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Fort FFA places 1st in the Practicum competition at the state event in Sedro-Wooley. Members of this team are Alexis Taylor, Chrisianna Nave, Tyrah Keith, John Rauda, Miles Morgan and Yafet Ghebretensae. Way to go Trappers!
Trapper Athlete off to SOU
Trapper athlete Jordan Suell signs a National Letter of Intent to play football for Southern Oregon University. Congrats, Jordan!
Congratulations to Trapper Bowler Lauryn Heying, who placed 2nd at state.  Lauryn bowled games of 217, 172, 209, 234, 200 and 210.  Way to go Lauryn!
Spring Sports begin Monday, March 2nd.
Be sure and stop by the business office at Fort and fill out an Athletic and Activity Clearance Packet.
Sports = Girls Tennis, Girls Fast-pitch softball, Baseball, Track & Field, Girls Golf, and Boys Soccer.
Diversity in Action at Fort Vancouver High School | The Columbian January 8, 2015
Please read this article in The Columbian regarding our planning work to become the FVHS Center for International Studies. The article highlights the recent visit of Dr. Anthony Jackson, Vice President for Education at Asia Society.
Video created for Gov. Inslee's visit to FVHS
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PRTI: The New Tutorial Program
Fort's Tutorial Program will change this year, and is now called PRTI (pyramid response to intervention). All students will have the opportunity to access enrichment, reteaching or other support classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays after 2nd period. Student placement will be based primarily on letter grades in their classes. Stay tuned for more details the first week of school

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