Baldwin Park Unified School District

  • Baldwin Park High School Students Explore College, Career Options

    Baldwin Park High School students who are undecided on what path to take after graduation received information and advice from dozens of college recruiters and potential employers during the school’s annual College and Career Fair on March 28.

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  • Baldwin Park High School Hosts Annual College, Career Fair

    Baldwin Park High School held its annual College and Career Fair on March 28, giving students an opportunity to gain information and advice from college recruiters, potential employers and the armed forces. Students who are undecided on what path to take after graduation were able to explore a variety of fields, including construction, landscaping, healthcare and banking.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified Celebrates Art, Music Education

    Baldwin Park Unified’s Board of Education adopted a pair of resolutions to show support for arts and music education. The District designated March as Music in our Schools Month and Arts Education in California Month, encouraging all students, parents, educators and community members to celebrate and participate in visual and performing arts programs.

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Sierra Vista High School Program Shows Perils of Impaired Driving

Sierra Vista High School juniors and seniors were presented the lethal and unforgiving consequences of operating a vehicle while impaired during “Every 15 Minutes,” a two-day program that uses a series of scenarios. Sierra Vista hosted the event with Baldwin Park Unified’s School Police Department, City of Baldwin Park Police Department, California Highway Patrol and the Los Angeles County Fire and Coroner’s departments.

Baldwin Park High School Health Fair Offers Glimpse into Medical Industry

Baldwin Park High School students dissected sheep brains and practiced bandaging wrists and ankles for classmates during the school’s Vital Medical Academy’s eighth annual Health Fair on April 3. The Vital Medical Academy is a career technical education (CTE) pathway at Baldwin Park High School that provides students with the opportunity to gain experience in the medical field through courses such as sports medicine and mental health.

Baldwin Park Bands Take Center Stage at Knott’s Berry Farm

Bands from Sierra Vista Junior High School, De Anza, Elwin, Kenmore and Tracy elementary schools wowed guests, families and staff with upbeat and dramatic performances at Knott’s Berry Farm on April 12. Students in all band levels delivered passionate pieces that included music from “Centurion” to “Afterburn.”

Baldwin Park Unified Elementary Schools Selected for Reading Program

Baldwin Park Unified’s Central, Elwin and Pleasant View elementary schools were granted $50,000 by the Masons of California to implement Raising a Reader, an early reading intervention program. Eleven transitional kindergarten and kindergarten classes will participate in the program, in which each student receives three different books a week to read with their parents and family members.

Baldwin Park High School Students to Participate in Community Art Show

Baldwin Park High School art students will showcase their work at the Baldwin Park Arts and Recreation Center with a special reception at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 11 at 14403 Pacific Ave., Baldwin Park. The art show, titled “Canvases etc.,” will be open to the community from April 8 through May 20. Gallery hours are 4 to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.

Baldwin Park High School to Hold Driving Toward a Cure Car Show

The Baldwin Park High School community is joining together from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 6 for the fourth annual Driving Toward a Cure Car Show to help raise money for Class of 2016 graduate Jorge Aquino, Jr. who was diagnosed with Leukemia in October 2018. The car show will be held at Baldwin Park High School, 3900 Puente Ave., Baldwin Park.

Baldwin Park Unified to Host American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life

Baldwin Park High School, in partnership with the American Cancer Society, will host a Relay for Life 5K fun run to raise funds for the fight against cancer and to celebrate and remember those affected by the disease. From 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, community members and families can enjoy student entertainment, engaging activities and local vendors. The 5K event will be held at Baldwin Park High School, located at 3900 Puente Ave., Baldwin Park

Baldwin Park Unified School Police Join Autism Patch Campaign

Baldwin Park Unified’s School Police Department is joining the nationwide police patch campaign for Autism Awareness Month in April. School police officers will wear the colorful patches on their uniforms, and community members can purchase a patch for $10. In addition to the police patch autism fundraiser, officers will receive specialized training that will bring improved services to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Baldwin Park High School Hosts Annual College, Career Fair

Baldwin Park High School held its annual College and Career Fair on March 28, giving students an opportunity to gain information and advice from college recruiters, potential employers and the armed forces. Students who are undecided on what path to take after graduation were able to explore a variety of fields, including construction, landscaping, healthcare and banking.