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Evergreen Education Association members and allies walk into the Evergreen Public Schools headquarters on June 14 in advance of a school board meeting. The union held the rally before the meeting to draw attention to priorities in this year's ongoing bargaining session and relay messages of feeling unheard by district leaders.

Evergreen, Camas teachers vote for potential strike if deal can’t be reached with districts

Evergreen Education Association members and allies walk into the Evergreen Public Schools headquarters on June 14 in advance of a school board meeting. The union held the rally before the meeting to draw attention to priorities in this year's ongoing bargaining session and relay messages of feeling unheard by district leaders.

August 24, 2023, 10:45am Clark County News

The Evergreen Education Association voted Wednesday evening to authorize a strike if its bargaining team cannot reach a deal on a new contract with Evergreen Public Schools in the coming days. The teachers’ union is the biggest in Clark County, representing over 1,500 certificated teachers in Evergreen. Read story

Ridgefield School District Board of Directors seeks to fill District 5 vacancy

August 24, 2023, 5:56am Clark County News

The Ridgefield School District Board of Directors is seeking applications to fill its District 5 director vacancy. The position is a temporary appointment until new members are sworn in following the results of the Nov. 7 election. Read story

School administrators join Washington State University alumni and supporters as they greet students and staff on the first day of classes at Washington State University Vancouver on Monday morning.

WSU Vancouver sees a packed campus on first day of classes

School administrators join Washington State University alumni and supporters as they greet students and staff on the first day of classes at Washington State University Vancouver on Monday morning.

August 21, 2023, 6:14pm Clark County News

The first day of classes began Monday at Washington State University Vancouver, and with it came a bustling community of students and faculty that surprised both administrators and upperclassmen. Read story

Minnehaha Elementary School in the Vancouver school district.

Tuberculosis case tied to Minnehaha Elementary School

Minnehaha Elementary School in the Vancouver school district.

August 18, 2023, 2:20pm Clark County Health

A person associated with Minnehaha Elementary School has been diagnosed with a case of infectious tuberculosis, Clark County Public Health reported Friday. Read story

Evergreen Education Association members and allies stand outside the Evergreen Public Schools headquarters on June 14 in advance of a school board meeting. The union and the district are now entering mediation.

Evergreen Public Schools, teachers union bring in state mediator as contract negotiations stall

Evergreen Education Association members and allies stand outside the Evergreen Public Schools headquarters on June 14 in advance of a school board meeting. The union and the district are now entering mediation.

August 17, 2023, 5:27pm Clark County News

Bargaining teams from Evergreen Public Schools and the Evergreen Education Association have brought in a state mediator to help reach a tentative agreement amid stalled contract negotiations. Read story

Former Ridgefield School District Superintendent Nathan McCann, seen here in 2019 (The Columbian files)

Ridgefield schools superintendent steps down

Former Ridgefield School District Superintendent Nathan McCann, seen here in 2019 (The Columbian files)

August 9, 2023, 5:19pm Clark County News

Ridgefield School District Superintendent Nathan McCann announced his resignation at Tuesday evening’s board of directors meeting. Read story

Cascade Park Community Library will host resource fair

August 8, 2023, 5:56am Business

WorkSource and FVRLibraries are hosting a Community Resources Fair at the Cascade Park Community Library from 4 to 7 p.m. Aug. 23. The event will provide connections and resources for those seeking assistance with finding employment, education, health care and more. Read story

Students and teachers from Educational Opportunities for Children and Families greet participants in the Legislator Education & Action Project as they make a brief stop on their bus tour Friday morning. State dignitaries joined regional early education leaders for a rally in support of their services. As Clark County and greater Southwest Washington struggles to provide services for a growing young student population, a proposed House budget could lead to another massive cut.

Lawmakers, business leaders rally in Vancouver in support of child care

Students and teachers from Educational Opportunities for Children and Families greet participants in the Legislator Education & Action Project as they make a brief stop on their bus tour Friday morning. State dignitaries joined regional early education leaders for a rally in support of their services. As Clark County and greater Southwest Washington struggles to provide services for a growing young student population, a proposed House budget could lead to another massive cut.

August 4, 2023, 12:43pm Clark County News

Southwest Washington business leaders, educators and legislators converged in Vancouver early Friday morning to rally in support of early learning providers as Congress weighs cuts to child care programs. Read story

Dani Jamison of Union High School, left in white, works with Shane Heideman of Colville High School as they dissect a power strip in the physics room Wednesday afternoon. Teachers from across Washington this week are converging on Educational Service District 112's headquarters in Vancouver to receive new or continued training on OpenSciEd, a highly successful project-based science curriculum gaining interest in the state.

Educators come to Vancouver to learn how to teach project-based science curriculum

Dani Jamison of Union High School, left in white, works with Shane Heideman of Colville High School as they dissect a power strip in the physics room Wednesday afternoon. Teachers from across Washington this week are converging on Educational Service District 112's headquarters in Vancouver to receive new or continued training on OpenSciEd, a highly successful project-based science curriculum gaining interest in the state.

August 3, 2023, 5:31pm Clark County News

Don Pringle was having some trouble getting control of his classroom. Read story

Morning sun illuminates a sign on a building at Clark College in January 2022.

Clark College gets $1M in federal funding to develop Center for Clean Energy

Morning sun illuminates a sign on a building at Clark College in January 2022.

August 1, 2023, 5:34pm Business

Clark College announced Monday it has received $1 million in federal funding to develop a Center for Clean Energy. Read story