greatly appreciate the help.  You can access the link below to sign up or contact our Assistant Principal, Jeni Parker, with any questions.

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    2017 Spring Screening Letter

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    Sun Valley’s ID # is 148520.

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  • Third Grade Takes on Books and Brackets

    Over the last two weeks, the third graders have been building stamina by logging minutes for the county initiative Books and Brackets. This challenge includes all 30 schools in the county and is similar to March Madness. District leaders announced Friday, March 10th that Sun Valley Elementary School was one of the winning Sweet 16 schools that was leading the literacy challenge.

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  • Xcel 2 Fitness Spring is Coming!

    The Xcel 2 Fitness Spring season is coming up! Xcel 2 Fitness is an after school program for 3rd-5th grade boys with a mission to use fitness to impact character. The program is carried out through a 6-week curriculum at the school that engages the team of boys through fun speed, agility, strength, balance, and cardio challenges. Every session is embedded with character development through encouraging boys to find their passion, build their team in life, and develop the grit to overcome their obstacles in pursuit of their dreams! The program functions after school 2 days each week for 1 hour.

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  • A Time to Be Thankful

    Kindergarten has had a busy month. We’ve been learning all about living and nonliving things with a focus on animals and their characteristics. We studied owls and ended our unit with a visit from the Carolina Raptor Center. They brought 4 different raptors, 2 which were owls. The students loved seeing the different raptors, especially the owls.

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