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Daybreak Middle School Overview

1900 Nw 20th Ave, Battle Ground, WA 98604 , Tel: +1 (360) 885-6900 Battle Ground School District
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    Type: Public Middle School
    Grades: 5-8
  • 508

    Students

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Daybreak Middle School Ratings & Reviews

November 27, 2017 Submitted by a parent
1:Terrible school. The history teacher teaching students about his personal life, but not, actually, history. Computer teacher has a shield from studentΓÇÖs questions - she established 3- point question verification, so, there is no way students get a chance to ask it. Why she wanted to be a teacher?Office staff are bullying type - not friendly and not helpful to kids and never approached to a problem professionally. Simple example: they never greeting my child by saying ΓÇÿhelloΓÇÖ back - they just ignore it - they look wery proud by them-selves at the moment.
February 01, 2016 Submitted by a parent
My family has had a very positive experience here. The school operates in a way I would characterize as "work smarter, not harder." Kids are given high expectations, yes, but also given support in all areas to help them succeed. Most teachers go out of their way to make it easy for families to know expectations and to be available for their students before and after school, (the eighth grade team especially!), but still expect students to take responsibility for accessing that help. Principal and vice principal are respectful and take time to hear parents' concerns. Any bullying my son has experienced has been dealt with quickly with no recurrences. Safety is always a priority, but not to a smothering extent. The school counselor and my son's adviser have been invaluable in offering guidance, stress management, and just being sounding boards for him. From visiting the school it is clear that kids are expected to follow the rules yet are still encouraged to relax and be themselves. All in all, what I'd call the best learning environment.
October 13, 2014 Submitted by a community member
I HATE this school so much a review can't even explain it. All the teachers are disrespectful it was my first day and my tea her went up to me and said in a snotty voice we do not chew gum in my class. All the students are disrespectful I ask where the cafeteria was she looked at me are just kept walking. The same teacher who told me to spit out my gum, we were doin a thing in our journals I glued mine in and she told me we don't glue our journals in UNTIL the end. So my opinion is they need to teach their teachers to grow up and be kind to their student the staff is a zero. They make you hold your skate boards and scooters around to every single class
June 05, 2012 Submitted by a parent
Daybreak is terrible at how they handle bullies and aren't really proactive ineliminating school violence. My son got an in school suspension just for pushing a kid off of him that threw him to the ground and started hitting him almost breaking his glasses. I suppose the staff would have preferred him to just lay there & take it. This is one of many similar situations. I am pleased with m sons teachers so far, and the school counselor. It's mainly the bully issue that I have a really hard time with and will be relocating him schools. I don't condone violence nor do I think my son shouldn't defend himself. He did so as gently as he could and they treated him like he was in the wrong.
April 27, 2012 Submitted by a parent
Both of my kids go here and it is a very good school!!! Hands down! great staff and amazing PTA as well!!! This school has a walking monitor system which my first grader is using and has three staff members walking with the kids at all times!!! and i'm the type of mother that is way too over protective and i trust it!!! in office staff is great as well and have their own relationships build with the kids who attend which is very good to me considering I've seen other schools just bypass the students as just another kid.... Not Day Break!!! keep up the great work!!!
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Average Rent in Battle Ground, WA

  • Battle Ground, WA Average Rental Price, August, 2018$1,032/mo
  • 1 Bedroom$978
  • 2 Bedrooms$1,060

Battle Ground, WA Apartment Rent Ranges

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