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East Valley School District
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INSIDE: Look for this image on pages 8-17 for information presented in both English
and Spanish to prepare you and your child for the new school year.
This section offers details on food service ... student immunization ... student health
and
safety ... kindergarten registration ... dress code ... special services ... and more!
school
EAST
VALLEY
SCHOOL DISTRICT
NEWS
August 2015
Inspiring and empowering all in the pursuit of excellence
Welcome to the East Valley School District!
The East Valley School District Board of Directors and I are delighted to welcome our
students and community to the East Valley School District as we begin the 2015-2016
school year. As the district continues to grow, over 3,000 students will enter into our
classrooms on a daily basis with bright eyes and an eagerness to learn. As new families
continue to move into our community throughout the school year, we extend a warm
welcome from the East Valley School District. You will find East Valley to be a warm and
caring community that is committed to providing the best possible education and support for our children.
Significant past accomplishments give our district reason to celebrate and build on as
we launch into a new school year. Many talented teachers and staff members guide our
students’ learning as we reach new heights in student success. Enriched programs and
innovative strategies implemented by our teachers over the past years are making
a significant difference in the success of our children.
Each of our schools will continue to implement programs and strategies to meet individual learning needs for all
students. We are making great progress as our talented teachers and support staff members continue to implement
best practices for every child in every classroom every day throughout the school year. I assure you that we will
continue our thrust to see that the East Valley School District is recognized as “the best in the teaching and learning
business.”
Thanks to the dedication of our excellent and caring staff, the East Valley Schools are able to provide a rich and
safe environment where students grow and develop to their full potential. Please contact me if you have any questions as we work together to make East Valley School District a great place for our children to learn. This truly will
be an exciting year for the East Valley School District and our community as we work together to achieve excellence
while educating our children!
I wish you and your family a safe and successful school year.
East Valley School
District classes
resume on
Monday, August 31
LATE START for all schools:
EVHS & EVC at 8:50;
elementaries at 9:50
School buildings reopen
on Monday, August 17
Parents can register new students, withdraw
students leaving the district, pick up free and
reduced lunch forms, update immunization
records, and/or answer any school questions.
EVHS & East Valley Central MS:
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Elementary schools: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
— John Schieche, Superintendent
EVHS schedule pickup:
Sophomores and seniors: Tuesday,
August 18: 8:00 a.m. to noon
Freshmen and juniors: Wednesday,
August 19: 8am - noon
Students may purchase an ASB sticker ($20),
put money in lunch account, and get a parking
tag (free through first week of school).
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School Board sets
bond vote for Nov. 3
The East Valley School District Board of Directors passed
a resolution in June that will place a $52.9 million bond on
the ballot for November 3, 2015.
This bond will fund district improvement projects at
three of our schools. The bond will support renovating
and expanding East Valley High School due to the aging
35-year-old facility and overcrowding caused by continued student enrollment growth. East Valley High School
was originally built to accommodate 450 students and now
serves over 850 students.
The bond will also include funding to construct additional classrooms and a physical education facility at East
Valley Central Middle School in order to support the continuing enrollment growth at that building.
Also, security systems would be installed at both East
Valley Central School and East Valley High School to protect our students from acts of violence.
In addition, parking at Moxee Elementary School would
be increased to accommodate increased traffic flow and
provide additional space for parent and staff parking.
The District Facility/Bond Committee, which includes
parents, community members and various educators, began meeting in October 2014 to study the facility needs
of the district and to prepare a recommendation to the
EVSD Board of Directors. Committee members presented
the $52.9 million bond recommendation during the regular
board meeting this past June. The proposal included a recommendation to pay the bond off in a 15-year time period.
With two current bonds being paid off in December
2015, the projected cost to tax payers will decrease from
the current rate by 56 cents per $1,000 of assessed property value.
The East Valley School District will be conducting community forums over the next few months to provide additional information related to the facility needs and bond.
August 2015
Hi, everyone!
My name is Russ Hill,
the new assistant
superintendent in the East
Valley School District.
I come to East Valley from
the Highland School
District, where I was the
principal of Marcus
Whitman-Cowiche
Elementary and the
director of Teaching and
Learning.
I received my B.A. degree from Central
Washington University in elementary education,
with math education and special education minors.
I earned my master’s degree and principal
certification from Heritage University, followed
by my superintendent’s certification in 2013 from
Washington State University. I had the good
fortune of beginning my teaching career right here
at Moxee Elementary, by completing my student
teaching in Jan Delfel’s 2nd grade classroom
during 1999. I have taught secondary math (both
high and junior high), K-12 special education, and
K-12 Title 1 in the Easton and West Valley School
Districts. My administrative experience includes
tenures at River View High School and, as I
mentioned, Marcus Whitman-Cowiche
Elementary.
I bring experience at a variety of grade
levels and in a variety of positions and am looking
forward to using my experiences to provide
leadership and positive contributions to the East
Valley learning community. I am very excited to
be joining the East Valley School District, getting
to know our staff, students, parents, and community members and working together to ensure our
students’ success.
Please feel free to swing by my office or contact
me via email ([email protected]) or phone
(573-7321) at any time with questions, comments,
or concerns.
The majority of the Nov. 3 bond would support
renovations and expansions for the currently
overcrowded East Valley High School.
Sincerely,
— Russ Hill
August 2015
EAST VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT NEWS — Page 3
EV athletic registration now
online through FamilyID
East Valley athletes will now register for their activity
online with a convenient online registration program offered by FamilyID that is a secure registration platform
that provides users with an easy, user-friendly way to register for athletics, and helps us to be more administratively
efficient and environmentally responsible.
When a parent/guardian registers through FamilyID, the
system keeps track of their information in the FamilyID
profile so that they can enter their information only once
for multiple seasons and multiple family members. District
officials believe that the online registration system will not
only benefit the school athletic office, but will be a welcome change for parents/guardians, as well.
Fees must still be submitted in the school office.
For step-by-step instructions, go to:
• For EVC athletes:
www.familyid.com/east-valley-central-ms
• For EVHS athletes:
www.familyid.com/east-valley­high-school
Athletic Practice Dates:
• EVHS: August 19: First football practice
• EVHS: August 24: First practices for girls soccer,
volleyball and cross-country, and girls swimming
• EVC: Fall sport practices begin on the first day of school
on August 31 after school.
NOTE: Athletes are required to have a current physical
and all paperwork completed and turned in BEFORE beginning practice.
7th & 8th grade fall athletic parent meeting:
• August 25 at 6 p.m. in the EVC gym.
Join our EVSD
e-mail news service!
Have you seen the new feature on our East Valley
School district website?
You can subscribe to receive automatic e-mails to
receive:
• News alert notifications
• District communications
Subscribe on the link found on our homepage at
www.evsd90.org
Back to School
Open Houses & BBQs
East Valley Elementary — Wednesday, Aug. 26
5:30-6:30 p.m., with BBQ from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Moxee Elementary — Wednesday, August 26
5:30pm-6:30 p.m., with BBQ from 6:00pm-7:00pm
Terrace Heights Elementary — Wed., Aug. 26
5:30-6:30 p.m., with BBQ from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
East Valley Central — Tuesday, August 25
5:00-6:30 p.m.
IDs and schedules will be available for pick up.
East Valley High School — Friday, Sept. 18
5:00-6:30 p.m.
School District Contact Information
Administration Office...................................573-7300
Superintendent - John Scheiche.....................573-7320
Assistant Superintendent - Russ Hill.............573-7321
Administrative Assistant/Human Resources
- Sheryl Seaman.........................................573-7322
Business Manager - Justin Scully...................573-7334
District Administrator - Jeri Young.................573-7332
Director of Special Services
- Mary Kay Weber........................................573-7330
East Valley High School, Grades 9-12............573-7400
Principal - Dottie Say
Asst. Principal - Kayla Monroe-Crowe
East Valley Central MS, Grades 6-8................573-7500
Principal - Matt Toth
Asst. Principal - Eric Hevland
East Valley Elementary, Grades PreK-5..........573-7600
Principal - Colleen Crowston
Moxee Elementary, Grades K-5......................573-7700
Principal - Monica Masias
Terrace Heights Elementary, Grades K-5.......573-7800
Principal - Tami Scrivner
East Valley School Board Of Directors
Wes Edwards.................................................910-9117
Eric Farmer....................................................895-9707
Charlotte Layman...........................................307-3826
Dave McFadden..............................................952-0652
Jim Penning...................................................952-2704
Browse our website and learn more about
our district at www.evsd90.org
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News from
August 2015
Moxee Elementary School
Terrace Heights Elementary
East Valley Elementary School
Meet our new principal at
Terrace Heights Elementary!
New principal Tami Scrivner is looking forward to welcoming all of the students
who’ll be attending Terrace
Heights Elementary School
during the 2015-2016 school
year!
Ms. Scrivner has worked
at Terrace Heights Elementary
School since 2001, first serving as a kindergarten teacher
for 12 years and then as the
student learning improvement
coordinator and coach for the
past two years. She completed her principal certification
and administrative internship in 2014.
Ms. Scrivner is succeeding Bob Adamson, who retired
as the school’s principal at the end of the 2014-2015 school
year.
THE’s Got Talent!
On May 11, students and even a couple of staff
members at Terrace Heights Elementary participated
in an inaugural school-wide talent show that showcased the skills of more than 15 acts.
Students from 3rd through 5th grades got the
chance to show their skills at singing, dancing, playing piano, and playing guitar. The entertainment
even included karate, hula hoops, magic tricks, and
joke telling. Retiring principal Bob Adamson and
“Dan the Jan” (janitor Dan Holzer) got in on the action, as well.
It was wonderful to see so much talent and watch
these students perform in front of their teachers and
peers. We hope to continue this tradition and see
even more talent next year. Congratulations to all
our participants!
— Tami Scrivner, Terrace Heights principal
Tab collections at elementary schools help McDonald’s charity
In June, East Valley Elementary principal Colleen
Crowston, and new Terrace Heights Elementary principal
Tami Scrivner, delivered over 600,000 pull tabs to the Ronald McDonald House in Spokane.
The Moxee, Terrace Heights and East Valley elementary
schools participate in a fun competition each year to collect pull tabs for Ronald McDonald House, which supports
programs that benefits the families of seriously ill children.
Why pull tabs? Ronald McDonald House Charities initiated its Tab Collection Program that raises funds through
recyling because the tabs are made from a different type
of metal than the rest of the can. Since the tabs are much
smaller and cleaner than cans, Ronald McDonald House is
able to handle the large volume that it receives. They are
easily removed from the can and allow for any individual
or community groups to participate.
The three schools had fun collecting the tabs and competing with one another. More importantly, the staff and
students were happy to be helping families in need.
Fun fact: If the 600,000+ tabs collected at the East Val-
ley schools this past year were to be lined up end to end,
they would reach over 10 miles.
Each building has begun collecting for the upcoming
school year. The donated pull tabs can come from beverage cans as well as soup and single serving dishes. You
may participate by dropping your collection off at any of
the elementary building offices!
Principals Tami
Scrivner and Colleen
Crowston with just
some of the boxes
of pull tabs collected
for Spokane’s Ronald
McDonald House.
August 2015
EAST VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT NEWS — Page 5
Hall Auto’s Jaclyn Midkiff (standing in back at left) with members of Lisa Bartheld’s
Leadership group and a pair of the new Buddy Benches that were purchased for East Valley Elementary.
Leadership students earn “Change” award!
A friendship-minded idea to assist new classmates drove
East Valley Elementary School’s Leadership students into
the elite list of winners of this past spring’s “Change Is
Good” contest from Bob Hall Auto Dealerships.
The contest asked youths througout the Yakima Valley
to write how they could make their school or playground a
better place.
EVE’s Leadership group, which operates under the direction of Lisa Bartheld, wrote about the need for new students to have a place during lunch recess where they could
go to meet their new classmates or visit with a student
from the Leadership team. The school used the award
to purchase new “Buddy Benches” that were installed this
summer.
“We have all had the experience of being the new kid or
needing someone to spend time with,” shared Jaclyn Midkiff when she awarded the check for the benches during
the May 3 ceremony at Sarg Hubbard Park
The EVE Leadership group submitted one of just seven
applications that were selected to share in $20,000 in
awards from the local auto dealership. Applications came
in from local organizations involving 763 children.
— Colleen Crowston, EVE principal
News from
East Valley Central Middle School
Meet our 2015 Crystal Apple Award winner
Madeleine Funk, a teacher at East Valley Central Middle School, is the recipient of the 2015 East Valley Crystal Apple Award!
Each spring, students, parents, staff members, and community members
have the opportunity to nominate an outstanding employee from our schools to
be recognized with the Crystal Apple Award. The nominations are submitted to
the Crystal Apple Award Committee, which determines the finalist for the annual recognition.
Ms. Funk has been an outstanding teacher in the East Valley School District
for the past 14 years. Mark Roy, Chairman of the Crystal Apple Award Committee, recognized Ms. Funk on Thursday, May 7, for her outstanding work as an
East Valley School District teacher.
Ms. Funk was nominated for this prestigious award by East Valley student
parent Julie Byers. Congratulations, Ms. Funk!
t Pictured: Ms. Funk with her children, Cami and David.
Page 6 — EAST VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT NEWS
News from
August 2015
East Valley High School
East Valley’s Class of 2015 graduates 170
(including “thebenevolentone3”!)
This year’s commencement ceremony at the Yakima SunDome the evening of June 6 affirmed to family and friends
the special nature of each student in East Valley’s graduating class of 2015.
But the conclusion of the speech by co-valedictorian Konner Sauve – which revealed the secret behind an ongoing
social media mystery that had kept the school abuzz since
last fall – helped to further solidify the importance of each
young person who is a part of the entire EVHS student body.
Co-valedictorians for the class were Konner Sauve and
Weston Kroes, who completed their high school careers with
perfect 4.0 grade point averages and are both heading to
Spokane to continue their education. Konner is the son of
Kevin and Brenda Sauve and will be starting school this fall
at Gonzaga University. Weston is the son of Mardell Kroes
and Art Kroes and will be enrolling at Whitworth University.
Shannon Bloom, the daughter of Lowell and Renay Bloom,
was the class salutatorian, with a g.p.a. of 3.99. She will be
attending Willamette University.
Other members of the EVHS class of 2015 who were recognized as Distinguished Scholars for having the top gpa’s
among the graduating class were:
• Hannah Harrington (3.97, University of Montana
Western)
• Navjot Kaur (3.96, University Of Washington)
• Joslyn Magana (3.94, Perry Technical Institute)
• Andre Nielsen (3.93, Central Washington University)
• Miranda Lyman (3.92, State University of New York at
Purchase)
• Rose See (3.90, Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania)
• Allison Eckert (3.90, University Of Washington)
As part of the commencement ceremony, class members
Miranda Lyman and Abby Bock sang a musical tribute to
their graduating class.
During his valedictorian speech, Sauve surprised everyone by revealing he had been the one who was posting
an anonymous series of affirmational messages on Instagram about the students at EVHS. Throughout the school
year, the co-valedictorian copied yearbook photos and located selfies to accompany his individual message about the
positive talents, personalities, and contributions of this past
year’s student body, as well as the class of 2014. The series from the account of “thebenevolentone3” included 657
postings. Although he did not quite finish putting up material for some of the underclassmen, a couple of new anonymous accounts have emerged to continue the process.
Sauve’s Instagram project – and his revelation about it
during the graduation speech – drew national media attention by ABC’s Good Morning America, Us magazine, MTV,
and TV news affiliates throughout the country.
Co-valedictorian
Konner Sauve
Co-valedictorian
Weston Kroes
August 2015
EAST VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT NEWS — Page 7
With much appreciation and
greatest wishes to the recently retired
members of the East Valley staff ...
ley Elementary 5th grade
Audrey Van Horn (East Val
Hiler (Terrace Heights
teacher, hired 1977), Kristin
r, hired 1979,) Judy Wright
Elementary 3rd grade teache
Dena Westphall
(EVHS lead cook, hired 1979),
4), and Margaret
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hire
(transportation supervisor,
apro, hired 2008).
Deccio (Moxee Elementary par
April Adamso
n (Moxee Elem
entary
2nd grade te
acher, hired
1983)
Bob Adamson (Ter
race Heights
Elementary principa
l, hired 1983)
English
Beth McCormick (EVHS
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ed
hir
teacher,
Mike Messinger (assistant
superintendent, hired 2003),
now the superintendent at the
Kittitas School District
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BACK TO
school
August 2015
2015-2016 Food Service Program
2015-16 School Lunch and Breakfast Prices
GRADE LEVEL
Elementary PreK-3 Elementary 4-5
Middle School 6-8
High School 9-12
FULL PRICE
Lunch
Breakfast
$2.50
$1.60 $2.50
$1.60
$2.70
$1.65
$2.75 $1.65
REDUCED PRICE
Lunch
Breakfast
00¢ 00¢
40¢
00¢
40¢
00¢
40¢
00¢
Additional prices: Adult and visitors - $3.50 (Adult meals cost more because the school district receives
federal reimbursement for student’s meals, but not for adult meals. Their prices reflect actual costs.)
Applications for free & reduced meals are now available
A new household meal application must be submitted
each year. Only one form is needed for each household.
However, any NEW student including a kindergartner, must
have a new application, even if older siblings have been
receiving benefits.
Complete and mail your meal application NOW. Do not
wait for the first day of school. Applications may take up
to ten (10) days to process. Applications have already
been mailed to families. They will also be available at each
building including the district office at 2002 Beaudry Road
in Yakima.
They may be mailed to the district office or returned to
the school office where your youngest child attends school.
Families are responsible to pay full price for all meals
prior to approval.
Meal pre-payment is encouraged
Student meals may be paid at the time of purchase or
pre-paid. Meal account prepayments will be accepted on
August 18-19 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. only at the
High School Cafeteria. To avoid a zero balance and to
help assure faster lunch lines, we encourage all parents
and students to pay at least one week, or preferably, one
month ahead of time for breakfast and lunches. If a student has no money in his/her account, the lunchroom staff
will offer a courtesy snack at no charge.
If checks are returned twice due to non-sufficient funds,
further meals will be on a cash basis only.
Students may access their meal account with their student ID number (same number as last year). Student numbers will be available after August 18, 2015. Our goal is
to consistently and accurately track the money you deposit
with us. You may go online or call 573-7466 on school days
between 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. if you have questions regarding your student’s meal account.
Account balances will automatically follow your student
if he or she transfers to another school within our district and any balance will carry over to the following school
year.
East Valley Food service does not include any peanut
products in our meals. Exception: EVHS/EVC offer a la
cart items that may include peanuts, granola bars and trail
mix.
Please provide allergy information
If your child has a life-threatening food allergy, a meeting with food service and a diet prescription is required
prior to students receiving meals at school. Contact the
school nurse during the school year at 833-9375 or Darlene LaBella anytime at 573-7435.
Student immunization requirements
Washington state law RCW 28A.210.080 requires all children to have the proper immunization records for certain
vaccine-preventable diseases in order to attend school.
Skipping vaccinations or missing vaccine doses makes it
more likely that your child can get sick or give an illness to
another child.
East Valley is taking a firm stand starting with the 20152016 school year by requiring the necessary immunizations
for all students attending school this fall. Please note that
if you fail to provide the district proof of the required immunizations in accordance with state law, your child will be
excluded from starting and attending school until the district
has received the following:
1. A current immunization record from your physician with
the Certificate of Immunization Status showing that your
child has received any current and/or missing vaccine(s); OR
2. A Certificate of Exemption showing you have a medical,
religious, or personal reason for not vaccinating your child.
Please note that RCW 28A.210.090 now requires the certificate of exemption to be signed by your healthcare provider.
Kindergarten entry requires:
• 5 doses of Dtap (required K-12)
• 3 doses of Hepatitis B (required K-12)
• 2 doses MMR or MMRV (required K-12)
• 2 doses Varicella – Chicken pox (required K-8)
• 4 doses of Polio vaccine (required K-12)
In addition, all children attending 6th-12th grades must
show proof of the Tdap vaccination.
Starting this 2015-16 school year, all students in 7th and
8th grade are required by law to have 2 doses of the chicken pox (varicella) vaccine or obtain a letter from a licensed
healthcare provider to verify that your student had chicken
pox disease in the past.
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the district office at 573-7300.
August 2015
EAST VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT NEWS — Page 9
2015-2016 Servicio de alimentos
2015-2016 precios del almuerzo y desayuno escolar
Grado Primaria del PreK-3
Primaria del 4-5
Secundaria del 6-8
Preparatoria del 9-12
PRECIO COMPLETO Almuerzo
Desayuno
$2.50
$1.60
$2.50
$1.60
$2.70
$1.65
$2.75
$1.65
PRECIO REDUCIDO
Almuerzo Desayuno
00¢
00¢
40¢
00¢
40¢
00¢
40¢
00¢
Adulto/visitante: $3.50. Leche adicional $.50. (Los alimentos para adulto cuestan mas porque el distrito recibe el
reemb­olso federal por losalimentos de los estudiantes, pero no por los de los adultos.
El precio refleja el verdadero costo.)
Ya estan disponibles los formularios para alimentos gratis o a precio reducido
Cada hogar tiene que completar unformulario de alimentos Los estudiantes pueden tener acceso a su cuenta de alimentos
nuevo cada aflo. Se necesita solamente un formulario por hogar. con su tarjeta de identificación de estudiante o con su numero
Sin embargo, cualquier estudiante nuevo incluyendo a un cur- de identificación de estudiante. (el mismo del afio pasado) Los
sante del Kinder, tiene que llenar unformulario nuevo, aun cu- numeros de los estudiantes estaran disponibles despues de! 18
de agosto, 2015 con la secretaria de su plantel o en la oficina
ando Los hermanos mas grandes ya esten recibiendo beneficios.
Completo y envie el formulario AHORA. No espere hasta el del servicio de alimentos. Nuestra meta es registrar consistenteprimer dia de clases. Puede tomar hasta diez (10) dias para mente y con precision el dinero que usted deposito con nosotros.
procesar el formulario. Aplicaciones han sido enviados a familias. Si usted tiene preguntas referentes a la cuenta de alimentos de
Tambien estaran disponibles en cada plantel escolar incluy- su estudiante, usted puede visitarnos en internet o puede llama
endo la oficina del distrito escolar en el 2002 Beaudry Road en al 573-7466 en dias de escuela entre las 7:00 am y las 2:00 pm.
Yakima.
Los saldos de las cuentas seguinin automaticamente a los es Tambien puede enviarlas por correo a la oficina del distrito es- tudiantes siel o ella se cambia a otra escuela en el mismo distrito,
colar o llevarlas a la oficina de la escuela en donde asiste su hijo su saldo se traspasara para el siguiente afio escolar
o hija.
El servicio de alimentos de East Valley no incluye ningun pro Las familias son resoponsables de pagar el précio completo ducto con cacahuate en sus comidas. Los estudiantes de Ia Prepara todas las comidas antes de la aprobacion
paratoria: la excepcion EVHS y los de la Secuandaria: EVC podran
Se les exhorta a pagar con anticipaci0n por los alimentos
comprar individualmente barritas de granola y refrigerios,
Las comidas de los estudiantes pueden pagarse previamente o
pagarse a la hora de comprarlas. Los pagos previos a la cuenta de Se necesita informacion sobre alergias a los alimentos
comidas se aceptaran el 18 y el 19 de agosto desde las 8:00 a.m. Si su hijo tiene alergias a comidas que atentan contra su vida,
hasta las 12:00 de la tarde en la cafeteria de la preparatoria sola- se necesita una junta y una receta para la dieta antes de que el
mente. Para evitar un saldo de cero y para asegurar la rapidez de nifio(a) reciba alimentos en la escuela. Contacte a la enfermera
la fila del almuerzo, Animamos a todos los papas y estudiantes a de la escuela durante el año escolar al 573-7435 o Darlene Laque paguen por lo menos una semana, o de preferencia, un mes Bella a cualquier hora al 573-7435.
por adelantado de desayunos y almuerzos. Si un estudiante no
tiene dinero en su cuenta, el personal del comedor le ofrecera sin
costo un refrigerio de cortesia.
Si se botan los cheques dos veces por no haber fondos, los
demas ali­mentos se le venderan solamente con efectivo.
Notificación de los requisitos de inmunización
Ley de estado de Washington RCW 28A.210.080 requiere
que todos los niños tienen los registros de inmunización adecuada para ciertas enfermedades prevenibles con vacunas con
el fin de asistir a la escuela. Falta vacunas o falta de dosis de
vacuna hace más probable que su hijo puede enfermarse o
dar una enfermedad a otro niño.
Este valle está tomando una posición firme a partir del año
2015-16 exigiendo las vacunas necesarias para todos los estudiantes asisten a la escuela este otoño. Tenga en cuenta
que si usted no puede proporcionar el prueba de las inmunizaciones necesarias según la ley estatal del distrito, su niño
será excluido de iniciar y asistir a la escuela hasta el distrito
ha recibido los siguientes:
1. Una inmunización actual grabar de su médico con el Estado del certificado de vacunación que muestra que su hijo ha
recibido cualquier corriente
y/o falta de vacuna; O
2. Un Certificado de exención mostrando que tiene una
razón médica, religiosa o personal para no vacunar a su hijo.
Entrada jardín de la infancia requiere:
• 5 dosis de D tap (requiere K-12)
• 3 dosis de Hepatitis B (requiere K-12)
• 2 dosis MMR o MMRV (requiere K-12)
• 2 dosis de varicela, varicela (requiere K-8)
• Vacuna contra la polio (requiere K-12)
Desde 2007, todos los niños que asisten a la sexta (6th)
grado debe mostrar prueba de la T dap vacunación.
A partir de este año 2015-16, todos los alumnos en la 7th y
8º grado deben por ley tener 2 dos dosis de vacuna contra la
varicela (varicela) o obtener una carta de un médico con licencia para verificar que su alumno tenía enfermedad de varicela
en el pasado
Si usted tiene preguntas o inquietudes, no dude en contactar con la oficina del distrito al 573-7300.
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Child Find
East Valley School District has a duty to locate, identify,
and evaluate all children who reside within our boundaries who may have exceptional educational needs. It is our
policy to locate and screen all children, ages birth through
21, with suspected disabilities who are residents of the
district and who have not graduated from high school.
Our Child Find activities are designed to locate and
screen children in the following groups: children below
school-entry age; children entering school for the first
time; children currently enrolled in public and private
schools; all transfer pupils; and any other resident schoolage children who are eligible to attend school but who are
not currently attending school.
Upon request and with the permission of the parents/
guardians, the school district will screen any child to determine whether a special education referral is appropriate.
Such a request may be made by contacting any of the
school buildings or the Director of Special Programs at
573-7330.
New students
NEW STUDENTS who registered last spring and those
RETURNING FROM LAST YEAR do not need to register
again prior to the opening day of school. New student
room assign­ments will be mailed or available at the school
office for pickup once offices open on August 17.
Pre-Kindergarten Screening
Aug. 18th, 19th, & 20th
East Valley Elementary Library
6pm – 7pm
All 4 & 5 yr. old
children that plan to enter
Kindergarten Fall 2016/17
are invited to participate in the
pre-screening activity.
The data will be used to
assist in the planning for
parent/family nights
geared toward ensuring
that our children are
Kindergarten ready!
Hope to see you there!!!
The East Valley School District’s dress code was developed by a committee of students, parents, and staff. Below
is a summary of some key portions of the dress requirements. The dress code will be printed in its entirety in the
student handbook provided to all students in the fall.
The following specific dress expectations are in effect
during school hours:
Shirts/tops: Appearance that distracts from the learning process is unacceptable. For this reason, excessively
revealing tops, exposed underwear, tube tops, halter tops,
muscle shirts or tank tops that are cut low under the arm,
shirts that expose the midriff or back, sheer or see-through
clothing, and excessively low-cut tops are prohibited.
Shirts must have a two-finger minimum width at the
shoul­der. Any part of the bra, except straps that accidentally fall out, cannot be showing.
Shirts will be long enough to cover the stomach and
back.
Pants/Shorts/Skirts: Pants that are excessively oversized or undersized (two or more waist sizes from the normal) are not permitted.
The following apparel and items that can be an indicator
of gang activity are prohibited on East Valley School District property at any time:
• Showing “colors” through clothing items, such as
shoelac­es, gloves, belts, hats, shirts, and sweat shirts is
not permitted.
• Any apparel or items that have gang-related numbers,
symbols, designs, drawings, or lettering is not permitted
on property or body.
The dress code at EVSD requires that students wear appropriate school dress. Alcohol, drug, or sexual messag­
es are not permitted. Students will be asked to cover
inappropri­ate clothing or go home and change. Gang-related apparel will not be permitted at school or at school
activities.
Kindergarten Registration
Children who will be 5 years old by August 31, 2015, are
eligible to begin kindergar­ten this fall.
To register, call: Moxee Elementary at 573-7700, East
Valley Elementary at 573-7600, or Terrace Heights Elementary at 573-7800 between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
Plan to bring your child’s birth certificate, immunization
records, and proof of residen­cy to school.
BASE Childcare in District
The YMCA Before and After School Enrichment (BASE)
Program is available at East Valley and Terrace Heights Elementary Schools during the school year. Cost of the program is based on usage and student’s age. Kin­dergarten
through age 12 may attend from one, three, or five days a
week, morning or afternoon, or both.
The program includes structured in­door and outdoor activities. For more information and to register call Mikeal
Doyle at the Yakima Family YMCA, 509-972-5251 or visit
the YMCA at 5 N. Naches Ave.
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Codigo de Vestuario Escolar
Este codigo de vistuario sera imprentado completamente en el libro de mano que se es provee a los estudiantes en el otofio. Asi los padres y los estudiantes pueden
saber de los cambios antes de ir de compras para la ropa
de la escuela durante el verano. Los cambios mayores
estan escritos abajo.
Lo siguiente son las expectaciones especificas de vestu­
ario y estan en efecto durante las horas de clase.
Camisas /Blusas: Aparencias que pueden distraer el
proceso de aprendizaje son inaceptable. Por esta razon
blusas demasia­das reveladoras, ropa interior a la vista,
camisas de resorte sin • tirantes, o sin mangas, o blusas
de tirantes que tienen corte muy abajo de! brazo, camisas que ensefia la mitad de la espalda o toda la espalda,
delgada o muy trasparente, camisas de hombre de tirante
delgado sin mangas minimos 2 centimentos de ancho en
el hombro y blusas con corte muy bajo son prohbidas. Las
camisas deben de ser suficientes Jargas para cubrir el estomago y la espalda. Cualquier parte del brasier, menos los
tirantes que pueden salirse no deben ser vistos.
Pantalones/Shorts/Faldas: Pantalones que estan demasiados grandes o muy entallados (2 o mas medidas de
lo normal) no son permitidos.
Los siguientes articulos que pueden ser una indicacion
de actividad de pandilla son prohbidos en la propiedad del
Distrito Escolar de East Valley:
• Ensenando colores atraves de articulos de ropa como
cintas de zapatos, guantes, cintos, gorras, camisas y sudaderas no son permitidos.
• Cualquier articulo que tiene numeros relacionado con
pandillas simbolos, disefios, dibujos o letras no se permiten en la propiedad o en la persona.
El codigo de vestuario en la preparatoria de East Valley requiere que estudiantes se vistan apropiadamente al
codigo escolar. Alcohol, drogas, o mensajes sexuales no
son permiti­dos. A los estudiantes se les pedira que se
cubran su vistuario inapropiado o que se vayan a casa a
cambiarse. Ropas relacio­nadas a las pandillas no seran
permitidas en la escuela o en las actividades escolares.
La Guarderia BASE en el distrito
El Programa de Enriquecimiento Antes y Despues de
Escue/a (BASE) de/ YMCA esta disponible en las primarias
East Valley y Terrace Heights durante el aiio escolar. El
costo de/ programa esta basado en el uso y en la edad de/
estudi­ante. Pueden asistir de/ kinder hasta la edad de 12
y podran asistir uno, tres, o cinco dias ala semana, en la
maiiana o en la tarde o ambos.
El programa incluye actividades organizadas adentro y
afuera. Para mas informaci6n y para registrarse /lame a
Mikeal Doyle en el Yakima Family YMCA, al 509-972-5251
o visite el YMCA en el 5 N. Naches Ave.
Se buscan niños
El distrito escolar de East Valley tiene el deber de identificar y evaluar a todos los niños que viven dentro de
nuestros los limites y que tienen necesidades educativas
especia­les. Es nuestra politica localizar los y evaluar­los
a todos, de las edades de nacimiento hasta Los 21, que
tengan alguna sospecha de inca­pacidad, que viven en lo
que abarca el distrito y que no se han graduado de la
preparatoria
Nuestras actividades de busqueda de niños, esta designada a localizar y evaluar a los niños en los siguientes
grupos: niños que estan por debajo de la edad escolar;
niños que entraran a la escuela por primera vez; niños matriculados actualmente en escuelas publi­cas y privadas;
todos los alumnos transferidos y cualquier otro residente
de edad escolar quien es elegible para asistir a la escuela
pero que no asiste actualmente a la escuela.
El distrito escolar evaluara cualquier niño para determinar si es que el (ella) necesita una referenda para educacion especial apro­piada, si es requerido y con el permiso
de los papas o tutores. Tai peticion puede ser hecha poniendose en contacto con cualquiera de los planteles educativos o con el Director de Prograrnas Especiales al 5737330.
Registraciones para el Kinder
Los niños que tesan cinco años de edad antes el 31 de
agosto del 2015, son elegibles para comenzar el kinder
este ano.
Para registrarse, llamas a la Primaria Moxee al 5737700, a la Primaria East Valley al 573-7600 a la Primaria
Terrace Heights al 573-7800 entre las 9:00 a.m. y las 3:00
p.m.
Necesitara llevar a la escuela el acta de nacimiento del
niño(a), el record de vacunas y comprobante de domicilio.
Estudiantes nuevos
Los estudiantes nuevos que se matricularon en la primavera pasada y LOS QUE REGRESAN DEL ANO PASADO no
necesitan matricularse otra vez antes de que empiecen las
clases. Nueavas salas de clase de alumno sera’ enviados
por correo o disponildes en la oficina para recoger una vez
abren oficinas en 17 de agosto.
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Student Health and Safety
East Valley School District stu­dents with life-threatening
health conditions are required to notify the child’s school
before attending school. Those conditions include anything
that puts the child in dan­ger of death during the school day
if a medication or treatment order and a nursing plan are
not in place.
Washington state law requires that such students be excluded from school until the necessary proce­dures are in
place. The law applies to students with a life-threatening
condition who are new to the district and students who are
already attending school.
Children with life-threatening conditions such as severe
bee sting or severe food allergies, severe asthma, diabetes, severe seizures, etc., are now required to have a medication or treatment order and nursing plan in place before
they start school. The medication or treatment order must
be from the child’s licensed health care provider.
It is vital to your child’s safety during the school day that
if your child has such a condition you immediately notify
your school’s principal and school nurse. The necessary
forms will be pro­vided and a time will be arranged for you
to meet with your child’s school nurse. The school nurse
has limited hours during the summer. Messages may be
left by calling the District Office at 573-7300.
PARENTS/GUARDIANS: Please call your child’s school
and tell a teacher or school counselor about any healthrelated or personal situation that may be affecting your
child. Your comments and inquiries regarding disability,
family situa­
tions, and/or educational needs will be kept
completely confidential.
This information will help us better meet your student’s
needs. And please tell us if your child expe­riences health
or family changes during the school year.
When to Keep Your Child Home from School
It seems like there is always something going around
when it comes to kids. Here are some guidelines to help
you to know when to keep your child home from school:
APPEARANCE/DISCOMFORT: If your child appears unusually tired, irritable, pale, or has an unusual lack of appetite, you may want to consider not sending him or her to
school.
DIARRHEA: If your child has experienced vomiting and/
or diarrhea during the night, or in the morning before going to school, please do not send them to school. Your
child should have had no diarrhea, vomiting or fever for 24
hours before sending them back to school.
EYES: We understand that eyes are sometimes swollen and irritated by allergens or virus. Because of the extremely contagious nature of Bacterial Pink Eye you are
asked to consult with your doctor before sending your child
to school with these symptoms: Thick mucus or pus draining from the eye, or if eye is red, puffy, itchy and/or painful. Your child can attend school 24 hours after starting
medical treatment for Bacterial Pink Eye.
FEVER: Temperature of 100° or higher is an indication
that your child could be contagious. Giving a child Tylenol
or Ibupro­fen will bring the temperature down, and make
them more comfortable, but will not prevent them from
passing their illness on to classmates. Your child must
have no fever for 24 hours before sending them back to
school.
RASH: A body rash, especially with fever, itching, and
open and/or draining sores indicates something contagious.
HEAD LICE: Children cannot return to school until their
hair has been treated with lice shampoo and most of the
dead eggs (nits) have been removed from the hair. The
student needs to check in with the nurse before returning
to class.
SEVERE SORE THROAT/COUGH: If your child has a
fever and/or swollen glands in the neck, he or she may
be conta­gious and should not be in school. In addition, a
frequent, severe cough can be a distraction to the class.
OTHER ILLNESSES: If your child has been diagnosed
by your healthcare provider, with a contagious illness,
please notify the school as soon as possible. (Examples:
chicken pox, pink eye, flu, whooping cough, MRSA, etc.)
UPDATE HEALTH CARE RECORDS AT SCHOOL: Be sure
to update health care records at school if your child has
new­ly acquired allergies or has an illness that the school
nurse should be aware of. Our goal is to keep all of our
children as safe and healthy as possible. It is only with
your help that we are able to accomplish this.
If you have any questions, please call the East Valley
School district nurse, Melody-Ann Luke, RN, at 833-9375.
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Salud y seguridad del estudiante
Se necesita que los estudiantes del Distrito Escolar de
East Valley con condiciones de salud que atentan contra
su vida, lo noti­fiquen a la escuela antes de que empiecen
las clases. Esas condiciones incluyen cualquier cosa que
ponga al estudiante en peligro de muerte durante el dia
escolar si no se ha establecido alguna medicina u orden de
tratamiento y un plan de cuidados.
La ley del Estado de Washington exige que dichos alumnos sean excluidos de la escuela hasta que los procedimientos necesarios se hayan llevado a cabo. La Ley aplica
a los estudiantes con condicion que atenta contra su vida
y que son nuevos al distrito y a los que ya asisten a la escuela.
Es vital para la seguridad de su hijo(a) durante el dia
escolar que si el o ella tiene tal condicion usted lo notifique inmediatamente al director(a) y a la enfermera de
la escuela. Se le proveeran los formularios necesarios y
se programara un horario para que usted se reuna con la
enfermera de la escuela de su hijo(a). La enfermera de la
escuela tiene un horario limitado durante el verano. Se pueden dejar mensajes en la oficina del Distrito (573-7300).
Papas/Tutores: Por favor llame a la escuela de su hijo(a)
y digale a la maestra o a la consejera del estudiante sobre
cualquier situacion relacionada con la salud o personal que
pueda estar afectando a su hijo(a). Sus comentarios y preguntas con referencia a incapacidad, a situacion familiar,
y/o necesidades educativas se mantendran en completa
confidencialidad . Esta infor­macion nos ayudara a mejorar
nuestra ayuda a las necesidades del estudiante. Por favor
tambien informenos si su hijo(a) experimenta cambios de
salud o familiares durante el año escolar.
Los niños con condiciones de salud que atentan contra su vida como: graves alergias al piquete de abeja o
a comidas, asma severa, diabetes, severos ataques, etc.,
ahora se requiere que tengan de antemano un medicamento u orden de tratamiento y un plan de cuidados antes
de que empiecen la escuela. El medicamento o la orden de
tratamiento del niño tiene que ser de proveedor de attencion medica con licencia del niño
Cuando NO llevar a su hijo/a a la escuela
Parece que siempre hay algo dando vueltas cuando se
trata de los niños. Aqui hay algunas pautas para ayudarle
a saber cuando tiene que mantener a su hijo en la casa y
no llevarlo a la escuela:
APARIENCIA/INCOMODIDAD: Si su hijo aparece inusualmente cansado, irritable, palido o tiene rara perdida del
apetito, usted debe considerar no mandarlo/la a la escuela.
DIARREA: Si su hijo/a ha tenido vomito y/o diarrea durante la noche, o en la mañana antes de venir a la escuela,
por favor no lo/la mande a la escuela. Para que usted pueda mandar otra vez a la escuela deben haber pasado 24
horas sin que haya tenido vomito, diarrea o fiebre.
OJOS: Se entiende que veces los ojos se traen hinchados o irritados por los alergenos o por un virus. Debido a
la naturaleza ex­tremada de lo contagioso que es la conjuntivitis, se les pide que consulte con su doctor antes de
mandar a su niño/a a la escuela con estos sintomas: lagafias gruesas o pus saliendo del ojo, o si el ojo esta rojo,
hinchado, con comezon y/o adolorido.
FIEBRE: La temperatura de 100 o mas alta es una indicacion de que su hijo/a puede ser contagioso/a al darle a
su hijo Tylenol o Ibuprofeno le bajara la temperatura y lo
hara sentir mas comodo, pero eso no evita que ellos contagien a sus compañeros. tiene que haber pasado 24 horas
sin que su hijo/a tenga fiebre para mandarlo a la escuela
otra vez.
SARPULLIDO: El brote de ronchas en el cuerpo, especialmente acompañado de fiebre, comezon y ampollas abiertas o escur­riendo indica algo contagioso.
PIOJOS: Los niños no pueden regresar a la escuela hasta que su cabello sea tratado con champu para piojos y
hasta que la may­oria de huevecillos muertos (liendres) se
hayan quitado de la cabeza. Los estudiantes necesitan ser
revisados por la enfermera antes de regresar al salon de
clase.
DOLOR GRAVE DE GARGANTA/TOS: Si su hijo/a tiene
fiebre y/o glandulas hinchadas en el cuello, el o ella puede ser contagiosa, por favor digaselo a la escuela lo mas
pronto posible. Ademas, una tos frecuente y severa puede
ser una distraccion para el salon de clase.
OTRAS ENFERMEDADES: Si su hijo/a ha sido diagnosticado con una enfermedad contagiosa por su doctor, por
favor notifiquelo a la escuela lo mas pronto posible. (Por
ejemplo: viruela, conjuntivitis, catarro, influenza, tos ferina, MRSA [tipo de bacteria resistente a los antibioticos],
etc.)
ACTUALICE EL RECORD DE SALUD EN LA ESCUELA:
Asegurese de actualizar el record de cuidado de salud del
niño/a en la escuela si es que su hijo/a ha desarrollado
alergias de repente o tiene una enfermedad que la enfermera de la escuela tenga que saber. Nuestra meta es mantener a todos los niños como seguro y lo mas saludables
posible. Sera solamente con su ayuda que podremos llevar esto a cabo.
Si usted tiene preguntas por favor llame a Melody-Ann
Luke, RN, Enfermera del Distrito Escolar de East Valley,
833-9375.
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Family Educational Rights
and Privacy Act (FERPA)
East Valley School District follows all mandated legal requirements. Part of our duty is to publish them each year. lf you
have ques­tions or concerns about any part of this information, please contact the individual listed with the item of interest.
No Tobacco, Alcohol, or Firearms on School Property
District patrons are reminded that state law prohibits smoking
or any other use of tobacco products on school district prop­erty.
This includes all district buildings, grounds, and vehicles. Alcohol
and firearms are likewise prohibited. If clarification is needed,
please contact Superintendent John Schieche at 573-7320.
Notification of Rights under the Fam­ily Educational Rights
and Privacy Act (FERPA)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords
parents and students over 18 years of age (“eligible students”)
certain rights with respect to the student’s education records.
They are:
1. The right to inspect and review the student’s education records within 45 days of the day the District receives a request for
access.*
Parents or eligible students should submit to the school principal (or appro­priate school official) a written request that identifies the record(s) they wish to inspect. The principal will make
arrangements for access and notify the parent or eligible student
of the time and place where records may be inspected.
2. The right to request the amendment of the student’s education records that the parent or eligible student believes are inac­
curate or misleading.
Parents or eligible students may ask the East Valley School
District to amend a record that they believe is inaccurate or misleading. They should write the school principal, clearly identify
the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is
inaccurate or misleading.
If the District decides not to amend the record as requested by
the parent or eligible student, the District will notify the parent or
eligible student of the decision and advise them of their right to
a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Ad­ditional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the
parent or eligible student when notified of the right to a hearing.
3. The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable
information contained in the student’s education records, except
to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent.
One exception which permits disclo­sure without consent is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational inter­ests. A
school official is a person employed by the District as an administrator, super­visor, instructor, or support staff member (including
health or medical staff and law enforcement unit personnel); a
person serving on the school board; a person or company with
whom the District has con­tracted to perform a special task (such
as an attorney, auditor, medical consultant, or therapist); or a
parent or student serving on an official committee, such as a
disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting anoth­er school
official in performing his or her tasks. In the event of a student
transfer to another educational institution, educational records
will be sent upon request by the receiv­ing institution. Also, subpoena requests will be honored after you have been notified. Student records will not otherwise be released by the East Valley
School District without expressed written consent.
A school official has a legitimate education interest if the official needs to review an educa­tion record in order to fulfill his
other profes­sional responsibility.
Upon request, the District discloses edu­cation records without
consent to officials of another school district in which a student
seeks or intends to enroll. The East Valley School Dis­trict makes
available as “directory” information the following: student names
as published in activity and athletic programs and brochures (in­
formation may include height, weight, age, class and program
experience); student names and activities as published in the
school yearbook and newsletters; and student names as published in honor rolls and commencement programs.
Parent permission is not required for release of “directory information.” However, if you do not want the school to release
such information without your consent, please notify the school
office in writing.
4. Effective January 2009, parents of children who have been
a victim of bullying or harass­ment by another student, where the
student has been disciplined, may request information pertaining to the discipline of the perpetrator by contacting the building
principal.
5. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of
Education concerning alleged failure by the District to comply
with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the
office that administers FERPA are: Family Policy Compliance Office; U.S. Dept. of Edu­cation, 600 Independence Avenue SW,
Washing­ton, DC 20202-4605
* State Law Qualification:
Although FERPA allows 45 days to honor a request, the state
policy records law requires an appropriate response to a “public
records” re­quest within five business days. RCW 42.17.320
This notice is intended to comply with the applicable requirements in 34 CFR Part 300, 34 CFR Part 99, and WAC 392-172404.
Policy: Sexual Harassment
East Valley School District is committed to a positive and
productive educational and working environment free from discrimination, including sexual harassment. The district pro­hibits
sexual harassment of students, employees, and others involved
in school district activities.
Please contact the district office to obtain a copy of the entire
policy statement at 573-7300.
Statement of Nondiscrimination
East Valley School District No. 90 does not discriminate based
on race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation including
gender expression or identity, creed, religion, age, vet­eran or
military status, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or
service animal by a person with a disability and provides equal
access to the Boy Scouts of America and other designated youth
groups. This holds true for all students who are interested in participating in educational programs and/or extracurricular school
activi­ties. Inquiries regarding compliance procedures may be directed to the school district’s Title IX Officer and/or Section 504/
ADA Coordinator.
Title IX Officer: 2002 Beaudry Road, Yakima, WA 98901;
Phone 573-7321. Section 504 IADA Coordi­nator: Russ Hill, 2002
Beaudry Road, Yakima, WA 98901; Phone 573-7321.
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La Ley de Derechos de Educacion y Privacidad Familiar (FERPA)
El Distrito Escolar de East Valley sigue todos los requisitos obligatorios legales. Parte de nuestro trabajo es
publicar esos requisitos cada aiio. Si usted tiene preguntas o preocupaciones acerca de cualquier parte de
esta información, por favor contacte a Ia persona apro­piada enlistada con el tema de interes.
No se permite tabaco, alcohol ni armas en la propiedad de la
escuela
A los dirigentes del distrito se les recuerda que la ley del estado prohíbe fumar o usar cualquier otro producto de tabaco en las
propiedades del distrito. Esto incluye todos los plantes del distrito,
territorios y vehículos. También el alcohol y las armas de fuego están
prohibidas. Si se necesita una clarificación, por favor contacte al Superintendente John Schieche al 573-7320.
Aviso de derechos amparados por la Ley de Derechos de educación y privacidad familiar (FERPA)
La Ley de Derechos de Educación y Privacidad Familiar (FERPA)
proporciona a los padres y a los estudiantes de 18 años de edad
(“estudiantes elegibles”) ciertos derechos con respecto a los récords
educativos del estudiante. Los cuales son:
1. El derecho a inspeccionar y revisar los récords educativos del
estudiante durante 45 días a partir del día en que el distrito recibe
una petición para tener acceso.*
Los papás o los estudiantes elegibles deberán exponerle al director de la escuela (o a un miembro del personal apropiado) una
petición por escrito que identifique el (los) récord que ellos desean
revisar. El director hará los arreglos para tener acceso y avisar al
papá o al estudiante elegible la hora y el lugar donde los récords
podrán ser revisados.
2. El derecho a pedir una corrección de los récords educativos
del estudiante que el padre o el estudiante elegible cree que están
imprecisos o equivocados.
Los papás o los estudiantes elegibles pueden pedir al Distrito Escolar de East Valley que corrija un récord que ellos creen que está
equivocado. Ellos deberán escribirle al director de la escuela, identificando claramente la parte del récord que ellos quieren que se cambie
y especificar por qué está incorrecto o equivocado.
Si el distrito escolar decide no corregir el récord pedido por los
papás o por el estudiante elegible, el distrito les notificará sobre la
decisión y les aconsejara sobre su derecho a un juicio referente a
la petición para dicha corrección. Se les proveerá a los padres o al
estudiante elegible, información adicional La Ley de Derechos de
Educación y Privacidad Familiar (FERPA) El Distrito Escolar de East
Valley sigue todos los requisitos obligatorios legales. Parte de nuestro
trabajo es publicar esos requisitos cada año. Si usted tiene preguntas o preocupaciones acerca de cualquier parte de esta información,
por favor contacte a la persona apropiada enlistada con el tema de
interés. Sobre el procedimiento del juicio cuando sean notificados de
su derecho a un juicio.
3. El derecho a dar permiso para la emisión de los récords educativos del estudiante que contienen información personal identificable,
a excepción de la extensión que FERPA autoriza dicha emisión sin
consentimiento.
Una excepción que permite la emisión sin consentimiento es la
emisión para miembros del personal de escuela con intereses educativos legítimos. Un miembro del personal de la escuela es una
persona empleada por el distrito como administrador, supervisor, instructor, o personal de apoyo (incluyendo personal médico o de salud
y personal de la ley); una persona que trabaja en la mesa directiva;
una persona o compañía con quien el distrito tiene contratado para
desempeñar una tarea especial (como la de un abogado, un auditor, un doctor o un terapista); o un papá o estudiante trabajando en
un comité administrativo, como un comité de disciplina u objeción,
o alguien ayudando a otro administrador a desempeñar su trabajo.
En el evento de una transferencia para otra institución educativa,
los récords educativos se enviarán conforme sean pedidos por la in-
stitución que los recibirá. También, las citaciones requeridas serán
aceptadas después de que usted haya sido notificado. Por lo tanto
los récords del estudiante no serán emitidos por el Distrito Escolar de
East Valley sin un permiso expresado por escrito.
Un administrador de la escuela tiene un interés educativo legítimo
si el administrador necesita revisar un archivo educativo para poder
completar su responsabilidad profesional.
Conforme a una petición, el distrito emitirá los récords educativos
sin consentimiento de administradores de otro distrito escolar en el
cual el estudiante busca o está interesado en matricularse. El Distrito
Escolar de East Valley tiene disponible como “directorio’’ la siguiente
información: el nombre de los estudiantes como están escritos en
actividades y programas atléticos y folletos (la información puede
incluir al altura, el peso, la edad sus clases y su experiencia en el
programa); los nombres de los estudiantes y actividades como estén
publicados en el libro anual y periódico escolar; al igual que los nombres de los estudiantes publicados en listas de honor y programas de
la ceremonia de graduación. El permiso de los papás no se necesita
para la emisión de la información del directorio. Sin embargo, si usted no quiere que la escuela emita tal información sin su permiso, por
favor dígaselo por escrito a la escuela.
4. Comenzando en enero del 2009, los papás de los niños quienes
han sido víctimas de actos intimidantes o de acoso por otros estudiantes, de los cuales el estudiante ha tenido que ser disciplinado, los
papás pueden pedir información referente a la disciplina que tuvo el
perpetrador contactando al director(a) del plantel.
5. El derecho a presentar una queja al departamento de Educación de Los E.U. con referencia al fracaso del Distrito en cumplir
con los requisitos de FERPA. El nombre y domicilio de la oficina que
administra FERPA es: Oficina del cumplimiento de la Póliza Familiar;
U. S. Departamento de Educación; 600 Independence Avenue SW;
Washington DC 20202-4605
*Requisito de la Ley Estatal:
Aunque FERPA permite 45 días para estimar una petición, la Ley
de la Póliza de Récords Estatal requiere una respuesta apropiada
a la petición de los “récords públicos” en cinco días hábiles. RCW
42.56.520.
Esta notificación intenta cumplir con los requisitos aplicables en
34 CFR Parte 300, 34 CFR Parte 99, y WAC 392-172-404.
Póliza: Acoso Sexual
El Distrito Escolar de East Valley está comprometido a un ambiente positivo, productivo trabajador y educativo libre de discriminación,
incluyendo el acoso sexual. El distrito prohíbe el acoso sexual de
los estudiantes y empleados, y otros involucrados en actividades del
distrito escolar. El Distrito Escolar de East Valley No. 90 no discrimina
en cuanto a raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, orientación sexual incluyendo expresión de género o identidad, creencias, religión, edad,
estatus veterano o militar, discapacidad, o por el uso de un perro
entrenado para ser guía o el uso de un animal por una persona con
discapacidad y provee acceso por igual a los Boy Scouts de América
y otros grupos juveniles designados.
Por favor póngase en contacto con la oficina del distrito para obtener una copia de toda la declaración de la póliza, 573-7300.
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BACK TO
school
August 2015
East Valley School District
offers special services
The East Valley School District offers a variety of supplemental programs that support general education, enhance the edu­
cational process for all students and provide opportunities for
students with unique learning considerations. Many of these programs are funded by the State of Wash­ington or federal sources
and require an application and evaluation. Such programs include: Special Education, Title I – Reme­dial Services, Learning
Assistance Program­Remedial Services, the State Transitional
Bilingual Program, Title III (limited English Proficient) Highly Capable Education, Title V – Innovative Pro­grams, and Title II –
Teacher and Principal Training and Recruitment.
A condition of these programs allows any patron to request a
summary of any teacher’s qualifications by contacting the district
office.
The applications and evaluations for these programs are available for input and review. The district encourages public par­
ticipation in the preparation of each of the applications for funding, as well as ongoing recommendations.
If you are interested in viewing any of the mentioned programs or assisting in the application and evaluation process,
please contact Special Programs at the district office at 2002
Beaudry Road or call 573-7330.
Bilingual Report
East Valley School District does not yet have last year’s results of progress for students enrolled in the State Transitional
Bilingual Program. Annual Measurable Accountability Objectives
(AMAOs) reported by the Office of the Superintendent will be
With appreciation!
released later this fall. Please contact Mary Kay Weber, Special
Programs director, at 573-7330 if you have further questions.
The Becca Bill
Becca Bill legislation addresses the issue of unexcused student
absences from school.
In compliance with that legislation, the following steps are
particularly important:
1. The parent/guardian will be informed either by phone or
written correspondence after one (1) unexcused absence for the
stu­dent(s) within any month during the current school year.
2. After two (2) unexcused absences in any month during the
school year, a parent/ guardian conference will be required.
3. After a student has accumulated seven (7) unexcused absences in a month, or ten (10) in a school year, the district is
required to petition the courts to take juris­diction of that student.
Exceptions exist to allow for private school attendance, homebased instruction, or special excuse by the school district superintendent. (RCW 28A.225.010)
Release of Directory Information
Student directory information may be released by the district
unless a student's parent submits a written request to the building principal that it not be released.
Such information includes: student’s name, address, and telephone number; date and place of birth; major field of study; participation in officially recognized activities and sports; weight and
height of members of athletic teams; dates of attendance; de­
grees and awards received; the most recent previous educational
agency or institution attended by the student; and photographs
and other similar information.
At East Valley High School, requests for information made by
the military are granted unless otherwise directed by a student’s
parent(s)/guardian(s).
State Law Dictates School Attendance Requirements
Regular school attendance is neces­sary for student success in
the educational program at East Valley School District.
It needs to be clearly understood that the only legal reasons
for absence from school are illness, doctor or dental appointments, a religious observation, school-approved activities, and
family emergencies. Par­ents are urged to prearrange absences
by submitting a written request prior to the planned absence.
Daily punctual attendance is required in accordance with state
law and school board policy. Students will attend regularly scheduled classes unless officially excused (RCW 28A-27).
Environmental awareness
For their extensive support of EVSD programs, including
a generous donation to fund the concession stand at the
new East Valley Sports Complex, Supt. John Schieche
presented Lester and Emma Roy with the Community
Leadership Award during the Washington Association
of School Administrators’ South Central Region awards
banquet held May 7 at Heritage University.
Asbestos Safety
The East Valley School District facili­ties have recently been
inspected using an asbestos management program.
Spray Applications
Herbicides are applied seasonally on school grounds and on
other school district properties. Pesticides are used in school
district buildings as needed.
Copies of the above-named management programs are available for review during regular office hours at the district admin­
istration office. Please address inquiries to asbestos program
manager/maintenance supervisor: 573-7346.
August 2015
EAST VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT NEWS — Page 17
El distrito escolar ofrece servicios especiales
El distrito escolar de East Valley ofrece variedad de programas
complementarios que apoyan la educación general, incrementan
el proceso educativo para todos los estudiantes y provee oportunidades para los estudiantes con consideraciones únicas de
aprendizaje. Muchos de estos programas son sustentados por
los recursos federales o el Estado de Washington y requieren una
aplicación y una evaluación.
Tales programas incluyen: educación especial, servicios
terapéuticos del Título I, Programa de Servicios Terapéuticos
de Apoyo Educativo, el Programa Estatal Transitorio Bilingüe,
Alta capacidad de educación (Destrezas limitadas en inglés) del
Título III, Programas innovadores del Título V y entrenamiento y
contrataciones de maestros y directores del Título II.
La condición de estos programas permite a cualquier dirigente pedir un resumen de aptitud de cualquier maestro(a)
llamando a la oficina del distrito.
Las aplicaciones y evaluaciones para estos programas están
disponibles para opinar y revisar. El distrito exhorta la participación pública en la preparación de cada una de las aplicaciones
para los fondos, al igual que las recomendaciones.
Si usted está interesado en ver cualquiera de los programas ya
mencionados o en ayudar en el proceso de la aplicación y evaluación por favor contacte a Programas Especiales en la oficina del
distrito en el 2002 Beaudry Road o llame al 573-7330.
Informe bilingüe
Distrito Escolar de East Valley todavía no tiene resultados del
año pasado de progreso para los estudiantes inscritos en el programa bilingüe de transición estado. Anual objetivos medibles
de la rendición de cuentas (AMAO) divulgado por la oficina del
Superintendente será lanzado este otoño. Si tiene más preguntas, por favor póngase en contacto con la Sra. Mary Kay Weber,
Directora de programas especiales, 573-7330.
El Programa Becca
La legislatura del Programa Becca menciona el problema de las
faltas injustificadas de los estudiantes a la escuela. Para cumplir
con esa legislatura los siguientes pasos son particularmente importantes: 1. El padre o tutor será informado ya sea por teléfono o por
correspondencia escrita, que el estudiante tiene una falta injustificada durante cualquier mes en el año escolar actual.
2. Después de dos (2) faltas injustificadas en cualquier mes
durante el año escolar, se necesitará una junta con el padre o tutor.
3. Después de que el estudiante haya acumulado siete (7)
faltas injustificadas en un mes o diez (10) en un año escolar, el
distrito está obligado a hacer la petición a la corte para que tome
la jurisdicción de ese estudiante.
Existen excepciones que permiten la asistencia a las escuelas
privadas, instrucción en el hogar, o justificación especial por el
superintendente del distrito escolar. (RCW 28A.225.010)
Emisión de información del directorio
La información del directorio del estudiante puede ser emitida
por el distrito a menos que el estudiante o el papá envíe una
petición por escrito al director(a) del plantel negando la emisión.
Dicha información incluye el nombre del estudiante, el domicilio y
número de teléfono; fecha y lugar de nacimiento; rama de especialización en los estudios; participación en actividades reconoci-
das oficialmente y deportes; peso y estatura de los miembros de
equipos atléticos; fechas de asistencia; títulos y reconocimientos
recibidos; la agencia previa de estudios más reciente o institución
asistida por el estudiante; fotografías y otra información similar.
En la preparatoria East Valley, las peticiones de información
hechas por el ejército son concedidas a menos que se haya pedido otra cosa por el estudiante, el papá o el tutor.
La Ley del Estado dicta los requisitos de asistencia a la
escuela
Es necesaria la asistencia regular a la escuela para el éxito
del estudiante en el programa educativo del Distrito Escolar de
East Valley. Se necesita que esté claramente entendido que la
únicas razones legales para las faltas a la escuela son por enfermedad, citas de doctor o dentista, una solemnidad religiosa,
actividades escolares aprobadas y emergencias familiares. Urge
que los papás arreglen previamente las ausencias llenando una
petición por escrito antes de la falta planeada.
De acuerdo con la ley del estado al igual que la póliza de la
mesa directiva, la asistencia diaria y la puntualidad son obligatorias. Los estudiantes asistirán regularmente a sus clases a menos que tengan una justificación oficial (RCW 28A-27).
Alerta Ambiental
Seguridad con los asbestos
Los planteles del Distrito Escolar de East Valley han sido inspeccionados reci­entemente usando un programa del manejo de
asbestos.
Fumigaciones Algunos
Herbicidas son rociados temporalmente en los terrenos escolares y en otras propiedades del distrito escolar. Se usan
pesticidas en los planteles del distrito escolar según como sea
necesitado. Se encuentran copias disponibles del manejo de los
programas mencionados arriba para ser revisados durante horas
hábiles en la oficina de administración del distrito. Por favor dirija
cualquier queja gerente del programa de asbestos y Supervisor
de mantenimiento al 573-7346.
Declaración No discriminatoria
El Distrito Escolar de East Valley #90 cumple con todas las reglas
y regulaciones federales y no discrimina en cuanto a raza, color,
origen de nacionalidad, género o discapacidad. Esto aplica para
todos los estudiantes quienes están interesados en participar en
programas educativos o actividades extracurriculares. Las quejas
con referencia al cumplimiento de estos procedimientos pueden
ser dirigidas a la oficina del distrito escolar Título IX o el coordinador de la Sección 504/ADA. La oficina de Título IX: Russell Hill,
2002 Beaudry Road, Yakima, WA 98901, Tel: 573-7321.
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August 2015
EVHS Fall Sports Schedules
Football
Friday, Sept. 4 — At Pullman (C team 4 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Friday, Sept. 11 — At Prosser (7 p.m.)
Monday, Sept. 14 — C team at Prosser (5 p.m.)
Monday, Sept. 14 — JV Vs. Prosser (5:30 p.m.)
Friday, Sept. 18 — Vs. Ephrata (7 p.m.)
Monday, Sept. 21 — JV at Ephrata (5 p.m.)
Monday, Sept. 21 — C team vs. Ephrata (5:30 p.m.)
Friday, Sept. 25 — At Wapato (7 p.m.)
Monday, Sept. 28 — C team at Wapato (5:30 p.m.)
Monday, Sept. 28 — JV Vs. Wapato (5:30 p.m.)
Friday, Oct. 2 — Vs. Othello (7 p.m.)
Monday, Oct. 5 — JV at Othello (5 p.m.)
Monday, Oct. 5 — C team vs. Othello (5:30 p.m.)
Volleyball
Tuesday, Sept. 8 — At Quincy
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Tuesday, Sept. 15 — Vs. Ephrata
(JV and C team 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Saturday, Sept. 19 — SunDome tournament
Tuesday, Sept. 22 — Vs. Prosser
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Thursday, Sept. 24 — At Ellensburg
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Friday, Oct. 9 — At Quincy (7 p.m.)
Tuesday, Sept. 29 — Vs. Othello
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Monday, Oct. 12 — C team at Quincy (5 p.m.)
Monday, Oct. 12 — JV vs. Quincy (5:30 p.m.)
Thursday, Oct. 1 — At Grandview
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Friday, Oct. 16 — Vs. Toppenish - Homecoming (7 p.m.)
Tuesday, Oct. 6 — At Wapato
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Monday, Oct. 19 — C team vs. Toppenish (5:30 p.m.)
Monday, Oct. 19 — JV at Toppenish (5:30 p.m.)
Friday, Oct. 23 — Vs. Ellensburg (7 p.m.)
Monday, Oct. 26 — JV at Ellensburg (5 p.m.)
Monday, Oct. 26 — C team vs. Ellensburg (5:30 p.m.)
Friday, Oct. 30 — At Grandview (7 p.m.)
Monday, Nov. 2 — C team at Grandview (5 p.m.)
Monday, Nov. 2 — JV vs. Grandview (5:30 p.m.)
Thursday, Nov. 5 — Vs. Selah (C team 4 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Girls Soccer
Tuesday, Sept. 8 — At Selah (4 p.m.)
Thursday, Sept. 10 — At Cashmere (JV 4:30 p.m.; Varsity 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 8 — At Toppenish
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Tuesday, Oct. 13 — Vs. Selah
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Thursday, Oct. 15 — Vs. Quincy
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Tuesday, Oct. 20 — At Ephrata
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Saturday, Oct. 24 — Vs. Cascade
(JV and C 11 a.m.; Varsity 12:30 p.m.)
Tuesday, Oct. 27 — At Prosser
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Thursday, Oct. 29 — Vs. Ellensburg
(JV and C 5:30 p.m.; Varsity 7 p.m.)
Saturday, Sept. 12 — Vs. Wapato (JV 10 a.m.; Varsity 12 p.m.)
Tuesday, Sept. 15 — At La Salle (JV 4 p.m.; Varsity 6 p.m.)
Thursday, Sept. 17 — Vs. Cascade (JV 5 p.m.; Varsity 6 p.m.)
Saturday, Sept. 19 — Vs. Toppenish (JV 10 a.m.; Varsity 12 p.m.)
Tuesday, Sept. 22 — At Othello (JV 4 p.m.; Varsity 6 p.m.)
Thursday, Sept. 24 — At Quincy (JV 4 p.m.; Varsity 6 p.m.)
Tuesday, Sept. 29 — At Grandview (JV 4 p.m.; Varsity 6 p.m.)
Saturday, Oct. 3 — Vs. Ephrata (JV 10 a.m.; Varsity 12 p.m.)
Tuesday, Oct. 6 — Vs. Prosser (JV 4 p.m.; Varsity 6 p.m.)
Thursday, Oct. 8 — At Ellensburg (JV 4 p.m.; Varsity 6 p.m.)
Tuesday, Oct. 13 — Vs. Selah (JV 4 p.m.; Varsity 6 p.m.)
Thursday, Oct. 15 — At Wapato (JV 4 p.m.; Varsity 6 p.m.)
Tuesday, Oct. 20 — At Toppenish (JV 4 p.m.; Varsity 6 p.m.)
Saturday, Oct. 24 — Vs. Othello (10 a.m.)
Cross Country
Saturday, Sept. 12 — At Ellensburg Invitational
(10 a.m.)
Thursday, Sept. 24 — At Selah/Apple Ridge
(Girls 4:30 p.m.; Boys 5 p.m.)
Saturday, Oct. 3 — At Sunfair Invitational
Thursday, Oct. 8 — At Ephrata
(Girls 4:30 p.m.; Boys 5 p.m.)
Thursday, Oct. 15 — At Grandview
(Girls 4:30 p.m.; Boys 4 p.m.)
Thursday, Oct. 22 — At East Valley
(Girls 4:30 p.m.; Boys 5 p.m.)
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PreK-3 Team plans Pre-kindergarten screenings and
quarterly professional development for 2015-2016
The East Valley Early Learning PreK-3 Team’s goals for
the 2015-2016 school year include providing professional
development meetings quarterly for parents, caregivers,
early learning partners, staff, and community designed to
coordinate extra efforts in early learning math and literacy
skills.
The team is also offering a preK screening for all 4- and
5-year-olds entering kindergarten a year from now during
the fall of 2016 with the collected data to be used in determining the needs of our incoming students. Screenings
will be held Aug. 18-20 from 6 to 7 p.m. in the East Valley
Elementary libary.
In the fall of 2014, Special Programs director Mary Kay
Weber and district administrator Jeri Young were given the
task of creating an East Valley PreK-3 Early Learning Team
with efforts directed in collaborating an effective bridge
between our preK community and our schools.
Staff members Tiffany Nygard (East Valley Elementary),
Jillian Robillard (Moxee Elementary) Karlyn Rath (Terrace
Heights Elementary), and Julie Milburn (Moxee and Terrace
Heights elementaries) joined with Mary Kay and Jeri last
fall to create the EVSD preK-3 team.
The group has an established strategic plan with goals
outlined for the coming year. The team met monthly and
reached out throughout the year in collaboration with some
of our early learning partners as the EV BRIDGE (Bridging
Resources & Increasing Developmental Growth in Early
learning) in efforts to improve kindergarten readiness.
The EVSD Early Learning PreK-3 Team looks forward
to its work ahead to serve students during the upcoming
school year.
East Valley School District News (August 2015) is a publication for the patrons of the East Valley School District.
Publication produced by ESD 105/David Goehner.
Meetings of the East Valley School District are held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the East Valley School
District Office at 2002 Beaudry Road in Yakima. Members of the East Valley School Board are Wescott Edwards (District No. 1),
Charlotte Layman (District No. 2), James Penning (District No. 3), Dave McFadden (District No. 4), and Eric Farmer (District No. 5).
Contact information: Phone (509) 573-7300 or visit the school district’s website at www.evsd90.org.

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