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Educational Service District 105
Regional Classified School
Employee of the Year for 2017
 Regional Employee of the Year

Our very own - Dan Holzer, Terrace Heights Elementary Custodian is the 2017 ESD105 Regional Classified School Employee of the year!

The award recognizes not only his exemplary work role of consistently maintaining the pristine condition of the Terrace Heights Elementary building, but also the custodian’s numerous contributions in organizing activities and providing interpersonal connections that have all enhanced students’ experiences and safety at the school.

In her letter of recommendation for the award, Terrace Heights Elementary principal Tami Scrivner wrote:  “Dan is someone the kids trust.  I cannot tell you how many want to be a custodian helper on a weekly basis.  Achievement increases when children feel safe and connected, and sometimes all it takes is a connection with one person to make school a better place.”

Please join us in congratulating Mr. Dan Holzer for this prestigious award!

For the complete ESD105 news release please click here.


Classified School Employees Appreciation Week is March 13-17

 Join us in taking this opportunity to thank the Classified Staff members who work with students, teachers and families as the District celebrates Classified School Employees Appreciation Week from March 13-17.

 Our Classified Staff provides valuable services for our students to help them learn at their full potential.  Classified Staff members include para-educators, speech language pathologist assistants, librarians, bus drivers, mechanics, maintenance and custodial workers, nurses, student supervision assistants, security guard, food service workers, secretaries and IT support staff. 

 Our talented and dedicated classified staff makes our schools a better place to learn.

 Thank You East Valley Classified School Employees!

 School Counselors Week
 Help Celebrate National Counselors Week!
February 6-10, 2017
East Valley School District counselors have a tremendous impact while helping students achieve academic success and plan for a career. Please join the East Valley School Board of Directors in saying “thank you” to our school counselors and show your appreciation for their dedication in helping our children succeed!
 January is School Board Recognition Month
During the month of January, school districts across the state and nation honor their board of directors during School Board Recognition Month. The East Valley School District recognized its School Board of Directors at the regular board meeting on Monday, January 23rd.

School Directors play a crucial role in promoting student learning and achievement by creating a vision, establishing policies and budgets, and setting clear standards of accountability for all involved. Our School Directors serve as a vital link between members of the community and our schools.

We appreciate the countless hours our school board members serve in making a significant difference in the lives of our students.

Charlotte Layman, District #2  
 Charlotte Layman, Board President
 Matt Byers, District #1 Adam McCracken, District #3
    Matthew Byers          Adam McCracken 
  Norm Walker, District #4 Eric Farmer, District #5  
 Norm Walker           Eric Famer
2016 Washington State School of Distinction Awards

East Valley Elementary School and

East Valley Central Middle School

Congratulations to the students and staff at East Valley Elementary School and East Valley Central Middle School for being recognized as recipients of the 2016 Washington State School of Distinction Award.  

This prestigious award is being presented to the top 5 percent of Washington schools achieving sustained improvement in English Language Arts and Math over the past five years.  The student achievement growth is calculated from Washington State student assessment data. 

We are proud of the hard work of our students and staff members at EVE and EVC for the continuous growth in student achievement.  An awards assembly will be scheduled at a later time to properly recognize the achievement of these two schools.
Congratulations on your Administrative
Professional Certificate!
 Mary Kay Weber, Matt Toth, and Colleen Crowston
               Pro Cert
         June 21, 2016
"2016 Crystal Apple Award"

Mr. Dave Cullen, Athletic Director at East Valley High School and East Valley Central Middle School is the recipient of the 2016 Crystal Apple Award!  Mr. Cullen has been an outstanding educator/athletic director in the East Valley School District for the past 15 years.  Mr. Mark Roy, Chairman of the Crystal Apple Award Committee recognized Mr. Cullen at an EVHS assembly on Monday, May 02, 2016 for his outstanding work as an educator/athletic director.  Barry Reifel, previous teacher at East Valley High School nominated Mr. Cullen for this prestige award.

Dave Cullen  

Congratulations to Mr. Dave Cullen!

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