News & Announcements

October Enews is ready!

All families should've have received this Enews from our automated notification system. If you did not receive it, please contact your homes school to verify that we have the most recent contact information for your family. You can also read our Enews by clicking the READ MORE button.
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School Board Meeting Review - Monday, October 23, 2017

On Monday, October 23, 2017, East Valley School Board Directors Charlotte Layman, Matthew Byers, Eric Farmer and Seth Basford met with District administrators to discuss and approve agenda items. For more information about the highlights of this Regular School Board Meeting, continue reading below:
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GEAR UP is headed back to EVC!

We are excited to share that the University of Washington’s GEAR UP program is, once again, headed to East Valley Central Middle School! Continue reading for more details about this grant and the GEAR UP program.
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School Board Meeting Highlights (October 9, 2017)

On Monday, October 9, 2017, East Valley School Board Directors Charlotte Layman, Matthew Byers and Eric Farmer met with District administrators to discuss and approve agenda items. For more information about the highlights of this Regular School Board Meeting, continue reading below:
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EVSD Calendar Now Available!

You should be receiving copies of your new 2017-2018 District Calendar in the mail any day now. If you don't receive your calendar by early next week, please contact our communications department at 573-7311 and we will make sure to get one in the mail immediately. You can also download a pdf version of this calendar below or access it in the ABOUT US section of our website.
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What Does 3 Really Mean?

During the spring of the 2016-2017 school year, our K-5 Standards Based Grading Team met regularly to review our current grading and reporting process. The goal of this work was to improve consistency of our grading practices across the district in every grade level K-5, at each building. In addition, we wanted to ensure we were accurately communicating student progress toward meeting grade level standards. In order to do this, our team adjusted the language you will see on K-5 report cards to better align with the standards, as well as the descriptors for student progress toward meeting the State standards.
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