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Vancouver School of Arts and Academics orchestra students get a chance to rockvideo icon

January 31, 2023, 6:58pm Clark County News

An orchestra audience is typically expected to remain quiet during performances out of respect for the performers. That wasn’t the case at the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics on… Read story

Lawsuits target Vancouver Public Schools, ex-janitor convicted of 137 counts of voyeurism

January 26, 2023, 5:05pm Clark County News

Two lawsuits were filed Thursday against Vancouver Public Schools and James Mattson, a former school janitor who was sentenced to 10 years in prison last Friday in the state’s largest-ever… Read story

Questions about Vancouver Public Schools’ levy on Feb. 14 ballot?

January 31, 2023, 5:58am Clark County News

Do you have any questions about Vancouver Public Schools’ replacement education and operations levy on the Feb. 14 special election ballot? Read story

iUrban Teen fellowship offers help for future teachers

January 26, 2023, 6:02am Clark County News

iUrban Teen, in partnership with Vancouver Public Schools, Washington State University Vancouver and Clark College, recently announced a two-year Future Teachers Pathway Fellowship. Read story

Clark County Elections to mail out special election ballots Friday

January 25, 2023, 6:03am Clark County News

On Friday, Clark County Elections will mail ballots for the Feb. 14 special election to all eligible registered voters living within the city of Vancouver, Vancouver Public Schools, Washougal School District and Woodland Public Schools. Read story

Evergreen Public Schools and Vancouver Public Schools to host fentanyl awareness events

January 24, 2023, 6:00am Clark County News

Evergreen Public Schools and Vancouver Public Schools will host two fentanyl awareness seminars next month in partnership with Educational Service District 112, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office and the Vancouver Police Department. Read story

A sign posted by opponents of a replacement levy for Vancouver Public Schools says it was financed by People United for Clark County, a local right-wing political action committee.

Signs against Vancouver Public Schools levy grab attention

A sign posted by opponents of a replacement levy for Vancouver Public Schools says it was financed by People United for Clark County, a local right-wing political action committee.

January 22, 2023, 6:00am Clark County News

Though the fog of the November 2022 general election has cleared, some voters in Clark County will return to the polls to decide on a handful of local measures in an upcoming Feb. 14 special election. Among the measures on the upcoming ballot is a replacement education and operations levy… Read story

Appearing on a closed video circuit from the Clark County Jail, James D. Mattson, 38, of Vancouver awaits his sentence Friday in Clark County Superior Court for 137 counts of first-degree voyeurism.

Vancouver Public Schools janitor sentenced in largest voyeurism case in state history

Appearing on a closed video circuit from the Clark County Jail, James D. Mattson, 38, of Vancouver awaits his sentence Friday in Clark County Superior Court for 137 counts of first-degree voyeurism.

January 20, 2023, 4:38pm Clark County News

A former Vancouver Public Schools custodian was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison for secretly recording people in a women’s staff restroom at Skyview High School for nearly a decade. Read story

Skyview Unified athlete Lucas Anderson celebrates making a basket during a demonstration game to celebrate Skyview High School's designation as a Special Olympics Unified Champion School.

Special Olympics honors Skyview High School

Skyview Unified athlete Lucas Anderson celebrates making a basket during a demonstration game to celebrate Skyview High School's designation as a Special Olympics Unified Champion School.

December 13, 2022, 5:50pm Clark County News

Skyview High School’s Unified sports program received a prestigious honor on Tuesday, and to celebrate the occasion, the high school fittingly came together. Read story

Malaya McGant, right, Ari, middle, and Terrell Berry stand outside The Perch youth drop-in center in Vancouver. Berry previously worked with Janus Youth Programs and now works at A Way Home Washington helping youth facing homelessness. McGant and Ari both became homeless at age 19, and Berry has provided them guidance over the years.

Advocates in Clark County help homeless youth find hope

Malaya McGant, right, Ari, middle, and Terrell Berry stand outside The Perch youth drop-in center in Vancouver. Berry previously worked with Janus Youth Programs and now works at A Way Home Washington helping youth facing homelessness. McGant and Ari both became homeless at age 19, and Berry has provided them guidance over the years.

December 11, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

Malaya McGant and Ari come from different backgrounds, but their paths crossed on the streets of Vancouver. Read story