Ми всі шоковані насиллям, що розгортається в Україні, і ми виступаємо разом як шкільна спільнота проти жорстокості та насильства. На нас всех повлияла информация о развёртывании силовых действий в Украине, и наше школьное сообщество сплочённо выступает против жестокости и насилия.
The policy will help ensure that all students have what they need to participate in school life and reach their full potential.
Students in Ms. Nelson's second-grade class are expressing themselves in the styles of Maya Angelou and Jean-Michel Basquiat in a special poetry and art lesson.
The policy will go to the board of directors on Feb. 8 for final approval.
The VPS board of directors will hold a first reading of the policy at its Jan. 11, 2022, school board meeting. The board will vote on the policy on Feb. 8.
“Music in our culture has a really big role. Lots of ceremonies are surrounded by drums, singing and dancing,” said Mona Pocha.
The district is developing an equity policy that will provide a roadmap for day-to-day operations, providing accountability and guidance for decision-making.
Findings from the audit showed areas that the district can improve to be more inclusive of all students, families and employees by embracing each person’s unique culture and background.
An equity audit will help guide the district's goal to meet the needs of its diverse community.
The resolution outlines features of the board's commitment to the districtwide equity initiative.
Educators have an elevated level of responsibility to be leaders in this change.
VPS formed the steering committee to seek input and guidance from staff and community members in response to the Washington State Attorney General’s Office investigation of disproportionate discipline in the district.
Vancouver Public Schools is reaching out to staff and community members for input and guidance as part of its response to the Washington State Attorney General’s Office investigation of disproportionate discipline for special education, African [...]
VPS is taking steps to examine and refine its disciplinary policies and practices after a 2018-19 investigation by the Washington state attorney general’s office identified disproportionate outcomes.