March 4, 2021 edition of the BGPS Bulletin: Highlighting the great things happening in Battle Ground Public Schools
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BG school board selects Mary Snitily as new District 1 director

The Battle Ground Public Schools Board of Directors has selected former education professional Mary Snitily to fill the District 1 director position left vacant when long-time board member Monty Anderson resigned last month. Snitily was one of four candidates the board interviewed and considered at a special meeting Wednesday night. Snitily will be sworn in at the Battle Ground school board meeting on Monday, March 8.

Snitily brings 21 years of experience in public and private education to the role. She has served as a teacher, a math specialist, a principal, a district curriculum director, and as an assistant superintendent. Snitily has experience writing and administering federal education grants, assessing and adopting new school curriculum, planning and managing annual budgets, and participating in contract negotiations. Read more on the district website

Battle Ground’s 2020 Citizen of the Year helped keep hungry families fed

Scott Keller organized a USDA food box program and helped hand out over 15,000 boxes of food last year

A common sight during this pandemic year has been a line of vehicles working their way through the Lewisville Intermediate campus in Battle Ground, as dozens of volunteers hand out boxes of food to families in need.

The man behind that food box program was recognized for his efforts this week with the 2020 Battle Ground Citizen of the Year award. Read more on Clark County Today's website

Connect with Local Employers at the Industry Fair March 18

The Battle Ground Public Schools Industry Fair and the East County Industry Hiring Fair have combined efforts to offer ONE fabulous virtual event this Spring. This free event is for career learning opportunities as well as job seekers for students, families and community members in the SW Washington and Greater Portland area. This event is being jointly coordinated by Battle Ground, La Center, Washougal, Camas and Stevenson-Carson School Districts.

Date: Thursday, March 18, 2021 from 5-7 p.m.

Industry Fair Attendees: Register here for this FREE event.

What to expect:

  • Information ‘tables’ with local businesses
  • Opportunity for live streaming to connect with people in the moment
  • There will also be educational sessions to help with updating or writing a resume, creating a LinkedIn profile and many more

Who’s invited: This event is FREE and open to anyone.

Industry Fair Attendees: Tickets to this event will be required so check back after March 5 to find out how to get yours.

Please contact career guidance specialist Kevin Doyle at (360) 885-6598 or with questions.

BGPS celebrates 'Read Across America Day'

Read Across America Day was on Tuesday this week, and Mrs. Jones' 3rd graders at Pleasant Valley Primary School were able to soak up some sunshine while reading! You can see more photos on PVP's Facebook page

As in past years, the BG Kiwanis Club, the Battle Ground Education Foundation, and iQ Credit Union teamed up to give each district first grader their own children's book and a Dr. Seuss hat to celebrate the occasion and help inspire a lifelong love of reading. 

Join the BGPS team!

Many positions are available now, including a chief financial officer, an ASL teacher, a high school assistant secretary, a high school assistant secretary/attendance secretary, a K-8 assistant secretary, several basic education assistants (crossing guards and student specific BEAs), a middle school media technician, a math para-educator, 9 special education assistants (3 baseload and 6 student specific), assistant coaches for swimming and girls tennis; head coaches for gymnastics, boys tennis, and wrestling; and various certificated and classified substitutes. Visit the district's Jobs web page to see our openings and apply.
BGPS' transportation provider, Cascade Student Transportation, is also in need of bus drivers. Visit to apply. 
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