School Safety East Valley Central Middle School

Bruin athlete, Gabriel Gainer, wins the 100 meter race in the Washington State Special Olympics! 

Students holding laser cut 3-D planes before the test flight.

Bruins take their planes out for a test flight!

Leadership heads to WE Day 2019

Leadership heads to WE Day 2019

Kids with heads popping out of school bus windows.

Our EVC choir heading back from their performance for the inauguration of the 6th president of PNWU. 

middle school boys taking their marks for a spring at a track meet.

Bruin athletes get ready for a race at a track meet this spring.

E.V.C. students participating in the La Chispa program, inspiring young Latino leaders in our schools and community!

For their introduction to pottery, students are making pinch pots.

For their introduction to pottery, students are making pinch pots. 

Four boys are examining the hide of a coyote.

7th grade students got a guest speaker and a chance to investigate Skins & Skulls of local wildlife. 

Student standing with JROTC teacher in front of a Black Hawk in the hangar at the Yakima Training Center.

E.V.C. JROTC students had the chance to visit the Yakima Training Center to learn about careers in the U.S. military.

Ernie G visits our school for an empowering comedy show.

Ernie G. Comedy Show Visit 

8th grade door decorating competition winners.
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Principal, Matthew Toth

Principal's Message

Dear Parent or Guardian,

I hope you and your family are doing well. At East Valley Central we are still working toward providing a better school experience for your child. We understand that this is a challenging time and we have developed additional layers of structure related to schedules and grading which was developed through reviewing OSPI's recommendations for public schools.
We have developed a schedule to avoid students having multiple learning opportunities at the same time. On each day of the week, a specific content area will have priority from 9:00-2:30 so that staff can reach out and check in with students, provide instruction digitally, answer questions and/or provide social/school community connections. Your student will not be meeting with our staff during that entire time, but a time(s) will be provided within that window. Before 9:00 and after 2:30 is a designated window which is open for all staff members to conduct office hours, non-required enrichments or extra-curricular activities. Your child’s teachers will be communicating directly with you regarding these additional opportunities.  The daily schedule by content area is attached.  Please note: your student will have assignments which may be completed outside the designated day and please encourage your child to check Google classroom consistently. 
We have received additional guidance in the area of grading from the state. Please understand that this may change and please be patient with us because further state recommendations are coming out weekly. Moving forward for the second semester (S2), all students will receive either a pass (P) or no credit (NC) grade at the end of the term. This also includes classes that are provided for only quarter 4 (T4 - Writing/Health/MOS/Electives). Passing grades will be assigned to students who are participating in learning. To monitor student progress, we will be utilizing Skyward and entering grades starting next week. Please keep in mind that even though a student has a letter grade in Skyward (A, B, C, D, or F), these grades will not be posted at the end of S2 or T4, but will instead reflect a P or NC. The exception to this are high school credit classes being provided at EVC. These classes will follow the high school grading process. 
We have made these adjustments based on the state recommendations.  We’ve also taken into consideration what families across East Valley are facing in supporting the education of their children. I, myself, have three elementary age students in the district and understand what it is like to support education from home. We can do this together and I look forward to the day when all students and staff can return to the building.
Thank you!
Matthew Toth
East Valley Central Middle School
2010 Beaudry Road
Yakima, WA 98901
Office: (509) 573-7520
Fax: (509) 573-7540
Estimado padre o Guardianes,

Espero que usted y su familia estén bien. En East Valley Central todavía estamos trabajando para proporcionar una mejor experiencia escolar para su hijo. Entendemos que este es un momento desafiante y hemos desarrollado capas adicionales de estructura relacionadas con los horarios y la calificación que se desarrolló a través de la revisión de las recomendaciones de OSPI para las escuelas públicas.
Hemos desarrollado un horario para evitar que los estudiantes tengan múltiples oportunidades de aprendizaje al mismo tiempo. Cada día de la semana, un área de contenido específica tendrá prioridad de 9: 00-2: 30 para que el personal pueda comunicarse y consultar con los estudiantes, proporcionar instrucción digital, responder preguntas y / o proporcionar conexiones sociales / comunidad escolar. Su estudiante no se reunirá con nuestro personal durante todo ese tiempo, pero se proporcionará un horario dentro de esa ventana. Antes de las 9:00 y después de las 2:30 hay una ventana designada que está abierta para que todos los miembros del personal realicen horas de oficina, enriquecimientos no requeridos o actividades extracurriculares. Los maestros de su hijo se comunicarán directamente con usted con respecto a estas oportunidades adicionales. Se adjunta la programación diaria por área de contenido. Tenga en cuenta: su estudiante tendrá tareas que pueden completarse fuera del día designado y aliente a su hijo a revisar el aula de Google de manera consistente.
Hemos recibido orientación adicional en el área de calificación del estado. Por favor, comprenda que esto puede cambiar y sea paciente con nosotros, ya que semanalmente se publican más recomendaciones estatales. Avanzando para el segundo semestre (S2), todos los estudiantes recibirán una calificación de pase (P) o sin crédito (NC) al final del período. Esto también incluye clases que se proporcionan solo para el cuarto trimestre (T4 - Escritura / Salud / MOS / Electivas). Las calificaciones aprobatorias se asignarán a los estudiantes que participan en el aprendizaje. Para monitorear el progreso de los estudiantes, utilizaremos Skyward e ingresaremos las calificaciones a partir de la próxima semana. Tenga en cuenta que aunque un estudiante tenga una calificación de letras en Skyward (A, B, C, D o F), estas calificaciones no se publicarán al final de S2 o T4, sino que reflejarán una P o NC.  La excepción a esto son las clases de crédito de secundaria que se proporcionan en EVC. Estas clases seguirán el proceso de calificación de la escuela secundaria.
Hemos realizado estos ajustes basados ​​en las recomendaciones estatales. También hemos tenido en cuenta lo que las familias de East Valley enfrentan para apoyar la educación de sus hijos. Yo mismo tengo tres estudiantes de primaria en el distrito y entiendo lo que es apoyar la educación desde casa. Podemos hacer esto juntos y espero con ansias el día en que todos los estudiantes y el personal puedan regresar al edificio.

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Chrome Book Fee

Parents - Do not forget to pay the $15 chromebook for the 2019-20 school year.

Picture Day

EVC's picture day is September 12. Packets are available in the main office.
Fall 2020 Virtual Learning


Following Governor Inslee’s press conference yesterday, the Yakima County Health District made their official recommendations for a virtual start for schools in Yakima County. Given the guidelines outlined in the WA State Department of Health’s Decision Tree for Provision of In Person Learning Among K-12 Students at Public and Private Schools During the COVID-19 Pandemic document, and this strong recommendation from our local health authorities, we would like to confirm that our East Valley Schools will begin 100% virtual with an enhanced distance learning model on Tuesday, September 8, 2020, as indicated in our released draft communication earlier this week.
Join us online for virtual learning parent P D - Interactive support sessions for families on August 26th and September 2nd.

Virtual Learning Parent PD Sessions

As we move forward into our virtual start to the 2020-2021 school year, we want to make sure that we're meeting the needs of our families in supporting distancing learning at home. We will be offering a Parent PD series to make sure that we help equip our families with the digital tools they need in order to ensure that their kids are successful through this remote start.
Virtual chats with the sup. Click here for upcoming dates and released videos.


Community members are invited to join East Valley School District Superintendent, John Schieche, and Assistant Superintendent, Russ Hill, during virtual chats over the next month to learn about how we're planning for the reopening of our schools and to ask questions/provide feedback.

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