Family and Community Resource Center helps families become independent

Battle Ground Public Schools’ Family and Community Resource Center (FCRC) helps meet the needs of families faced with housing instability and similar economic challenges.

The center’s staff fields requests for a variety of resources to help those in need. Those requests typically include items such as school supplies, backpacks, winter clothes and personal items that enable students to stay focused on their studies.

While a main goal of the FCRC is to assist families experiencing housing instability, it can also help connect families with many other types of resources and is intended to respond to the changing needs of the community.

The FCRC is a continuation of the district’s joint efforts with the Battle Ground Education Foundation, an all-volunteer, nonprofit community organization whose purpose is to leverage community resources to help maintain quality education for all students in Battle Ground schools.

Contact information

Family and Community Resource Center (FCRC)
(360) 885-5434

Lydia Sanders, Family Resource Services Coordinator
(360) 885-5434

Chelsea Ward, FCRC Advocate

Alison Weddle, FCRC Advocate

Amanda Watts, Family Resource Services Secretary
(360) 885-5434

FCRC Hours

Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Fridays: 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

CASEE Building C. 11104 NE 149th St. Brush Prairie, WA 98606

Family Resource Guide

The Family Resource Guide is now digital! The Family and Community Resource Center is a natural extension of the district’s partnerships with these local resources.

Volunteer or Support FCRC

The BGPS Family and Community Resource Center is able to provide support for basic student and family needs through the robust and active support of volunteers! If you’re interested in getting involved and helping out, please complete the FCRC’s Volunteer and Support Interest Form. Contact the Family and Community Resource Center at

SHARE Food Bags

Request a food bag to come home from school with your student on Fridays during the school year. The bags are delivered directly to the schools by volunteers weekly by the SHARE Hunger Response team of SHARE Vancouver. Request a SHARE Food Bag here

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