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Limitations on DHS immigration enforcement action at sensitive locations

All children have a right to a free public education, regardless of their actual or perceived immigration or citizenship status or that of their parents. Education leaders, teachers, students, and families, have asked questions about guidance that was released by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that limits immigration enforcement actions from occurring [...]

Columbia River 8th Grade Cheerleading Tryouts

Columbia River High School is in the process of recruiting 8th graders for cheer tryouts. They are holding an informational meeting May 3rd 6:30pm-7:30pm in the Lower Commons at CRHS Tryouts are being held June 7th-9th 5:30pm-7:30pm, June 10th 8:30am Click here for more information!

April 25th, 2017|school news|

Revised homework policy reflects learning needs of students

Revisions to Vancouver Public Schools homework policy will help ensure that homework, when assigned, will support teaching and learning goals. The revisions are in response to current research, which shows that homework assignments given to children in primary grades offers few, if any, educational benefits. Specific revisions to Regulation 6133 concerning homework aim to improve [...]

Last day of school year is June 21 | Español | Русский | Chuukese

Due to weather-related school closures in December 2016, the following designated snow-replacement days have been added to the school calendar: Monday, June 19, 2017 (full day) Tuesday, June 20, 2017 (two-hour early release) Wednesday, June 21, 2017 (two-hour early release and the last day of school, barring additional weather-related closures for the remainder of [...]

April 11th, 2017|school news|

Principal’s Corner

Hello Discovery Parents and Families, Spring vacation is next week! While I am hopeful we will start to see some sunshine and the trees starting to bloom, it is hard to believe we are already over two-thirds of the way through the school year! Of course, that also means we have a third of the [...]

State laws, district policies will continue to protect transgender students

A statement from the state superintendent assures that Washington schools will treat transgender students "consistent with the student's gender identity." Washington state law continues to protect transgender students from discrimination in school, in spite of a recent change in federal guidance on the matter. Read the full press release from the Office of Superintendent of [...]