EVE Winter 2019

EVE Winter 2019

EVE Winter 2019

EVE Winter 2019

Students building and testing catapults at STEM night with a teacher.

EVE Winter 2019

student building geometric shapes with toothpicks and marshmallows at Family STEM Night.

EVE Winter 2019

December 2018 School of Distinction

Our Principal of the Day winner with his peers - Ugly Sweater Day 2018

Our Principal of the Day winner with his peers - Ugly Sweater Day 2018

Two East Valley Elementary teachers working the fry station during McTeacher's Night.

2018 Fall McTeacher's Night 

2nd graders learning to play beats on the marimbas.

EVE Winter 2018

One boy and one girl playing on the structure at recess.

EVE Winter 2018

Preschoolers explore the snap blocks and make shapes.

EVE Winter 2018

Gloria the preschool puppet makes an appearance to teach kids colors and letters.

EVE Winter 2018

4th grade students use Chromebooks to access Google drives.

EVE Fall 2018

Family Night Oct. 2018-19

Family Night Oct. 2018-19

Family Night Oct. 2018-19

EVE Students Fall 2018-19

EVE Students 2018

E.V.E. employees at the PLC AT WORK INSTITUTE in Seattle!

E.V.E. employees at the PLC AT WORK INSTITUTE in Seattle!

Small group reading instruction.
East Valley Elementary Wins 2017 School of Distinction Award.
EVE wins the Washington State School of Distinction Award for the 2nd consecutive year!
One girl and one boy collaborating on a writing assignment.
 

Upcoming Events

Principal's Message Image

Principal's Message

Well the Ground Hog didn’t see his shadow, so an early spring? I don’t know if a rodent can predict the weather, but research shows us many habits that help students become successful at school. 

·     Number one is attendance. Just missing two days a month can affect your child’s learning. Attending all day and every day makes a difference with your child’s academic growth.
·     Have your child get a good night sleep, without electronics. Uninterrupted sleep helps your child rejuvenate their minds and bodies after a busy day.
·     Ask about their day and their homework. Even if a child responds that they don’t have homework, reading 20-30 minutes a day and practicing math facts are routines that will help your child succeed. Students in grades 1-2 can practice addition and subtraction facts and students in grades 3-5 should be practicing their multiplication and division facts.
 
I have always loved the months following winter break. Students come back rested and eager to learn.  With the conclusion of January, we have finished our mid-year testing. It is exciting to see our continued growth.  If you have questions about your child’s progress, please contact your child’s teacher or my office (509)573-7620.
 
Sincerely,
Colleen Crowston
 
 

Latest News

Quick Updates

Faucet with a leak.

BROKEN FIRE SPRINKLER

Earlier today, February 15, 2019, a fire sprinkler broke leading to minor flooding in one of our classrooms. This breakage caused the fire alarm to sound and an evacuation of our building. The fire department was on scene to help with clean-up. The room is expected to be operational by early next week.
weather delay

WEATHER DELAY - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH

WEATHER DELAY - FEBRUARY 15, 2019 - All East Valley schools will be on a 2-hour delay today due to weather conditions. There will be no A-M preschool. Buses will be using snow routes. Click the link for snow routes https://www.evsd90.org/apps/pages/altstops

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