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Camas High School band director Richard Mancini, right, accepts a $10,000 donation from CBM Systems' Benjamin Reng during band class on Friday.

Camas High School band gets $10,000 donation

Camas High School band director Richard Mancini, right, accepts a $10,000 donation from CBM Systems' Benjamin Reng during band class on Friday.

January 22, 2023, 6:00am Clark County News

Camas High School’s marching band received a $10,000 donation from Oregon-based CBM Systems during a special gathering at the school Friday. Read story

Students from the Ridgefield School District high school Steel Ridge Robotics team will be teaching a large group of fifth- to eighth-graders as part of the SpudBot Academy program.

Ridgefield High School’s Steel Ridge Robotics students lead SpudBot Academy

Students from the Ridgefield School District high school Steel Ridge Robotics team will be teaching a large group of fifth- to eighth-graders as part of the SpudBot Academy program.

January 21, 2023, 6:04am Community

Soon, students from the Ridgefield School District high school Steel Ridge Robotics team will be teaching a large group of fifth- to eigth- graders. Read story

Ridgefield School District's January employee of the month is Karen Moses.

Ridgefield School District salutes January employee and students of the month

Ridgefield School District's January employee of the month is Karen Moses.

January 21, 2023, 6:03am Community

On Jan. 10, the Ridgefield School District officials recognized the January 2023 employee and students of the month at the regular Board of Directors meeting. Read story

Students return to their classrooms at the conclusion of recess at Union Ridge Elementary School.

Washington kids deserve 45 minutes of recess time, new bill proposes

Students return to their classrooms at the conclusion of recess at Union Ridge Elementary School.

January 20, 2023, 7:35am Latest News

There’s something about the ritual of recess that calms 10-year-old Maiya Burton Cahn’s nerves. Read story

Washington launches probe of private special ed schools as lawmakers consider reforms

January 20, 2023, 7:30am Latest News

Washington education officials have launched an investigation into the state’s largest network of privately run schools for students with disabilities, following a series of stories by The Seattle Times and ProPublica that documented poor conditions at the schools, the state disclosed Thursday. Read story

Washington lawmakers look to increase school safety with more officers, staff

January 19, 2023, 7:21am Latest News

Multiple bills floating in the Washington state Legislature focus on school security, and the state superintendent has outlined increasing school staff as a priority to make schools safer. Read story

John Boyd was appointed interim superintendent of Evergreen Public Schools on Dec. 28, following the firing of Mike Merlino earlier that month.

Evergreen’s interim superintendent makes case for permanent job; some question hiring process

John Boyd was appointed interim superintendent of Evergreen Public Schools on Dec. 28, following the firing of Mike Merlino earlier that month.

January 19, 2023, 6:01am Clark County News

It’s been nearly a year since John Boyd began his tenure as the interim superintendent at Evergreen Public Schools, Southwest Washington’s largest school district. Read story

Vancouver Master Chorale offers scholarships

January 19, 2023, 5:59am Clark County Life

The Vancouver Master Chorale is accepting applications for its 2023 Youth Vocal Scholarship. Read story