News & Announcements

Will your kids be returning for hybrid learning?

If you have students in grades 6-12, we need to know if you're planning to continue with 100% remote learning or if you plan to send your kids back to one of our schools for hybrid learning. Please click the title/read more to be directed to this survey.

Si tiene estudiantes en los grados 6-12, necesitamos saber si planea continuar con el aprendizaje 100% remoto o si planea enviar a sus hijos de regreso a nuestra escuela secundaria para el aprendizaje híbrido. Haga clic en el título / lea más para acceder a esta encuesta.
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Click Here For Bus Routes

Check out our most current bus routes for students that are returning for our hybrid in-person instruction. For questions related to transportation services, call 509-573-7373
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Bulk Meal Pick-Up Update

To accommodate our upcoming shift to the hybrid learning model, we will be providing meals on Wednesdays instead of Tuesdays beginning on Wednesday, October 21st.  Moving forward, bulk meal service will continue every Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
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Help us issue a huge CONGRATULATIONS to EVHS Red Devil, Charlie Phan, for being recognized as a "Commended Student in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program." Last fall Phan scored in the top 3% of the 1.5 million students that took the PSAT in the United States. This high score resulted in him earning this very prestigious and rare title!
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We will be offering daily live tech support times to address family and student needs. This support will be provided remotely through Google Meet. Click the title for tech times and links.
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The Yakima Health District has issued guidance allowing schools to begin a staggered return to schools. We are excited for the opportunity to bring back our East Valley students sooner than originally expected.
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Safe Start Update (September 22, 2020)

Attention East Valley Staff & Families, 

We continue to monitor our situation and are basing our return to hybrid or in-person instruction on the guidance we receive from the Yakima Health District. Based on preliminary discussions about the improvements that we’re seeing in the number of positive COVID cases in our county, we are hopeful that updated guidance will be issued from our local health authorities that allows us to start bringing more students back into our classrooms sooner than originally expected. We are currently working on a revised education plan with the Yakima Health District and plan to release our hybrid implementation model for our staff, parents and families in the next 10-14 days.  This plan will outline the logistics of bringing students back safely so that we are prepared to make a safe and smooth transition for our students, staff and families. We appreciate the patience and understanding that you have continued to show as we navigate this evolving situation.
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