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Next Regular Meeting: June 10, 2013 - 4:30 p.m. PHS Media Center
All scheduled board meetings this school year will be at the former Lewisville Middle School, 406 NW Sixth Ave., Building C, Room C-26 unless otherwise posted. Work Sessions begin at 3:00 p.m. and the Regular Meeting begins at 4:30 p.m.
Items for upcoming board meetings are submitted by staff for approval about 10 days prior to the meeting. Deadlines for agenda items can found here.
The Information belongs to the public
While parts of personnel and student records are private, much of the
information gathered and recorded by school districts, as with any
government agency in Washington, is a matter of public record and open
to public scrutiny. Likewise, meetings of the elected members of the
School Board are open except under certain circumstances. The Washington
attorney general has created a guide to both laws, accessible at:
Battle Ground Public Schools are governed by a five-person elected Board of Directors. They serve four-year terms, with three of the terms expiring in a given odd-numbered year and the other two expiring in the next odd-numbered year. That ensures experience and continuity on the Board.
Each director resides in a separate one of five geographic divisions of the 271-square-mile district, thereby guaranteeing a geographic balance on the Board. In both primary and general elections, all registered voters in the entire school district are eligible to vote in all of the races on that year’s ballot. Under state law, the office of school board director is nonpartisan.
For past editions of BG Board, Briefly, which summarizes action taken by the Battle Ground School Board in its meetings, click here.
Battle Ground Public Schools Board of Directors
Battle Ground School District Board of Directors, from left: Monty Anderson, Ken Root,
Mavis Nickels, President John Idsinga, Superintendent Shonny Bria and Steve Pagel. (December 14, 2011, photo)
12 NW 19th St.
22630 NE Worthington Road
4805 NE 130th St.