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Vancouver schools celebrate future of trades education with new building at Hudson’s Bay

Endeavour Technical Trades Building will serve construction trades and a new maritime pathway

By Griffin Reilly, Columbian staff writer
Published: April 30, 2024, 2:58pm
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Jenny Thompson, executive director of the Foundation for Vancouver Public Schools, blue blazer, takes part in the groundbreaking on a new building to support construction trades and maritime pathways for Vancouver students at Hudson's Bay High School on Tuesday morning.
Jenny Thompson, executive director of the Foundation for Vancouver Public Schools, blue blazer, takes part in the groundbreaking on a new building to support construction trades and maritime pathways for Vancouver students at Hudson's Bay High School on Tuesday morning. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Vancouver dignitaries, school staff and students weathered relentless showers to celebrate Southwest Washington’s newest investment in trades education at Hudson’s Bay High School on Tuesday morning.

Leaders broke ground on the site of what will be the Endeavour Technical Trades Building on the east side of campus. The building will support instruction in construction trades and a new maritime pathway for Vancouver students.

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