Our Mission:  
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. 

Our 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.

Sunny View Elementary School is a Pre-K through Fifth grade school located in northern Polk County, NC.   Google Maps Location

This marks my tenth year as Principal of Sunny View, one of the best schools in Western North Carolina. 

Panther T-shirts on Sale now $5 each

Class Pictures still available

Complete your collection of yearbooks! Years 2014-2017 just $5 each

Goodies For Grandparents
Thursday, January 16th 
7:15 a.m.
Grandparents or special friends are invited to 
have breakfast at school with their student on this day! 

Sunny View Elementary students support the American Cancer Society by donating $1 to wear a hat to school each Friday. Mrs. Triplett's Kindergarten class got in the Hat Day spirit by sporting a variety of hats!


Attention! Our phone and fax numbers have changed. 
Phone 828-894-1050
Fax 828-894-1055
Please use the numbers to contact us from this point forward. We hope you are having a great summer! 

Thanks to generous donors and community partners, Sunny View School students will be supplied with all their back to school classroom needs!
Click here to access the link for a supply list if you would like to purchase your child's supplies.

Donations are still needed for this cause. Here is an updated list of the items:

-Quart Ziploc bags 
-Gallon Ziploc bags 
Disinfectant wipes
Disinfectant spray
If you have any questions, please call the school office at 828-894-1050.

There has been much interest and concern generated around the proposed Policies Governing Services for Children with Disabilities, specifically, the changes in the evaluation and identification of Autism Spectrum Disorder.  To provide parents the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the proposed policy changes, the Exceptional Children Division (ECD) invites parents to participate in a public forum in order to receive clarification. A forum will be offered in each region to accommodate parent participation. Please look at the attached information. 

Notice of Public parent Forum ASD Memo.pdf


The new year found several Sunny View School 5th graders enjoying their "just desserts"! In order to keep her students reading during the busy fall/winter holiday seasons, Mrs. Gina Kelly-Price challenged her students to read 40 books of specific, varied genres. They read poetry, science fiction, mysteries, historical fiction, folktales, fantasy, informational books, and others. Eight students completed the challenge, and on January 7, were treated to a special field trip to McDonald's for a sweet treat, along with outside playtime.


We are pleased to announce that we met our goal for the Coin War Challenge. We raised $785 for Jase, a special student at Tryon, to get his very own service dog. Congratulations to Ms. Kelly's fifth-grade class for winning the challenge by collecting the most money. 


Beulah Baptist Church visited Sunny View Elementary and brought a van loaded with blankets for all students and staff. The church members went from class to class passing out soft, cozy blankets just in time for the cold weather. Students were excited to receive their gifts and were shown a great example of generosity and giving this season. Click here to access the Tryon Daily Bulletin article.

Thank you to all that came out and supported our Character Day! Everyone looked great with their costumes and books! Image result for jackolantern



Charlotte's Web Trivia Winners!                                                             
Our Second through Fifth graders answer weekly trivia questions for our "One School, One Book"            challenge! These are our trivia winners! Congratulations Aaron, Minda, Gracie, and Zachary!