VPS this week: 3/11/21

Issue 27

Provide your input

During the week of March 15, parents/guardians and fifth through 12th grade students will receive an email with a link to take the annual VPS culture and climate survey. Find out what the survey will cover and how to opt out your child if you do not want them to participate.


Para darnos sus comentarios

Durante la semana del 15 de marzo, padres de familia/tutores y alumnos del 5º al 12º grado recibirán un correo electrónico con un enlace para tomar la encuesta anual de “VPS” sobre el ambiente y cultura escolar. Infórmense sobre lo que la encuesta va a cubrir y qué hacer si optan por la no participación de su(s) hijo(s) en la encuesta.


Предоставьте свои отклики

На неделе, начинающейся 15 марта, родители/опекуны и ученики 5 – 12 классов получат электронное сообщение, содержащее ссылку на ежегодную анкету VPS на тему организационной культуры и организационного климата (обстановка и атмосфера в школе). Ознакомьтесь с тем, что включено в эту анкету, и как отказаться от участия, если вы не хотите, чтобы ваш ребёнок участвовал в её заполнении.

COVID information

  • Information on COVID-19 cases connected to VPS is available in a data dashboard. Visit the dashboard.


Vancouver Public Schools

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