Spirit Week  Dec. 2020

Spirit Week  Dec. 2020

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Spirit Week  Dec. 2020

Spirit Week  Dec. 2020

Spirit Week  Dec. 2020

Spirit Week  Dec. 2020

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Spirit Week  Dec. 2020  

2020/21 Food Drive

2020/21 Food Drive

Let's keep each other healthy! Stay home if you're sick. Practice Social Distancing. Masks Required. Wash hands regularly.
 

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Principal, Colleen Crowston

Principal's Message

         Resilience

            As the year comes to a close, one character trait that comes to mind is resilience.  Way back in August, the decision was made to push the first day of school back one week because the community numbers were too high to open our school doors safely for our students. Teachers used that week to create a new leaning environment for students.  For the next six weeks, they looked for ways to build relationships with students whom they had never met in person. Students and families learned new technology tools and how to navigate Google Classroom.
          Then we got the exciting news, in mid-October, that we could bring our students back, split into two cohorts. Students hadn’t been in our building for seven months! Students learned new words; social distancing, attestation, safety protocols, but they didn’t care they were back with their Jaguar Family! I am so proud of our teachers, families and students.  We say “We can do hard things.”  Well, this has been the test, and yes, the situation has proven that, we can do extremely difficult things.
           In April, we got the green light to return to school full day. Every day became a picnic, literally as we ate outside! The amount of growth we witnessed in seven weeks has been amazing and well worth enduring one more change. Students, teachers and families have been resilient! I began the year, asking for your grace and patience as we navigated new waters.  I want to personally thank you for demonstrating that each and every day.  I understand the golden ticket wasn’t always convenient and waiting in line to drop off and pick up your child was a true test of character but we made it! 
           I. hope you and your family have a restful and joyful summer.  Most of all, I hope you are able to take a break, get outdoors and turn off the screens.  Thank you for being so amazing!
 
Sincerely,
Colleen Crowston
Principal,
East Valley Elementary
 
                                                                       

 

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June, 2021

6/8   Spirit Day
Dress like a Teacher
6/9   Spirit Day
Animal Print Day
6/10 Spirit Day
Star Wars/Outer Space 
6/11 Spirit Day
Beach Day
6/14 Spirit Day
Disney Day
6/15 Field Day
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Dismissal 11:55am


Last Day of School Information

Last Day of School

Last Day of School - Wednesday, June 16th East Valley Central & East Valley High School 7:45 am - 10:45 am Wednesdays at EVC & EVHS are usually virtual or by invite only. For the last day of school, all in-person students are invited to attend in-person to participate in year-end activities. East Valley Elementary 8:55 am - 11:55 am (In-person classes) Moxee Elementary and Terrace Heights Elementary 9:00 am - 12:00 pm (In-person classes) No lunch will be served on Wednesday, June 16th. Students who have been attending classes virtually, will remain virtual for the last day.
New Principal of Moxee Elementary Announced

New Moxee Elementary Principal Announced (English and Spanish)

It is with great pleasure that we announce Roel Juarez as the new Principal of Moxee Elementary effective July 1, 2021. Mr. Juarez began his career with the East Valley School District in 2009. His first roles were as a substitute teacher and coach. He was hired at EVC in 2014 as a computer science and health teacher. He later became the ELL (English Language Learners) teacher and advocate for the building. After...(click to read more)
Hybrid Learning Safe Return Plan Update for EVC and EVHS May 2021

Return to All Day, In-person Classes for EVC and EVHS (English and Spanish)

East Valley Central and East Valley High School will be resuming all day, in-person school beginning Thursday, May 20th. The Yakima Health District announced on May 10, 2021, that Yakima County COVID-19 case counts were below 200 cases per 100,000 over 14 days, which allows secondary schools (middle and high schools) to return to all day, in-person classes with 3’ social distancing and mask requirements. (Current Yakima County rate is 144). Read More...