Times can be lean, but there are great resources available for the summer months. The Food Bank offers free fresh food and Family-Community Resource Center offers free fresh food on Tuesdays over the summer. Also check out this list of free and low cost summer activities in the Vancouver area.
Share, an organization that serves the hungry and homeless, is providing free meals for kids this summer in various Clark County locations. Check out the list of locations and dates.
Seniors, now is your opportunity to tell us about your high school experience at Arts and share with us your after-high school plans. Please fill out the 2017-18 Senior Exit Survey by June 4th; it takes about 15 minutes to complete. And: congratulations on your achievement!
This scholarships list was issued by GearUp! Application deadlines range from now through May 1st.
The College Bound Scholarship helps make college possible for students whose families can't pay some or all of the costs of a higher education. The scholarship pays for tuition at certain Washington colleges and universities. It also will cover some fees and provide a small allowance for books. Current seventh- and eighth-grade students whose families [...]