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Late starts at schools throughout county as snow falls

January 17, 2020, 6:25am Clark County News

The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory through 10 a.m. today predicting snow throughout the area, with accumulations of up to one inch at all elevations and local… Read story

Colleges ramp up to fill IT demand

April 30, 2016, 8:59pm News

Four years after graduating from the University of Washington, Audra Linsenmayer began to realize that the job opportunities were few for someone who had majored in English and psychology, as… Read story

Nicole Fry drops off her niece Rylee Yarra for the first day of teacher Nora Pettebone's morning kindergarten class in September 2007 at Daybreak School in Battle Ground. Beginning in fall 2016, all Battle Ground kindergarten students will be in full-day programs.

Sign-up is open for full-day B.G. kindergarten

Nicole Fry drops off her niece Rylee Yarra for the first day of teacher Nora Pettebone's morning kindergarten class in September 2007 at Daybreak School in Battle Ground. Beginning in fall 2016, all Battle Ground kindergarten students will be in full-day programs.

April 2, 2016, 4:52pm Community

District will offer the free program at all schools starting in fall Read story

Camas High School students Bracy Ratcliff, 17, from left, Baylee Allen, 18, and Alex McOmie, 17, consult at the defense counsel table during Clark County&#039;s two-day district mock trial tournament Thursday at the Clark County Courthouse.

Mock trial teams from Camas, Columbia high schools face off

Camas High School students Bracy Ratcliff, 17, from left, Baylee Allen, 18, and Alex McOmie, 17, consult at the defense counsel table during Clark County&#039;s two-day district mock trial tournament Thursday at the Clark County Courthouse.

February 18, 2016, 5:59pm Clark County News

Students from Camas and Columbia high schools faced off Thursday afternoon during Clark County's two-day district mock trial tournament at the Clark County Courthouse. Read story

Stephanie Alves deLima, seated, with the assistance of intern Kylee Craven, standing, teaches second-, third- and fourth-grade students about ligaments, tendons and bones at the Washington School for the Deaf on Feb. 8.

Schools for blind, deaf still evolving after 130 years

Stephanie Alves deLima, seated, with the assistance of intern Kylee Craven, standing, teaches second-, third- and fourth-grade students about ligaments, tendons and bones at the Washington School for the Deaf on Feb. 8.

February 14, 2016, 6:07am Clark County News

It was 130 years ago this month when the territorial Legislature approved a bill to create the Washington School for Defective Youth to educate "the deaf, blind and feeble-minded children of the Territory of Washington." Read story

Evergreen School District communications director Gail Spolar offers a hug to Superintendent John Deeder after election results were posted Tuesday night. Supporters gathered at Vinotopia in east Vancouver to celebrate the passage of a three-year school levy.

Vote renews 6 school levies

Evergreen School District communications director Gail Spolar offers a hug to Superintendent John Deeder after election results were posted Tuesday night. Supporters gathered at Vinotopia in east Vancouver to celebrate the passage of a three-year school levy.

February 9, 2016, 9:37pm Clark County News

Districts rely on local property taxes to fund maintenance and operations, as well as school programs Read story

Donna Pinaula, from left, helps wake her kids Johnny Pinaula, 7, and Shyanne Tanguileg, 16, after sleeping all night on the gym floor at St. Andrew Lutheran Church in November as part of the Winter Hospitality Overflow shelter program.

County’s homeless student numbers on the rise

Donna Pinaula, from left, helps wake her kids Johnny Pinaula, 7, and Shyanne Tanguileg, 16, after sleeping all night on the gym floor at St. Andrew Lutheran Church in November as part of the Winter Hospitality Overflow shelter program.

February 2, 2016, 9:19pm Clark County News

More Clark County students than ever are considered homeless. Across the county kids are sleeping in homeless shelters, on couches and floors at Grandma's house, in unfinished garages and basements, in cars and in tents. Read story

Chief Umtuch Middle School eighth-grader Layson Ek, 13, checks out his virtual reality cardboard viewer Thursday morning. Three Battle Ground schools are participating in a pilot program to field test the Google Expeditions Pioneer Program that allows students to travel the world through virtual field trips.

Clark County students taking virtual field trips

Chief Umtuch Middle School eighth-grader Layson Ek, 13, checks out his virtual reality cardboard viewer Thursday morning. Three Battle Ground schools are participating in a pilot program to field test the Google Expeditions Pioneer Program that allows students to travel the world through virtual field trips.

January 14, 2016, 8:53pm Clark County News

BATTLE GROUND -- A physical education class at Chief Umtuch Middle School on Thursday morning traveled to a World Cup soccer stadium in Brazil, went under the sea to observe sharks, and headed to the moon. The virtual field trip, courtesy of Google technology, was a hit. Read story

Lori Amstutz, a 2007 graduate of the School of Piano Technology for the Blind, has begun a two-year transition to become the school&#039;s director of instruction. She&#039;ll replace Don Mitchell, who has been on staff for decades.

Piano Hospital modulating to a new key teacher

Lori Amstutz, a 2007 graduate of the School of Piano Technology for the Blind, has begun a two-year transition to become the school&#039;s director of instruction. She&#039;ll replace Don Mitchell, who has been on staff for decades.

December 27, 2015, 5:56am Business

Lori Amstutz's narrowing eyesight helped her find her calling. Read story

Jayden McIntyre, 10, a fifth-grader at Laurin Middle School in Battle Ground, carries the Douglas spirea he dug up Wednesday at the Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education in Brush Prairie. Next fall, Laurin students will transplant the native plants in their school&#039;s new Laurin Outdoor Learning Area, nicknamed LOLA.

Laurin students dig in

Jayden McIntyre, 10, a fifth-grader at Laurin Middle School in Battle Ground, carries the Douglas spirea he dug up Wednesday at the Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education in Brush Prairie. Next fall, Laurin students will transplant the native plants in their school&#039;s new Laurin Outdoor Learning Area, nicknamed LOLA.

December 17, 2015, 8:02pm Clark County News

BRUSH PRAIRIE -- Wielding a shovel as tall as his body, Jayden McIntyre, 10, jumped with both feet to dig deeper into the muddy soil. Read story