Beginning in fall 2020, this new preschool at Ogden Elementary will serve students of all abilities. Apply by July 10!
An agreement among Vancouver Public Schools and 13 local organizations to establish full-service community schools recently received a boost.
Two paraeducators and three teachers are this month's recipients.
Results of the second test showed that average levels at these three locations are now below the U.S. EPA's action level.
Find out what the staff and students had to say about the future of their schools!
Most schools attempt one or two Washington Green Schools certifications per year. Marshall Elementary achieved all six of them.
Both schools will be completely rebuilt in the next few years.
At Marshall Elementary, preschoolers learn shapes, letters and numbers. They sing the “Hello Song” and practice coloring.
Meet William Clark, a young leader from Discovery Middle School. Plus, learn about Carrie Newton, one of his favorite teachers.
Take a virtual tour of the new schools!
Two teachers, a certified occupational therapy assistant, a paraeducator and clerk are this month's winners.
This year's group of National Board-certified teachers is the district's largest.
The public is invited to preview the preliminary architectural designs of Marshall Elementary, McLoughlin Middle School and Lieser Campus at an open house on Wednesday, Jan. 24, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Attendees will be [...]
Class-size reductions, playground improvements and turf field installations are among the upcoming projects.
Seventeen elementary and middle school students from Vancouver Public Schools competed in the regional History Bee held at Columbia River High School.
Marshall and Washington elementary schools placed second and third, respectively, in the Southwest Washington Fire Up Your Feet spring 2016 challenge!
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.
Students from iTech Prep adopted the Marshall Elementary School Family-Community Resource Center over the holidays. They collected food, shoes, clothing and hygiene items worth a total of $500 for Marshall students and families!
If you want to know what an elementary school should look and feel like, ask a fifth-grader. An elementary school should “feel like you’re at home and be comfortable. Because if you’re comfortable, you’re comfortable [...]
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 [...]
Mr. Kirsten Copeland was a stand out when he started at Walnut Grove Elementary School in the fall of 2013, and he continues to be a stand out at Marshall Elementary this year. Kirsten has [...]