Join us for a snow themed pre-kindergarten family fun night at Moxee Elementary on January 15th from 6:00-7:30PM.
Students laughing with Ms. Kelsch during a PAWS assembly at Terrace Heights.
Preschool student exploring the snap blocks.

Preschool at East Valley Elementary School

East Valley families playing several cards during the 24th annual Turkey Bingo event.

East Valley Central Middle School - 24th Annual Turkey Bingo - 2018 Holiday Food Drive

JROTC doing a ropes exercise.

JROTC ropes training at East Valley High School

4th grade students at East Valley Elementary get practice using their Chromebooks.

East Valley students using Chromebooks in the classroom.

East Valley Central Soup with the Sup in November.

East Valley Central's employee lunch, Soup with the Sups, was a big success on November 7, 2018.

Kids at Terrace Heights working with hoola hoops in p.e.

Terrace Heights students enjoying P.E. outdoors.

Homecoming game 2018 v. Qunicy. Red Devil students take a minute to pose for the camera.

East Valley High School wins homecoming came vs. Quincy

Approximately 15 students pointing to one student in the center wearing a shirt that says,

Unity Day at Moxee Elementary - Students say NO to bullying!

E.V.C.'s IGNITE 7th and 8th grade leadership students wear matching shirts for BRUIN CAMP.

East Valley Central IGNITE students lead 6th grade Bruin Camp

Terrace Heights students work with their Bear Den teacher to decide on a family flag theme.

UNITED WAY of Central Washington recognized East Valley employees for their contribution of more than $16,000 this school year!

UNITED WAY of Central Washington recognized East Valley employees for their contribution of more than $16,000 this school year!

Secretary of State, Kim Wyman, visited EVHS this fall to stress the importance of voting!

Secretary of State, Kim Wyman, visited EVHS this fall to stress the importance of voting!

Summer 2018 - 90 East Valley employees attend the PLC AT WORK INSTITUTE in Seattle, WA.

Summer 2018 - 90 East Valley employees attend the PLC AT WORK INSTITUTE in Seattle, WA. 

Graduates in the class of 2018 posing with diplomas.

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

EVC Wins 2017 School of Distinction Award.

Both East Valley Central Middle School & East Valley Elementary have won School of Distinction awards 3 years in a row (2016, 2017 & 2018).

Graduating seniors - we did it!

Success for the Class of 2018!

Students working in a small reading intervention group.

Small group instruction at East Valley Elementary

Beth Caton with her family after being awarded the Crystal Apple Award for 2018.

Congratulations to our 2018 Crystal Apple Award Winner, Beth Caton. 

Breaking ground on the East Valley High School Modernization and Expansion project

Class of 2031 kindergarten students learning a song at the colorful carpet with their teacher during kinder camp.

Kindergarten Boot Camp 2018

students waiting in the lunch line at Moxee Elementary

Lunch at Moxee Elementary

 

 

Upcoming Events

School Board Meeting

Time: 7 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: District Office - 2002 Beaudry Road - Yakima, WA 98901
Dec 27

School Board Meeting

Time: 7 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: District Office - 2002 Beaudry Road - Yakima, WA 98901
Jan 14
Superintendent, John Schieche

Superintendent's Message

Wednesday, November 28, 2018
 
As we approach the month of December and the holidays, it is important to remember that every day counts. We often see a decrease in attendance in our schools in the weeks leading to breaks. When students are not in class, they're missing out. Missing out on assignments. Missing out on influential experiences in our classrooms. Missing out on learning.
 
We often hear people say that they think that missing just one or two days when their kids are in the early grades, doesn't make that much of a difference. This couldn't be more wrong! Just imagine trying to learn how to read when you miss learning the sound the letter A makes, or think about how hard it would be to catch on to long division, if you missed the introductory day. Missing just 2-3 days each month is classified as chronic absenteeism and can result in substantial gaps in learning. This can cause undo stress for our children that struggle to catch up and may put them in a place where they want to give up because learning seems to become too hard for them.
 
When students return from winter break, they will be preparing for our annual Smarter Balanced Assessments. To perform on these exams, students are being expected to stretch themselves to limits that exceed years past. It is important that they are in our classrooms, working with their teachers, every day, to make sure they are ready for the rigor that is expected of them when they return. Don't let your kids miss out this holiday season; plan ahead and schedule appointments and vacations when your kids are out of school!
 
 
Wishing you a Happy Holiday Season,
John Schieche
Superintendent
 

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