Location: Students with birthdays in January are invited to join us for a celebration!
January’s character word is responsibility: a moral obligation to behave correctly toward or in respect of. Students at T.H.E. demonstrate responsibility!
Next week is Celebrating Kindness Spirit Week! Look at the calendar to spread kindness and dress up in themes!
Looking for an electronic version of the T.H.E. Student Herald? Go here to view current and previous editions! Did you know there is a student photographer each month, as part of the T.H.E. Student Herald? Take a look at their pictures each month of things happening around the school!
With the release of the Washington State Report Card, we are proud to share the triumphs and challenges we faced in our East Valley Schools during the 2018-2019 school year.
All East Valley School are operating on schedule. Buses will be using alternate snow routes today, Tuesday, January 21, 2020.
The week of Jan. 27th - 31st, we will be celebrating kindness with various spirit days and daily events! Encourage your child to take The Pledge of Kindness: I Pledge to myself on this very day, to try and be kind, In every way. To every person, big or small, I will help them if they fall. When I love myself, and others, too, that is the best that I can do.
For 20 years our community has recognized excellent educators through the Crystal Apple Award. New this year, we are accepting applications for our Crystal Hop Awards. These awards will recognize all employee groups and volunteers. For more information, click the title.
CDC, public health and regulatory officials in several states, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are investigating a multistate outbreak of E.coli infections linked to romaine lettuce harvested from the Salinas, California growing region. CDC is advising that consumers not eat any romaine lettuce harvested from the Salinas, CA growing region. While we do not serve romaine lettuce in East Valley, we do serve other varieties of lettuce grown in this region. As a precautionary measure, we have disposed of all lettuce and will not be serving any until after Thanksgiving break. When we return next week we will resume serving our students lettuce grown from another region not linked to this outbreak.
Click here for more information about our Kinder BRIDGE program and to apply online.