Ridgefield Celebrates Youth Arts Month

Ridgefield School District is celebrating Youth Arts Month in a big way this year offering an abundance of opportunities for children and the Ridgefield community to discover their creative side through art and music throughout the entire month of March.

Telecommunications Commission Seeking Applicants

The county manager is seeking applicants with an interest in government and educational access television and cable television franchising to fill four positions on the volunteer city/county Telecommunications Commission.

Nominate Your Community Health Hero

Public health work is essential to healthy, thriving communities. If you know a person or organization doing great work for public health in Clark County, nominate them for a Public Health Community Award

New Members Join ESD 112 Board

Four incumbents and one new member were sworn into the Educational Service District (ESD) 112 Board of Directors at the agency’s regular board meeting on January 28, 2020.

Every 28 Days Donation Drive

There are some things that can be just plain awkward to talk about. But, just because something is awkward or difficult, does not mean it doesn’t need to be addressed. Throughout the month of February 2020, Share will host their Every28Days drive to collect donations of feminine hygiene products for low-income and homeless women and girls who struggle to afford these items.

Reserve Space for Your Summer Picnic

Chase away the winter blues by planning a fun spring or summer event at a City park. Vancouver Parks and Recreation is currently accepting picnic shelter reservations.

Ridgefield High School Students Dive into “Shark Tank”

Shark Tank is the chance of a lifetime for entrepreneurs, who pitch their innovative products to big money “shark” investors. Students in Andrea Reinertson’s marketing class got a taste of the show’s excitement when they pitched their own product concepts to a panel of “sharks”.

Union Ridge Students Making Games from Recycled Materials

The classroom is filled with arcade games. But there are no video screens or digital beeps, just the voices of kids having a lot of fun. Every arcade game has been handmade by a second-grade student. And they did it all from recycled materials.

Air Force ROTC Cadets Flying High After Being Awarded Aviation Scholarships

Four Air Force Junior ROTC cadets from Battle Ground High School will be flying high this summer after receiving scholarships to earn private pilot licenses. Nathanial Davis, Jarrett Huntington, Brooke Kirby, and Wyatt Moody are among only 200 AFJROTC cadets nationwide selected to receive scholarships from the Flight Academy Scholarship Program.

Woodland High School’s Robotics Team Goes All the Way to State Finals

Woodland High School’s robotics team, the Beaver Bots, won an Inspire Award and qualified to compete in the State Finals on Sunday, January 26, 2020. The Beaver Bots are one of 140 teams at high schools across Washington State taking part in the For Inspiration & Recognition of Science & Technology (FIRST) Robotics Competition.

Clark Green Schools Teaching Kids About Sustainability

It’s not often that a presentation starts with a story about a one-eyed, one-winged, one-legged chicken. But Will Hornyak, a professional storyteller, grabbed the attention of every kid in the room as he hopped, flapped, and crowed on stage. The story about the Adventures of Medio Pollito (half chicken) helped him teach Union Ridge Elementary students to be more aware of the environment.

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