"Our Mission is to Inspire and Empower All in the Pursuit of Excellence." We are committed to developing your child's abilities to their fullest potential. We know that all of our students have unique skills and talents. Our focus is to identify their abilities and nurture the growth of each and every child.
We expect all of our teachers to have a passion for teaching and learning and to ensure quality learning experiences in every school, every classroom, everyday, for every child. Our curriculum, programs and instructional strategies are based on best practices. Our teachers and schools are committed to making large scale improvements in closing the achievement gap for our children.


2014 Crystal Apple Award
Ms. Suzanne Morrow, 2nd Grade Teacher at East Valley Elementary is the recipient of the 2014 East Valley Crystal Apple Award! Ms. Morrow has been an outstanding teacher in the East Valley School District for the past 13 years.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Roy, on behalf of the Crystal Apple Award Committee recognized this outstanding teacher on Friday, May 02, 2014 at a school assembly at East Valley Elementary School.

Ms. Morrow was nominated for this prestige award by East Valley Elementary second grade teacher Ms. Connie Faulkner.
Thank you to past donors of the Crystal Apple Award fund, as well as those who contributed in 2014:
Birchfield Manor, Roy Farms, Martinez Livestock Co., East Valley Community Enhancement Association, Terrace Heights Improvement Association, Hordan Planning, Sean & Stefanie Harrington and Mark & Debbie Roy.
(Earth) Movers and Shapers Working at
East Valley Elementary
You may have noticed that earth moving work began recently east of the East Valley Elementary SchoolThe district is working in collaboration with the Department of Ecology to remediate contaminated soil on school district properties. This soil remediation project will remove and/or encapsulate lead and arsenic found in the soil and will also enable the East Valley School District to make modifications to its adjoining sports complex. Over the next few months, as the district is remediating the soil, the district will install eight tennis courts, move and add additional softball fields, and add practice soccer and football fields to the district sports complex on Beaudry Road. This project has been made possible through a cooperative effort with state and local authorities working together with school district officials to receive a $1.7 million grant through the Department of Ecology.                                 
EVE Soils Remediation Project
For the complete story please click on the following link: EVE Soils Remediation Project

To view the Master Plan please click on the following link: EVE Master Plan 
Congratulations! Moxee Elementary is a
recipient of the 2013 Washington State
Achievement Award

The Washington Achievement Award winners are selected using the Washington Achievement Index and criteria in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) flexibility waiver. The award is given in six categories: Overall Excellence, High Progress, Reading Growth, Math Growth, 5-year graduation rate and English Language Acquisition. Moxee Elementary is being recognized in two categories for:

High Progress
Special Recognition - Math Growth

Congratulations to the Moxee Elementary School staff and community for all of the hard work in making a significant difference for children.

John Schieche, Superintendent

East Valley Red Devil's WIN the
Ambassador's Award in the Samsung Solve for
Tomorrow Competition
The Ambassador’s Award includes over $140,000 in technology and cash awards! Mr. Reifel and two of his students are invited to attend an award luncheon in Washington, D.C. in late April.Congratulations to our National Award winning team! Way to go Red Devils! 
Hydro Chill Class
"This accomplishment serves as validation that everything  we are doing as a community to raise our children is right.  They are learning to problem solve and think critically and creatively."  
-Dottie Say, EVHS Principal
"This event hopefully inspires kids to pay attention in math and science class because they can see what they  are learning is useful. I hope it also inspires our  community, it is a way to give back to them for all they do for our students."
-Barry Reifel, EVHS Teacher
East Valley High School’s project aims to challenge students to reduce electrical energy consumption in an average household over the course of a summer. They used science, technology, engineering, and math skills to design, build, and test an easy to use, energy efficient cooling system that utilizes the irrigation water readily available in the region.
For additional information please click on the following link: 
For class interview please click on the following link: Samsung HYDRO-CHILL Cooling System Project

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