Their work as educators of our children is amazing!
They inspire students to wonder.
They inspire students to question.
They inspire students to think creatively.
They inspire students to solve problems.
They inspire children to read for new learning and for pleasure.
They inspire students to take pride in their learning.
They truly make a difference for each and
Although we do not stop to thank our certificated staff often enough, we realize how important they are to our students and our community. East Valley School Board would like to thank our certificated staff for being part of the East Valley School District and their continued dedication in making a significant difference for each and every one of our children!
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.
Congratulations to Mr. Dave Cullen!
After 16 years of serving on the East Valley School District board of directors, Jim Penning is stepping down from his position. We appreciate all that he has done for our students, staff, schools, and community throughout his many years of service as a representative on our EV school board.
Thank you Jim, we are forever grateful for all that you have done!
Congratulations to our New East Valley School District Board of Directors!
Please welcome Mr. Matt Byers and Mr. Adam McCracken to the EVSD school board. They were both recently elected to their new positions in the November election and were sworn in to office at the December 14th EVSD school board meeting. Both Mr. Byers and Mr. McCracken will be great advocates for our students, staff, schools and community.
The bond funding will also expand parking at Moxee Elementary School to accommodate increased traffic flow and provide additional space for parent and staff parking.
For additional information, please click here for the EVSD Bond Brochure or contact Superintendent, John Schieche at (509) 573-7320.
Washington State law RCW 28A.210.080 requires all children to have the proper immunization records for certain vaccine preventable diseases in order to attend school. Skipping vaccinations or missing vaccine doses makes it more likely that your child can get sick or give an illness to another child.
Prior to registering for the 2015-16 school year, you must bring proof of immunization to your child's school office. Please bring:
2. A Certificate of Exemption signed by your physician showing that you have a medical, religious, or personal reason for not vaccinating your child. Please note that RCW 28A.210.090 now requires the certificate of exemption to be signed by your healthcare provider.
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the district office at 573-7300.
Mr. Russ Hill was recently named the new Assistant Superintendent for the East Valley School District. Mr. Hill comes to East Valley from the Highland School District, where he was the Director of Teaching and Learning for the district and Principal of Marcus Whitman-Cowiche Elementary School. Mr. Hill comes to our district with administrative and teaching experience at the elementary, middle school and high school levels. Mr. Hill began his teaching career at Moxee Elementary School in 1999 while completing his student teaching in Jan Delfel’s 2nd grade classroom. He completed his Superintendent’s Certification through Washington State University in 2013. Please help welcome Mr. Hill to the East Valley School District.
Ms. Tami Scrivner was recently named the new principal at Terrace Heights Elementary School, beginning the 2015-2016 school year. Ms. Scrivner will replace THE Principal, Mr. Bob Adamson who is retiring at the end of this school year. Ms. Scrivner has worked at Terrace Heights Elementary School since 2001 and was a kindergarten teacher for 12 years and the Student Learning Improvement Coordinator and Coach for the past 2 years. Ms. Scrivner completed her principal certification and administrative internship in 2014. Please help us welcome Ms. Scrivner in her new role as THE Principal beginning the 2015-2016 school year!
Roy Farms Inc. recently donated a 40-gallon fish tank to the EVC science program to support a salmon unit that has been part of student studies for the past 22 years. This fully operational fish tank allows students the opportunity to study and observe the growth of salmon from the egg stage through the fingerling stage of their life cycle. A big “thank you” to Roy Farms Inc.