EAST  VALLEY EDUCATION CENTER. WHERE EDUCATION MATTERS.

At East Valley Education Center, we know what it takes to enhance our students’ education. Our unique approach to learning and top quality faculty makes East Valley Education Center more than just a physical School - it’s a life experience. We invite you to explore our dynamic and diverse community, and stop by for a visit at your convenience.

OUR MISSION AND VISION

     It is the mission of East Valley Education Center to provide the highest quality education to special education students in grades 6-12th in a manner that is respectful, effective, caring, and safe. We also want to assure that each student progresses academically, behaviorally, and emotionally in order to facilitate a smooth transition to a less restrictive environment.

     The vision of East Valley is to enable and empower our students with special needs to develop to their maximum potential in their school and community to become productive members of society.

 
 
2020-2021
SCHOOL CALENDAR

EAST VALLEY: A FUN AND DYNAMIC LEARNING EXPERIENCE

Parents/Guardians,

Please feel free to contact the school if you have any questions regarding the calendar.

 
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EAST VALLEY EDUCATION SLO'S

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes

 

All East Valley students will:

 

Participate in a Variety of Activities

 

East Valley students will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities including:

  • Demonstrating math and language literacy, utilize effective problem-solving skills, and work collaboratively with others

  • Community involvement, personal wellness, global awareness, and social responsibility

  • Research in career fields, workplace preparation, and participating in job placement

  • Co-Curricular sports, the Arts, clubs, and community service

 

 

Demonstrate Social and Personal Responsibility

 

East Valley students will demonstrate social and personal responsibility by:

 

  • Being prepared, having consistent attendance, and engaging in social activities

  • Demonstrating discipline, self-control, and civility

  • Assuming responsibility and control over one’s own actions

  • Understanding the global perspective of cultural diversity

 

 

Engage in a path toward graduation and life-long learning

 

East Valley students will engage in the path towards learning by:

 

  • Meeting the academic requirements for completion or graduation

  • Committing to postsecondary preparedness

  • Reaching their individual potential and highest achievements

MEET OUR TEAM
 
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Administration Team 

Marshal Musselman, Jennifer Cordano, Edward Machado

Our fearless leader, Mr. Musselman is always there for the students and staff. He has just over two decades of loyalty our community. Jennifer is skilled in the office and managing every day duties. Eddie is skilled on the court and took over when Mr. Jensen stopped making his shots. 

TEACHERS

Ben Jensen, Manuel Mercado,  Cristina Castro, Michael Peirce , Marques Clay & Matt Cummings

Devoted to the students, energetic and quirky, Mr. Jensen is one of the best educators around. We are blessed to call him our own. At one time, he could hoop. 

PARAPROFESSIONALS

Dave Anderson, Maria Bowers, Sarah Cooper, Tony Dolores, Yvonne Kline, Joe Konold, Valerie Montalbo, Alberto Perez, Josh Ramirez, Susan Ramirez, Jason Sablan, Tasha Singh, Spencer Thomas. 

WHAT’S COMING UP

S.A.T.

May 27th, 2021 (4 p.m.) 

Graduation

SBAC

 

 

 

East Valley Education Center is not currently providing Summer School meals for the community, but summer feeding sites are included in the link provided which  includes Riverbank, Stockton, Modesto, Turlock, etc. The summer feeding sites can be found on the California Department of Education webpage at: 

 

https://www.cde.ca.gov/ds/sh/sn/summersites.asp

 
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