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Bargaining update: No school Wednesday or Thursday, Sept. 5 or 6

Sept. 4, 2018  Dear families of Battle Ground Public Schools, Battle Ground Public Schools continued to meet in mediated bargaining all day on Tuesday with the Battle Ground Education Association (BGEA); however, an agreement still has not yet been reached on teacher compensation. Schools will be closedRead more

Bargaining update: No school Wednesday, Sept. 5

Sept. 4, 2018  Dear families of Battle Ground Public Schools, Battle Ground Public Schools and the Battle Ground Education Association (BGEA) continued bargaining for 12 hours on the Labor Day holiday on Monday with the state-appointed mediator. While some progress was made, the groups have not yetRead more

Bargaining update: No school Tuesday, Sept. 4

Sept. 3, 2018  Dear families of Battle Ground Public Schools, Battle Ground Public Schools and the Battle Ground Education Association (BGEA) continued to bargain on Sunday for 13 hours with the state-appointed mediator, but have not yet reached an agreement. There will be no school on Tuesday,Read more

No School Wednesday or Thursday, Aug. 29-30

August 29, 2018 Dear families of Battle Ground Public Schools, We are writing to let you know that there will be no school on Thursday or Friday, Aug. 30 or 31. While the next bargaining session is scheduled to occur on Thursday, and the district is hopefulRead more

No School Wednesday or Thursday, Aug. 29-30

August 28, 2018 Dear families of Battle Ground Public Schools, We are writing to let you know that there will be no school on Wednesday or Thursday, Aug. 29 or 30. Battle Ground Public Schools continued to bargain with the Battle Ground Education Association (BGEA) today, butRead more

Bargaining Update: Please prepare in case school start is delayed

August 27, 2018 Dear families of Battle Ground Public Schools, With school scheduled to begin this week on Wednesday, Aug. 29, we want to give you an update on what is happening with bargaining between Battle Ground Public Schools and certificated instructional staff, and encourage families toRead more

Mark Ross: Welcome to the 2019-20 School Year!

Superintendent Mark Ross
Welcome to the 2019-20 school year! The beginning of school is always an exciting time of year, and we are eagerly awaiting the return of our nearly 13,000 students next week! We all hope that our students and their families were able to take full advantage ofRead more

Superintendent Ross: ‘Battle Ground by the Numbers’

SUPERINTENDENT ROSS: 'BATTLE GROUND BY THE NUMBERS' As an ex-social studies teacher, my interest in numbers and data has always included those of a historical significance, such as key dates or events from our past. However, since moving into educational leadership, I have come to see theRead more

Access to technology shapes learning for Battle Ground students

Teacher Tyler Tugaw in his English Language Arts class
Access to technology shapes learning for Battle Ground students When students take their seats in Pleasant Valley Middle School teacher Tyler Tugaw’s class, the first thing they do is open their computers and begin typing. A casual observer might assume that this class is focused on technologyRead more

Battle Ground students receive Chromebooks through pilot technology program

Seventh grade student using a Chromebook
Battle Ground students receive Chromebooks through pilot technology program Battle Ground Public Schools is launching a 1:1 (one-to-one) computing initiative that will put a Chromebook into the hands of every student in grades 3-12 for use at school and at home. Seventh grade students at three middleRead more

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