You may have recently received emails from Vancouver Public Schools regarding two new apps designed for parent use: ParentVue and ParentSquare. What's the difference? ParentVue lets you register your student online, view grades/transcripts, check student schedules, and review your student attendance. ParentSquare is a parent communication app where you can view school/district notifications and alerts [...]
A big big thank you! Eighteen VSAA dancers attended the National High School Dance Festival at Point Park College in Pittsburgh. From March 1-5, students attended master classes, auditioned for summer study and college scholarships, viewed the outstanding dances from other high school programs around the country, and performed. A dance created by guest artist [...]
VSAA has students in the 2023 Southwest Washington Regional High School Art Show! You can view their work in the Virtual Art Gallery. Congratulations to students Audrey Ahrens, Lennox Blodgett, Nia Matthews, Olive Popp, and Luis Trejo.
Some colleges, universities, art schools and other entities offer students summer opportunities. Many require program, housing and travel costs. These programs have reached out to us. These are not affiliated with VPS or VSAA.
Families can find free food at several locations.
In this issue: Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month, replacement levy planned for February 2023, curriculum nights are underway, join the VPS team!
In this issue: First day of school photos, fall Panorama survey, Transitional Kindergarten, free meals for all students.
See first day of school pictures from around the district!
News to know: Health and safety during the 2022-23 school year, free meals for all students, bus routes and more.
Safety and security is a top priority in Vancouver Public Schools. An important part of keeping our students safe involves an ability to identify concerning language or inappropriate use of technology by students on their school-issued laptops and iPads, email and the internet.