Test - Inclement Weather Notification System

On, Tuesday, November 13th, at 10:30 in the morning, our district ran a test of the inclement weather notification system. If you did not receive this message, please contact our communications department at (509) 573-7311.

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Thursday, November 15th - Doors open at 5:30PM

University of Washington's GEAR UP program awards $110,400 in additional funding for our current sixth grade class until their senior year.
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!

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

E.V.C.'s IGNITE 7th and 8th grade leadership students wear matching shirts for BRUIN CAMP.
Graduates in the class of 2018 posing with diplomas.

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

Graduating seniors - we did it!
Students working in a small reading intervention group.
Beth Caton with her family after being awarded the Crystal Apple Award for 2018.

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

Class of 2031 kindergarten students learning a song at the colorful carpet with their teacher during kinder camp.
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.
EVC Wins 2017 School of Distinction Award.
Students working with one of our paraprofessionals in a small group setting.
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

School Board Meeting

Time: 7 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: District Office - 2002 Beaudry Road - Yakima, WA 98901
Nov 26

School Board Meeting

Time: 7 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: District Office - 2002 Beaudry Road - Yakima, WA 98901
Dec 10

School Board Meeting

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

Superintendent's Message

Friday, November 9, 2018
 
We are two months into the 2018-2019 school year and already have much to celebrate! We have welcomed   55 new employees in our buildings and are encouraged by their enthusiasm for educating all of our East Valley students.
 
After thoughtful negotiations, on September 5, 2018, we ratified the 2018-2019 EVEA Collective Bargaining agreement that allows us to continue to offer very competitive salaries for our certificated employees. We are confident that this agreement will allow us to retain existing and recruit new highly qualified employees in future years. We are currently negotiating with our classified Public School Employees and are hopeful that we will be able to come to an agreement that is mutually beneficial soon.
 
Our East Valley High School Modernization and Expansion project is progressing on schedule. As we near the winter months, work on the new additions will be headed indoors. After we return from winter break, some classrooms will be moving, as we begin the remodel of our existing building. We ask that our community be patient with us as we embark on this next phase of construction. We understand that there will be some temporary inconveniences as the project continues, but we are encouraged daily as we look out toward what will be our new and improved high school. The changes that are being made now, will benefit our district for years by providing a safe and secure school that promotes opportunities for growth and innovation.
 
I am thrilled to share that two of our buildings, East Valley Central Middle School and East Valley Elementary, were recognized with 2018 School of Distinction Awards. Both schools have been recognized with this award for the third consecutive year. This signifies all of the collaborative hard work and dedication of our professional learning communities.
 
As always, the safety of our students and our staff is our highest priority. Our focus on providing safe and secure schools is on the forefront of our district and school planning. East Valley Schools are members of the ESD 105’s SSOCC program, aimed at helping districts create well-thought and organized crisis plans and preventative programs. Representatives from all of our five buildings and the district, meet with local responders from the Moxee Police Department, East Valley Fire Departments and the Yakima County Sheriff’s office quarterly to discuss how we can continuously improve our systems. During start-up week this year, we equipped all teachers with phase one of Gap Training (a training that prepares staff in how to respond during the gap time of when a crisis begins and when law enforcement arrives) and are in the process of scheduling phase two. As always, our best defense against threat, is you! If you see something concerning, please say something!
 
-John Schieche, Superintendent of East Valley School District No.90

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