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Evergreen Public Schools

Evergreen schools superintendent’s new salary: $305,884

July 15, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

The Evergreen Public Schools board on Tuesday approved a raise for Superintendent Mike Merlino that brings his annual salary to $305,884 during the 2021-22 school year. Read story

Review of Evergreen Public Schools finds lack of trust, divide among district’s leadership

July 9, 2021, 6:10am Clark County News

An independent review of Evergreen Public Schools’ senior-level leadership this spring described a lack of trust and a divide among staff, causing a “chilling effect on climate and culture” within… Read story

Maddie Ackerman, 13, tackles a project during a summer school art class at Covington Middle School on Tuesday morning. Evergreen Public Schools is expanding summer school offerings to middle school students for the first time, in subjects ranging from algebra readiness to science, plus a host of Social Emotional Learning options.

Students shine at Evergreen Public Schools’ Camp Evergreen

Maddie Ackerman, 13, tackles a project during a summer school art class at Covington Middle School on Tuesday morning. Evergreen Public Schools is expanding summer school offerings to middle school students for the first time, in subjects ranging from algebra readiness to science, plus a host of Social Emotional Learning options.

July 2, 2021, 6:01am Clark County News

Before launching a self-constructed rocket built from an empty 2-liter soda bottle, Brayden Richards also assessed how high the fun meter is taking part in summer learning activities through Evergreen Public Schools. Read story

In an effort to tackle unfinished learning, many Clark County school districts are preparing for large summer school offerings in an effort to reconnect with students and make up for lost instructional time during the COVID-19 pandemic. Expanded summer programs are part of several districts' Academic and Student Well-Being Plans meant to address student needs as a result of COVID-19.

Summer school will be hot this year in some Clark County districts

In an effort to tackle unfinished learning, many Clark County school districts are preparing for large summer school offerings in an effort to reconnect with students and make up for lost instructional time during the COVID-19 pandemic. Expanded summer programs are part of several districts' Academic and Student Well-Being Plans meant to address student needs as a result of COVID-19.

June 14, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

After a school year of virtual lessons, hybrid instruction, various pickup and drop-off schedules for her children in Evergreen Public Schools, Justine King is just as ready for summer vacation as her children. Read story

Evergreen High School graduates walk along the track during their graduation ceremony Saturday at McKenzie Stadium.

Evergreen High School celebrates graduating seniors

Evergreen High School graduates walk along the track during their graduation ceremony Saturday at McKenzie Stadium.

June 12, 2021, 5:34pm Clark County News

The sounds of cheers from families and friends filled McKenzie Stadium once again as the graduating seniors of Evergreen High School walked across the stage Saturday to claim their diplomas. Read story

CLARK COUNTY: Marty Erickson and Linda Bannon from Southwest Washington School Retirees' Association presented Nada Wheelock from the Foundation for Vancouver Public Schools a check for $1,000.

Clark County school district foundations receive funding from retiree association

CLARK COUNTY: Marty Erickson and Linda Bannon from Southwest Washington School Retirees' Association presented Nada Wheelock from the Foundation for Vancouver Public Schools a check for $1,000.

June 12, 2021, 5:04am Community

CLARK COUNTY — Three area school districts recently received funding from the Southwest Washington School Retirees’ Association. Marty Erickson and Linda Bannon of the Southwest Washington School Retirees’ Association presented Nada Wheelock of the Foundation for Vancouver Public Schools, Jeff Angelo of the Evergreen School District Foundation, and Kristina Bauska… Read story

CLARK COUNTY: Amie Makela of Ridgefield High School received a Jurors' Choice Award for a piece titled "It Devours."

Clark County art students honored in OSPI contest

CLARK COUNTY: Amie Makela of Ridgefield High School received a Jurors' Choice Award for a piece titled "It Devours."

May 30, 2021, 5:53am Community

CLARK COUNTY — Two Clark County students were among a list of award winners for the 48th Annual Superintendent’s High School Art Show. Amie Makela of Ridgefield High School received a Jurors’ Choice Award for a piece titled “It Devours,” while Audrey Moehring, of Union High School, also received a… Read story

Sergio Hunt, 17, who played basketball at Fort Vancouver and Evergreen high schools was killed in a hit-and-run in Portland. The Oregon State Medical Examiner determined the cause of his death was from homicidal violence.

Evergreen student, 17, ID’d as victim in Portland homicide

Sergio Hunt, 17, who played basketball at Fort Vancouver and Evergreen high schools was killed in a hit-and-run in Portland. The Oregon State Medical Examiner determined the cause of his death was from homicidal violence.

May 27, 2021, 4:46pm Clark County News

A student enrolled in Evergreen Public Schools was identified Thursday as the victim in a Portland death investigation. Read story

ORCHARDS: Eighth-grade students at Covington Middle School use stream tables purchased by Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America in a STEM lab lesson about erosion.

Evergreen School District Foundation awarded grant for STEM program

ORCHARDS: Eighth-grade students at Covington Middle School use stream tables purchased by Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America in a STEM lab lesson about erosion.

May 15, 2021, 6:05am Community

ORCHARDS — The Evergreen School District Foundation was the recipient of a $2,500 grant from Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, known as PhRMA, to support STEM programs for Covington Middle School students. Teacher Michelle Albright was awarded the grant to buy stream tables for her eighth-grade class as they… Read story

Matt Johnson has announced his resignation as principal of Mountain View High School.

Law firm reports no violations of policy in Evergreen investigation

Matt Johnson has announced his resignation as principal of Mountain View High School.

May 14, 2021, 6:34pm Clark County News

A law firm hired to investigate complaints made by Mountain View High School teachers — which spurred the principal to be placed on paid administrative leave and then ultimately resign from the position — concluded that no district policies were violated. Read story