Graduates in the class of 2018 posing with diplomas.

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

Graduating seniors - we did it!
Beth Caton with her family after being awarded the Crystal Apple Award for 2018.

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

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.

 

 

Upcoming Events

Superintendent, John Schieche

Superintendent's Message

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 
 
This spring we have had the opportunity to celebrate the amazing work our classified and certificated staff do each day to enrich the lives of our East Valley children. They ensure that each child has the care, guidance and support they need to reach their highest potential.
 
We know that our employees are on the front lines of every District initiative, program and project we embark on. It is because of the strength of our amazing employees, and their continued purposefulness, that we are able to celebrate so many successes in the East Valley School District.
 
As we near the end of the school year, we anxiously await the results of State Assessment data. We are very proud of the focused efforts and perseverance we have seen our students demonstrate, as they have strived to do their very best on these rigorous exams. We are hopeful this data will reflect our District’s continued push for differentiated support and academic growth for every child, in every classroom throughout our district.
 
Every year we are able to recognize the highest achievement students can earn in our district, their high school diploma. We invite you to join us as we celebrate the graduation of our East Valley High School Class of 2018. This year we will have the largest graduation class in the history of East Valley with over 200 graduating seniors.  Graduation will be held on  Saturday, June 2, 2018 at the Yakima SunDome. The ceremony will begin at 7:00PM. Graduates need to arrive no later than 6:00PM. Doors open to the public at 6:00PM.
 
John Schieche
 

Staff Spotlight

Principal, Matthew Toth

Principal, Matthew Toth

Mr. Toth is the one always singing the praises of others doing great work in his buidling, but this month we’re spotlighting him for the work he does at East Valley Central and... we’re not the only ones that think Mr. Toth deserves a little recognition. Click on the title to read more about Mr. Toth!

Student Success

Gabriel Gainer holding up his Special Olympics gold medal.

Gainer Goes for Gold!

East Valley Central’s, Gabriel Gainer, certainly made East Valley proud at the Yakima Chapter’s Special Olympics this year! He earned the Gold Medal in shot put and the 100 meter dash and then went on to earn the Silver Medal in the 400 meter dash. Shine-on Bruins!

Latest News

May Enews Cover

Our May 2018 E-news is Ready for Reading!

Learn about what's been happening at our East Valley Schools using our interactive electronic newsletter! Watch videos, click links and engage without leaving our digital publication. Click the title to be directed to our latest Enews! Also available in Spanish.
Class of 2018 - Senior Strolls Featured Photo

Class of 2018 - Senior Strolls

Today our EVHS Class of 2018 took their final strolls through our East Valley Schools to share their success with our future Red Devils and all of the teachers and school staff that helped them along the way!

Bus Delay (Tuesday 5/29/18)

Please expect a delay in elementary bus arrivals today due to a mechanical issue on one of our buses. This delay should last approximately 30 minutes. If anything changes, we will update this announcement. If you have questions, please contact our transportation department.
Three students looking for a shape on a pancake.

Pancakes, Pancakes!

Our youngest East Valley learners went crazy for pancakes during our last PreK-K Free Family Fun Night yesterday at T.H.E... The theme, Pancakes, Pancakes did not disappoint! From racing to flip flapjacks representing colors and shapes, to making pancake pattern snacks, the night was definitely a well-rounded, sweet spin on making learning fun for ALL!
16 of the 17 Washington State Opportunity Scholarship winners for 2018.

17 Seniors Awarded WSOS

17 East Valley High School Seniors earned Washington State Opportunity Scholarships this year. The WSOS helps fund students earning degrees in STEM or health care fields by providing $2,500 during the freshman and sophomore years, $5,000 for junior year, $7,500 for senior year and an additional $5,000 if the degree takes an extra year. Congratulations Accomplished Red Devils!!
Picture of John receiving the Washington School Public Relations Association's Crystal Apple Award with ESD 105 Superintendent, Kevin Chase.

Superintendent Schieche Celebrates Success

Usually our East Valley Superintendent, John Schieche, gets to share our school and district successes. Today, we get to celebrate him! Congratulations to John for being recognized as the Washington School Public Relations Association (WSPRA)’s 2018 Crystal Apple Award Winner. Your work to keep our community informed and in support of our schools is essential to the success of our District!

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