If your child was too young to begin kindergarten this fall, they may still be eligible to start school this year. Find out how.
In this issue: A replacement levy will be on the February ballot, learn about the VPS budget, and more.
In partnership with the Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency (CRESA) and other local agencies, Vancouver Public Schools is participating in a committee tasked with updating Clark County’s Hazard Mitigation Plan.
In this issue: Meet our education ombudsman, Vancouver Public Schools is partnering with Share of Vancouver and Clark County Food Bank to host free food pantries, the SmileMobile is coming to Vancouver, replacement levy planned for February 2023!
On September 8, 2022, Governor Inslee announced that all remaining COVID-19 emergency orders and the ongoing state of emergency will end on October 31.
Families can find free food at several locations.
In this issue: Write our story, VITA Learning Lab introduces students to project-based learning, bus driver shortage results in delayed bus routes, replacement levy planned for February 2023, join the VPS team!
We are experiencing a severe shortage of school bus drivers, which may result in delayed buses to and from school over the next several weeks. We recognize this is a major inconvenience for many of our families and we apologize.
In this issue: Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month, replacement levy planned for February 2023, curriculum nights are underway, join the VPS team!
In this issue: First day of school photos, fall Panorama survey, Transitional Kindergarten, free meals for all students.