Family Service Center

The Family Services Center makes a difference to children and families today that are facing many challenges. These challenges can become barriers to a successful education.


Hough Foundation established the Family Services Center to meet the needs of our diverse school community. We are now proud to be partnering with the Vancouver School District and their FCRC network. When children are fed, clothed, nurtured and cared for, the whole community benefits. The Hough Foundation is designed to respond quickly and effectively to the ever changing needs of our most precious resource — children. When necessary, we offer warm clothes, coats, shoes and school supplies so children are able to go to school prepared to learn. If a family is in crisis, we are here to help. A holiday help program that meets the needs of Hough families and neighbors is offered through the Family Service Center in partnership with the faith community, individuals and businesses.



Private Counseling for Students and Parents

Sometimes life is hard and gets in the way of living a nurturing life that allows our kids to learn and grow. If you or your child is in need of private counseling we may be able to help. Please contact our FCRC , Annette Mccabe (360) 313-2107.


Enrichment Programs:


  • Performing Arts 2:10 – 3:00 grades K-2


  • Horticulture/Garden Club 2:50 – 4:00 grades K-5
  • Music Exploration 2:50 – 4:00 grades 3-5


  • Performing Arts 2:50 – 4:00 grades 3-5
  • Music Exploration 2:50 – 4:00 grades 3-5
  • Horticulture/Garden Club 2:50 – 4:00 – grades K-2


  • Music Exploration 2:50 – 4:00 grades 3-5


  • Enspire Arts Club 2:50 – 4:00 grades 3-5


Summer Camps:

Summer Camp partnering with Vancouver Parks and Rec June 26 – August 4

Hough Foundation summer camp April 7-11

*All taking place at Hough Elementary School and free for the kids.


Performing Arts

Experience Performing Arts . This class is taught by Mindee Deal. Children can benefit from a diverse range of learning opportunities, but the active engagement and interpersonal experiences fostered by drama and theater education can have overreaching positive effects on their academic, social and emotional lives that simply aren’t obtainable through notebook learning. To register contact
Monday 2:10 – 3:00 grades K-2nd
Wednesday 2:50 – 4:00 grades 3rd-5th


Horticulture/Garden Club

Come join our horticulture therapy. This class is taught by Mandi Atkinson. The class will help improve the health and well-being of your student by providing nature-based opportunities for social, emotional, physical, and cognitive growth. Students will be outside getting their hands dirty learning about roots, shoots, and bugs as well as learning about environmental needs, invasive species and mechanical control and participate in volunteer efforts to maintain their schoolyard. Contact Jill Campbell at for more information.
Tuesday 2:50 – 4:00 grades 2nd-5th
Wednesday 2:50 – 4:00 – grades K-2nd


Music Exploration

Explore music and rhythms with Jeff and Eileen. We will be playing music with ukuleles, a variety of drums, and handheld percussion. Come have fun experimenting with sound, and making our own musical instruments! Contact Jill Campbell at for more information.
Tuesday 2:50 – 4:00 grades 3rd-5th
Wednesday 2:50-4:00 grades 3rd-5th
Thursday 2:50 – 4:00 grades 3rd-5th


Enspire Arts Exploration

Join the Enspire Arts team for fun time exploring the arts! Sing songs , painting, telling stories, drama games, drawing, dancing, rhythm games and more! This class is taught by Josiah Austin and is on Friday’s in the art room. For registration contact
Friday 2:50 – 4:20 grades 3rd-5th


Healthy Snack Program

We are excited to be able to provide healthy fresh fruit and vegetable snacks to our kids on a daily basis. If you would like to make a donation to this worthwhile program, please Email Executive Director Jill Campbell – or Eden Gangi to find out how. Whether it is one day or more. We would love to get your help.