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Superintendent  Update

BGPS' Board of Directors has announced Mark Hottowe as their choice for new superintendent

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New Online Learning Program

BGPS is pleased to announce River Online Learning. This is a new program serving students grades 6 -12 in the 2014-15 school year. 


Battle Ground Public Schools has a new website!

BGPS Technology Department continues to expand services and bring our district into the 21st century. This new site, powered by Google, offers updated navigation, a user friendly interface and a fresh new look. In addition to the district site, school sites will also be updated throughout the spring.  We encourage you to take a few moments, browse around and get to know our new website. 


Please Note: 

We recommend using Google Chrome or Firefox for best viewing and navigation. Old versions of Internet Explorer may not display properly.  If your current browser does not show the top menu bar including “Home, District, Schools, Parents/Students, About Us, and Contact Us” you should consider upgrading to one of the other browsers listed.  


If you have questions please feel free contact us at communications@battlegroundps.org

Featured Article

Three BG schools win state award

April 18, 2014

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and the State Board of Education have awarded Battle Ground High School, CAM Academy, and Captain Strong Primary School with 2013 Washington Achievement Awards. The awards celebrate top-performing schools throughout the state and are identified through the revised Achievement Index. 

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“Two Heads are Better than One”- BGPS Staff Utilize Early Release for Common Core State Standards

October 18, 2013

It’s been said that two heads are better than one, and this year Battle Ground Public Schools will put that old adage into action

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480 New iPads for Teachers

March 7, 2014

Teachers in Battle Ground Public Schools can teach a lesson from anywhere in their classroom, collaborate more easily with their peers, and provide on-the-fly instruction thanks to the purchase of a new set of iPads that will soon be rolled out in classrooms across the district.