After the last school bell of the year rang Tuesday at Daybreak Primary School in Battle Ground, doors were flung open and 620 gleeful students erupted, transforming the calm into jubilant chaos.
Program has one year left on five-year federal grant
Four years ago, the wetland below Gaiser Middle School was being choked by invasive plants and garbage carried by stormwater runoff.
Camas man has upgraded skills twice through college
Ken Hill knows how to turn adversity into an opportunity. In the recession-riddled economy, his skill at returning to college to learn new skills has served him well.
Senator visits Vancouver program, listens to stories of how efforts get children ready for school
U.S. Sen. Patty Murray touted the Ready to Learn Act and the importance of early childhood education Friday during a visit to Vancouver.
Second special session will cost Vancouver estimated $78,000
If state legislators don't pass an operating budget within the next week, their failure to do so will cost Vancouver Public Schools an estimated $78,000, the equivalent of one full-time teacher, said Steven Webb, the district's superintendent.
High schoolers must satisfy increasing number of requirement diploma
Thirteen days before his graduation from Heritage High School, senior Gabriel Morales, 17, was told he wouldn't be graduating, after all.
Battle Ground Public Schools board members announced they are likely to use a professional search firm to find a replacement for Shonny Bria, the superintendent who is retiring June 30.
Over the next two weeks, students in Clark County's 10 school districts will be released for almost every kid's favorite time of year: summer vacation. But there are at least a few days left -- check this list to be sure of how many.
Co-workers fete director of Clark County Skills Center and the school's outdoor challenge leader
Laughter echoed from the stand of evergreen trees behind the Clark County Skills Center early Thursday morning as staff members stood in a circle playing team-building games led by Paul Haack, the outdoor challenge course instructor. Standing in the circle and laughing along with his staff was Dennis Kampe, director of the Skills Center.
Marlene McPherson sees common thread among students over the years
After 44 years of teaching -- all of them at Walnut Grove Elementary School -- Marlene McPherson is retiring.