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Columbia River High School announced Friday students voted on Rapids as its new mascot. The school plans to design an official logo and imagery at a later date.

The Rapids: Columbia River student body selects new mascot

Columbia River High School announced Friday students voted on Rapids as its new mascot. The school plans to design an official logo and imagery at a later date.

April 16, 2021, 9:28am Clark County News

Things are rapidly changing at Columbia River High School. First construction, and now a new mascot.  Read story

Bocanegra seeks third term on Evergreen Public Schools’ board

April 16, 2021, 5:56am Clark County News

Julie Bocanegra has announced her candidacy for reelection to the Evergreen Public Schools’ Board of Directors. Read story

Washington schools will put off standardized testing until fall 2021.

Standardized tests for Washington students delayed until fall 2021

Washington schools will put off standardized testing until fall 2021.

April 15, 2021, 3:34pm Clark County News

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction has announced students in Washington won’t have to take two standardized tests this spring. Read story

Columbia River High School seniors Keith Blau, 18, and Luci Ianello, 17, look over choices for the school's new mascot, the Rapids or the Captains, while pausing for a photo in the school's gym.

Columbia River High School students weigh in on mascot

Columbia River High School seniors Keith Blau, 18, and Luci Ianello, 17, look over choices for the school's new mascot, the Rapids or the Captains, while pausing for a photo in the school's gym.

April 14, 2021, 6:01am Clark County News

Keith Blau is proud to be a Columbia River High School student, and, in eight weeks, will be a proud graduate as part of the Class of 2021. Read story

Mechanic Jeremy O'Hearn welds a part at Vigor Industrial in Vancouver in 2019. The Vancouver shipyard is partnering with Clark College on a welding program starting the summer term.

Clark College, Vigor partner on welding program

Mechanic Jeremy O'Hearn welds a part at Vigor Industrial in Vancouver in 2019. The Vancouver shipyard is partnering with Clark College on a welding program starting the summer term.

April 11, 2021, 6:03am Business

Behind a partnership with Vigor Industrial’s Vancouver shipyard, Clark College’s welding facility will launch a six-credit marine and pipe welding course starting in the summer 2021 term. Read story

ESD 112's 1-2-3 Grow &; Learn program, a parent-child educational playgroup, has four instructors - two facilitators and two assistants - who have all gotten accustomed to doing virtual daily lessons for kids ages 0-5 since COVID-19 made them adapt lessons.

ESD 112’s 1-2-3 Grow & Learn program for children up to 5 adapts

ESD 112's 1-2-3 Grow &; Learn program, a parent-child educational playgroup, has four instructors - two facilitators and two assistants - who have all gotten accustomed to doing virtual daily lessons for kids ages 0-5 since COVID-19 made them adapt lessons.

April 8, 2021, 8:21pm Clark County News

As a former preschool teacher with a background in human resources, Julie Jacobson doesn’t view herself as an actor. But when the webinar camera is turned on to her audience of young children, it’s showtime. Read story

La Center School District.

State auditor knocks La Center schools over special ed funding

La Center School District.

April 7, 2021, 6:23pm Clark County News

The Washington State Auditor’s Office has issued two findings against the La Center School District over inadequate financial reporting and compliance with federal grant money during the 2019-20 school year. Read story

The Camas School District Zellerbach Administration Center.

Camas taps Doug Hood as interim superintendent

The Camas School District Zellerbach Administration Center.

April 2, 2021, 2:41pm Clark County News

The Camas School Board voted Thursday to appoint Doug Hood, the district’s director of elementary education, as interim superintendent for the 2021-22 school year while it uses next school year to find a permanent replacement for outgoing Superintendent Jeff Snell. Read story

Clark County school districts are having initial discussions on reducing the size capacity in classrooms to allow more students for in-person instruction. Gov. Jay Inslee announced late last week school districts statewide can choose to reduce the distance between K-12 students in classrooms from 6 feet to 3 feet, effective immediately. The choice to do so remains up to individual districts.

Clark County school districts weigh 3-foot guidance

Clark County school districts are having initial discussions on reducing the size capacity in classrooms to allow more students for in-person instruction. Gov. Jay Inslee announced late last week school districts statewide can choose to reduce the distance between K-12 students in classrooms from 6 feet to 3 feet, effective immediately. The choice to do so remains up to individual districts.

March 31, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

In a school year filled with twists and turns, will Clark County school districts adjust to one more? Read story

Matt Johnson, principal of Mountain View High School, was placed on leave two weeks ago, reinstated and then placed on leave again.

Mountain View High School principal remains on administrative leave

Matt Johnson, principal of Mountain View High School, was placed on leave two weeks ago, reinstated and then placed on leave again.

March 29, 2021, 11:04am Clark County News

Mountain View High School principal Matt Johnson remains on paid administrative leave nearly two weeks after Evergreen Public Schools placed Johnson on leave for undisclosed reasons. Read story