News & Announcements

2019-2021 Educational Support & Operations LEVY FACTS

The EAST VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT is requesting a three year replacement levy on the upcoming February ballot. As promised when we sought support for the 2015 Construction Bond, the amount of money collected will reduce each year over the course of the levy. Levy brochures have been mailed to all East Valley addresses and residents should expect a newsletter revisiting these facts this week. Please review this brochure for more details. You may also visit our LEVY FACTS webpage by clicking on the title of this article.

National School Walkout

We are aware of the potential of a student walkout later this week in response to recent school shootings. The District discourages students from participating in such walkouts and believes that the safest place is in our classrooms. We expect our students to be in class, engaged in learning. Normal attendance policies will be followed.

Lil Devil Cheer Camp

Over the weekend our EVHS Cheerleaders spread spirit to our future Red Devils at the winter Lil' Devil Cheer Camp. After hours of practice, the K-5 participants were ready to take the stage at halftime!

School Board Meeting In Review (January 8, 2018)

On Monday, January 8, 2018, East Valley School Board Directors Charlotte Layman, Matthew Byers, Eric Farmer Seth Basford and Ray Wiseman met with District administrators to discuss and approve agenda items. For more information about the highlights of this Regular School Board Meeting, continue reading by clicking the title of this article.

State Capital Budget Passes - East Valley High School Project Back On-Track

We are thrilled to announce that last night we received confirmation that the State Legislature passed the Capital Budget. As you may know, the hold on the Capital Budget stalled our East Valley High School Modernization and Expansion project. With this exciting news, we are preparing to move forward with putting our high school project out to bid and anticipate construction to begin soon. Thank you for your patience as we have endured this long process. For more information, click on the title to read an article published by The News Tribune.

EVHS Lockdown Update

The previously reported EVHS lockdown has been lifted as of 12:30 pm and school operations have returned to normal.

EVHS was placed in a precautionary lockdown today, Friday February 2nd, beginning at around 11:25 am, as administrators investigated a student situation.  Students were safe and secure in their classrooms during this time. As a reminder, during any lockdown, no one will be allowed entrance to the school.

Surrounding schools were also initially placed in lockdown as a precautionary measure, but quickly returned to their normal schedule.

SPECIAL NOTICE - JANUARY 10, 2018 - Impending Rattlesnake Ridge Landslide

Due to the impending Rattlesnake Ridge landslide on Thorp Road, the East Valley School District will be routing all sports and field trips to and from the lower valley over Konnawac Pass until further notice. This is for the safety of the students, staff and general public who may be traveling with our teams and student groups.

Apply for "Kinder BRIDGE" by January 12, 2018!

We are excited to announce that we will be piloting a new jumpstart to kindergarten program beginning in January 2018. Make sure to get your applications in by January 12th to be considered for our "Kinder BRIDGE" program! For applications and more information, please contact our Special Programs Department at 573-7332 or by email at young.jeri@evsd90.org

2016-2017 Annual Report Is Ready!

Annual Reports reflecting data pertaining to our 2016-2017 school year will be delivered to homes early next week. If you're interested in reviewing information online, please click on the title of this article and scroll through our publications until you see the section titled Annual Reports. You may choose to read this document in either English or Spanish.
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