Update: COVID-19 testing for current students and staff members will resume on Jan. 26 and Jan. 27 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
News to know: temporary remote learning continues for some schools, revised equity policy reflects feedback from community, school menu has a new look and mobile app, free optional COVID-19 testing, apply now for specialty programs, rental assistance and more!
Learn about continuing temporary remote learning and what’s next.
Find out what will be served at your child’s school using our new online menu.
The policy will go to the board of directors on Feb. 8 for final approval.
News to know: Free optional COVID-19 testing resumes, middle and high schools temporarily moving to remote learning days, apply now for specialty programs, rental assistance, in-district boundary exceptions for 2022-23, refer a highly capable student for services, kindergarten registration and more!
Would you like your child to attend a different VPS school than their neighborhood school next year? If you live within VPS boundaries, please apply for an in-district boundary exception.
Do you know a student who performs or shows potential for performing at a significantly advanced academic level?
Middle and high schools temporarily moving to remote learning days | Español | Русский | Fóósun Chuuk
It is necessary to implement a temporary schedule in which some of our schools will switch to four days of remote learning over the next three weeks.
The move to remote learning applies only to preschool classes at Marshall, Truman, King and Ogden elementary schools.
Important information about weather-related school closures and delays | Español | Русский | Fóósun Chuuk
In the event of a weather delay or closure, it will be shared numerous ways.
Apply for Vancouver Public Schools’ secondary magnet programs and programs of choice beginning Jan. 5
VPS students can participate in magnet programs and programs of choice that allow them to pursue their unique interests. From the arts and STEM to welding, medicine, cooking and blended learning, there's something for everyone. Find out how to apply.
With the new year comes new challenges as the result of the highly transmissible omicron variant of COVID-19.
Washington state Department of Health announced changes to COVID-19 testing for all high-contact indoor school sports.
Effective immediately, VPS will pause all wrestling activities, including practices, travel and competition.
News to know: Rental assistance, equity policy headed for school board vote, students to receive Lenovo laptops, Xello Family and more.
College admissions staff will reach out to qualifying students by email beginning in December.
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.
Technology changes are coming to VPS students in sixth through 12th grades in the 2022-23 school year.
Advanced Manufacturing has added new CNC machining equipment including a plasma-cutting table, CAD lab, 3D printers, virtual welders and new energy-efficient welding units.
Several VPS schools appear on U.S. News and World Report's 2021 list of leading high schools.
Please help keep school sports open and safe for everyone by following the state masking rules.
No start date has been set for testing at VPS schools. Before any optional testing will be offered at school sites, the district will have a plan in place that addresses logistics and safety, and will communicate information to staff members and families.
You will receive an invitation soon to access your Xello Family account, where you can view your child's progress and explore the tool along with them.
News to know: COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11 approved by FDA, VPS will conduct study of its school calendar, Transitional Kindergarten at Ogden Elementary, free food pantries--and more!
The impact of the pandemic has demonstrated that opportunities may exist to serve students in different ways throughout the year.
The new elementary school is set to open next fall; however, due to an enrollment decline across the district, the school is going to operate for the first year as a learning and teaching lab.