Thank you, local voters!
Just one week remains to vote on Vancouver Public Schools’ bond measure, Proposition 2.
The construction schedule prioritizes eligibility for state assistance funding and completing projects on time and within budget.
Ballots were mailed to voters who live within the district's boundaries on Friday, Jan. 27. The election is Tuesday, Feb. 14.
Obtenga más información sobre la iniciativa electoral de emisión de bonos que mejoría todas las escuelas del distrito. La fecha límite para enviar las boletas de voto es el martes, 14 de febrero. [...]
The 60-year-old Fir Grove/Vista building does not meet the needs of the school's staff, students and families and has many facility-related challenges.
Review the two design concepts developed for Fir Grove/Vista after a symposium that asked staff members to reimagine the school's future.
Get the inside story on the district's upcoming bond request.
Vancouver Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Steve Webb sits down with Jason Lee Middle School teacher Carl Click to lay out the facts for the bond measure the school district is asking voters to approve in February 2017.
See the three concepts that planning teams of staff members and architects developed for VSAA's proposed expansion!
VSAA's students and staff excel, thanks to a strong school culture and parental support. However, the building that houses the school prevents it from fully meeting local demand for artistic opportunities.
Learn about the bond measure that will appear on the Feb. 14, 2017, special election ballot.
Learn about the two new schools that may be coming to the district if voters approve a bond measure in February 2017.
With funding from a bond measure, Hudson's Bay High School could receive upgrades including a new Family-Community Resource Center, air conditioning, new gymnasium bleachers and more!
Kiggins Bowl, built in 1946, may receive an upgrade if voters approve a bond measure that will appear on the Feb. 14, 2017, ballot.
If local voters approve a bond measure on Feb. 14, 2017, Fort Vancouver High School could receive a secure entrance, Family-Community Resource Center, new roof and many other upgrades.
A new roof, classroom and Family-Community Resource Center are among the upgrades that Hazel Dell Elementary could receive.
Lincoln Elementary School could receive a new secure entrance, Family-Community Resource Center and other improvements if voters approve a bond measure on Feb. 14.
Harney Elementary could receive upgrades such as new classrooms and a new Family-Community Resource Center if voters approve a bond measure in February 2017.
With passage of a bond measure in February 2017, Felida Elementary could receive upgrades including new classrooms and improvements to heating and cooling systems.
Sacajawea could receive a new gym, commons, kitchen and covered play area, as well as other upgrades, if voters approve a bond measure this February.
Learn about the upgrades that could be made to Eisenhower Elementary, if voters approve a bond measure.
Chinook Elementary could receive a new secure entrance and other upgrades with passage of a bond measure in February 2017.
With voter approval of a bond measure in February 2017, Anderson Elementary could be upgraded.
New classrooms, a new roof and an expanded parking lot are among the improvements to Franklin that could be made if a bond measure passes on Feb. 24, 2017.
A secure entrance, Family-Community Resource Center, air conditioning and more: Learn how Hough Elementary could benefit from a bond measure.
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, Vancouver Public Schools' board of directors approved a resolution to put a capital facilities bond measure on the ballot in the Feb. 14, 2017, special election.
How would Lake Shore Elementary benefit from a bond measure? Find out!
Find out how Minnehaha Elementary could benefit from a bond measure.
In addition to every school in the district, support facilities could be upgraded with funds from a bond measure.
A secure entrance and Family-Community Resource Center are two of the four upgrades that Roosevelt Elementary could receive with funds from a bond measure.
A new boiler and HVAC system may be coming to Alki, if voters approve a bond measure.
A secure entrance and Family-Community Resource Center are among the upgrades that Washington Elementary could receive.
Built in 2004, Salmon Creek Elementary could receive upgrades if voters approve a bond measure this February.
See the two concepts that planning teams of staff members and architects developed for the Lieser Campus!
Gaiser Middle School could receive multiple upgrades with funding from a bond measure.
A Family-Community Resource Center, secure entrance and new track are among the many improvements that Jason Lee Middle School could receive with funding from a bond measure.
How would Jefferson Middle School benefit from a bond measure? Find out here!
How would Discovery Middle School benefit from a bond measure? Find out here!
If voters approve a bond measure, every school in the district would benefit, including Vancouver Flex Academy. Find out how!
Learn about how Skyview High School could benefit from a bond measure that will go before local voters in February 2017.
Future improvements at Fruit Valley Community Learning Center could include new classrooms, a roof replacement and more!
Find out how GATE would benefit if voters approve a bond measure on Feb. 14, 2017.
The building that houses the Lieser campus opened in 1944. Today, it no longer meets modern teaching and learning needs.
With input from students, staff, parents and the community, staff members and architects worked together to develop three architectural concepts that would help Columbia River High School overcome its facility-related challenges.
Learn about facility-related challenges at Columbia River High School.
The district is developing plans to improve every school, contingent on approval of a bond measure.
Clark County is growing. Census data indicates that between 2000 and 2015, the county’s population grew more than 30 percent. The influx of new residents has raised the number of students in schools. Vancouver Public Schools’ enrollment has grown more than 7 percent in the last 15 years.
Over the past 26 years, local voters have approved three bond measures that, with matching funds from the state, have enabled the district to improve its facilities substantially, as well as replace older buildings and construct new schools in areas with growing populations.
Reducing class sizes is part of a larger goal to overhaul aging, crowded schools that no longer meet today's teaching and learning needs.