Class of 2019 Graduation

Red Devil Band at the 2019 Lilac Parade in Spokane.

Red Devil Band at the 2019 Lilac Parade in Spokane. 

JROTC students hanging upside down in a ropes course training activity.
Two male students working on putting the tread on a longboard they created together in Mr. Stamschror's STEM wood working class.
Red Devil cheerleaders with pink poms in honor of breast cancer awareness month at the homecoming game.
Varsity Boys Basketball works as a team to beat Othello on January 11, 2019.
Juniors participating in the slide game during the pep assembly.
Red Devil football players getting rowdy during the homecoming game.
Secretary of State, Kim Wyman, visited EVHS this fall to stress the importance of voting!

Secretary of State, Kim Wyman, visited this fall to stress the importance of voting!

Red Devil fans cheering in the stands at the homecoming football game.
Future Farmers of America stand in front of their Central Washington State Fair display for 2018. - They won 4th place.
Graduates in the class of 2018 posing with diplomas

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2018!

Graduates holding hands together, up high in praise!
East Valley High School game getting pumped up before heading to the outfield.
Student actors in the spring production of Cinderella.

Red Devil Theatre's spring production of Cinderella was a HUGE SUCCESS!

School Board Directors, the mascot and district administrators break ground on the new high school project.

East Valley High School Modernization and Expansion project is underway! 

 

Upcoming Events

Principal, Kayla Crowe

Principal's Message

Happy March!  It may not feel like it, but Spring is just a few short weeks away! This time of year brings a new sports season, our theater production, and state testing.  State testing is an important part of each student's graduation requirements.  If you have questions regarding state testing, which will begin Mid-March, please contact your child's counselor. 
 
Kayla Crowe

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Just a reminder to pay your $15.00 Chromebook Tech fee! Please use cash or check to pay this fee in the main office. You can also make payments online at https://wa-eastvalley90.intouchreceipting.com/
Picture of the top of the May e-news, featuring East Valley Central Bruin athletes.

East Valley E-news (May 2019)

Stay engaged and keep up to date with what's been happening in our EV schools in this month's E-news (May 2019)! IN THIS ISSUE: *LETTER FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT - CELEBRATING OUR CERTIFICATED STAFF *REQUIRED IMMUNIZATIONS *PREK-K FAMILY FUN NIGHT *GET GOOD REST BEFORE THE TEST *EVHS CLASS OF 2019 DISTINGUISHED SCHOLARS ANNOUNCED *IN OUR SCHOOLS - SMALL STORIES, SHARING BIG SUCCESS *EVHS FFA PLANT SALE *JOIN OUR TEAM
Four pictures from the newsletter. Top left: East Valley Central students examining a bear hide. Top Right: EVHS paraproffesional Russ Bender working with an excited student. Bottom Left: Students at East Valley Elementary Family Night learning how to build popsicle stick catapults. Bottom Right: Seahawks Mascot rallies the stands at Terrace Heights Elementary.

East Valley Excellence - Spring 2019

In this edition: - Superintendent's Letter - Saying Adieu To Our Auditorium - EVHS Construction Progress/Timeline - District Safety Night - In Our Schools - Upcoming Events - Serving All Students - 2019 Communications Survey - Spring Announcements - Catch Our Kids on the Radio
Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences are tomorrow, April 17, 2019.

SPRING PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES

Reminder that tomorrow, Wednesday, April 17th, are our spring parent-teacher conferences for both East Valley Central and East Valley High School and there will be NO SCHOOL for students. Our main offices will be open during regular hours (7:20 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.) and our teachers will be available for conferences from 11:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Classes will resume on Thursday, April 18th.
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Flu Tips

Recently school districts in our area have been experiencing increased numbers of absences due to an influenza like illness. Since the flu can be very contagious and is a potentially serious illness, we have implemented steps for controlling the spread in our district. To read more about how to keep your kids healthy and in school click the title.
Notepad with 2018-2019 Calendar Changes on it.

2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR EXTENDED

Attention East Valley Families – After looking at a variety of options to meet the state’s requirements, the East Valley School District Board of Directors has decided to extend the 2018-2019 school-year to make up for lost instructional time due to our snow days this winter. CLICK THE TITLE TO SEE CALENDAR DATE CHANGES.

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