Milestone Review:

Great Resource for any who wish to brush up for the milestones coming up real soon!!  I highly encourage you to have your child practice the math and all language arts pieces of this.  If possible, review their answers together.  

Just copy and paste this into your browsers address bar!!



Secondly, as illness continues to spread through school, including myself out with the flu, this comes from our nurse!  Great resource describing when is safe to return to school after an illness!!



Hi all,

With all the flu information out there and several of our students out with the flu or other illnesses, our school nurse has sent this message:

Dear Eastvalley Parents,

The winter months are upon us which means an increase in illnesses in our school community and at Eastvalley! While school attendance is critical to ensure student achievement and academic growth, it’s also just as important to maintain a healthy environment for all students. In order to keep everyone as healthy as possible, Eastvalley wants to remind all parents and families that students should not be sent to school with a fever, diarrhea, and/or vomiting. According to Cobb County School District policy, students should be free of fever (without the use of fever reducing medicine), diarrhea, and/or vomiting for 24 hours before returning to school.  This will help keep the students and staff healthy throughout the school year. Students may attend school while experiencing minor health concerns such as coughing, allergies, congestion, sneezing, exhaustion, and other mild, non-contagious conditions. Thank you so much for your understanding and cooperation. Feel free to contact Nurse Dawn Mahoney at [email protected] or 770-578-7214 with any questions.




Prezados Pais da Eastvalley,


O inverno chegou! O que significa um aumento de doenças na nossa comunidade escolar e na Eastvalley! Enquanto a frequência escolar é fundamental para garantir o desempenho do aluno e rendimento acadêmico, também é importante manter um ambiente saudável para todos os alunos. Para manter todos o mais saudável possível, a Eastvalley quer lembrar aos pais e as famílias que os alunos não devem ser enviados para a escola com febre, diarréia e/ou vômitos. De acordo com a política do Condado Escolar do Distrito de Cobb ( Cobb County School District – em inglês), estudantes devem estar livres de febre (sem o uso de medicamento para reduzir a febre), diarréia e/ou vômitos durante 24 horas antes de retornar à escola. Isto irá ajudar a manter os alunos e funcionários saudáveis durante todo o ano letivo. Os alunos podem frequentar a escola enquanto estiverem com tosse, alergia, congestão, espirro, exaustão e outras condições mais amenas, não contagiosas. Agradecemos a sua compreensão e cooperação. Qualquer dúvida ou pergunta entrar em contato com a nossa enfermeira, Nurse Dawn Mahoney at [email protected] ou 770-578-7214.




Estimados Padres de Eastvalley,

¡Los meses de invierno han llegado lo que significa un aumento en enfermedades en nuestra comunidad escolar y en Eastvalley! Mientras que la asistencia escolar es fundamental para el rendimiento estudiantil y el crecimiento académico, también es importante mantener un ambiente saludable para todos los estudiantes. Con el fin de mantener a todos lo más saludable posible, Eastvalley quiere recordar a todos los padres y familiares que los estudiantes no deben asistir a la escuela con fiebre, diarrea, y/o vomito. De acuerdo a las pólizas del Distrito Escolar de Cobb, los estudiantes deben estar sin fiebre (sin la ayuda de medicamentos para reducir la fiebre), diarrea, y/o vomito durante 24 horas antes de regresar a la escuela.

Esto ayudara a mantener a los estudiantes y empleados saludables durante el año escolar.

Los estudiantes pueden asistir a la escuela si padecen de problemas de salud leves como tos, alergias, congestión, estornudos, agotamiento y otras condiciones leves, no contagiosas.

Muchas gracias por su entendimiento y cooperación. Si tiene preguntas adicionales se puede comunicar con la enfermera Dawn Mahoney al correo electrónico [email protected] o 770-578-7214.

Fire Safety Village field trip

Hi all,

Hope everyone is staying warm and safe and getting lots of rest on all these extra days off!

When we return to school on Monday, we will be going on our field trip to the Fire Safety Village.  Everyone was sent home with a waiver in their Tuesday Trackers to ride the go carts at the village.  Without this waiver, your child will not be able to participate in this activity.  I’m attaching it again in case it has been misplaced.  Unfortunately, there are no extra days to send home extra waivers, this is it!!  Don’t forget to send in a lunch in something disposable or make sure your child has money on their account to purchase a school lunch to take with us. 


If you’re looking for things for your child to do over the break, reading is the number one thing.  Secondly, your child can go onto spelling city and do lots of spelling practice on their new words, unit 10.   IXL challenge:  Y1-Y4 and BB1 to BB11.

Special challenge:  Any child who brings in a drawing or picture that is symmetrical will receive a prize.

Please email me with any concerns or questions.

Enjoy your long weekend!!




Here we go again!!  Hopefully we will have school tomorrow but please check!! See the message from our fearless principal below:

Hello EV! Due to inclement weather, CCSD is cancelling ALL after school and evening activities except for the After School Program.  However, although ASP will remain open, parents are strongly encouraged to pick up their children as soon as possible. Thank you!


“Attention 4th and 5th grade Athletes – Registration for the spring boys lacrosse season at Wheeler Jr. Lacrosse is now open.  Interested Fourth and Fifth grade Boys should sign up at WheelerJrLacrosse.com.  Lacrosse is a fast game that is easy to learn, has the strategy of basketball, the contact of hockey, and plays on a field big enough for football.  Not sure if the sport is right for you?  Conditioning and skill sessions at East Cobb Middle School in early January held by the high school team will allow you to Test Drive the sport before signing up.  Check out the details at WheelerJrLacrosse.com.”


Eastvalley will  be having a STEM day in December with all the classes working on an exciting STEM challenge in their classrooms.  Fourth grade will be challenging the students to create a specific type of rollercoaster using their knowledge of force and motion.  For this activity, each team (group of students) will need several paper towel tubes.  Please send in your empty paper towel tubes asap.  Especially over Thanksgiving when you may use more paper towel.  Thank you so much for supporting us and our learning.  

Balloon Car Derby

Wow!!  What an exciting day with all the cool balloon cars coming in.  We have some really cool cars.  We are all so excited for race day on Thursday!!!  Thank you parents for helping our students with these amazing cars.

Community Service Project

Eastvalley Elementary School Be Rich Project

Be Rich a community service volunteers from North Point Church are very excited to partner with Eastvalley Elementary School to make improvements around their property on November 4. We will be working at the school on that Saturday to spread mulch and spruce up the grounds. We can use any age volunteers with any level of experience. We’ll be looking for wheelbarrows, shovels and rakes if you have one to bring.

Come and stay the whole time or whenever you are available. Lunch will be served on Saturday.


Date: 11/04/2017 (Sat.)

Time: 8:30am – 4:00pm EDT

Location: 2570 Lower Roswell Rd, Marietta, GA 30067

Signup Here


Eastvalley Elementary School is working with The Center for Family Resources and East Cobb Middle School Food Pantry to help families this Thanksgiving.

There will be food collection containers near the entrance of the school starting October 30th thru November 10th.  There is a critical shortage of food at this time, so please donate non-perishable food items.

Your support of this worthy cause is greatly appreciated.


                                     Jelly ,   Peanut Butter                                                            Instant Mashed Potatoes      

Georgia Parent Survey

The Georgia Parent Survey contains 24 questions and ALL parents are encouraged to participate.  The data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating. Survey responses are anonymous and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. Parents may complete the survey using their personal computer, smartphone or tablet. The Georgia Parent Survey is also available in Spanish. Parents may select the Spanish version within the survey. The Georgia Parent Survey link is posted below.

Georgia Parent Survey: