September Star Students of the Month - Congratulations Carson Butt, Blake Bowling, Talan Driscoll, Aviera Marburger, Jenna Roling, Masen Tubbs!
17 days ago, Marsha Skoff
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LEAP Week of September 11-15 Monday- K-3: Crafts with Ms.Andrea, 4th-6th: Art Club with Ms.Houzenga Tuesday- Game Night Wednesday- Career Day with Special Guest Thursday- Harry Potter Night Friday- Outside Night
20 days ago, Andrea Reuter
The Easton Valley Booster Club Apparel Store is open! Check it out and stock up on the newest Easton Valley Riverhawk gear! Store Closes Sept. 14.
21 days ago, Sara Nelson
22 days ago, Marsha Skoff
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2023 Easton Valley Tackle Cancer apparel can be ordered through September 15th. T-shirts are being made by EV students. Order forms are online and in the HS office.
22 days ago, Marsha Skoff
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Announcements September 8, 2023 -
22 days ago, Marsha Skoff
Mrs. Keller's 8th grade business class had Mr. Richards from Iowa DNR as a guest today to discuss career opportunities.
23 days ago, Marsha Skoff
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Athletic Boosters apparel is now on sale through September 14th. Go to to place an order. Estimated ship date is September 29th.
23 days ago, Marsha Skoff
Boosters apparel
Quick LEAP Reminder for tomorrow! We will be going to Twogood Park in preston for our field trip, if you are picking up your student in preston, please let me know and be there by 5pm. Will will plan to return to Miles around 5:10.
25 days ago, Andrea Reuter
Picture Day is coming up on 9/19/23! Order before Picture Day to receive free shipping to the school. Order online for JH/HS at Order online for Elementary at
25 days ago, Marsha Skoff
Hayden Holdgrafer, a 2023 graduate of Easton Valley High School, has recently launched a meat raffle fundraising campaign to raise money for a scholarship in Dick Keeney’s name. All Easton Valley National Honor Society members are required to complete a service project each year of their membership. Hayden had plans made for his senior project that involved an ag safety program for kids in our elementary. After Dick’s passing in February, he felt drawn to change his plans. Holdgrafer says, “I really wanted to do something to honor Dick and what a difference his service to the school made in my education. I want students for decades to know his name and how awesome he was!” After consulting people at the school, and visiting with Dick’s wife Ann, the idea of a scholarship fundraiser was born. With graduation quickly approaching, Holdgrafer was concerned he couldn’t do the fundraiser justice, so he had an unusual request for Mrs. Collister, the NHS advisor at Easton Valley. He asked permission to complete his service project after he had graduated. She obliged and the plans began. With the support of his parents, Brian and Keri Holdgrafer, and Preston Locker, the meat fundraiser raffle was kicked off about a month ago. Tickets are being sold for a chance to win a meat bundle worth $500. The meat bundle includes a ribeye loin, a New York strip loin, 30 pounds of 85/15 ground beef, 40 pounds of boneless chicken breasts, and 3 boneless pork loins. Tickets are sold 1 for $25 or 5 for $100. They can be purchased at the following locations: In Preston: Downtown Preston Valley Golf Course Maquoketa State Bank EV High School In Miles: Clinton National Bank Kountry Kutters – Kendra Cornilsen In Sabula: Homeport The winner will be drawn during halftime of the Easton Valley football game on September 29th. You do not need to be present to win. Holdgrafer says, “There is really no way to lose. You either win the meat bundle or you win by supporting such a great guy and a great cause.” If you are unable to make it to any of the above locations but would like to purchase tickets, please contact Hayden’s cell phone at 563-357-3542 or email him at
25 days ago, Marsha Skoff
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Announcements for Tuesday, September 5, 2023 -
25 days ago, Marsha Skoff
LEAP week of September 5-8 Tuesday- Game night Wednesday- field trip to Twogood Park in Preston Thursday- Harry Potter night Friday- Outside Night
26 days ago, Andrea Reuter
The EV Student Council is encouraging our community businesses to participate in the Homecoming Parade and window displays, ..."Greek Getaway!" If you would like to have a float in the parade or you need paint for windows, please contact Denise Larson. LET"S GO RIVER HAWKS!
28 days ago, Denise Larson
The Hall of Fame Banquet is fast approaching. Businesses or individuals can help sponsor the event in the following ways; Table Sponorships are available for $100.00. Includes 2 meal tickets and table and banquet program recognition for the sponsoring business. Award Sponorships are available for any amount includes recognition in the banquet program. Easton Valley Hall of Fame Banquet tickets are for sale! Come enjoy an evening with our Class of 2023 Inductees! Ticket Purchase locations include; Easton Valley JH/HS, Easton Valley Elementary, Maquoketa State Bank in Preston, Clinton National Bank in Preston.
29 days ago, Sara Nelson
2023 Hall of Fame Banquet
Congratulations Johnny Portz for being selected as the September Senior of the Month.
29 days ago, Marsha Skoff
Announcements September 1, 2023 -
29 days ago, Marsha Skoff
Picture Day is Tuesday, September 19th.
about 1 month ago, Marsha Skoff
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We are here to reduce chronic absences and advance student success!!
about 1 month ago, Brooke Collister
It was a good day in Ames yesterday for our FFA Members competing in the State FFA Meats and Livestock judging contests! Meats team placed 7th of 20 teams. Members: Hailey Dondlinger, Kelsie Thompson, Breese Orr-Thole, and Abby Schmidt. Livestock team placed 10th of 51 teams. Members: Houston Holdgrafer, Kambree Schwager, MaKenna Klemme, and Charlie Lane. Congratulations!
about 1 month ago, Steven Eskildsen
at contests members judged beef, pork and lamb carcasses. evaluated five beef carcasses for yield and quality grade. in addition identified 25 retail cuts and took a ten question beef formulation and yield grade test.
members evaluated a breeding and market class for sheep, swine, and beef, a class of market goats, and two keep/cull classes. in addition took a 50 question exam over livestock production.