Students working in a small reading intervention group.
Student actors in the spring production of Cinderella.

Red Devil Theatre's spring production of Cinderella was a HUGE SUCCESS!

Kindergarten students practicing their sentence writing skills using whiteboards.
East Valley High girls basketball team playing in the state tournament.
A student in our life skills class that is excited she was able to complete her name assignment.
Student getting a high five after successfully finishing sentence work with our speech and language pathologist.
EVC Wins 2017 School of Distinction Award.
EVC students presenting book reports in Mrs. Funks class
Students working with one of our paraprofessionals in a small group setting.
EVHS horticulture students working on holiday centerpieces
students waiting in the lunch line at Moxee Elementary
EVC Leadership sitting with the holiday food donation pile.
Moxee students wearing orange in honor of Unity Day.
EVC Robotics team after winning 1st place at the Toppenish competition.
East Valley Elementary Wins 2017 School of Distinction Award.
two boys in the dual language program reading together.
Paraprofessional, Cherrie Trammell with students during her morning Supervision duty.
Lunch service at Terrace Heights Elementary.
Students practicing drum beat in Mrs. Milburn's class at Terrace Heights Elementary.
Students in Mr. Randall's class working on a physics lesson where they used Chromebook technology to research bridge designs and then created their own.
Student playing outside on the playground at Terrace Heights Elementary.


Superintendent, John Schieche

Superintendent's Message

Friday, March 30, 2018
As many of you already know, earlier this month we embarked on our journey to modernize and expand East Valley High School. An official Groundbreaking Ceremony on Monday, March 19th, signaled the beginning of construction. I want to start this month’s letter by sharing how proud of and impressed I am with our East Valley High School students. To begin construction on phase one of the project, we had to make adjustments to student parking, pick-up/drop-off and bus lanes. Our students have done an absolutely fantastic job of accommodating these changes, without complaint. We thank them, as well as our staff, families and community members, for your support and patience as we continue to work on our high school construction project.
As we transition into the spring months, we have begun actively recruiting highly qualified employees to fill our positions for the upcoming school year. During a time where there is a teacher shortage across the region, we have had to become creative in our strategies to recruit new employees. We are traveling further and stretching our reach in many new ways. We encourage community members to join our team. As community members, you too are invested in the education of our East Valley children. We are currently hiring for many types of jobs including teachers, paraprofessionals, speech and language pathologists, substitute teachers, bus drivers, maintenance workers and many more. For a full listing of our open positions, I encourage you to visit our website at
In the coming months students throughout our district will be participating in state testing. I want to remind families to support children by helping them at home in content areas where they may be struggling. You can also help by making sure that they go to bed at a reasonable time the night before the test and eat a healthy breakfast the morning of the test.
With our continued focus on safe and secure schools, we want to remind families that if you see or hear anything that you feel could have a negative impact on our students or our schools, please don’t hesitate to contact our offices. If you don’t feel comfortable contacting us directly you can leave a tip using our anonymous online incident and concern reporting system, SafeSchools. A link to SafeSchools is also on our website, located at the very top of the screen,

Staff Spotlight

Mrs. Baldwin working on clothing sorting with two of her math intervention students.

Thank you Mrs. Baldwin!

When our Chair of the East ValleySchool Board of Directors, Charlotte Layman, heard of Baldwin’s Boutique, she had to know more! As it turns out, Mrs. Jeanette Baldwin, the math intervention teacher at East Valley Central, has been counting more than just numbers in her classroom... she’s also been sorting and counting clothes!

Student Spotlight

A picture of Alyssa Acob in costume for her role as the Fairy Godmother in the Red Devil Theatre's Spring Production of Cinderella in 2018.

Alyssa Acob

Spirit. Pride. Excellence. The shoe really does fit for Alyssa Acob who represents the true embodiment of East Valley High School’s motto in all that she does for our schools and our community.

Latest News

Students reading a book with an East Valley Elementary teacher during kindergarten orientation for the 2017-18 school year.


Kindergarten registration for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year is now open! We encourage families to register students by June 1st so that you're ready to attend kindergarten screening on June 7-8th! You can register your incoming kindergartener by picking up a packet at your child’s home school.
Two Mr. East Valley contestants holding pizzas they're about to deliver.

Mr. East Valley Raises Serious Dough!

Last night our Red Devil philanthropists raised some serious dough for the Memorial Foundation by taking over HopTown Pizza! Click the title to see photos from the event! #GOBIGRED
Cover of the March electronic newsletter.

March E-news is ready!

Check out this interactive edition of our East Valley newsletter. While viewing in our new format, you can click on links and watch videos for quick access to district updates and highlights!
Flyer showing the available prizes for the communications survey.

2018 Communications Survey Now Open!

We want to know if you’re getting the information you want and need about our schools, the way you want to get it! We’ve launched a survey to evaluate the effectiveness of our communication with our families, staff and community members. Click the title of this article to take the survey in English.To take the survey in Spanish, visit the Communications Department page and click on the 2018 Encuesta de comunicación link.
Washington School Improvement Framework cover photo.

Washington School Improvement Framework Released

The Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) recently released a new framework for identifying schools for additional support. Click the title of this article to get more information about how our East Valley Schools measured up. As this is a new program, full details on how support will be implemented hasn’t yet been established within our district. As more information is released over the next few weeks, we will continue to add information to this webpage.
Map showing parking changes for East Valley High School effective March 19, 2018.

EVHS Construction Parking Plan

We are excited to begin construction on our East Valley High School project next week. Parking, bus lane and student pick-up/drop-off changes for East Valley High School will be in effect on Monday, March 19, 2018 to accommodate our construction project. Please review the attached map to prepare for these changes. For updates on the East Valley High School project, please visit our high school website.We appreciate your patience as we make changes to allow for the modernization and expansion of East Valley High School.

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