Thank you so much for your help and support this holiday season. We, at Eastvalley, appreciate your generosity and could not have completed this project of kindness without you. If you have selected a Star off the Holiday Giving Tree, please send in your wrapped gift by Wednesday, December 13.
Fall FAST Programs' Final Days
As the last month of this semester rolls around, please check the calendar, here
, to find out when your student's after school programs end.
Congratulations to the following Eastvalley Students whose creative work won at the Cobb county level! We're so proud of our talented students.
Nikhil Jayaprashanth Ambekalu, Literature, Grade 1
Madison Goody, Literature, Grade 5
Julia Sollicito, Film, Grade 5
Eli Mullen, Film, Grade 5
Tanzil Zakaria, Visual Arts (Special Artist), Grade 2
Honoring Our Heroes
We are still accepting entries for this year's Honoring Our Heroes Essay Program which kicked off on Veteran's Day.
The theme of this year's essay contest is "Everyday Heroes: The Power of One." This program provides students an opportunity to identify and write an essay honoring their real life hero - a role model who has made an impact on their life. This hero can be anyone – a family member, doctor, public safety officer, soldier, teacher, neighbor, friend or even a pet! Additional details can be found online. The entries must be submitted by January 17, 2018 in Eastvalley's in the Front Office.
Winners will be recognized with exciting awards and the first place winner from each grade level will be recognized at the East Cobb Council level which has 35 schools participating from our area. For further details, contact Ms. Lekha Sengupta at email@example.com
Eagle Eye Volunteer Spotlight
Your time and commitment to Eastvalley mean so much. Join us as we shed a light on all of you who give back to make our school something special!
Thank you Stephanie Miller! Stephanie is a longtime member of the Eastvalley tribe. She's something of a Jill of all Trades as she's done it all from management of our behind the scenes website (Membership Toolkit
) to working on the Education Enrichment Campaign
since its inception. Last year she even helped with the labor-intensive task of compiling our always helpful school directory
. Stephanie has served in leadership roles for the Foundation and has been a favorite Art Print parent volunteer for some time now - she's run the gamut of positions at Eastvalley and we're so happy to have Stephanie in our school family.
Current Volunteer Needs: The EV Father/Son event is right around the corner - January 19th. Committee chair, Elizabeth Ogletree is looking for a few creative minds to help plan a super fun & memorable outing for our boys and their dads. If you have a few good ideas or a little bit of time to help organize, please contact Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org
to ensure this event happens!