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Sunny View Elementary is a Pre-K through Fifth Grade school. Located in the Cooper's Gap community of Sunny View, the school's location is what some call the "Edge of Polk County".


This Friday May 27th, Sunny View students in grades 3,4 and 5 will take part in the North Carolina End of Grade Assessments. Students that do not pass the End of Grade Assessments will be required to attend Summer School and will retake any tests they did not pass.

Grade Friday, May 27 Wednesday, June 1 Thursday, June 2 Friday, June 3
5th EOG - Science EOG - ELA EOG - Math Make-Ups
4th   EOG - ELA EOG - Math Make-Ups
3rd   EOG - ELA EOG - Math Make-Ups

 In order to create the best possible foundation for your children on testing days we ask that you do the following:

  •   Make sure your children get a good night's rest before testing days.
  •   Make sure your children have a healthy breakfast each day. Snacks and juice will be provided to every   student on testing days.
  •   Support your children's efforts. Testing can sometimes be stressful, even at the grade school level. Encourage your kids to do their very best.

We appreciate all you have done to make this year outstanding ! We look forward to ending this year on a positive note.

  • New link for Accelerated Reader Home Connect.. Located on our Student Resources page...Parents can see and find the books their child is reading.


Our Mission at Sunny View Elementary is to build a learning community that works together to inform, inspire and empower our students to become confident lifelong learners.

We share the following beliefs: 

  •   The education of our children is the responsibility of all stakeholders.

  •   All children should be presented with high expectations and have equal learning opportunities.

  •   Our school has the responsibility to address the academic, creative, emotional, physical, and social needs of all students.

  •   All children learn more effectively in a nurturing environment that is clean, safe, and disciplined.

  •   Every individual in our  school is valuable and deserves dignity, fairness, and respect.

  •   All students should be instructed and encouraged to set goals, complete tasks, and become knowledgeable, responsible community members.

  •   Children should be taught honesty, cooperation, citizenship, and should develop personal responsibility for accepting the consequences of their behavior.

Contact Information

Postal address:
86 Sunny View School Rd
          Mill Spring, North Carolina 28756
Electronic mail:
Principal: Kevin Weis
Webmaster:Judy E. Jackson

The Polk County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Aaron Greene P.O. Box 638, Columbus, NC, 28722, 828-894-3051. Send mail to Aaron Greene with questions or comments about this web site.
Last modified: 12/12/13