College admissions staff will reach out to qualifying students by email beginning in December.
Completion rate for Covid-19 vaccination or approved exemption is 99.98%.
Lea este mensaje en Español. Прочитать данное сообщение по-русски. Ánea nón fósun Chuuk. 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 [...]
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Recently updated state guidelines now require spectators to wear face coverings at outdoor events with 500 or more people in attendance. The new guidance includes spectators, event staff and school bands in the seating areas of stadiums and fields. Masks are not required for coaches, players or game officials. We appreciate our families and [...]
Lea este mensaje en Español. Прочитать данное сообщение по-русски. Vancouver Public Schools values all of our volunteers, and we are grateful for their service to our students and staff. This year, we are welcoming back our volunteers on a gradual basis to maintain health and safety protocols in our schools. To limit the [...]
Vancouver Public Schools’ ongoing commitment to music education earned the district its third consecutive award as one of the Best Communities for Music Education. The honor, given by the nonprofit National Association of Music Merchants Foundation, recognizes commitment and dedication to music and the arts as part of a well-rounded education. VPS is one of [...]
An equity audit will help guide the district's goal to meet the needs of its diverse community.
High school outdoor athletics will begin Feb. 1 as allowed by WIAA in Phase I of Washington State Department of Health guidelines. Sports considered low risk are the first to be cleared for practice and competition. These include boys golf, boys tennis and boys and girls cross country. Competitions will take place among Greater St. [...]
The timing of the transition is dependent on COVID-19 case rates in Clark County.