Welcome to Battle Grove Elementary School
             

Battle Grove Elementary opened its doors on August 15, 1959. We proudly celebrated our 50th anniversary as a school community!


Battle Grove Elementary houses educational programs for three year olds to fifth grade. Additionally, we have the full spectrum of special education support which includes adaptive learning pull-out to full inclusion of students ages 3 to 10. Our extraordinarily committed staff to knows and understands the needs of each individual student and their families. This personal touch truly makes Battle Grove a special place for learning.

The administrators are committed to educational excellence for all children as they support educators in creating an engaging learning environment that encourages children to show the motivation necessary to achieve at high levels. Our school goals are designed to increase the overall level of children’s performance in reading and mathematics and we are extremely proud of the continuous gains our students make each year on the Maryland School Assessment.

School Vision Statement

 

Our vision at Battle Grove Elementary is to develop a community of learners who achieve excellence in academics and citizenship. We will do this by providing a safe, engaging learning environment that fosters collaboration between students, families, teachers, administrators, and the North Point Village Community. We do this so that our students become healthy, pro-active, productive citizens with the skills and attitudes necessary to compete and contribute positively on local, state, national, and global levels.

 

 

 

 

School Mission Statement

To develop a community of learners who achieve excellence in academics and citizenship.

 

We want our school to be known for:

  • Providing rigorous levels of instruction that focuses on increased achievement for all learners.
  • Our teacher’s ability to tailor instruction based on individualized strengths and needs
  • Creating rigorous classroom environments so that they are seen as places where cognition could grow; not where kids would get reputations for not being bright.
  • Seeing connections across all content areas with interdependence at each level of content.
  • Being evident that collaboration has taken place between classrooms and grade levels.
  • Creating excitement so that all stakeholders have a continuous appetite for learning.

 

Providing a safe, engaging learning environment

 

We want our school to be known for…

  • Fostering a safe and secure environment that values diversity and creativity for all students.
  • Acknowledging the achievements of students through various forms of celebrations.
  • Creating an atmosphere where violence or bullying will be seen by everyone as unacceptable through character development education.
  • Executing a comprehensive school safety program that involves emergency response, emergency drills, and maintenance of an orderly environment.
  • Providing access to education for all students through differentiated, small group instruction that is designed to accelerate or remediate student achievement.
  • Creating excitement for learning by planning authentic activities to which students can relate and connect.

 Collaboration between students, families, teachers, administrators, and the North Point Village Community

 We want our school to be known for…

  • Creating and sustaining a non-threatening environment for all stakeholders to express ideas and problem solve.
  • Having a school that thrives on excellence to contribute to a high level of pride.
  • Welcoming all visitors with open arms so that they will feel respected and valued.
  • Calling on our school community as partners in education to participate in shared decision making to enhance the educational program.

 Students will become healthy, pro-active, productive citizens with the skills and attitudes necessary to compete and contribute to the global world.

 We want our school to be known for…

  • Preparing students to have the skills necessary for life-long learning after they graduate from the Baltimore County Public School system.
  • Modeling and encouraging healthy habits.
  • Inspiring students and staff to become independent learners who will initiate opportunities to increase their knowledge.
  • Promoting a multi-cultural community that is sensitive to the needs of all learners.
  • Using technology to enhance students’ abilities to interact and survive in a media-rich world.
  • Encouraging the community to practice habits that will preserve the world and resources around them.