As of July 28, 2019, Washington state law removed the personal and philosophical exemption to the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine.
School is a place to learn to read and also to read to learn. Students begin learning letters and sounds and by the time they are through the primary grades they are reading longer passages and beginning to understand that reading is a skill they will need in all subject areas. Sometimes students begin to feel frustrated when they can’t keep up or the content [...]
This event assists families who are new to the district and need the help of an interpreter to register their students for school.
Free after-school dance program | Sesiones gratuitas de baile después de clases | Бесплатные уроки танцев после уроков
Open to students in grades 3-8. Apply by Friday, Sept. 20, to participate.
Positions originally identified as possible budget cuts preserved; associate principal moves Thanks to the availability of $6.5 million in one-time state levy equalization assistance and the use of $3.81 million in one-time money from district reserves, Vancouver Public Schools will preserve many of the positions originally identified as possible cuts in the 2019-20 school year. Among the positions restored are: 21 teachers 11.8 FTE counselors [...]
Students will get out of school at the standard time on June 3, 10 and 17.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 1ST, 2019, CHECKS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AS PAYMENT AT Jefferson. WE WILL ACCEPT CASH AND CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS. CHECKS WILL ONCE AGAIN BE ACCEPTED AT THE START OF THE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR.
Opportunities include camps, free meals, school-readiness events and more!
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.