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

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… Read story

Vancouver Public Schools’ third-graders celebrate annual Children’s Cultural Parade

May 18, 2024, 5:59am Clark County News

Third-grade classes from around Vancouver Public Schools marched through the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site for the annual Children’s Cultural Parade. For the first time, every third-grade class had the… Read story

Vancouver Public Schools' central administrative office.

Vancouver Public Schools failed to award contracts to ‘highest-scoring’ bid, according to audit

Vancouver Public Schools' central administrative office.

May 16, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

Vancouver Public Schools failed to comply with federal procurement requirements in providing reduced-price meals during the 2022-2023 school year, according to findings in a routine audit released by the Washington State Auditor last week. Read story

Sophomore Charles Paulin, 15, from left in white helmet, joins junior Aileene Villegas, 17, pink hat, senior Carl Steele, 18, and senior Maxx Van Hoomissen, 18, during the groundbreaking on a new building to support construction trades and maritime pathways for Vancouver students at Hudson&rsquo;s Bay High School on Tuesday morning.

Vancouver schools celebrate future of trades education with new building at Hudson’s Bay

Sophomore Charles Paulin, 15, from left in white helmet, joins junior Aileene Villegas, 17, pink hat, senior Carl Steele, 18, and senior Maxx Van Hoomissen, 18, during the groundbreaking on a new building to support construction trades and maritime pathways for Vancouver students at Hudson&rsquo;s Bay High School on Tuesday morning.

April 30, 2024, 2:58pm Clark County News

Vancouver dignitaries, school staff and students weathered relentless showers to celebrate Southwest Washington’s newest investment in trades education at Hudson’s Bay High School on Tuesday morning. Read story

Vancouver Public Schools superintendent Jeff Snell, center, talks to Fort Vancouver High School students on Tuesday during the students&rsquo; walk-out to protest the district&rsquo;s cuts to 262 staff positions next year.

Budget cuts looming over Vancouver Public Schools create stress, uncertainty

Vancouver Public Schools superintendent Jeff Snell, center, talks to Fort Vancouver High School students on Tuesday during the students&rsquo; walk-out to protest the district&rsquo;s cuts to 262 staff positions next year.

April 27, 2024, 6:07am Clark County News

Iliana Gerianos admits she used to think her Mandarin Chinese teacher disliked her. As the years went by, however, Gerianos, a junior at Columbia River High School, said she realized she had it all wrong. Read story

VANtalks Connections set at Kiggins on May 23

April 27, 2024, 5:56am Business

VANtalks, a local version of the popular TED Talk presentations, will host its seventh annual event at 6:30 p.m. May 23 at Kiggins Theatre, 1101 Main St., Vancouver. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Read story

The Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County Mothers&rsquo; Day Plant Sale returns May 10-12.

Plant party: Clark County plant sales have all the green you need

The Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County Mothers&rsquo; Day Plant Sale returns May 10-12.

April 22, 2024, 12:53pm Clark County Life

If your yard is looking a little bare and colorless, or if your vegetable patch is forlornly plant-free, look no further than Clark County’s local plant sales. Read story

Members of the Skyview StormBots, the high school&rsquo;s robotics team, take part in a robotics competition in Portland in early April. The team is preparing to compete in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Championship in Houson.

Skyview StormBots taking robot ‘Connie’ to Houston for high school championship

Members of the Skyview StormBots, the high school&rsquo;s robotics team, take part in a robotics competition in Portland in early April. The team is preparing to compete in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Championship in Houson.

April 15, 2024, 6:05am Clark County News

The days before a world championship are tense. Read story

Vancouver Public Schools students protest budget cuts

April 10, 2024, 5:55am Clark County News

Students from five high schools led another walkout Tuesday to protest the $35 million in budget cuts approved last month by Vancouver Public Schools’ board of directors. The protest culminated in a gathering outside the district office. Read story

Kim Schneiderman, the executive director of National Alliance on Mental Health Southwest Washington, said Clark County’s youth mental health survey results were encouraging but said further work needs to be done to ensure the positive trend continues. "It does give me hope,” Schneiderman said.

Biennial Healthy Youth Survey: Clark County students are feeling better

Kim Schneiderman, the executive director of National Alliance on Mental Health Southwest Washington, said Clark County’s youth mental health survey results were encouraging but said further work needs to be done to ensure the positive trend continues. "It does give me hope,” Schneiderman said.

April 6, 2024, 6:06am Clark County Health

Clark County teenagers are reporting the lowest rate of feelings of depression and suicidal contemplation in more than a decade, according to new survey data from the Washington State Department of Health. Read story