School Safety Terrace Heights Elementary School

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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.

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Teachers holding handmade signs that spell out
Students with our food service provider getting ready to help serve lunch.
Seahawks mascot Blitz makes a visit and poses with some very excited students.
A paraprofessional and a student riding a tandem style bike together at a conference for visually impaired students.
3 girls bundled up holding freshly crafted snow balls.
Santa stopped by to drop off a presents for the students this year -  a new Black Bear mascot! Thank you T.H.E. PTA!

Santa stopped by to drop off a present for the students this year -  a new Black Bear mascot! Thank you T.H.E. PTA!

Students laughing with Ms. Kelsch during a PAWS assembly at Terrace Heights.
Students watching as their teacher dumps soil on their tunnel designs to see if they will hold up. Part of a science model of the Rattlesnake Ridge landslide issue.
Students in Mrs. Schlenker's Bear Den working on their family flag.
Students in Mrs. Wade's Bear Den working on their family flag.
Kids playing with hoola hoops in P.E. class.
Students with their Kindergarten teacher singing a song.
New kindergarten student holding 3 orange balls in her small arms.

THE Staff at the PLC Institute in Seattle in August 2018!

Social Intervention Class learning about their brains in a small group lesson.

Students learning about the power of the brain!

Students working collaboratively with Chromebooks.

Students at Terrace Heights learn in a 1:1 Technology environment!

Mr. Carey teaching a fully engaged 2nd grade class.

Students in Mr. Carey's music class engaged in lesson about drum beats!

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Upcoming Events

Principal, Tami Scrivner, with Terrace Heights Elementary mascot, the Black Bear, in front of the playground equipment.

Principal's Message

Hello THE Families!
 
Greetings from my stay-at-home office.  With our stay-at-home order, I hope you and your families are staying healthy.  All of us are missing the students, and cannot wait for it to be safe enough for us to return back to school.  This is a very uncertain time for us, but our amazing teachers have been working very hard to support the learning of our students.  Teachers have been reaching out with phone calls and emails to touch base with everyone.  We look forward to connecting with all of you for conferences.  Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.  We are here for you!
 
Take care and be well!
 
Tami Scrivner

Latest News

Quick Updates

Terrace Heights Bulletin Board

June’s character word is courage: the ability to do something that frightens you. Students at T.H.E. have courage!

The latest edition of the T.H.E. Student Herald, June 2020, is now published! While it will not be sent home as normal, you can view it here!
Fall 2020 Virtual Learning

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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.

CLICK HERE FOR UPCOMING DATES & 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.
Grab & Go end of the year student checkout with line of cars.

GRAB & GO STUDENT CHECKOUT

We know many families are wondering how they can get their child's personal belongings. Our schools will be hosting Grab & Go Student Checkouts next week. Read full story for details specific to each school.
Class of 2020 Graduation Virtual Ceremony with EV pitchfork logo and graduates in black throwing caps.

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Join us in celebrating our East Valley High School Class of 2020 seniors! Our virtual graduation ceremony will be live tomorrow, Saturday, June 13th at 10:00 a.m.   Our ceremony will also be aired on YCTV, Charter Spectrum Channel 192, several times over the next couple of weeks. Please visit YCTV for a full list of air dates and times.
Family Night In a Box

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We can't wait to offer a family fun night filled with learning. RSVP today to pick up your Family Night In A Box. This box will encourage students (and families) to use their reasoning skills to solve our mystery message. There will be 9 activities in the box and each activity is a clue to help find a word in the message. Please only one box per family. - All activities are meant to be completed collaboratively. June 3rd - Drive Thru Pick-Up from 5:30-6:30PM

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