School and district staff must thoroughly investigate each case, determine close contacts and follow through on all the details.
News to know: Free summer meals, findings and key actions from the equity audit and looking ahead to fall.
News to know: Looking ahead to fall, summer camps, Kindergarten Jump Start.
News to know: Last two days of school; turning in a student iPad, Chromebook or laptop; summer learning opportunities.
What to know about turning in a student iPad, Chromebook or laptop for the summer.
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Each school has developed a collection plan that has been or will be shared with students and families.
News to know: Memorial Day, fall 2021 planning, summer credit recovery and more.
News to know: Fall 2021 planning, vaccine eligibility expands, updated mask requirement information and more.
Help guide our 2021-22 school year planning.
Mask wearing guidance has changed, but these changes do not apply to schools.
Meal pick up options are changing.
Planning for 3-foot physical distancing in classrooms, Virtual Future Ready Parent Workshop on April 19, now accepting applications for the Inclusion Preschool program, vaccine eligibility expands.
Students, parents or guardians can pick up meals from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Planning for 3-foot physical distancing in classrooms, meals offered during spring break, culture and climate survey, Virtual Future Ready Parent Workshop.
Update on physical distancing requirements and next steps. Plus, meet the new board director!
Physical distancing in schools, updates on new superintendent and school board appointment and schedule for the last week of the school year.
More high schoolers to begin hybrid learning; middle and high school bus route changes; and seeking applicants for the board of directors, position 2.
Some of our bus routes have recently changed due to hybrid learning schedules.
New superintendent, high school hybrid learning kicks off, opening on the VPS school board and upcoming culture and climate survey.
High school hybrid learning dates, health screening reminder and an update on the superintendent search.
See the dates that high school hybrid learning will begin.
Middle and high school hybrid learning, superintendent search community forum and winter weather.
Middle school hybrid learning survey reminder, changed hybrid learning start dates and new COVID data dashboard.
This revision will extend our grades 6-8 reopening dates by one week.
Parents of middle school students will receive a survey asking them to select one of three options for their child(ren).
Information about hybrid learning plans presented for middle and high schools.
The timing of the transition is dependent on COVID-19 case rates in Clark County.
Hybrid learning to expand Jan. 25, health screenings, vaccinations and more.
Hybrid learning will begin soon for elementary students; timeline; and what's next for middle and high schools.
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Recommendation for beginning hybrid learning for grades K-8, gathering name suggestions for a new elementary school, in-district boundary exceptions and magnet programs and programs of choice.
The superintendent’s recommendation is consistent with new guidelines issued last month by Washington Governor Jay Inslee and the Washington Department of Health.
VPS may be able to accelerate the transition to small group, in-person learning for kindergarten through fifth-grade students in January 2021, contingent upon CCPH support and COVID-19 metrics.
Get details on the pause on small group in-person learning and the earliest dates that more students could begin in-person learning.
In-person classes will have 10 or fewer students.
VPS is taking precautions to keep students and employees safe.
VPS will welcome small groups of kindergarten students back into school classrooms for in-person learning, consistent with Department of Health guidance.
The plan is underway to bring small groups of kindergarten students into classrooms.