Take the Pleasant Valley Cafeteria Proposal Input Survey

As you may have heard, the Battle Ground Public Schools Board of Directors has been considering how it can make lunchtime more equitable for students at Pleasant Valley Primary and Middle schools, and is asking for family and staff input on three possible options.

Currently, Pleasant Valley Primary and Middle are the only schools in the district where students do not have access to a cafeteria. On this campus, students eat lunch in their classrooms.

In an effort to find a solution that would provide students a common space in which to eat, administrators and facilities personnel met with staff at Pleasant Valley and with parents during a PTO meeting to discuss options, answer questions, and get input. 

The district explored several suggestions, and has brought forth for consideration three feasible options that would make lunchtime more equitable for the students at Pleasant Valley. The three options are: Installing a stand-alone modular cafeteria, converting the small gym to a (multipurpose) cafeteria, or increasing the serving capacity of the current kitchen space so that more students could be served lunch in less time. If one of these options is selected, the work would be done in the summer of 2021 in preparation for the 2021-2022 school year.

After reviewing the online information about lunchtime at Pleasant Valley schools and details about the three options, please provide input by taking our survey:

Pleasant Valley Cafeteria Proposal Input Survey

Please complete the survey by Sunday, Dec. 8. Your feedback will help us do what’s best for students. Thank you for supporting Battle Ground schools!


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