Our school's entrance is on the south side of the building (the opposite side from our big, beautiful sign). The front doors are under the clock tower. The far left-side door is unlocked during office hours. Once you've entered the building, please stop in the office and pick up your visitor's sticker.
Washington Elementary - A Community for Learning
We are committed to working collaboratively to:
Share responsibility for high expectations
Clearly communicate learning targets
Provide a safe school
Address:2908 S St., Vancouver, WA 98663
Start and Dismissal Times:Grades K -5 . . . . . 8:30 a.m.- 2:50 p.m.
We will be giving the state test, the MSP from May 6- May 22. Please make sure your child gets plenty of rest and arrives to school on time. We start testing first thing in the morning, so it is very important that all students are here when the bell rings. For the specific school testing schedule, please go to the test tab at the top of the web page.
Parent @ccess Has Arrived! Have you signed up yet for your Parent @ccess account? Parent @ccess allows you secure access to your child’s student information, including schedule, food services account, attendance and more! You can access information about any of your children in the Vancouver School District from one screen. Grades and additional information are also shown for middle and high school students. If you have not registered and are interested in accessing the Parent Portal, please contact Debbie Rhodes at Washington Elementary (you must come into the school to register) or e-mail email@example.com for information.
Vancouver iTech Preparatory This STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) magnet school will be enrolling sixty 6th grade students for the 2013-14 school year. The application period is open from
January 15 – February 4th, 2013.
Click on the link for more information.
The new STEM school is a school of choice for students who are interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.It is anticipated to open September 2012 depending on the budget.The school will serve students in grades 6, 7, 9, and 10 during the first year.Additional grades will be added each year until the school reaches full enrollment of approximately 100 students each in grades 6-12.
Please see the attached newsletter for more information about the school and the application process.
Breakfast -- 7:50 First bell -- 8:20 Tardy bell -- 8:30 School ends -- 2:50
PSP News Please click on the PSP tab to learn about up-coming Parent-Staff Partnership events at Washington Elementary School. Updated: April 2014.
Contact Your Child's Teacher
To e-mail your child's teacher or staff members, please visit the Staff tab (above). If they have websites, you can find those links on the Staff tab, too. Updated: August 2014.
Washington Elementary LibraryCheck out our library web page for cool links!! Look at the storyline.com over the holidays for famous actors reading famous children's books! We will have over 600 books at a retail value of about $6,600.00 as recipients of the Laura Bush Foundation!!
Library open after school on Monday - Thursday until 3:10
Click here or on the Calendar link (top of screen) to see upcoming events.
Bad Weather? Wondering if we have school?Click to check if we have school. You can also listen to local radio stations or watch local television stations. Or you can call the district’s Snow/Closure Info line at 360-313-1401.
Get Ready for Kindergarten!
Washington Elementary has full-day kindergarten for students living within our school's boundaries. Here are some links for ways to help your child get ready for Kindergarten in the fall:
Click on the Programs tab (above) to see more information about the Husky Walking School Bus.
Walk to school supervised every day
Arrive at school SAFE & ON TIME
Eat a healthy school breakfast
Bring Back Our Books!
Now is the time of year to search your house for library books and textbooks. If you find any of our books, please return them to the office or the library. While you're cleaning, if you find books that belong to another school, you can also turn those in to the Washington Library. We'll send them to the right school for you.
Book AdventureBook Adventure is a fun, free way to motivate your child
to read! Kids in grades K-8 can search for books, read
them offline, come back to quiz on what they’ve read,
and earn prizes for their reading success. Start your
reading adventure below!