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BATTLE GROUND: Student-led donation drives filled trucks with thousands of pounds of food and other items for local food banks, giving trees provided gifts for families in need, and drive-through holiday celebrations saw long lines at several schools.

Battle Ground schools generous at holidays

BATTLE GROUND: Student-led donation drives filled trucks with thousands of pounds of food and other items for local food banks, giving trees provided gifts for families in need, and drive-through holiday celebrations saw long lines at several schools.

January 1, 2022, 5:39am Community

Hallways lined with donated food and other items were a common sight at schools all around Battle Ground Public Schools. Read story

Lawsuit: Small WA districts hurt by relying on property tax

December 30, 2021, 10:45am Latest News

The lead lawyer in the lawsuit that forced Washington state to revamp public school funding has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a small district, saying the state is failing students due to the poor condition of school buildings. Read story

Interim Evergreen Public Schools Superintendent John Boyd.

Evergreen school district appoints interim superintendent

Interim Evergreen Public Schools Superintendent John Boyd.

December 28, 2021, 7:26pm Clark County News

The Evergreen Board of Directors appointed John Boyd the new interim superintendent of schools in a special meeting Tuesday night. Read story

Battle Ground Public Schools will make substantial upgrades to student technology and connectivity thanks to a nearly $1.4 million grant from the Federal Communication Commission's E-Rate program.

Federal grant helps Battle Ground students stay connected

Battle Ground Public Schools will make substantial upgrades to student technology and connectivity thanks to a nearly $1.4 million grant from the Federal Communication Commission's E-Rate program.

December 25, 2021, 5:34am Community

Battle Ground Public Schools will make substantial upgrades to student technology and connectivity thanks to a nearly $1.4 million grant from the Federal Communication Commission’s E-Rate program. Read story

Clark County Public Health Director Dr.

Dozens of residents give Clark County Board of Health an earful over wrestling suspensionvideo icon

Clark County Public Health Director Dr.

December 21, 2021, 4:36pm Clark County Health

A special meeting of the Clark County Board of Health on Tuesday morning was far from routine. Around 80 angry parents, area residents and even high school students called in to comment on the recommendations issued by Public Health last week that led to a pause on high school wrestling… Read story

The wrestling current season was suspended Thursday in Clark County after COVID outbreaks were linked to tournaments in the Puget Sound area on Dec. 4.

Complaints on wrestling suspension prompt Clark County Board of Health meeting

The wrestling current season was suspended Thursday in Clark County after COVID outbreaks were linked to tournaments in the Puget Sound area on Dec. 4.

December 20, 2021, 12:41pm Clark County Health

Dozens of residents who called in to Friday’s Clark County Council meeting have prompted a special meeting of the Board of Health to be held Tuesday. Read story

Sarah Folden, a member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, created the Washougal Learning Academy's new logo with a Coast Salish design style originating from 3,000-year-old relief carvings found in the area.

Washougal Learning Academy, Cowlitz Tribe team up to design school mascot, logo

Sarah Folden, a member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, created the Washougal Learning Academy's new logo with a Coast Salish design style originating from 3,000-year-old relief carvings found in the area.

December 19, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

When the Washougal Learning Academy leaders decided to select a school mascot and logo last summer, they wanted the chosen symbol to represent more than the academy itself. They wanted it to be, in their words, “something special.” Read story

Mario Gonzalez of Inline Commercial Construction helps to bring the student cafe to life for the Vancouver Virtual Learning Academy on Wednesday morning.

Vancouver Virtual Learning Academy to open in January at former Marshall Elementary

Mario Gonzalez of Inline Commercial Construction helps to bring the student cafe to life for the Vancouver Virtual Learning Academy on Wednesday morning.

December 18, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

The Vancouver Virtual Learning Academy is moving to a new home. Read story