The Central Valley School Board approved elementary school adjustments in the event the district’s upcoming school bond is approved by voters in February.
District officials set up a committee to review previous boundaries in the district because of the new elementary school which would be built on Mission Avenue and Long Road.
The revisions include adjusting the north/south boundary between Greenacres Elementary School and the new school from Sprague Avenue to Interstate 90. Students who live north of I-90 would attend the new school. Students south of I-90 would attend Greenacres Elementary School. Students who live in Big Trout Lodge apartments would attend Greenacres Elementary School.
The next Central Valley School Board meeting will be held Jan. 10.
National Board Certified teachers
Three teachers in the West Valley School District are now National Board Certified teachers.
Making the list is Brian Hickman and Diane Nations at Centennial Middle School, and Lisa Mularski from Pasadena Park Elementary School.
East Valley Middle School Outstanding Squires
Students at East Valley Middle School have been recognized for their willingness to help others, kind spirit and doing the right thing.
They were honored during lunch with a special treat and a card on Tuesday.
The students in the sixth grade are Noah Wiese, Drew Ness, Lizy Chavez-Rodriguez, Hunter Cary, Yelena Kolomoytseva, Riley Lemley, Jared Lemley, Kyndell Wear, Daniel Zhuk, Faith Fisette, Jacob Loe, Shannon Frucci, Daniel Korchemniy and Brandie Goodman (Hagreen).
From the seventh grade: Brayden Tacke, Jessica Mendez, Joe Grassl, Anne Ngo, Cory Hall, Khalia Kelp, Caleb Palmen, Ashley Burk, Alyssa Glore, Isaac Lamb, Cody Devore and Jade Mizner.
Students in the eighth grade who were honored were Sean Hulme, Ashley Solomon, Lindsey Scott, Ryan Brown, Robby Lemley, Missy O’Neal, Derrick Gratz, Karen Garcia, Chad Stevens, Yana Sariglo, Mersadies Burcher and Walker Struble.