Students will have a second opportunity to apply for the International Baccalaureate; Medical Arts; and Science, Math and Technology programs, as well as for Vancouver iTech Preparatory.
A district advisory group is concerned, however, that the use of one-time money from the state and the district’s financial reserve will result in another large shortfall for 2020-21.
Students who will be in sixth through eighth grades next school year should apply by June 14 for this summer camp.
From a list of choices, survey respondents overwhelmingly chose four top budget solutions.
The official audit released by the Washington State Auditor’s Office evaluates the integrity of district financial statements, internal controls and compliance with state and federal laws and grant funding requirements.
The district is asking for input from district families, staff and community members.
This summer, artists may participate in a variety of activities, including dance, acting, music and the visual arts. All opportunities are offered free to students currently enrolled in Vancouver Public Schools.
The project-based learning school for approximately 500 students will focus on arts and innovation.
Fifteen Vancouver students qualified for the National History Bee. Seven also qualified for the U.S. Geography Olympiad.
As a result of feedback, Vancouver Public Schools will provide Chromebooks instead of iPads to high school students.