Lea este mensaje en Español. Прочитать данное сообщение по-русски. Ánea nón Fóósun Chuuk. Bus driver shortage results in delayed bus routes Dear Parents and Guardians, We are experiencing a severe shortage of school bus drivers, which may result in delayed buses to and from school over the next several weeks. We [...]
We have been alerted by the Clark Regional Drug Task Force about new versions of the drug fentanyl that look like Skittles or Smarties candy.
In order to learn more about student experiences at school, we will be asking for your child’s feedback via an online survey they will be completing at school in grades 3-12.
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.
This year, every VPS student will continue to have the option to eat breakfast and lunch at school for free. But we need your help. Your child’s school will soon share an education benefits form for you to complete.
Seven VPS staff members were honored at the district’s Facility Support Service Seminar in the areas of safety, caring, leadership, core values and high standards.
Devon Brown and Amyah Gibson, both seniors at Vancouver School of Arts and Academics, earned medals in the NAACP’s Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics.
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