If your child was too young to begin kindergarten this fall, they may still be eligible to start school this year. Find out how.
This year, all second through fifth grade students will have an opportunity to visit this new school and learn more about the community they live in.
Thank you to our students, families and staff for your collaboration and contributions to a successful school year!
See some of the professionals joining schools across the district.
Beginning in fall 2020, this new preschool at Ogden Elementary will serve students of all abilities. Apply by July 10!
Work continues on school bond projects. Here's the latest on all of the projects to date.
Seven Vancouver schools are among 24 honored schools from Southwest Washington and 391 statewide.
One by one the high schoolers pair up with second graders and find a spot at one of the long tables.
A nurse, teacher, family-community resource coordinator, theater manager and principal are this month's Excellence Awardees.
Based on feedback, the meet will be moved to Tuesday, May 28. This date applies only to the eight schools affected by the postponed May 20 meet.
Two teachers, a building operator, a secretary and a paraeducator are this month's winners.
The Visit VPS tour will treat guests to exclusive opportunities to engage with staff and students, explore classrooms and programs and experience learning at three schools.
Two teachers, a certified occupational therapy assistant, a paraeducator and clerk are this month's winners.
Real-world experiences extend learning beyond the classroom.
Three teachers, a registrar and an associate principal are this month's winners.
School's in for summer.
Construction and repair projects for summer 2017 have been scheduled, with funding provided by the bond measure that local voters approved in February 2017.
Congratulations to the three teachers who have earned one of the education profession’s highest achievements!
A new roof, classroom and Family-Community Resource Center are among the upgrades that Hazel Dell Elementary will receive.
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.
With a flick of a scarf and a do-si-do, hundreds of elementary and middle school students took the stage on Feb. 16 for Vancouver Public Schools' 19th annual Dance Festival.
A Broader, Bolder Approach to Education today released a case study about Vancouver Public Schools. Developed over the past year, the case study highlights the district's Family-Community Resource Centers, known as FCRCs, and work with local partners to remove poverty-created barriers to learning among more than half of VPS' 23,500 students.
Vancouver Public Schools will present its 19th annual Dance Festival Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Four employees were selected for the December 2015 recognition.
Anderson, Chinook, Felida, Hazel Dell, Lake Shore, Sacajawea and Salmon Creek elementary students recently participated in the annual Fire Safety Poster Contest.
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 [...]
Vancouver Public Schools has announced several administrative changes for the 2015-16 school year. Personnel assignments are subject to final approval by the school board. At the district administrative office, Travis Campbell has been hired as [...]
Four Vancouver Public Schools teachers earned National Board Certification in 2014, demonstrating the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare students for 21st-century careers. This year’s class includes (pictured above from left) Katie Nedved, Vancouver Flex Academy and Vancouver iTech Preparatory, [...]
This month's recipients represent Fruit Valley, Lake Shore, Sacajawea and Hazel Dell elementary schools; McLoughlin Middle School; and Fort Vancouver High School.
Nine Vancouver schools earned the Energy Star for their contributions to protecting the environment through energy efficiency.