An agreement among Vancouver Public Schools and 13 local organizations to establish full-service community schools recently received a boost.
Work continues on school bond projects. Here's the latest on all of the projects to date.
Guests will engage with staff and students, explore classrooms and programs and witness learning at Eisenhower and Hough elementary schools.
This month's winners include two teachers, two custodians and an associate principal.
To reduce class sizes in kindergarten through third grades, the district will construct new classrooms at five schools beginning in fall 2018.
Approximately 60 elementary and middle school students from Vancouver Public Schools made the cut for the National History Bee.
“We’re like a family,” said senior Carmen Chacon of her peers in the Culinary Arts program.
This year's group of National Board-certified teachers is the district's largest.
Class-size reductions, playground improvements and turf field installations are among the upcoming projects.
“The first thing I do is check in with the parent to address their basic needs,” said Nicole Loran-Graham, coordinator of the mobile FCRC. “‘How are you doing? Have you eaten? How are you staying warm? Have you slept?’"
No need to tell these kids about history. They're experts in it—and they've got the accolades to prove it!
Dwight D. Eisenhower Elementary School is one of 280 schools statewide and one of 11 schools in the Educational Service District 112 region to receive a 2016 Washington Achievement Award.
Construction and repair projects for summer 2017 have been scheduled, with funding provided by the bond measure that local voters approved in February 2017.
Seventeen elementary and middle school students from Vancouver Public Schools competed in the regional History Bee held at Columbia River High School.
Meet the staff members who were selected by a committee of their peers to receive Employee Excellence Awards in February 2017.
Learn about the upgrades that could be made to Eisenhower Elementary, if voters approve a bond measure.
The cheering was thunderous as seniors from Columbia River High School paraded down the halls of Eisenhower.
Elementary and middle school students from Vancouver recently competed in the National History Bee and Citizenship Bee in Chicago, Illinois.
Eleven teams representing Eisenhower, Felida, Hazel Dell, Marshall, Ogden and Salmon Creek elementary schools matched literary wits in the fourth annual VPS Battle of the Books.
By collecting thousands of pounds of plastic film wrap, Vancouver schools learned about recycling in Clark County's 2016 Trex Plastic Wrap Collection Challenge.
They came, they saw, they conquered history and geography—the History Bee and U.S. Geography Olympiad, that is.
In March, the district conducted an informal online survey about district facilities needs. More than 1,500 respondents—parents, students, staff members and the community—told VPS how its buildings could be improved. King Elementary School, built [...]
With a team name that is probably deserving to be a title of its own a popular fictional book, a group of Felida Elementary students won the city-wide Battle of the Books May 30 at [...]
Eisenhower, Harney and Hough elementary schools, as well as Vancouver School of Arts and Academics, were among the more than 400 schools statewide that earned Washington Achievement Awards for 2014. The recipients are among the [...]
Knowing all the answers isn’t the priority in Mary Selby’s busy third-grade classroom at Eisenhower Elementary School. In a recent science activity Mary asked her 25 students to examine part of an animal skeleton and [...]