Eastvalley Thanksgiving Food Drive

Now through November 10th Eastvalley is collecting non-perishable food for the The Center for Family Resources and East Cobb Middle School Food Pantry to help families this Thanksgiving.

Each grade level is asked to donate a specific type of non-perishable food.

Kindergarten:                                                                                   1st Grade:

Rice, Pasta, Canned Cranberry                                                 Canned Soups, Canned Vegetables

2nd Grade:                                                                                            3rd Grade:

Dry beans, Canned Fruit                                                             Stuffing/Dressing, Canned Meats

4th Grade:                                                                                         5th Grade:

Peanut Butter, Jelly, Instant Mashed Potatoes                Dried/Can Milk, Mac & Cheese, Cereal

Why do we celebrate Red Ribbon Week?

Red Ribbon Week is a time to honor all of the men and women who work hard to make a difference in our lives by keeping drugs out of the United States.  It is a time to think about the power we have in our choice to say “NO” and make positive life decisions.  If you want to more of the specifics in why Red Ribbon Week started click here.

We will celebrate “Kiki” Camarina and all of the other DEA agents who support us in the War Against Drugs Monday, October 23 through Friday, October 27th.  Here’s how you can participate.  Each day is there is a theme. You can dress up and bring in certain items that match each theme.

Monday: “I HAVE THE POWER TO BE DRUG FREE!”  Dress up as your favorite hero or super hero.

Tuesday: “HATS OFF TO A DRUG FREE LIFE!” Show your support by wearing your favorite hat.

Wednesday: “TURN YOU BACK ON DRUGS!”  Wear your clothing backwards.

Thursday: “HUGS, NOT DRUGS!” Show your support by bringing in a SMALL stuffed animal to hug and love on all day!

Friday: “TEAM UP AGAINST DRUGS!”  Wear your favorite sports jersey.

Your feedback matters!!

Hello EV Families!

Please complete the Georgia Parent Survey and don’t forget to vote for our School Council Committee representatives in the front office this week when you visit the school for conferences this week!  Information and the link to the Georgia Parent Survey is below…

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. La encuesta de Georgia también está disponible en español. Haga clic en el enlace imagen de la encuesta.  La encuesta de padres de Georgia contiene 24 preguntas y se alienta a todos los padres a participar.  Los datos serán utilizados como parte del cálculo de la calificación de la estrella del clima escolar. Las respuestas de la encuesta son anónimas y serán enviadas directamente al Departamento de Educación de Georgia para su análisis. Los padres pueden completar la encuesta usando su computadora personal, smartphone o tableta.

O Georgia Pais Inquérito contém 24 questões e todos os pais são incentivados a participar. Os dados serão utilizados como parte do cálculo do Clima Escolar. Respostas da pesquisa são anônimas e será enviado diretamente para o Departamento de Educação da Georgia para análise. Os pais podem completar a pesquisa usando o seu computador pessoal, smartphone ou tablet. O Georgia Levantamento dos pais também está disponível em espanhol.

Iowa Test of Basic Skills


will take the ITBS tomorrow, Thursday, September 14th-Tuesday, September 18th.  Please see the schedule below:


Friday Monday Tuesday

September 14

September 15 September 18

September 19

Reading ELA Math

Science & Social Studies

Norm-referenced tests – Georgia law mandates that a nationally norm-referenced test, such as the ITBS, be administered annually to students in grades three, five, and eight. The purpose of a norm-referenced test is to obtain information about the performance of Georgia s students and compare it with that of students in a national sample. The results are used for evaluation, decision-making, and to guide instruction. Understanding the scores – The scores are reported in percentiles and show how students compare with other students across the nation. For example, if a student received a score of 66%, that means the student performed better than 66% of all the students in the nation of the same grade level who took the test.