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Fax: 360.313.5201 Monday - Friday:  8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  aaaaaaa
Attendance Office: 360.313.5223 Mailing Address:
WSUV iTech Office: 360-992-6021 2901 Falk Rd.
Vancouver, WA  98661

Upcoming Events
Welcome Back Newsletter 2016-17
Please click above to view the newsletter.
High School Curriculum Night - Sept. 20
On the WSUV campus in the Clark Building. Please click link above to view flyer.
Middle School Curriculum Night - Sept. 22
At the Jim Parsley Community Center. Please click link above view flyer.
Technology Responsible Use and Safety Agreement
Click here for Free Sports Physical Flyer information
Free Sports Physicals Sponsored by VPS, Family Medicine of Southwest Washington, and The Free Clinic of Southwest Washington. Available to Vancouver Public School Students entering 6th through 12th grade.
Healthy Youth Survey Oct. 10th -21st
INFORMATION for PARENTS and STUDENTS - Students will participate in the 2016 Healthy Youth Survey Oct. 10th - 21st - More information here, - If parents decide to NOT have their student participate in the survey they will need to contact iTech school counselor.
iTech Fees
Reminder Anyone taking photography needs to pay $20.00 class fee. (Free or reduced lunches pay $10.00).
iTech Club Information
You can check here for all after school club dates and times.
Fees for Advanced Placement Testing, 2015-16 School Year:
VPS students entering high school grades 9-12 have access to Advanced Placement courses that may result in earning college credit for high school coursework. These courses are available at no charge to Washington public school students, whereas they may have a tuition cost if taken in college.  Students are not required to take the Advanced Placement exam, however, postsecondary institutions determine college credit awarded based on the AP Exam score earned.  VPS recognizes that fees for AP Exams have prevented many students from participating in the exam to earn college credit.  To alleviate this burden, all AP exam fees for VPS students participating in the May 2016 exams will be funded by Vancouver Public Schools.  All participating students will be exempt from payment of any fees associated with AP Exam participation.  With the exception of fee collection, the overall process of registering for AP exams will be the same as previous years and communicated to students at the building level.  VPS strongly encourages students who take AP courses to sit for the course AP Exam in May. 

Vancouver iTech Preparatory Selected as a Washington STEM Lighthouse School
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New Items of Interest!!
Items of Interest Items of Interest


Classroom Treats


The Vancouver School District, including iTech, has many students with potentially life threatening peanut and tree nut allergies. If you are bringing treats to school for seasonal parties, or after school activities, please do not send in candies and baked goods that contain peanut or tree nut products. Also all foods should be commercially prepared with the ingredients listed.  Help us keep these severely allergic children safe. 


 Thank you,


Resources Resources
Meningococcal and HPV
School Closure Information

Please be prepared for school closures due to bad weather or other emergency situations. Depending on the circumstances, schools could be closed for one day or several days. Schools could open two hours later than usual or close earlier than scheduled.

To find out if schools are closed:

• Check "Emergency Closure Information" on the district website:

• Check the Flash Alert website: (select Portland/Vancouver area, then Clark County Schools, then Vancouver School District).

• Sign up for free Flash Alert text and/or email messages. You must renew this service each year. Both websites listed above will take you to the Emergency Messages page for Vancouver School District. Find "Emergency Alerts," click "Subscribe" and follow directions.

• Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to see our school closure posts: and

• Listen to your local radio and television stations.

• Call the School Closure Information Line at 313-1401.

If schools are closed, the main school phone numbers will allow you to connect to the School Closure Information Line.

The decision to close or delay the opening of school due to snow or icy roads usually is made early in the morning of that school day. If weather becomes threatening during the school day, schools may close early. If schools are closed, all after-school and evening school activities are canceled for that day.

Snow/ice routes may be used for some school bus routes. Families that would be impacted by altered bus routes need to look on the Snow/ice route information posted on our school website.

Schools in Washington State must, by law, provide 180 days of instruction each year. These days have been designated as make-up days in case scheduled school days are canceled: June 17, June 18, and June 19, 2014. If school must be closed more, additional make-up days may be added.


Snow Bus Routes

Snow bus routes have been developed for some school buses that serve our school.  These alternate routes will be used when icy or snowy conditions exist on some of the school district’s most difficult roads.  Snow bus routes are safer during bad weather conditions.

When snow bus routes are announced, there will be no service to some bus stops.  Alternate bus stops will be used.

We encourage students to ride school buses to and from school during adverse weather conditions.  School buses are a safe and reliable form of transportation.

Here are the snow/ice routes for our school.  These snow routes will also be posted in our school office and available on the school district website,

Middle School - JPC - Pick Up / Drop Off Map Middle School - JPC - Pick Up / Drop Off Map


WSU Parent/Gaurdian Permission Form
for the research project: Mapping Systemic Opportunities to Learn Mathematical and Scientific Practices
WSU Student Assent Form
WSU Parking Guidelines
WSU Parking - Spanish
WSUV Parking - Russian
Simple Machines and Mechanical Advantage - click here to see pictures
iTech Preparatory extends a sincere thank you to Fire Fighter Dunlap of Clark County Fire District 6 for volunteering his time at our middle school to teach our students about the mechanical advantage of pulley systems. It was so engaging that our science teacher, Mr. Kelley, was swept off his feet - or more accurately pulled off his feet by our middle school students. Thank you Fire District 6 for your dedication and commitment to our community. Sincerely, The iTech Staff and Students
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