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Virtual Chats With Superintendent

As we approach the upcoming 2020-2021 school year, we know that our staff and families have many questions about how we are planning for the reopening of our East Valley schools after the COVID-19 closure last spring. 

Community members are invited to join East Valley School District Superintendent, John Schieche, and Assistant Superintendent, Russ Hill, at virtual chats over the next month to learn about how we're planning for the reopening of our schools and to ask questions/provide feedback.

These chats will be recorded and released after translated captions have been added. Released videos for past events are located below. 

  • Monday, July 13, 2020 @ 10:00AM
  • Monday, July 27, 2020
    • We will be offering two sessions to accommodate maximum number of participants. One will be at 10:00AM and one will be held at 12:00PM. Participants should only plan to attend one chat session. 
  • Wednesday, August 19, 2020
    • We will be offering two sessions to accommodate maximum number of participants. One will be at 9:00AM and one will be held at 6:00PM. Participants should only plan to attend one chat session. Space is limited to 250 attendees per session. Recordings of both sessions (with closed captions) will be released in 2-4 business days after recording ends.  

 

Access these virtual chats using the link below:

 

https://meet.google.com/eji-feht-bbh

 

Dial-in: (US) +1 619-784-8228

PIN: 602 205 725#

 

 
RELEASED VIDEOS WITH CLOSED CAPTIONS
Below you can access released videos of our virtual chat series with our EVSD90 Superintendent, John Schieche and Assistant Superintendent, Russ Hill. These videos were captured during live community forums discussing the reopening plans for our East Valley Schools after this COVID-19 closure. 
 
We have added closed captions in both English and Spanish to ensure that these videos are accessible to all audiences. To access these closed captions, click the button marked "cc" on the bottom control bar. 
picture showing the button to click for closed captions.