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Because of our schools, Bainbridge Island is rated as one of "The Best Towns in Washington for Raising Kids." 
 
 
BHS, Eagle Harbor High School and Blakely Elementary School win State's highest honor with the Washington Achievement Awards.
 
 
 

Announcements

  • Transportation seeks substitute school bus driversMake a difference in the life of a child! Become a trained and licensed school bus driver and earn extra money in your spare time. This position is right for you if you enjoy being around young people, have a clean driving record, and are self-employed, retired or stay at home. Pick your two-hour shift: mornings, afternoons, every other day; just about any configuration is possible. You can also choose a mid-day shift. Summers are off, and you’ll get the same vacation days as children. You’ll earn $16.02 per hour. We’ll pay for your Department of Transportation physical and up to 40 hours of training for your commercial driver’s license. Interested? Contact Rebecca Sonsalla at (206) 780-1856; she’ll walk you through the application process and make it easy!

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News

  • Response to the Marysville school shooting

    Our thoughts are with the Marysville community following the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. We want to assure students, families, staff and our community that we are vigilant about student safety, and are constantly working to improve safety protocols during the school day and during school-sponsored events. At the same time, we are proactively teaching our young people the importance of empathy, kindness and respect.

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  •  Otis Doxtater with students

    One student’s bullying prevention message unites all Commodore students, staff

    From the pain of being bullied, Eagle Harbor High School junior Otis Doxtater found the strength to inspire others and create a unique Unity Day program at the K-12 Options School.

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  •  National School Bus Safety poster

    ‘At my stop, you stop’

    A one-day statewide survey found 1,678 incidences where drivers failed to adhere to the rules of the road and passed stopped school buses during the loading and unloading of students.

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  •  BHS football

    Revised athletic event protocols take effect Oct. 10

    In an ongoing effort to ensure all fans who attend school-sponsored events are safe while having fun, Bainbridge High School and district administrators have reviewed and updated game-management protocols.

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