Meet some of the newest members of Team VPS!
VPS welcomed 17 new educators to the district this month.
Welcome to some of the newest members of #TeamVPS!
This month's recipients represent Fort Vancouver and Columbia River high schools, Lincoln Elementary School and the transportation and special services departments.
The April 2021 award recipients include three teachers, a district resource officer and an attendance clerk.
Meet this month's recipients.
The district’s graduation rates have demonstrated an upward trend in recent years.
The show featured visual art and dance by Vancouver students.
Five Vancouver Public Schools students earned honors in the Educational Service District 112 Regional High School Art Show.
Jeffrey Sherman never cared for coffee when he was in high school. But preparing for the SkillsUSA competition required early morning practice sessions.
Vancouver students recently earned spots among some of the state's most talented youth musicians.
It's rare to get an overdue library book back after several years.
Find out who the 2019 "Real Heroes" are in Vancouver Public Schools
Congratulations to the student-athletes and their coaches!
Almost 60 students from Vancouver Public Schools medaled in the state competition.
Four teachers and a paraeducator received Excellence Awards this month.
All proceeds support FFA and programs that teach kids job skills.
The following changes in administration will take place in August for the 2019-20 school year. These changes do not increase costs in the district’s administrative budget. Five central office administrative positions have been eliminated as [...]
Allison Blaine of Hudson’s Bay High School secured her second state championship in wrestling and Grace Gordon of Columbia River High School achieved a gold medal in gymnastics.
The show features award-winning artwork by students from Hudson's Bay High School, Vancouver School of Arts and Academics and Fort Vancouver High School Center for International Studies.
With this certification, these educators have demonstrated that they have reached the highest levels of the profession.
Fourteen student-musicians were selected for the Washington Music Educators Association's bands, choirs and orchestras.
This month's winners include two teachers, two custodians and an associate principal.
Three VPS students traveled in September to Washington, D.C., for leadership activities.
Jose Rangel—Joe as he’s known at school—loves working in the welding shop.
Noah Beltran, a recent graduate of Fort Vancouver High School Center for International Studies and former Clark College Running Start student, is one of only two Washington state students selected.
See the state champs from around the district!
Leadership, the students say, starts small.
The class is a pre-AP Spanish seminar taught entirely in Spanish, a language these students have been studying for years.
Work is expected to be completed at all high school fields by fall 2018.
Orpheus, a live event featuring honest, compelling, original stories, returns for the fifth year.
Congratulations to Fort Vancouver, Columbia River, Hudson's Bay and Skyview high schools and Vancouver School of Arts and Academics!
Two teachers, a certified occupational therapy assistant, a paraeducator and clerk are this month's winners.
“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.
High school senior and Careers in Education student Scully Falcon-Rosas, center, reads to students in Carol Patrick's class at Ogden Elementary. “She’s really nice and she knows how to work with kids," said [...]
Their writing appraises not only what their topics mean through the lens of identity, but also the social ramifications of their themes.
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.
Horticulture students at the Center for International Studies and teacher Toree Hiebert are working to create a garden that will reflect the student body's many cultures.