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Skyview High School freshman serves as page for Sen. Ann Rivers

March 23, 2024, 5:57am Community

NORTH SALMON CREEK – Garrett Studer, a ninth-grader at Skyview High School, recently spent a week working as a page for the Washington State Senate at the Capitol in Olympia. Studer was one of 32 students who served in the Senate during the ninth and final week of the 2024… Read story

VSAA, Hudson’s Bay High School students walk out to protest Vancouver Public Schools budget cuts

March 22, 2024, 5:56am Clark County News

Students at Vancouver School for Arts and Academics and Hudson’s Bay High School staged walkouts Thursday morning to protest Vancouver Public Schools’ $35 million budget cuts. Read story

Fort Vancouver High School students wave signs and chant outside Vancouver Public Schools headquarters on Tuesday during a walk-out to protest the district&rsquo;s cuts to 262 staff positions next year.

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Fort Vancouver High School students wave signs and chant outside Vancouver Public Schools headquarters on Tuesday during a walk-out to protest the district&rsquo;s cuts to 262 staff positions next year.

March 19, 2024, 3:28pm Clark County News

Hundreds of Fort Vancouver High School students walked out of class late Tuesday morning, protesting district staffing cuts they say will disproportionately impact their school next year. Read story

Participants in the annual Paddy Hough Parade greet spectators along the route on Friday afternoon, March 15, 2024.

Blue skies, seas of green at annual Hough Parade in Vancouver

Participants in the annual Paddy Hough Parade greet spectators along the route on Friday afternoon, March 15, 2024.

March 15, 2024, 3:03pm Clark County News

Rumor has it that it never rains on the Paddy Hough Parade. Read story

Vancouver Public Schools board members talk in front of a packed room Tuesday, March 12, 2024, during a Vancouver Public Schools board meeting at the Bates Center for Educational Leadership. During the meeting, the VPS board unanimously approved $35 million in budget cuts for the district.

Vancouver Public Schools approves $35M in cuts despite community pleas

Vancouver Public Schools board members talk in front of a packed room Tuesday, March 12, 2024, during a Vancouver Public Schools board meeting at the Bates Center for Educational Leadership. During the meeting, the VPS board unanimously approved $35 million in budget cuts for the district.

March 13, 2024, 6:50pm Clark County News

Vancouver Public Schools’ board of directors unanimously approved $35 million in budget reductions at Tuesday night’s meeting — despite a strong turnout from community members asking the district to find other solutions. Read story

Paraeducator Michelle Dever, right, talks with Daybreak Middle School student Jayleona La Tour. Dever leads the school&rsquo;s social and emotional learning center.
Gov. Jay Inslee, second from right, and his wife, Trudi, meet with local teachers, parents, administrators and staff to talk about special education challenges at Ogden Elementary School on Feb. 9.

Washington Lawmakers, Gov. Inslee aim to help paraeducators

Gov. Jay Inslee, second from right, and his wife, Trudi, meet with local teachers, parents, administrators and staff to talk about special education challenges at Ogden Elementary School on Feb. 9.

March 9, 2024, 6:12am Clark County News

Representatives from Vancouver Public Schools met with Gov. Jay Inslee in early February to showcase Ogden Elementary School’s paraeducators and special education services. Read story

Paraeducator Zayla Wollen walks with students on the first day of school at Fruit Valley Elementary School on  Aug. 30, 2022.

Vancouver Public Schools expected to cut 262 positions to make up $35 million shortfall

Paraeducator Zayla Wollen walks with students on the first day of school at Fruit Valley Elementary School on  Aug. 30, 2022.

March 8, 2024, 10:36am Clark County News

The Vancouver school district is proposing to cut nearly 262 positions to alleviate a $35 million budget deficit, according to a document included in next week’s board meeting agenda. Read story

The Tooth Fairy, center, is all smiles Wednesday at Sarah J. Anderson Elementary School in Hazel Dell. Tooth Fairy Jasmine, portrayed by Jasmine Lomax, is one of seven fairies who travel across the state and teach students about the importance of oral health.

Tooth Fairy gives Sarah J. Anderson Elementary students a reason to smile

The Tooth Fairy, center, is all smiles Wednesday at Sarah J. Anderson Elementary School in Hazel Dell. Tooth Fairy Jasmine, portrayed by Jasmine Lomax, is one of seven fairies who travel across the state and teach students about the importance of oral health.

February 28, 2024, 9:22pm Clark County Health

When kids lose a tooth, they leave it under their pillow and hope the Tooth Fairy pays them a visit during the night. Or at least that’s how it usually goes. Read story

Sarah J. Anderson Elementary School fourth-graders Alexis Lopez, left, and Angel Murrillo Martinez dig a hole for a sapling while Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership environmental educator James Sterrett, center, supervises Wednesday at Burnt Bridge Creek. Clark County recently agreed to a $175,000 contract to extend the Experience Vancouver Lake program hosted by Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership, part of a suite of outdoor educational opportunities offered by the nonprofit.

Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership program helps Clark County students learn about, experience outdoors

Sarah J. Anderson Elementary School fourth-graders Alexis Lopez, left, and Angel Murrillo Martinez dig a hole for a sapling while Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership environmental educator James Sterrett, center, supervises Wednesday at Burnt Bridge Creek. Clark County recently agreed to a $175,000 contract to extend the Experience Vancouver Lake program hosted by Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership, part of a suite of outdoor educational opportunities offered by the nonprofit.

February 22, 2024, 6:07am Clark County News

Fourth-graders plant native trees and shrubs along Burnt Bridge Creek Greenway Read story