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School closures due to the coronavirus

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Vaccinations for school employees 

January 28th, 2021|0 Comments

Washington state is in Phase IB, Tier 1 of its vaccination schedule. This includes people who are 65 and older, and people who are 50 and older who also live in a multigenerational household. School [...]


VPS this week: 1/8/21

January 8th, 2021|0 Comments

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.

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Our grounds crew is mowing less frequently but is continuing to maintain school fields and grounds.

  • Mowing protects equipment. Allowing grasses to grow too much causes strain and equipment failure.
  • Mowing sustains healthier soil, preventing invasive species.
  • With irrigation season approaching, mowed grasses help staff members visually locate sprinkler heads and damaged irrigation lines.

Families can find free food at several locations during the summer.

Las familias pueden obtener comida gratuita en diferentes lugares durante el verano.

Mei wor ekkóch neni famini ir mei tongeni nó ngeni ren ar repwe kúút áninis ren enér mwéngé nón ei summer (Suun-Akkos).

Last updated June 19. 

Until the stay-home order is lifted, we are unable to schedule future building rentals.

Last updated April 16.

Yes! Get the details on how to apply online for the Spanish/English Dual Language Program or Mandarin Language Learning Program.

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On April 6, 2020, Gov. Jay Inslee directed Washington state schools to remain closed for the rest of the 2019–2020 school year. We are committed to doing our very best to educate students during this statewide school closure.

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Online learning resources

Use of the following online learning resources is not required. The purpose is to provide access to resources for all students away from the physical school setting.

k-12 optional learning resources

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The high school principals in Vancouver Public Schools have worked together to compile information that may help with your questions about senior students and graduation.

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