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On Monday, October 9, 2017, East Valley School Board Directors Charlotte Layman, Matthew Byers and Eric Farmer met with District administrators to discuss and approve agenda items. For more information about the highlights of this Regular School Board Meeting, continue reading below:
We are excited to share that the University of Washington’s GEAR UP program is, once again, headed to East Valley Central Middle School! Continue reading for more details about this grant and the GEAR UP program.
You should be receiving copies of your new 2017-2018 District Calendar in the mail any day now. If you don't receive your calendar by early next week, please contact our communications department at 573-7311 and we will make sure to get one in the mail immediately. You can also download a pdf version of this calendar below or access it in the ABOUT US section of our website.
In an effort to keep our students safe while they're en route to our schools, the transportation department encourages all drivers in our community to review this helpful article on when to stop, and when not to stop for a school bus.
Air Quality Update (Wednesday, September 13, 2017): We are continuing to monitor the air quality on the Department of Ecology's website and will make adjustments as needed throughout the day, based on their recommendations, to protect the healthy and safety of our students.
The East Valley School District enthusiastically welcomes, Deputy Jake Church as the District School Resource Officer (SRO). Deputy Church joins the East Valley team as a commissioned officer of the Yakima Sheriff’s department and will be based out of East Valley High School for the 2017-2018 school year. The primary mission of the SRO role is to provide added security for our schools and to, “foster a positive image of deputies and police officers among young people.” The SRO will also, “provide law enforcement services at dances, athletic contests and other public events as needed,” and provide security education for both students and staff. If you see Deputy Church or his squad car around the community, don’t forget to welcome him with a friendly wave!