In just five years, Ogden Elementary Secretary Traicy Brent has quickly distinguished herself as a talented professional.
Allison Blaine is the fourth Clark County athlete to clinch three wrestling championships and only the second Vancouver Public Schools wrestler to accomplish this feat.
A counselor at Discovery Middle School for more than a decade, Megan Bledsoe uses data to monitor student progress and determine where additional support might be needed.
Our community partners and employees have worked tirelessly to provide food, basic necessities, child care, technology, instruction, learning support, nursing, counseling and problem-solving assistance.
History teacher John Zingale brings the past to life for his middle school students at Vancouver iTech Preparatory. His hands-on teaching style recently earned Zingale the distinction of top middle school history teacher in the country, an award given by the Sons of the American Revolution.
Washington state teachers must follow these rules when determining grades for high school course credit during the COVID-19 school closure.
The following changes in administration will take place in August for the 2020-21 school year. All personnel assignments are subject to final approval by the school board. Darci Fronk, principal at Alki Middle School, will [...]
Updates on grading, credits, report cards, retrieving personal items from schools, fines and fees, elementary-middle school and middle-high school transitions and high school seniors.
We have missed seeing our students over the past few weeks and had hoped that our schools would be able to reopen their doors later this spring, but we know it is essential for us to act responsibly for everyone’s safety.
Vancouver Public Schools’ students and staff will not travel to athletic competitions and activities being held in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.
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.
District employees are working directly with Clark County Public Health and the Washington State Department of Health to monitor the evolving situation.
VPS has been in contact with Clark County Public Health and has not been advised to take additional precautions. VPS will continue to take normal precautions, monitor schools and follow the recommendations of the local and state departments of health.