This is where PE gets high tech.
These levies are not new taxes. If approved, they would replace existing levies that expire at the end of 2019.
Since its introduction nearly seven years ago, Vancouver Public Schools’ one-to-one technology program has expanded to provide digital tools to all students in grades three through 12. Training and professional development for teachers and administrators are major components of VPS’ successful one-to-one technology program. Instructional technology facilitators—teachers on special assignment—lead the work to ensure [...]
Visitors to every Vancouver Public School are now using the Raptor system, an online check-in program that not only tracks who is the building, but also does rapid background checks to ensure student safety.
Connect FVRL, a partnership with Fort Vancouver Regional Library District, provides digital access to eBooks and resources for students in Vancouver Public Schools for reading and research. Students in grades nine through 12 at all VPS high schools and students in grades six through 12 at Vancouver School of Arts and Academics, Vancouver iTech [...]
Eddie Sawyer is one of just five K-12 educational technology professionals from around the nation to earn this honor.
All schools will be closed on Wednesday, Feb. 21, due to weather. All after-school and evening activities, sports, performing arts and building rental activities are also canceled. Find more weather-related information. The Jim Parsley Community Center is closed to the public. Propstra Pool also is closed. Last updated: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 11 a.m.
After-school and evening activities are canceled today, Feb. 20, for VPS elementary, middle and high schools. Exceptions are optional practices until 4 p.m. for Skyview basketball, Columbia River basketball and Skyview Stormbots. Schools that typically end later in the day—Vancouver Flex Academy, Lieser Campus, Vancouver iTech Preparatory and Vancouver School of Arts and Academics—are closing [...]
Fruit Valley Community Learning Center, Washington Elementary, McLoughlin and Discovery middle schools and Vancouver iTech Preparatory will pilot new software.
The proposed new standards improve coherence, alignment and readability.