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 [...]
Be ready Winter weather conditions can be difficult to predict, but there are a few steps you can take to prepare for possible school closures or delays. Make sure your contact information is up to date so the school staff can reach you if necessary. Know how to receive school closure information and where to [...]
This month's winners include two teachers, two custodians and an associate principal.
Skyview High School's annual SMT (Science, Math, and Technology) Tech Day challenge took students to the Dark Ages, and sent them off to Thanksgiving break on a high note. In the annual event, students in the SMT program split off into teams and tackle several challenges, culminating with a large spectacle in the afternoon. [...]
Luke Glassett teaches history at Skyview High School.
This month's winners are a bus driver, clerk, secretary, teacher and school psychologist.
High school seniors should apply for financial aid in October to get access to the most amount of money for job training programs, trade schools and/or college.
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.
Skvyiew students and staff participated in a new suicide prevention curriculum. Counselor Jay Gowen brought the program to Skyview to get students talking about the problem, and how they can help one another.