If your family is at risk of eviction or needs help paying rent (including back rent), you may be eligible for new government funds that will be available on Monday, Oct. 18.
The district is developing an equity policy that will provide a roadmap for day-to-day operations, providing accountability and guidance for decision-making.
Completion rate for Covid-19 vaccination or approved exemption is 99.98%.
News to know: Free optional COVID-19 testing for staff members and current students, rental assistance, community invited to provide input on proposed equity policy, health curriculum introduction, review process begins for the Highly Capable program and more!
Parents and guardians will receive information about the comprehensive sexual health curriculum presented to their children in class.
In recognition of National Diverse Ability Awareness Month, our October Diversity Reading Challenge is to read a book about a person or character who has diverse abilities. During lunch times on October 29th, there will be a Book Club in the library where people who have participated in the challenge will talk about the books [...]
Teachers and administrators will begin identifying second through ninth grade students who may be eligible to participate in the program in the 2021-22 school year.
On Oct. 5, Vancouver Public Schools board members and Superintendent Jeff Snell joined contractors and architects to kick off the construction of the new Ruth Bader Ginsburg Elementary School with a groundbreaking ceremony. Site preparation is underway at NE 25th Avenue and NE 88th Street. The expected date of opening, however, is pushed back by [...]
News to know: Free optional COVID-19 testing and testing for athletics, rental assistance, community invited to provide input on proposed equity policy, Washington state Healthy Youth Survey, understanding financial aid and more.
Learn more about optional testing and testing for student-athletes.