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!
The Crystal Hop Committee is now accepting nominations for this year's Crystal Hop Awards. Nominations are due Monday, February 1, 2021. For more information, click the title. ** Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will only be accepting applications for Classified & Certificated Crystal Hop Awards. **
Are your kids kindergarten ready?! If you have a child that will be joining us for kindergarten next fall, they may be eligible for our free KINDER BRIDGE program. This half-year program gives kids a jump start in learning the essential academic and social-emotional standards they need to be successful in school. Click the title to learn more about our KINDER BRIDGE program.
As we approach winter break, we’d like to make our families aware of a couple of changes during the week of December 14-18th. To maximize the amount of face-to-face instructional time we have with our hybrid students, we will modify our schedule so that our current ‘Wednesday Schedule’ will take place on Friday. Click 'Read Full Story' for the full details.
Although we advocated on behalf of our students returning as scheduled, the YHD and our insurance provider cited several reasons why they could not recommend the return of our students in grades 9-12 at this time. We understand the need for this new guidance and have decided to postpone the reopening of East Valley High School until the YHD advises it is safe to do so. Read the full release by clicking read more.