Students in first through eighth grade, (kindergarten is optional but strongly recommended), will be taking the winter i-Ready Diagnostic soon. Find out how to help them be successful!
Superintendents Mike Merlino, Evergreen, and Steve Webb, Vancouver, are urging health officials and Gov. Jay Inslee to re-prioritize vaccinations for educators.
Apply for Vancouver Public Schools’ secondary magnet programs and programs of choice beginning Jan. 6
Secondary students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of magnet programs, full-day programs which feature a unique theme as a focus for the curriculum across all content areas, and programs of choice, half-day programs that provide a concentrated focus in a particular area. These programs are designed to help students explore their interests [...]
See Title I schools and information Title I, Part A of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provides financial assistance to states and Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) to meet the educational needs of students. These additional learning supports help students in meeting the challenging state academic standards and closing the educational opportunity gap. What is [...]
School facilities closed to the public on Monday, Sept. 14; no grab-and-go meal service.
Two resolutions were approved on Sept. 8 authorizing temporary layoffs/furloughs or a partial reduction of work hours.
Vancouver Public Schools and the Vancouver Education Association have agreed to a memorandum of understanding that addresses the terms of employment and delivery of educational services.
Families will be able to choose their preferred learning path for their children.
We are so excited to meet you this upcoming school year! We're welcoming you to our brand new school building... check out our message below and take a virtual tour of the new school with some of your soon-to-be teachers! A few things for new 6th graders to know: Stop by the main office [...]
Learn more about an equity initiative launch for the 2020-21 school year.