Hybrid learning will begin soon for elementary students; timeline; and what's next for middle and high schools.
Superintendents Mike Merlino, Evergreen, and Steve Webb, Vancouver, are urging health officials and Gov. Jay Inslee to re-prioritize vaccinations for educators.
The Seattle Foundation is currently hosting more than 25 scholarships with many limited to Washington applicants. Most deadlines are March 31, 2021, but check each opportunity to confirm. Take the time to read the eligibility requirements before applying as a few of the scholarships are restricted to specific high schools or counties near Seattle. Some [...]
The Roy F. Mather Scholarship is ONLY for residents of Clark County. The $60,000 renewable scholarship is for students who: Plan to register or be currently registered at an accredited college, university, technical or career school Plan to pursue a degree in engineering Have a GPA of 3.5 or higher Demonstrate outstanding academic achievement The [...]
If you're a member of the the TwinStar Credit Union, you may be eligible for 1 of 15 - $2,000 scholarships! Eligibility Requirements: Applicant must be a member of the Credit Union and in good standing Application must be accompanied by a current high school transcript All application questions must be completed for consideration Apply [...]
Do you have a 3.0 GPA or better? The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association with the Dairy Farmers of Washington and Gesa Credit Union proudly present the Smart Choices Scholarship Program. Two (2) $5,000 scholarships Eight (8) $1,000 scholarships This is a merit based scholarship for those who excel in athletics, activities, academics, leadership or community [...]
The American Indian Endowed Scholarship helps financially needy students with close social and cultural ties to a Washington State American Indian community pursue a college education. Funding is prioritized for upper-division and graduate students. Students can use the scholarships at public colleges and many accredited independent colleges in Washington. Scholarship awards range from about $500 [...]
The superintendent’s recommendation is consistent with new guidelines issued last month by Washington Governor Jay Inslee and the Washington Department of Health.
Apply for Vancouver Public Schools’ secondary magnet programs and programs of choice beginning Jan. 6
Secondary students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of magnet programs, full-day programs which feature a unique theme as a focus for the curriculum across all content areas, and programs of choice, half-day programs that provide a concentrated focus in a particular area. These programs are designed to help students explore their interests [...]
The deadline to suggest a name is Friday, Jan. 15.