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Welcome to West View Elementary!

Welcome to a very special place for children, where wonderful things will happen; because, administrators, caring and supportive teachers and staff, enthusiastic and involved parents, collaborate and work closely together to    provide the best educational experience for the early education of young children in Spartanburg School District Six. West View has a long history of success, recognized as an exemplary, award winning model at the local, state and national levels for its high academic achievement and student performance, innovative curriculum, and model programs.
It is our pleasure to welcome you to join one of the most outstanding schools in the nation, to support an accomplished school mission with pride, and to make a significant difference in the lives of all of our young children.

As you walk through the front doors of this magical place, you will be welcomed into the extended family of West View Wildcats.

West View Elementary School Mission Statement
The mission of West View Elementary School is to ensure that "Wildcats are A.C.E.S.
(All Children Experiencing Success)" by emphasizing:
A = Academic Success
C = Character Development
E = Environment that is Safe and Friendly; Focused on Continuous Learning
S = Strong Curricular and Extra-Curricular Programs

West View at a Glance
Total Enrollment: 857

Total Faculty: 89

West View School Pledge:
I pledge today to do my best.
In reading, math, and all the rest.
I promise to obey the rules.
In my class and in my school.
I respect my self and others, too.
You will see--expect the best in all I do!

School Mascot: Wesley Wildcat

School ColorsBlue and Yellow
School Awards
2013- 2014
National Blue Ribbon School
Palmetto Gold and Gold Award
Rewards for Excellence for School Website and Newsletter
Excellent Report Card Rating
Healthy Schools Grant Recipient

Palmetto Gold and Silver Award
Excellent Report Card Rating
Palmetto Gold
Excellent Report Card Rating
Palmetto Gold and Silver Award
Excellent Report Card Reating
Golden Apple Award- Mary deGuzman
Golden Apple Award-Chrissy Proctor
District Six Reading Teacher of the Year-Laura Thompson
National Board Certification-Donna Amons

Golden Shoe Award
National Board Certified -Hope Poteat, Lisa Poskevich, and Mary deGuzman

Carolina First Palmetto's Finest Award
Golden Apple Award – Lindsay Hanna

S.C. Honorable Mention for the
S.C. Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness
Healthy Schools Award

West View Elementary
400 Oak Grove Road Spartanburg, South Carolina 29301

Spartanburg School District Six does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, sex, color, religion, national origin, immigrant status, English speaking status, veteran status or disability in the provision of educational opportunities and benefits. The Assistant Superintendent for Personnel and Operations (Title VI, VII, and IX) and the Assistant Superintendent for Student Services (Section 504, ADA) have been designated to receive inquiries regarding discrimination policies and procedures at (864) 576-4212, 1390 Cavalier Way, Roebuck, SC - 29376.
El Distrito Escolar Seis de Spartanburg no discrimina en base a la raza, edad, sexo, color, religión, nacionalidad, estatus migratorio, nivel de desempeño en el idioma Inglés, antigüedad o edad, o inhabilidad con base en los términos de oportunidades y de ventajas educativas. El superintendente auxiliar para personal y operaciones (Título VI, VII, y IX) y el superintendente para los servicios del estudiante (Sección 504, ADA) han sido señalados para recibir investigaciones con respecto a políticas y a procedimientos de discriminación. Se les puede contactar al (864) 576-4212, 1390 Cavalier Way, Roebuck, SC – 29376.