Battle Ground’s School Bond Gets Rejected Again

It’s another “no” from Battle Ground Public Schools voters as the district, for the third time since 2016, failed Tuesday to pick up enough votes to approve a school facilities bond. Voters rejected the $224.9 million bond with 52.1 percent support, 7.9 percent below the 60 percent supermajority required for approval. This is the third time the district has run a school bond since 2016, citing overcrowding at the district’s growing south end and aging facilities.

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