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Last Updated on Friday, 07 March 2014 22:10 Written by Margaret Rice Friday, 07 March 2014 21:26
Due to updates in Internet Explorer, some of our visitors are having difficulty viewing our homepage, though the rest of our site can be seem. If you are experiencing this too, you can upgrade your Internet Explorer to version 10 (v.10) or try re-opening it in Firefox or Google Chrome. Free downloads are available, just click to choose.
Summer School 2014
2014 summer school registration will begin May 1, 2014 at 7:00 AM. Registration can be completed on-line, by phone or in person through the Evergreen School District's Community Education Office.
Here is how to register:
1. On-line: www.ccskillscenter.com or www.evergreenps.org (Community Ed/Registration)
2. By phone: 360.604.4082 (Evergreen Community Education Office)
3. In person: Evergreen School District at Community Education Office, Tan Complex (13500 NE 135th Ave., Vancouver, WA 98682)
Check back here for links to the registration website. Click here for the 2014 Summer School flyer.
Skills Center Seeks New Teachers
Last Updated on Monday, 21 April 2014 19:35 Written by Margaret Rice Monday, 21 April 2014 19:14
The Clark County Skills Center seeks to hire two new teachers for their new programs in fall 2014. One will be for the Homeland Security position and the other for Aviation Technology. To read more about it, click here. To apply for either of these positions, click here.
Clark County Skills Center Registration
If you are interested in enrolling in one of our programs for the 2014-15 school year, please see your sending school counselor or contact Wendy Gile, our registrar (360) 604-1064 for more information. We are accepting new students applications now.
New Student Orientation is this week. If you are signed up for a class in the fall of 2014, you must attend with a parent. Please click here for details.
Skills Center Students Recycled 1.75 Tons of E-Waste
Last Updated on Monday, 31 March 2014 22:33 Written by Margaret Rice Monday, 31 March 2014 22:32
Students form the Clark County Skills Center IT Systems program successfully collected 3500 pounds of E-waste last month and prevented it from going to a landfill by sending donations to a green waste recycling company.
Ira Erbs (first year instructor of the ITS3 Program) coordinated the event with a student leadership team who managed the project from start to finish. The turn out was excellent and the 3rd Annual e-recycling event is in the works and will be hosted in January 2015.
Special thanks goes out to United Mayflower Container Services for donating a storage unit for the event and to Earth Friendly Recycling for accepting all the equipment.
If you are an individual or business looking to donate useable computers, printers, and other peripherals for use in classroom training, please contact Ray Nelson, Skills Center ITS3 Second year instructor and Campus Technology Coordinator at (360) -604-1050 ext. 2124.
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