News & Announcements

In or Out?

As a District, we make every effort to put the health and safety of our students at the forefront of our daily efforts. In times like those experienced recently, we have a system in place to ensure that we are utilizing the most up-to-date information available to help guide our decisions. Click here to learn about the process we use to monitor local air quality.
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WEATHER NOTIFICATION TEST

We are currently running a test of our inclement weather notification system. This is only a test. If you do not receive this automated voice message, text message or email message, please contact our communications department at kaple.brittany@evsd90.org.
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TAKE OUR PARENT SATISFACTION SURVEY!

This year we're placing an emphasis on the continued improvement of school culture through a focus on relationship building with our students and families. To help us better understand what we can do to ensure that your needs and expectations are being met, we encourage you to take our parent satisfaction survey. This survey will be open until Friday, November 15th. For more information and to take this survey, click read full story.
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HALLOWEEN COSTUME REMINDERS!

Costumes are permitted at EVC and all 3 elementary schools. Costumes are not permitted at EVHS. No excessive face paint or masks. Nothing bloody/gory. No creepy clown costumes or weapons. Costumes must follow our regular dress codes and must not distract from class. Click the title for Trick or Treating Safety Tips from the CDC!
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EVSD 2019-20 STAFF UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN RESULTS

Each year we have the opportunity to support our community through the United Way campaign. Last year we were recognized as a district for being one of the TOP 10 CONTRIBUTING ORGANIZATIONS for the United Way of Central Washington. This year, our staff pitched in and we increased participation as a district by 12% and raised more than $16,000! For more information about our United Way campaign, click the title!
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DRUG ALERT

Please be aware that there have been reports of students in the Yakima Valley being exposed to a dangerous drug, which appears to be Acid. This substance, like Fentanyl, is transdermal, meaning that it can be absorbed through the skin. Although this drug looks harmless, it is extremely dangerous! This drug is known to cause hallucinations and can alter brain chemistry. Click the title for more information and pictures of this drug.
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