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From left: Washougal School District Superintendent Mary Templeton joins U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania, and Margaret Rice, career and technical education director, during a tour of the woodshop at Washougal High School on Jan. 24. Templeton announced last month that she will take a pay cut next school year to help alleviate the district&rsquo;s $3 million deficit.

Clark County’s small school districts feel financial pinch, too

From left: Washougal School District Superintendent Mary Templeton joins U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania, and Margaret Rice, career and technical education director, during a tour of the woodshop at Washougal High School on Jan. 24. Templeton announced last month that she will take a pay cut next school year to help alleviate the district&rsquo;s $3 million deficit.

March 23, 2024, 6:03am Clark County News

News of tens of millions of dollars in proposed budget reductions in Clark County’s two largest school districts has shocked Vancouver residents, prompting school walkouts and widespread letter-writing campaigns. Read story

On March 12, Ridgefield School District officials recognized the March 2024 employee and students of the month at the regular board of directors meeting.

Ridgefield schools honor March Employee and Students of the Month

On March 12, Ridgefield School District officials recognized the March 2024 employee and students of the month at the regular board of directors meeting.

March 23, 2024, 5:56am Community

RIDGEFIELD – On March 12, Ridgefield School District officials recognized the March 2024 employee and students of the month at the regular board of directors meeting. Read story

Evergreen Public Schools superintendent John Boyd listens to community feedback in March 2023 during an Evergreen Public Schools meeting at Evergreen Public Schools headquarters.

Evergreen Public Schools final plan for cuts includes 22 elementary teacher librarians

Evergreen Public Schools superintendent John Boyd listens to community feedback in March 2023 during an Evergreen Public Schools meeting at Evergreen Public Schools headquarters.

March 22, 2024, 3:19pm Clark County News

Evergreen Public Schools’ final recommended budget reduction plan cuts $18.7 million for the 2024-2025 school year with 124 positions lost across the district. Read story

Clark College student Hallie Tibbit, right, welds a bar to the bottom of a metal boat as River Fortier, center, watches during an Advanced TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding class at Clark College. The boat, the students' final project, will be put to the test at Lacamas Lake in less than three weeks, a rite of passage for those graduating from the program, a symbolic send-off to their next adventure.

Ridgefield Golden Grads’ scholarship will be for students interested in Clark College trades programs

Clark College student Hallie Tibbit, right, welds a bar to the bottom of a metal boat as River Fortier, center, watches during an Advanced TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding class at Clark College. The boat, the students' final project, will be put to the test at Lacamas Lake in less than three weeks, a rite of passage for those graduating from the program, a symbolic send-off to their next adventure.

March 22, 2024, 6:06am Business

A group of Ridgefield High School alumni — the Ridgefield Golden Grads — are looking to help graduates interested in trades programs at Clark College. Read story

VSAA, Hudson’s Bay High School students walk out to protest Vancouver Public Schools budget cuts

March 22, 2024, 5:56am Clark County News

Students at Vancouver School for Arts and Academics and Hudson’s Bay High School staged walkouts Thursday morning to protest Vancouver Public Schools’ $35 million budget cuts. Read story

Evergreen High School sophomore Rue Rollins, 16, from left, helps build a ramp Thursday morning under the helpful eye on Trillium Allison of The Home Depot while joined by classmates Domonick Good, 15, and Juan Abundiz Piz, 14. The volunteers helped students with their building skills in hopes of encouraging them to pursue trade careers.

Evergreen students get some constructive advice from the Home Depot Foundation volunteers

Evergreen High School sophomore Rue Rollins, 16, from left, helps build a ramp Thursday morning under the helpful eye on Trillium Allison of The Home Depot while joined by classmates Domonick Good, 15, and Juan Abundiz Piz, 14. The volunteers helped students with their building skills in hopes of encouraging them to pursue trade careers.

March 21, 2024, 3:32pm Clark County News

Evergreen High School’s track and field team will soon get new equipment, built by students in the school’s Geometry in Construction program — with help of volunteers from the Home Depot Foundation. Read story

Governor signs ‘Walking Start to Running Start’ bill

March 21, 2024, 7:37am Latest News

Gov. Jay Inslee signed Sen. Brad Hawkins' bill to expand the Running Start program on Monday. Read story

Fort Vancouver High School students wave signs and chant outside Vancouver Public Schools headquarters on Tuesday during a walk-out to protest the district&rsquo;s cuts to 262 staff positions next year.

Fort Vancouver students walk out of class to protest district staff reductionsvideo icon

Fort Vancouver High School students wave signs and chant outside Vancouver Public Schools headquarters on Tuesday during a walk-out to protest the district&rsquo;s cuts to 262 staff positions next year.

March 19, 2024, 3:28pm Clark County News

Hundreds of Fort Vancouver High School students walked out of class late Tuesday morning, protesting district staffing cuts they say will disproportionately impact their school next year. Read story