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Because of our schools, Bainbridge Island is rated as one of "The Best Towns in Washington for Raising Kids."  



  • Flags at Half-Staff – By order of President Barack Obama, flags on all public, government and military buildings and grounds are at half-staff through Tuesday, Oct. 6 “as a mark of respect for the victims” of the deadly shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon.

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  • Facility Master Plan community discussions The Bainbridge Island School District board of directors seeks community input prior to decisions regarding the future of Blakely Elementary School and the Bainbridge High School 100 Building. Meeting dates are:

    • Wednesday, Oct. 7, 7-8:30 p.m. in the Wilkes Commons
    • Wednesday, Oct. 14, 7-8:30 p.m. in the Woodward Commons
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  • Highly Capable Program referralsWe are now accepting referrals for students to be tested for highly capable services in the Bainbridge Island School District. Parents, teachers, or community members may nominate students who are enrolled in the district. The referral window will remain open until Oct. 23. All forms must be signed and returned to your student's school. Testing for referred students will take place at the student's school during the week of Nov. 2-6. Students already identified as highly capable in the BISD do not need to be re-tested. 

    Please click here to access the forms and to learn more about highly capable services in BISD. Paper copies of the forms are available at your student's school. Questions? Contact the certificated staff member at your school or Dr. Jeff McCormick, jmccormick@bisd303.org.

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  • BSF Grant Information – Teachers, you can now apply for Classroom Enrichment Grants from the Bainbridge Schools Foundation (BSF). The application site will be open until the grant deadline of 8 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7. BSF awards grants directly to individual teachers for unique and innovate classroom projects and teacher learning. This year, 50 percent of the grants awarded will fund science, technology, engineering and math innovation in the classroom.

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