Photo: Concept design of the new K-5 elementary school (back right), which will be built adjacent to the Fort Vancouver Regional Library Operations Center at Mill Plain Blvd. and Fort Vancouver Way. Your [...]
Because local voters approved a bond measure in 2017, Columbia River High School will receive facility improvements.
Playgrounds at 13 elementary schools are getting new rubberized surfaces and fields at four high schools are under construction this summer.
Work is expected to be completed at all high school fields by fall 2018.
Students were selected from McLoughlin and Thomas Jefferson middle schools; Columbia River, Fort Vancouver, Hudson's Bay and Skyview high schools; and Vancouver School of Arts and Academics.
Class-size reductions, playground improvements and turf field installations are among the upcoming projects.
Three individual titles and one team championship were among the highlights of VPS' student-athletes' success at spring state tournaments.
The honorees were selected based on their performance and promise in the fields of science, math and technology.
Planning is underway for the first phase of several construction projects. Find out the timeline for construction.
Three VPS students earned recognition in the 2017 Washington state Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
Christine Choi's work, “Unity,” will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
This accomplished young violinist already has built an impressive resume of awards and high-profile performances.
Hudson’s Bay, Fort Vancouver, Columbia River and Skyview high schools and Vancouver School of Arts and Academics all won at least one gold medal.
Three paraeducators and one teacher were selected to receive Employee Excellence Awards for the month of April 2017.
This summer, budding artists may participate in a variety of activities, including dance, acting, music and the visual arts.
Plan to do the plant sale circuit and check out all of the district's CTE programs and their unique offerings.
Two teachers, a literacy facilitator and a registrar are among the latest employees to earn the district's award for outstanding staff members.
Hudson's Bay, Columbia River and Skyview high schools earn top spots in the regional and state Knowledge Bowl competitions.
Students from Vancouver Public Schools were awarded first place in three of the four overall categories.
Columbia River High School's Symphony Koss is one of 19 students who spent a week as pages during the current legislative session.
Musicians from around the district recently were honored for their talents.
See who placed in the top 10 at state in swimming, gymnastics, bowling and wrestling!
The top three competitors will advance to the state competition in Yakima, Washington, in March 2017.
This Wednesday, March 1, high school juniors throughout the district have the opportunity to take the Scholastic Aptitude Test during the school day. SAT School Day is offered to make the three-and-a-half-hour exam available to [...]
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. [...]
Congratulations to Columbia River High School's Symphony Koss! The talented sophomore recently was named a gold medalist in the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra's Young Artists competition.
Get the inside story on the district's upcoming bond request.
Vancouver Public Schools was represented well in the fall 2016 state tournaments.
Congratulations to the winners of the November 2016 Employee Excellence Awards!
Learn about the bond measure that will appear on the Feb. 14, 2017, special election ballot.
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.
Four employees were selected for the October 2016 Excellence Award recognition. They were honored at the Oct. 25 school board meeting.
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.
Connor Rasmussen, Skyview High School, and Nicholas Neathamer, Columbia River High School, were named Semifinalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Students from all over Vancouver Public Schools represented the district and their individual schools at the 2016 spring state championships. Congratulations to all the participants!
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.
Name and avocation converge for Symphony Koss. The accomplished violinist and pianist has received several awards and accolades over the past year.
By collecting thousands of pounds of plastic film wrap, Vancouver schools learned about recycling in Clark County's 2016 Trex Plastic Wrap Collection Challenge.
Congratulations to Courtney Stump, Columbia River High School, and Gabriel Epstein, Vancouver School of Arts and Academics. Both are recipients of National Merit Awards.
Students from Vancouver Public Schools joined some of Washington's finest high school musicians at the State Solo and Ensemble Contest.
Four employees were selected for the April 2016 recognition. They were honored at the April 26 school board meeting.
Livia Anderson, a student at Columbia River High School, and Sydney Fox-Middleton, a student at Vancouver iTech Preparatory, have been selected for the first phase of the 10th Washington Aerospace Scholars program at the Museum of Flight.
Nearly 40 high school seniors have been nominated for the Marshall Youth Leadership Award, given by the Fort Vancouver National Trust. The award honors Clark County's high school seniors who exemplify the leadership of the award's namesake, General George C. Marshall.
On Friday, March 25, Vancouver Public Schools Superintendent Steve Webb will host his last patron tour of the 2015–2016 school year. The tour will provide an in-depth look at the dynamic learning opportunities at Columbia River High School and Discovery Middle School.
Four employees were selected for the February 2016 recognition. They were honored at the Feb. 23 school board meeting.