Ms. Chvonne: Lieser Student Advocate; 360-313-4854;

Tina Cruz; Mobile FCRC coordinator; 360-223-6478

I'm your Student Advocate, Ms. Chvonne. I'm here to help you and your family with questions or assistance you have in accessing needs.

      • Email ( to schedule a phone appointment, I will walk you through resources and supports your family needs.

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Passcode: @mschvo

Clark College: Fee waivers are not required as every student can apply at no cost!

If you do not have access to print the forms below, please contact me through the email and leave a phone number that I can reach you at, I will get one to you ASAP.


Our Child Nutrition Program will return to charging for daily meals using student PINs (issued at registration) once the Fall 2020-2021 school year begins on September 1, 2020. Students can receive free or reduced price meals by applying and qualifying for the National School Lunch Program (see below). Any enrolled student can also purchase a meal using their student meal account.

During Distance Learning, grab-and-go meals will be available for pick-up, Monday-Friday from 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at the following locations:

Serving sites for the Vancouver School District, beginning September 1, 2020:

· Anderson Elementary, 2215 NE 104th St.

· Fruit Valley Elementary, 3410 NW Fruit Valley Rd.

· Ogden Elementary, 3200 NE 86th Ave.

· Roosevelt Elementary, 2921 Falk Rd.

· Washington Elementary, 2908 S. St.

· Discovery Middle School, 800 E. 40th St.

· Jason Lee Middle School, 8500 NW 9th Ave.

· McLoughlin Middle School, 5802 MacArthur Blvd.

Whether you are renewing an application or applying for the first time, we encourage you to fill out a Free & Reduced Meal Application:

· English

· Spanish

· Russian

A new application must be completed each school year.

Find additional Child Nutrition information on our website at

Vancouver Community Resources

food, unemployment information, childcare, housing, public utilities assistance and crisis information.

Youth Opportunity Pass: C-TRAN

Emergency Rental Assistance Program.

Clark County families who owe past rent (or partial rent) since March 1, 2020 due to COVID-19 and meet other eligibility requirements, may be eligible for Emergency Rent Assistance Program (ERAP) to help with up to three months of your rental costs. Citizenship status is not required. The assistance does not count as a public charge benefits. SSN and birth certificates will not be requested. For more information, please visit Flyers in English, Spanish, Ukranian, Chuukese and Marshallese:

Legal support.

Families can seek legal advice and support from Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program 360-334-4007 or the CLEAR hotline: 1-888-201-1014 if your landlord threatens to evict you, applies a late fee, or if you just need guidance.

Health Supports

COVID-19 testing available – Sea Mar testing locations and hours; Free drive-thru and walk-up appointments:

Medical Enrollment Assistance Centers:

Medical/Dental/Behavioral Health - Sliding Fee Scale:

Telehealth Visits:

Covid - 19 online self-care resources

Clark County Community Connection and Support Groups - Youth and Parents:

GSA is an optional club at Lieser. It creates a space for LGBTQ+ students and allies to come together to create community and promote authenticity.

Parents, and caregivers can help children by:

  • Gaining an understanding of ACEs

  • Helping children identify feelings and manage emotions

  • Creating safe physical and emotional environments at home, and in neighborhoods

Youth House: Clark County

Teen Talk: