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Students learn Fort Vancouver history on first day at new elementary school

September 14, 2022, 6:09am Clark County News

A hundred or so children marched into Fort Vancouver on Tuesday morning — not with the intent to conquer, but to learn. Read story

First day, fresh faces as classes start at many Clark County schools

August 30, 2022, 3:19pm Clark County News

Teachers lined the hallways at Fruit Valley Elementary School on Tuesday morning, eagerly welcoming a tiny cascade of students on their first day. Read story

Katie Clark, a senior at Columbia River High School, was recently accepted to the FEMA National Youth Preparedness Council and the Red Cross National Youth Council -- two programs that accept just over a dozen U.S. students each year.

Columbia River High student joins FEMA, Red Cross councils to share youth perspectives

Katie Clark, a senior at Columbia River High School, was recently accepted to the FEMA National Youth Preparedness Council and the Red Cross National Youth Council -- two programs that accept just over a dozen U.S. students each year.

July 8, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

Somewhat of a human sponge, Katie Clark has an affinity for soaking up knowledge whenever she gets the chance. Read story

Hazel Dell Elementary School first-grader and Afghan refugee Murwarid Azizpour, 6, leaps into action while participating in field day with her classmates in the week before summer break.

Afghan refugee family: ‘We are happy here’ in Hazel Dell

Hazel Dell Elementary School first-grader and Afghan refugee Murwarid Azizpour, 6, leaps into action while participating in field day with her classmates in the week before summer break.

July 3, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

There’s been precious little time for Maryam Azizpour and her family to slow down and take a breath since the U.S. military evacuated them from Afghanistan last year. Read story

Photos by Dylan Jefferies/The Columbian 
Heritage High School English teacher Paul Hamonn speaks to a large crowd of demonstrators at a March for Our Lives rally at Vancouver Waterfront Park on Saturday.

Clark County schools strive to provide comfort, support in wake of school shootings, tragedies

Photos by Dylan Jefferies/The Columbian 
Heritage High School English teacher Paul Hamonn speaks to a large crowd of demonstrators at a March for Our Lives rally at Vancouver Waterfront Park on Saturday.

June 26, 2022, 6:05am Clark County Health

In the days that followed the May 24 mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, a communal grief washed across the United States. Read story

Fifth-grader Connor Clark marks the end of the school year by taking part in the traditional bell-ringing at Hazel Dell Elementary School on Thursday morning.

Clark County schools ring out the year

Fifth-grader Connor Clark marks the end of the school year by taking part in the traditional bell-ringing at Hazel Dell Elementary School on Thursday morning.

June 16, 2022, 4:14pm Clark County News

School bells are ringing for the last time this year in local school districts. Read story

Fifth grader James Saldua, from left, dumps a cup full of homemade slime on his physical education teacher, Devin Cast, as Associate Principal Casey Greco looks on at Felida Elementary School on Monday afternoon. Students and staff were celebrating a successful fundraiser for the American Heart Association's Kids Heart Challenge. James was one of 10 students who raised over $500.

It’s slime time at Felida Elementary fundraiser celebration

Fifth grader James Saldua, from left, dumps a cup full of homemade slime on his physical education teacher, Devin Cast, as Associate Principal Casey Greco looks on at Felida Elementary School on Monday afternoon. Students and staff were celebrating a successful fundraiser for the American Heart Association's Kids Heart Challenge. James was one of 10 students who raised over $500.

June 6, 2022, 5:55pm Clark County News

Devin Cast capped off his Monday afternoon with a bucket of slime over his head. Read story

Students from Ridgefield, VSAA earn statewide art honors

June 4, 2022, 5:55am Community

Over the past year, high school artists across Washington have channeled their emotions into their art. Read story

COVID-19 cases in Clark County schools on the decline

June 2, 2022, 5:59am Clark County Health

Clark County schools have reported 448 new cases of COVID-19 since last week, a decrease from 631 cases reported the week prior. The month of May saw a notable increase in virus cases, with levels not seen locally since the end of the omicron wave in February. Read story

Clark County sheriff's deputies seized a semi-automatic handgun, with rounds in the magazine, Tuesday from a boy at Skyview High School after school employees allegedly found the gun in his jacket pocket.

Boy arrested after staff find gun at Skyview, says Clark County Sheriff’s Office

Clark County sheriff's deputies seized a semi-automatic handgun, with rounds in the magazine, Tuesday from a boy at Skyview High School after school employees allegedly found the gun in his jacket pocket.

May 31, 2022, 3:26pm Clark County News

Clark County sheriff’s deputies arrested a boy Tuesday at Skyview High School after school employees reported finding a handgun in his jacket pocket. Read story