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!
Parent/Teacher virtual conferences are Thursday, October 21, from 2:30 pm - 7:30 pm, and Friday, October 22 from 7:30 am - 11:00 am. You can schedule your conferences with your child's teacher in Skyward. Directions on how to schedule conferences on Skyward are posted to Bay's website (bay.vansd.org) under Quick Links. Need help? Call 360-313-4400 [...]
Picture retakes are scheduled for Monday, October 18, in the upper west gym. If you didn't get your picture taken last month, your English teacher will send you to the gym to get it done.
Parents and guardians will receive information about the comprehensive sexual health curriculum presented to their children in class.
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.
WSU Vancouver is holding workshops to help you understand how to pay for college! Open to ALL Vancouver residents (even if not planning on attending WSU). Attend an A – Z of Paying for College workshop to learn about—all the ways to pay for college—grants, loans, savings, scholarships, work … Which money is free and [...]
The district is developing an equity policy that will provide a roadmap for day-to-day operations, providing accountability and guidance for decision-making.
ACE is an after-school mentorship that connects Portland & SW Washington high school students to careers in architecture, construction and engineering. This local program serves over 100 students per year and relies on 100 volunteer mentors, all professionals in their fields, to coach students in a hands-on, team-oriented project. The program has demonstrated success in [...]
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.