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Battle Ground Public Schools to see administrative changes

June 5, 2021, 3:46pm Clark County News

Battle Ground Public Schools has announced the following administrative changes for the 2021-22 school year: Read story

Kaelyn White, center, receives her STAR Scholarship from Chapter DY, P.E.O. P.E.O.

Spotlight on Youth

Kaelyn White, center, receives her STAR Scholarship from Chapter DY, P.E.O. P.E.O.

June 5, 2021, 6:03am Community

Spotlight on Youth Read story

BATTLE GROUND: The character Disgust from the movie "Inside Out" visited with families at a drive-in movie event on May 7.

Battle Ground students raise almost $800 with drive-in movie event

BATTLE GROUND: The character Disgust from the movie "Inside Out" visited with families at a drive-in movie event on May 7.

May 16, 2021, 5:53am Community

BATTLE GROUND — Chief Umtuch Middle School students raised almost $800 for the American Heart Association by holding a drive-in movie event at the Lewisville campus parking lot. Originally scheduled for April 30, the movie event delayed to May 7 due to health concerns over a positive COVID-19 case. “The… Read story

Public Meetings

May 9, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

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BATTLE GROUND: Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education student Michlin Swanson holds up a salamander for fellow student Adalie Smithline to measure before it is released.

Students study pond creatures

BATTLE GROUND: Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education student Michlin Swanson holds up a salamander for fellow student Adalie Smithline to measure before it is released.

May 1, 2021, 5:55am Community

BATTLE GROUND — Students and teachers at the Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education — known to those there as CASEE — recently spent a day catching salamanders, frogs, insects and other creatures that call a nearby pond home. Read story

Seventh grader Valyssa Nguyen wears a specialized band mask and a cover on the end of her flute for COVID-19 protections during band class Monday morning at Laurin Middle School.

Classes resume in-person at Battle Ground schools

Seventh grader Valyssa Nguyen wears a specialized band mask and a cover on the end of her flute for COVID-19 protections during band class Monday morning at Laurin Middle School.

April 26, 2021, 3:52pm Clark County News

BRUSH PRAIRIE — Bowen Wolcott’s band room at Laurin Middle School for the final seven weeks of the school year is the school’s cafeteria. Read story

BATTLE GROUND: Students from Prairie High School and Maple Grove Primary collaborated with a Portland-area folk and bluegrass group called The Misty Mamas for a virtual variety show called Sounds of Earth.

Students perform on virtual variety show

BATTLE GROUND: Students from Prairie High School and Maple Grove Primary collaborated with a Portland-area folk and bluegrass group called The Misty Mamas for a virtual variety show called Sounds of Earth.

April 24, 2021, 5:55am Community

BATTLE GROUND —Students from Prairie High School and Maple Grove Primary collaborated with a Portland-area folk and bluegrass group called The Misty Mamas for a virtual variety show, “Sounds of Earth.” Read story

First-graders Jared Perez Bello, 7, from left, and Amelia Perkins, 6, take part in a lesson as classmates at home join remotely with teacher Tiffany Martinson at Washington Elementary School in Vancouver. When Clark County school districts transitioned to hybrid instruction in January, for many teachers, it included teaching simultaneously to two sets of students: in-person and virtually through Zoom. Now, Clark County districts are making another change after new state guidance allows for more spacing in classrooms between students.

Clark County schools ready for the next hurdle

First-graders Jared Perez Bello, 7, from left, and Amelia Perkins, 6, take part in a lesson as classmates at home join remotely with teacher Tiffany Martinson at Washington Elementary School in Vancouver. When Clark County school districts transitioned to hybrid instruction in January, for many teachers, it included teaching simultaneously to two sets of students: in-person and virtually through Zoom. Now, Clark County districts are making another change after new state guidance allows for more spacing in classrooms between students.

April 18, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

Just prior to spring break in a pandemic school year when nothing in education has been perfect, Tiffany Martinson asked her class of first-graders at Washington Elementary an elementary kind of question to kick off a math lesson on value number charts: “Who can tell Ms. Martinson what number this… Read story

BATTLE GROUND: Pleasant Valley Middle School 8th graders Kira Wilson, left, and Amelia DeMoss, right, placed first in the Junior Group Performance category for National History Day.

Battle Ground middle school students head to state round of National History Day contest

BATTLE GROUND: Pleasant Valley Middle School 8th graders Kira Wilson, left, and Amelia DeMoss, right, placed first in the Junior Group Performance category for National History Day.

March 20, 2021, 6:01am Community

BATTLE GROUND — Twenty-one middle school students from Battle Ground Public Schools will advance to the state round of the National History Day competition after finishing at the regional level recently. Read story

Students, staff and visitors at Liberty Middle School in Camas are asked to wear a mask, as seen on Wednesday afternoon.

Camas levies passing in election returns; Battle Ground levy failing

Students, staff and visitors at Liberty Middle School in Camas are asked to wear a mask, as seen on Wednesday afternoon.

February 9, 2021, 8:46pm Clark County News

Returns from Tuesday’s special election show both of the Camas School District’s levies are passing, while Battle Ground Public Schools’ levy is falling short of the simple majority needed for approval. Read story