Parents, students, partners, staff and community members are invited to see the future plans for the new Marshall Elementary and McLoughlin Middle School. Preliminary architectural designs will be on display at an open house on Wednesday, Jan. 24, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the library at Marshall Elementary School, 6400 MacArthur Blvd. Information about the plans [...]
Learning something new, seeing friends and teachers, lunch time or recess... the reasons why you come to school are endless! Tell us why attendance matters to you and you could win prize!
Three teachers, a registrar and an associate principal are this month's winners.
Bond-funded upgrades and design work for several replacement schools and the new Vancouver iTech Preparatory building are making daily progress throughout the district. An update on the projects was presented to the board of directors at the Nov. 14 school board work session. Core planning teams from McLoughlin Middle School and Marshall and Ogden [...]
Mindfulness In our 21st century world, we are inundated with information and stimuli. Sometimes, the thought of being “unplugged” is frightening, so we seek out stimulus to avoid “boredom”. This constant barrage can take a tool on our wellbeing. However, recent brain research tell us that our brains are highly active during down time. In [...]
Please take a few minutes to answer a short four-question survey about the one-to-one program, which provides students in third through 12th grades with an iPad or laptop computer.
Learn how to find out about weather-related schedule changes, snow routes and more!
After eight years, Kathy Gillespie is retiring from Vancouver Public Schools’ board of directors.
A partnership with Fort Vancouver Regional Library District will provide digital access to eBooks and resources for students in Vancouver Public Schools for reading and research. Connect FVRL will launch Oct. 30 as a pilot program for the 2017-18 school year. Students in grades nine through 12 at all VPS high schools and students [...]
Even if you're no longer enrolled in high school, you could still receive a diploma in as little as one week if you meet certain criteria.