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 will Lake Shore Elementary benefit from a 2017 bond measure? Find out!
Find out how Minnehaha Elementary will benefit from a bond measure.
In addition to every school in the district, support facilities will 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 will receive with funds from a bond measure.
A new boiler and HVAC system are coming to Alki.
A secure entrance and Family-Community Resource Center are among the upgrades that Washington Elementary will receive.
Built in 2004, Salmon Creek Elementary will receive upgrades, thanks to a voter-approved bond measure.
See the two concepts that planning teams of staff members and architects developed for the Lieser Campus!
Gaiser Middle School will 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 will receive with funding from a bond measure.
How will Jefferson Middle School benefit from the 2017 bond measure? Find out here!
How will Discovery Middle School benefit from the 2017 bond measure? Find out here!
Because voters approved a bond measure, every school in the district will benefit, including Vancouver Flex Academy. Find out how!
Learn about how Skyview High School will benefit from a bond measure passed in 2017.
Future improvements at Fruit Valley Community Learning Center will include new classrooms, a roof replacement and more!
Find out how GATE will benefit because voters approved 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.
Reducing class sizes is part of a larger goal to overhaul aging, crowded schools that no longer meet today's teaching and learning needs.
Summer is one of the busiest times for the district's maintenance staff. Read about what they've been up to while school's out.
Find out what's new in Vancouver Public Schools for the 2016-17 school year.
To help Walnut Grove Elementary overcome its facility-related challenges, planning teams of staff members and architects have developed three architectural concepts and designs.
Vancouver Public Schools was selected to receive a $43 million grant from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. The grant will be used to build and expand classrooms to make kindergarten through third-grade class sizes smaller.
Following a symposium to gather ideas for a new King Elementary that would help the school overcome its facility-related challenges, planning teams of staff members and architects translated the key themes into architectural concepts and designs.
Martin Luther King Elementary School opened in March 1971. Today, however, the facility no longer adequately supports 21st-century educational requirements.
Truman planning teams unveiled four concepts for a new, larger school.
Following an April 13 symposium to gather ideas for a new McLoughlin Middle School that would help the school overcome its facility-related challenges, planning teams of staff members and architects translated the key themes into architectural concepts and designs.
Today, McLoughlin Middle School is a diverse, vibrant school. But the school faces significant challenges in its facility.
Planning teams of staff members and architects developed concepts and designs for a new, larger Ogden.
The district is embarking on a redesign of Ogden to address the building’s challenges. Nearly 70 people gathered at a March 9 symposium to discuss what the new school would be like.
Thank you, Vancouver! The replacement educational maintenance and operations levy for Vancouver Public Schools appears to be passing easily.
Voters have just one more week to submit ballots for the Vancouver Public Schools' levy election.
Learn about the replacement educational maintenance and operations levy that will be on the Feb. 9 ballot.
Get the facts about Vancouver Public Schools' replacement educational maintenance and operations levy.
If you want to know what an elementary school should look and feel like, ask a fifth-grader. An elementary school should “feel like you’re at home and be comfortable. Because if you’re comfortable, you’re comfortable [...]
Planning teams of staff members and architects translated key themes from a symposium into architectural concepts and designs. The following month, they unveiled three concepts for a new, consolidated school.
Vancouver iTech Preparatory is flourishing, but its facilities present challenges to the school's operations and growth.
Vancouver Public Schools will begin the 2015-16 school year on Wednesday, Sept. 2.
In March, the district conducted an informal online survey about district facilities needs. More than 1,500 respondents—parents, students, staff members and the community—told VPS how its buildings could be improved. King Elementary School, built [...]