Tell us what you think of Eastvalley…
You are highly encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey because 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.
The survey should take 5-10 minutes.
To take this survey, click on the link below.
Surveys are to be completed by November 1st!
Join us for: Eastvalley’s Leader in Me
Parent Information Night
Thursday, September 22nd
from 6:00 to 7:00 pm
FREE pizza will be served in the cafeteria
Acompáñenos a la presentación del: Líder en Mí de Eastvalley
Noche Informativa para los Padres
Jueves 22 de septiembre
desde las 6:00pm hasta las 7:00pm
En la cafetería se servirán Pizzas GRATIS
Participe da reunião: Lider em Mim da Eastvalley
Noite de Informação para Pais
Quinta-feira, dia 22 de setembro
18:00 às 19:00 hrs
Pizza serão fornecidos GRATUITAMENTE na cantina
Hello Eastvalley families!!! As we have traditionally practiced here, we always encourage our families to come have lunch with their children in our cafeteria, especially on their birthdays! Celebrating a birthday at school with their classmates makes their day extra special! We want to create memories and give your child that opportunity to be recognized on their birthday! Parents are welcome to bring birthday treats for their child to share with classmates for the celebration during lunch.
In order to minimize disruption to the instructional day and maximize student safety and well-being, we ask our families to follow the guidelines below:
- At the front door, please ring the bell and have your ID prepared to present to the camera to be allowed access to the building. As soon as you enter, please sign in in the front office to receive your guest badge.
- Please wait for your child’s class to come to lunch in the front lobby or front office. Birthday treats are reserved for lunch so it will not interfere with classroom instructional time.
- Please make the teacher aware with 24 hour notice (email, written notification, or phone call) that you will be bringing birthday treats to lunch. In case there is a food allergy in the classroom, the teacher can inform the lunchroom monitors to ensure any students with diagnosed food allergies are not receiving food hazardous to their health. The teacher can also provide an alternate treat for the student if provided by that student’s parents.
- Please bring enough treats for everyone in your child’s class so no students are excluded. Please do not bring treats for students in other classrooms for food allergy concerns and equity reasons.
Thank you for helping us continue to celebrate student birthdays here at Eastvalley! We appreciate your support and want to invite you to enjoy lunchtime with your child anytime, but especially on their birthdays! Thank you and we hope to see you around Eastvalley soon!
You are invited to learn more about
Cobb County’s Gifted Eligibility Process
(Advanced Learning Program)
Presented by Mrs. OMeara and Mrs. Urbano
Friday, September 9, 2016
Eastvalley Media Center
All Eastvalley parents are invited to attend.
*Please sign in the front office.
Reflections flyers went home last week. All students are encouraged to submit an original work of art based on the theme, “What Is Your Story?” . Submissions are due on September 19th and may be dropped off in the media center. All participants will receive a certificate and winners will receive ribbons at a special reception in October.
Dear Kindergarten and Multi-Age Families,
Here’s is the power point with all the information we shared at Parent Orientation: Parent Orientation 2016-2017
Thank you for coming to Eastvalley’s Parent Orientation!
We are thrilled to have you and look forward to an exciting year of learning with you and your child!
Eastvalley’s Kindergarten and Multi-Age Team
It is time for your student to take the online SLO post-test! You may recall learning about the online SLO assessment in August/September 2015 when your child took the pre-test assessment.
What is a Student Learning Objective (SLO)?
SLOs are subject-specific learning objectives that provide growth measures for student learning. Teams of Cobb County teachers from across the district developed the SLO assessments. The SLO implementation requires teachers to use online assessments to determine student growth over the course of the year. The results of these assessments ensure that students, teachers, and Eastvalley Elementary are moving toward a common vision of exemplary instruction and high levels of student academic growth.
Your child will take the online SLO post-test with his/her teacher sometime between Monday, May 2nd and Friday, May 13th. Please contact your child’s teacher if you have any questions. Thank you for your support!
Dr. Sage Doolittle
Eastvalley Elementary School
Eastvalley’s Milestones Testing Lock-Down will be 8:00am-11:00am Wednesday, April 13th – Tuesday, April 19th. Testing will begin promptly at 8:00am daily! We want our students to do their very best on the Milestones. Therefore, Eastvalley will be on testing “lock-down” from 8:00am-11:00am 4/13-4/19. Testing lock-down means that K-5 students and all staff will remain in their classrooms and not be in the hallways. Also, parents, volunteers, and guests will not allowed access to Eastvalley from 8:00am-11:00am. Thank you for your understanding, cooperation, and support!
Autism Speaks Walk 2016
Please join our Eastvalley team on Sunday, May 1st for the Autism Speaks Walk at Turner Field. A donation is NOT required to join our team and walk to support autism awareness and research! Click on the link below and/or Contact Ashley Dotson at Eastvalley if you have any questions or need additional information.
School Council Meetings
All are welcome to attend Eastvalley’s School Council meetings this year! If you are interested, mark your calendars for Wednesday, April 27th 9:25-10:10am and Wednesday, May 18th 9:25-10:10am. Contact Mr. Foster with any questions.