We are so excited to get back to work with the kiddos after winter break! All of our safety protocols will remain in place as we begin 2021 together. The students have done a wonderful job with our safety measures.
What an amazing hygiene drive we had before winter break. It was amazing to see everything families donated. Wow, what a generous outpouring of support for our community. Thank you all! I know the donations were much appreciated.
January is always a benchmark testing month for us, and will remain this year as well. You will be receiving more information about testing as it gets closer.
Thank you for the patience, grace, and support you have given us during the time. We will continue to serve our students through all of the changes that come our way.
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns (573-7820). We are here to help!
Last week Governor Jay Inslee changed the masking requirements for outdoor events where attendance will be over 500 people. Due to this new mask mandate, all spectators at our East Valley High School football games will be required to wear a mask (regardless of vaccination status). This new masking requirement went into effect on Monday, September 13, 2021.
While we understand that there could be some inconvenience in wearing a mask while outdoors, we know our EV community will continue to support our athletes and students by making sure to mask up. With over 600 fans (sometimes nearly 1,200 depending on the opponent) attending our games, we meet the masking requirement for outdoor events for our football games.
Let’s mask up so they can play! Go Big Red!
Dear Families and Guardians,
We are excited as we prepare for the new school year. Your child’s safety is always our number one highest priority. Please follow the procedures when bringing your student to and from school. (Click for more information)
The East Valley School District would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our families and the EV community for their support, patience, and flexibility throughout this past year while dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
To say the 2020-2021 school year was challenging for our families is an understatement. Going from 100% online learning, to hybrid, to elementary schools going back to all day in-person, and finally EVC and EVHS returning to all day, in-person; there has been one adjustment after another. Then, you add in filling out daily attestations, stocking up on facemasks, and keeping track of everyone your child came within 6’ of in the course of a day. It’s been a lot. It was a lot to ask of you. But, YOU did it…and we thank you!
We hope you thoroughly enjoy your summer break. You have earned it!
It is with great pleasure that we announce Roel Juarez as the new Principal of Moxee Elementary effective July 1, 2021. Mr. Juarez began his career with the East Valley School District in 2009. His first roles were as a substitute teacher and coach. He was hired at EVC in 2014 as a computer science and health teacher. He later became the ELL (English Language Learners) teacher and advocate for the building. After...(click to read more)
East Valley Central and East Valley High School will be resuming all day, in-person school beginning Thursday, May 20th. The Yakima Health District announced on May 10, 2021, that Yakima County COVID-19 case counts were below 200 cases per 100,000 over 14 days, which allows secondary schools (middle and high schools) to return to all day, in-person classes with 3’ social distancing and mask requirements. (Current Yakima County rate is 144). Read More...