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  • The Shiloh Valley Schools are ready for the 2019-20 school year!

    Staff members from both Shiloh Valley Schools came together on Monday, August 19, 2019 to officially kick-off the new school year! Dr. Rodgers and Mr. Spencer led the staff through an interactive meeting in which the goals for the year were set. Through an EmpowerED framework, the schools will focus on providing high-quality, data-driven instruction to our students.

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  • Shiloh Valley Primary welcomes new Kindergarten teacher Mrs. Ennis

    My name is Kelly Ennis. I am a graduate of Union County (Sun Valley High School) and am excited to be back at my old stomping ground teaching in this cluster.

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  • Shiloh Valley Primary School welcomes new Kindergarten teacher Mrs. Vargas!

    My name is Domenica Vargas, and I was born in Ecuador South America. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a major in Elementary Education and a minor in Urban Youth and Communities.

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  • #TeamShilohValley is strong!

    Staff members from both Shiloh Valley schools are united as one team with one mission! Join us this year as we soar to success!

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  • Informational Night at the Shiloh Valley Schools!

    On July 31, the administrative teams from both Shiloh Valley Schools hosted an Informational Night for their parents and families. The event took place at both schools from 4-6 PM. Staff members from both schools and Shiloh Valley PTA members were present and provided school tours for families.

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  • Shiloh Valley teachers are the Best!

    Teachers from Shiloh Valley Primary School have been coming in this week to help get our school ready for the new school year! Their time, assistance, and feedback is greatly appreciated by Mr. Spencer and Mrs. Aldredge.

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  • Shiloh Valley administrators are preparing for a great year!

    The administrative teams at the Shiloh Valley schools have been working to prepare for a smooth opening to the new schools. Administrative teams at both schools have met and collaborated daily throughout the summer to ensure that the schools are aligned in all of their processes.

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  • Shiloh Valley's PTA meets with principals

    Shiloh Valley’s PTA Board members met with principals Rodgers and Spencer on May 31. We are so excited about next year, and we’re gathering ideas for next year. We want you to be involved!

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  • UCPS cancels March 9 School Choice Showcase event

    Union County Public Schools has cancelled its March 9 School Choice Showcase at Weddington Middle School.

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  • Books and Brackets

    For the third year, Union County Public Schools wil hold a reading chalenge to celebrate literacy in our elementary schools.

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  • UCPS announces elementary school choice options for 2019-2020

    Union County Public Schools has announced its elementary schools of choice for the 2019-2020 school year. Earlier this year, UCPS introduced School Choice under Policy 4-13 Student Assignment. Through this option, families may

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  • Sun Valley and Shiloh Elementary Schools host international visitors!

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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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  • Sun Valley Elementary Loves Boosterthon

    Sun Valley Elementary School is building its legacy and has turned its focus on Boosterthon for help. This year the school is raising money for its book room, which will empower teachers with resources to improve literacy. The central focus of this year’s Boosterthon character program was “Backyard Box Office.” Principal Susan Rodgers said, “Our Awesome Boosterthon Team is adding to our legacy by building up our staff with positive notes! It is a great day in the Valley!”

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  • Sun Valley Elementary School Students are Ready for the Future

    Sun Valley Elementary students are exploring computer science and the skills needed for success in the 21st century.

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  • OMNOVA Reaches Out to Sun Valley Elementary SPLASH students

    Sun Valley Elementary School’s Spanish immersion students got a surprise this month when OMNOVA representative, Christie Alexander presented $3,000.00 to buy Spanish library bound books. Second grade SPLASH teacher Camila Caro said, “OMNOVA is amazing! We are so grateful for their generosity. With their help we can now provide greater support for our 4th grade students.”

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  • Safety and Leadership in Global/Leadership Class

    Deputy Kay visits Sun Valley Elementary This month, we had a visitor in Global/ Leadership class, Deputy Kay! The Deputy’s purpose was to teach our students how important it is to be safe.

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  • 5th Graders Tackle Problem Solving Skills

    Sun Valley Elementary 5th grade students worked on their 21st skills when they attended their field trip to Xtreeme Challenge low ropes course on October 11, 2016. Students learned the importance of having good communication skills and problem solving strategies.

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