School Safety East Valley Central Middle School
Save the date for Turkey Bingo - November 21, 2019

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.
East Valley Central building

Upcoming Events

Principal, Matthew Toth

Principal's Message

November 11, 2019
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Dear Parents/Guardians,                                          
East Valley Central’s Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences will be on November 13, 2019. This is an extended opportunity to communicate with your child’s teachers, but our philosophy is that a conference may take place on any school day throughout the school year. To put it simply, if you have a concern I would not recommend waiting to have a conversation with staff due to the limited availability on November 13. Our staff is available to communicate over the phone or in person before or after school from 7:20am until 7:45am or from 2:30pm until 2:50pm on most days. The extended conference time on November 13 will be from 11:30am-6:45pm. This is an opportunity to meet privately with our faculty at a scheduled time. Fall conferences will be scheduled based upon your desire and availability. Pertinent information related to conferences is listed below.
·         It is not necessary to schedule a conference with each of your student’s teachers.
·         Conference times on November 13 are limited. If you are interested, it is important that you register as soon as you can to ensure a time slot.
·         There is no school for students on November 13.
·         The duration of each conference will be 15 minutes per teacher.
·         A duty free staff lunch will take place from 3:00-3:30.
·         We will have bilingual personnel available to assist you if needed.
·         We recommend bringing your student to each conference if available.
We offer the ability to schedule your conference time online through Family Access. Please see the directions included. By scheduling online, you will receive email reminders and alerts if changes occur. Please schedule your conference(s) online at a time that fits your schedule. This will allow you to reschedule your conference if a conflict occurs.  If you need assistance, please feel free to call the office at 573-7500. 
If you are not able to schedule a conference through Family Access, please contact Mrs. Alexieff at 573-7524 and she will assist you.
Thank you for your continuing support.
Matthew Toth

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Quick Updates

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.
Review alternate snow stops with school bus and snow in the background.


Learn about how we will communicate about weather-related delays/closures, review alternate bus stops and find ways to prepare for winter weather.
Monitoring Air Quality

In or Out?

As a District, we make every effort to put the health and safety of our students at the forefront of our daily efforts. In times like those experienced recently, we have a system in place to ensure that we are utilizing the most up-to-date information available to help guide our decisions. Click here to learn about the process we use to monitor local air quality.

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