Governor Inslee hereby directs that Washington State and United States flags at all state agency facilities be lowered to half-staff on Thursday, May 25, 2017, in memory of former Governor Mike Lowry who passed away on May 1, 2017 at the age of 78 of complications from a stroke.
A total of 280 schools earned Washington Achievement Awards for the 2016 academic school year, including Captain Johnston Blakely Elementary, Captain Charles Wilkes Elementary, Ordway Elementary and Odyssey Multiage. This is the eighth year that the state has recognized outstanding achievement in Washington schools.
BISD is pleased to announce the selection of Kristen Haizlip as the new principal of Bainbridge High School.
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In early May, 96 BHS students entered almost 350 images to the Washington State High School Photography Contest.
In late April, high school student musicians from around the state competed in the State Chamber Music Contest.
Our Superintendent wants to hear from you! Peter Bang-Knudsen is once again holding open office hours and invites BISD staff, students, parents and community members to share their thoughts about BISD.
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The Bainbridge High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America recently attended a four-day conference in Spokane. More than 2,000 high school students from across the state competed at the conference, including 10 students from BHS.
Will Taylor knows a thing or two about state capitals and river formations (and would be an excellent Trivia Pursuit partner).
Longtime BISD Swim Coach Greg Colby was recently selected by the National Federation of State High School Associations to receive the 2016 NFHS Coaches Association State Coaches Award for Girls Swimming and Diving.
March 30th marks the 75th anniversary of when 277 Bainbridge Islanders of Japanese descent were sent to an internment camp. Among them were 13 Bainbridge High School students who would not be able to graduate with their class.
On March 21, 2017, Woodward teachers Barbara Vandeleur and Betsy Carlson were recognized by the International Society for Key Women Educators as Outstanding Educators in Kitsap County.
Noah Barfield dives deep into the affect of a 24/7 technology-immersed world.
A prize-patrol van resembling one from Publisher’s Clearing House, pulled up to Woodward Middle school on Friday, March 17, 2017. Out jumped Kitsap County officials, including Commissioner Rob Gelder. Their mission: to honor French teacher and recycling aficionado Susan Knell with an award for Outstanding Achievement in Environmental Education.
On March 1, Sakai 6th graders participated in the annual event.
From its Coho mascot, its salmon-colored facade and its annual salmon-release curriculum in the spring, Sakai Intermediate School and salmon are closely intertwined. And now on display in front of the school, is an artistically created interactive sign that teaches the importance of clean water and ways residents can improve the health of salmon habitats.
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Bainbridge High School defeated two-time 3A State Champion Bellevue on February18, 2017, capturing Bainbridge's first ever State swim/dive championship.
Dear Bainbridge Island School Community, Bainbridge Island School District is committed to ensuring that our students feel safe, welcomed and respected at school.
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Four Odyssey students received accolades from YES! Magazine's National Student Writing Competition.
Parents, neighbors and community members recently packed Blakely to get a sneak peek of the new building's design.