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Out for summer: Elated students celebrate end to the school year in Clark County

June 18, 2024, 5:55pm Clark County News

“There’s no rules anymore!” screamed an excited young student who made a beeline for his school bus. Read story

Clark County children can get free breakfast and lunch this summer

June 12, 2024, 6:01am Clark County News

Schools across Clark County will close their doors for summer break this week, but there are still several locations where children can access free daily breakfasts and lunches. Read story

While still lagging behind state averages by about 10 percentage points, student math performance in both Vancouver and Evergreen has improved slightly since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Data also shows that local students are still reaching proficiency at rates lower than before the pandemic in 2019.

Evergreen, Vancouver district eighth-graders lag behind state in math scores

While still lagging behind state averages by about 10 percentage points, student math performance in both Vancouver and Evergreen has improved slightly since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Data also shows that local students are still reaching proficiency at rates lower than before the pandemic in 2019.

June 11, 2024, 2:53pm Clark County News

The latest standardized testing data available for Clark County’s students reveals eighth graders are struggling at similar rates in both English and math. Read story

A crew of volunteers at local nonprofit Share Vancouver assemble sack lunches in the kitchen at Fort Vancouver High School in July. State schools superintendent Chris Reykdal announced a new program last week that will provide children across Washington with $120 meal cards to buy groceries throughout the summer.

State will provide $120 EBT cards to help keep Clark County kids fed while school is out

A crew of volunteers at local nonprofit Share Vancouver assemble sack lunches in the kitchen at Fort Vancouver High School in July. State schools superintendent Chris Reykdal announced a new program last week that will provide children across Washington with $120 meal cards to buy groceries throughout the summer.

May 21, 2024, 6:05am Clark County News

Tens of thousands of children in Clark County will be eligible to receive grocery benefits this summer as part of a new program launched by the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. Read story

Heritage senior Alex Vo, from left, junior Anna Le, senior Lexi Vo, Clark College freshman Ashlynn Fredendall and Heritage senior Kevin Reyes give an educational presentation about sex trafficking. The group hosts community events in and out of their school.

‘Trafficking happens in every school’: Heritage High School students raise awareness of sex trafficking

Heritage senior Alex Vo, from left, junior Anna Le, senior Lexi Vo, Clark College freshman Ashlynn Fredendall and Heritage senior Kevin Reyes give an educational presentation about sex trafficking. The group hosts community events in and out of their school.

May 8, 2024, 6:07am Clark County News

Students from Heritage High School are equipping their peers with tools to spot red flags and prevent human trafficking in the community. Read story

Security footage from Wy'East Middle School captured an altercation between students. The student's mother said the school tried to downplay the event despite the video.

Evergreen parent circulates video, saying it shows bullying at Wy’East Middle

Security footage from Wy'East Middle School captured an altercation between students. The student's mother said the school tried to downplay the event despite the video.

May 7, 2024, 6:09am Clark County News

A Vancouver mother is circulating a video on Facebook that she says is evidence of bullying that left her son with a head injury. Read story

From left: Cascadia Tech Academy student Hannah Freimuth, 18, has her height and weight measured by classmate Leslie Vega, 17, as Unzila Alauddin, 17, takes the blood pressure of fellow student Mia Yanez, 18, on Friday afternoon. The medical assisting program at Cascadia Tech Academy allows students to gain clinical experience at local clinics and hospitals.

Vancouver’s Cascadia Tech lets students start medical careers straight out of high school

From left: Cascadia Tech Academy student Hannah Freimuth, 18, has her height and weight measured by classmate Leslie Vega, 17, as Unzila Alauddin, 17, takes the blood pressure of fellow student Mia Yanez, 18, on Friday afternoon. The medical assisting program at Cascadia Tech Academy allows students to gain clinical experience at local clinics and hospitals.

May 4, 2024, 6:02am Clark County Health

Seven students at Cascadia Tech Academy in Vancouver are among the first in the state eligible to become certified medical assistants right out of high school. Read story

Gov. Jay Inslee, from left, talks with junior and environmental club president Isaac Segal, 17, as he stops by with Department of Ecology staff to hear about air quality monitoring being conducted at a station at Mountain View High School on Wednesday morning. The site is owned and operated by the Department of Ecology in partnership with the school and the Southwest Clean Air Agency.

Gov. Jay Inslee visits air quality monitoring site at Mountain View High School

Gov. Jay Inslee, from left, talks with junior and environmental club president Isaac Segal, 17, as he stops by with Department of Ecology staff to hear about air quality monitoring being conducted at a station at Mountain View High School on Wednesday morning. The site is owned and operated by the Department of Ecology in partnership with the school and the Southwest Clean Air Agency.

May 1, 2024, 3:34pm Clark County News

Students in the Mountain View High School environmental club are passionate about reducing waste and keeping the air clean. Read story

Evergreen Public Schools board of directors president Rob Perkins, from left, member Gary Wilson and Superintendent John Boyd listen to public comment Tuesday evening at an Evergreen Public Schools board of directors meeting at district headquarters in Vancouver. The board voted to approve $18.7 million budget cuts to the district next year.

Evergreen Public Schools takes step to seek new superintendent after Boyd’s retirement

Evergreen Public Schools board of directors president Rob Perkins, from left, member Gary Wilson and Superintendent John Boyd listen to public comment Tuesday evening at an Evergreen Public Schools board of directors meeting at district headquarters in Vancouver. The board voted to approve $18.7 million budget cuts to the district next year.

April 24, 2024, 6:09am Clark County News

With Evergreen Public Schools Superintendent John Boyd announcing his retirement last week, Clark County’s largest school district will again begin the process of identifying a new head honcho. Read story

(Photo contributed by the Munro family)

Longtime Evergreen educator Scott Munro rehabilitating after brain injury

(Photo contributed by the Munro family)

April 23, 2024, 6:09am Clark County Health

Every school has a few names and faces it wouldn’t be the same without: the cool teacher, the favorite substitute or the principal who’s been there longer than anyone can remember. Read story