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La Center School District

Training at La Center High School helps students, parents spot online predators

April 11, 2024, 7:31pm Clark County News

A two-day training at La Center High School this week for parents and students emphasized that sex trafficking doesn’t just happen overseas or involve a man with a van offering… Read story

Clark County’s small school districts feel financial pinch, too

March 23, 2024, 6:03am Clark County News

News of tens of millions of dollars in proposed budget reductions in Clark County’s two largest school districts has shocked Vancouver residents, prompting school walkouts and widespread letter-writing campaigns. Read story

Custodian Mason Rivera of Crestline Elementary School clears ice from the front walkway following a period of winter weather Thursday morning in east Vancouver. The school was closed again for classes Thursday due to a chance of freezing rain in the forecast.

Clark County school districts add makeup days due to icy weather

Custodian Mason Rivera of Crestline Elementary School clears ice from the front walkway following a period of winter weather Thursday morning in east Vancouver. The school was closed again for classes Thursday due to a chance of freezing rain in the forecast.

January 18, 2024, 7:02pm Clark County News

A drawn-out week of on-and-off snow and ice has kept Southwest Washington at a standstill, but most kids probably wouldn’t complain too much: They haven’t had school all week. Of course, the fun must come to an end soon. Districts in Clark County will have students attend school on a… Read story

La Center Middle School student Chloe Daarud, 12, unloads donations from La Center's Stuff the Bus food drive at FISH of Vancouver. She said she got the idea to donate to FISH after donating her birthday money to the organization two years prior.

La Center students Stuff the Bus with donations for FISH food pantry, Clark County Food bank

La Center Middle School student Chloe Daarud, 12, unloads donations from La Center's Stuff the Bus food drive at FISH of Vancouver. She said she got the idea to donate to FISH after donating her birthday money to the organization two years prior.

November 22, 2023, 6:07am Clark County News

Buses arrived at La Center schools Tuesday morning, but the kids didn’t board them. Instead, students loaded the school buses with thousands of pounds of food they collected. Read story

Filing week for the August primary in Clark County ended Friday.

Late flurry of candidates closes out filing week for fall Clark County elections

Filing week for the August primary in Clark County ended Friday.

May 19, 2023, 7:17pm Clark County News

Friday marked the final day of filing week for local primary races in Clark County with a flurry of last-second additions to the ballot. As of 5 p.m., 19 more candidates filed for their respective races. Read story

9 more added to Clark County primary ballots as filing week continues

May 18, 2023, 6:03pm Clark County News

Filing week for spots on city councils, school boards and more across Clark County continued Thursday with another 9 candidates added to local ballots by 5 p.m. Read story

Candidate filing week continues through Friday.

Filing week continues in Clark County

Candidate filing week continues through Friday.

May 17, 2023, 6:56pm Clark County News

Day three of filing week in Clark County saw more than a dozen new candidates toss their hats into the ring for various city council positions, school board spots and more. By 5 p.m. Wednesday, another 16 names had been added to the ballot. Read story

OSPI confirmed last week that they are investigating La Center Schools superintendent Pete Rosenkranz and the district's new gender-inclusive schools policy, which restricts the use of pronouns and requires staff to report changes in uses of pronouns to admin and families.

La Center gender policy focus of probe by state

OSPI confirmed last week that they are investigating La Center Schools superintendent Pete Rosenkranz and the district's new gender-inclusive schools policy, which restricts the use of pronouns and requires staff to report changes in uses of pronouns to admin and families.

April 18, 2023, 5:51pm Clark County News

The Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction has opened an investigation into the La Center School District and Superintendent Peter Rosenkranz regarding complaints from district staff that a new policy violates state guidelines around students’ freedom of expression. Read story

La Center Superintendent Peter Rosenkranz walks down a hallway lined at La Center High School in 2019.

La Center School District updated gender policy sparks complaint with state

La Center Superintendent Peter Rosenkranz walks down a hallway lined at La Center High School in 2019.

March 3, 2023, 6:13am Clark County News

The debate over teachers’ ability to ask students their preferred pronouns in the La Center School District has taken a new turn, with the district updating its “gender inclusive schools” policy to involve parents in all discussions about pronoun usage and restrict such conversations in the classroom. Read story

Lily Eakin, 11, of Vancouver runs up a hill with her sleds Thursday morning at Leverich Park in Vancouver.

Snow days scramble Clark County school calendars

Lily Eakin, 11, of Vancouver runs up a hill with her sleds Thursday morning at Leverich Park in Vancouver.

February 26, 2023, 6:05am Clark County News

With schools closing Thursday and Friday last week comes the much-dreaded addition of makeup days for districts across Clark County. Read story