Meeting Calendar

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Feb
25
Mon
2019
Vancouver City Council Workshop @ Vancouver City Hall
Feb 25 @ 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

The Vancouver City Council holds workshops on various topics relating to City business every Monday, from 4-6 p.m., unless otherwise noted on the agenda or if it falls on a holiday.

Council may choose to hold an executive session during the workshop period, which are closed to the public.

Click HERE for more details on Vancouver City Council Meetings!

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Camas School Board Meeting @ Zellerbach Administration Center
Feb 25 @ 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

In Washington, education is defined as a function of the state government by the constitution. Legislative actions have created school boards to serve as agents of the state to administer the school functions which have been delegated to local districts. School board members are responsible to the voters and act under the restrictions of state law.

The board provides direction for the district, approving policies, making financial decisions, determining building needs, and approving the budget. The progress of the district is reviewed regularly by the board. The board relies on the superintendent for advice, but final decisions are the responsibility of the school board.

Meeting dates and times are subject to change, so please click HERE to make sure the date or time of this meeting has not changed!

For more information on the Camas School Board, click HERE!

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Battle Ground School Board Meeting @ Lewisville Campus
Feb 25 @ 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

In Washington, education is defined as a function of the state government by the constitution. Legislative actions have created school boards to serve as agents of the state to administer the school functions which have been delegated to local districts. School board members are responsible to the voters and act under the restrictions of state law.

The board provides direction for the district, approving policies, making financial decisions, determining building needs, and approving the budget. The progress of the district is reviewed regularly by the board. The board relies on the superintendent for advice, but final decisions are the responsibility of the school board.

Dates and times of meetings are subject to change, so please click HERE to make sure the date or time of this meeting has not been changed!

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Hockinson School Board Meeting @ Hockinson Middle School Library
Feb 25 @ 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

In Washington, education is defined as a function of the state government by the constitution. Legislative actions have created school boards to serve as agents of the state to administer the school functions which have been delegated to local districts. School board members are responsible to the voters and act under the restrictions of state law.

The board provides direction for the district, approving policies, making financial decisions, determining building needs, and approving the budget. The progress of the district is reviewed regularly by the board. The board relies on the superintendent for advice, but final decisions are the responsibility of the school board.

Meeting dates and times are subject to change. Click HERE for more information on the Hockinson School Board, or to find out exact meeting dates and times.

Vancouver City Council Consent & Citizen Forum @ Vancouver City Hall
Feb 25 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

The Vancouver City Council's purpose is to hear the concerns and needs of Vancouver citizens and take the necessary action. Maybe you want to advocate for an issue you think should be addressed in your city, or maybe just want to get a pothole fixed. This is where you can make your voice heard!

Consent Meeting & Citizen Forums happen at 6:30 on every second and fourth Monday of each month, unless it is a holiday.

Click HERE for more information on Vancouver City Council Meetings.

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Feb
26
Tue
2019
Port of Vancouver @ Port of Vancouver
Feb 26 @ 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

The Port of Vancouver Board of Commissioners holds regular public meetings and community members are invited to attend. Opportunities for the public to speak briefly are provided at each meeting, and comments and suggestions on port business are welcome. Commission meetings are usually held every second and fourth Tuesday of the month beginning at 9:30 a.m. in the Commission Room at the port administrative offices. Meetings are also broadcast on Clark Vancouver Television (CVTV) cable channels 21 and 23 and online at www.CVTV.org.

For more information on the Port of Vancouver, click HERE!

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Ridgefield School Board Meeting @ Ridgefield High School, Room 311
Feb 26 @ 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

In Washington, education is defined as a function of the state government by the constitution. Legislative actions have created school boards to serve as agents of the state to administer the school functions which have been delegated to local districts. School board members are responsible to the voters and act under the restrictions of state law.

The board provides direction for the district, approving policies, making financial decisions, determining building needs, and approving the budget. The progress of the district is reviewed regularly by the board. The board relies on the superintendent for advice, but final decisions are the responsibility of the school board.

For more information on the Ridgefield School Board, click HERE!

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Vancouver School Board Meeting @ Robert C. Bates Center
Feb 26 @ 5:15 PM – 6:30 PM

Members of the Vancouver Public Schools board of directors are elected by the citizens of the community to four-year terms. The board sets the district’s goals and policies and is the governing body for adoption of school budgets.

Acting as secretary to the school board, the superintendent is responsible to them for implementing policies and operation of the schools.

Board meetings are accessible to all regardless of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability or the use a dog guide or trained service animal. If you require special accommodations or an interpreter, please contact the superintendent’s office at 360-313-1200, before 4 p.m., at least four school days prior to the meeting date to allow sufficient time to make appropriate accommodations.

Click HERE for more information on the Vancouver School Board! Click HERE for meeting dates and times, including special meetings that may not be on this calendar.

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Evergreen School Board Meeting @ Administrative Services Center, Evergreen Room
Feb 26 @ 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

In Washington, education is defined as a function of the state government by the constitution. Legislative actions have created school boards to serve as agents of the state to administer the school functions which have been delegated to local districts. School board members are responsible to the voters and act under the restrictions of state law.

The board provides direction for the district, approving policies, making financial decisions, determining building needs, and approving the budget. The progress of the district is reviewed regularly by the board. The board relies on the superintendent for advice, but final decisions are the responsibility of the school board.

Click HERE for exact dates and times of meetings, as they are subject to change. Click HERE for more information on the Evergreen School Board.

*The Evergreen School Board does not meet in the months of June, July, November, or December!
Green Mountain School Board Meeting @ Green Mountain Elementary School
Feb 26 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

In Washington, education is defined as a function of the state government by the constitution. Legislative actions have created school boards to serve as agents of the state to administer the school functions which have been delegated to local districts. School board members are responsible to the voters and act under the restrictions of state law.

The board provides direction for the district, approving policies, making financial decisions, determining building needs, and approving the budget. The progress of the district is reviewed regularly by the board. The board relies on the superintendent for advice, but final decisions are the responsibility of the school board.

Meeting dates and times are subject to change, click HERE for more information on the Green Mountain School Board School Board and meeting times.

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