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Baldwin Park Unified School District

  • Baldwin Park Unified Students Return to Expanded Learning Opportunities

    Transitional Kindergartner Sophia from De Anza Elementary lined up outside her classroom with her mom, Juana Orozco, and anxiously glanced from her parent to the teacher at the door on the first day of school for Baldwin Park Unified on Aug. 15.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified Students Receive Backpacks from Kaiser Permanente

    Baldwin Park Unified students from Margaret Heath Elementary, Pleasant View Elementary, Jones Junior High School and Sierra Vista High School started the 2019-20 school year with new backpacks filled with grade-specific school supplies thanks to a long-standing partnership with Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Baldwin Park. For the 10-year anniversary of Kaiser’s annual Backpack and School Supply Donation campaign, doctors, surgeons, nurses and other hospital employees donated more than 900 backpacks – with 630 bags going to the elementary schools, 150 to the junior high and 135 for Sierra Vista High School. 

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  • Baldwin Park Unified School District Welcomes Teachers, Staff to New Year

    Baldwin Park Unified certificated and classified employees rang in the start of the 2019-20 academic year with the District’s annual Welcome Back event on Aug. 12, featuring breakfast, refreshments and an address from motivational speaker Tyler Durham.

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Baldwin Park Unified Students Receive Backpacks from Kaiser Permanente

Baldwin Park Unified students from Margaret Heath Elementary, Pleasant View Elementary, Jones Junior High School and Sierra Vista High School started the 2019-20 school year with new backpacks filled with grade-specific school supplies thanks to a long-standing partnership with Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Baldwin Park. For the 10-year anniversary of Kaiser’s annual Backpack and School Supply Donation campaign, doctors, surgeons, nurses and other hospital employees donated more than 900 backpacks – with 630 bags going to the elementary schools, 150 to the junior high and 135 for Sierra Vista High School. 

Baldwin Park Unified Students Collect Backpacks, Supplies from Kaiser

Baldwin Park Unified students from Pleasant View Elementary, Margaret Heath Elementary, Jones Junior High School and Sierra Vista High School searched through a multitude of backpacks on Aug. 14 to find their favorite one. Through a partnership with Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Baldwin Park, more than 900 BPUSD students received backpacks filled with school supplies during Kaiser’s 10th annual Backpack Giveaway.

Baldwin Park Unified Students to Receive Backpacks, Supplies from Kaiser

Baldwin Park Unified students from Pleasant View Elementary, Jones Junior High School and Sierra Vista High School will receive more than 300 backpacks filled with school supplies through a longstanding partnership between the District and Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Baldwin Park. This is the 10th year for Kaiser’s Backpack Giveaway, which will take place at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 14 at Pleasant View, 14900 E. Nubia St., Baldwin Park.

Baldwin Park Unified to Kick Off 2019-20 School Year on Aug. 15

Baldwin Park Unified School District will welcome students for the new school year on Thursday, Aug. 15. Students will have the opportunity to partake in a variety of award-winning academic programs, including Spanish dual-language immersion, coding and robotics, visual and performing arts music instruction, and college- and career-prep courses.

Baldwin Park Unified to Join in City’s National Night Out

Baldwin Park Unified School District will join in the City of Baldwin Park’s 36th annual National Night Out, a community-building event that encourages police and community partnerships with a 1.5-mile march from Baldwin Park City Hall to the Grocery Outlet parking lot. The march will start at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 6 and will include giveaways and raffles, food and drinks.

Baldwin Park Unified School District Holds Annual Leadership Charge

Baldwin Park Unified School District administrators and school leaders joined together for the District’s annual Leadership Charge, with this year’s theme centered on “Gearing Up for Success.” Superintendent Dr. Froilan N. Mendoza welcomed more than 150 employees, including principals, program administrators, directors and supervisors. The first professional development day, on July 18, featured a team building exercise that challenged attendees to build bicycles that will be donated to students in Early Childhood Education through middle school.

Baldwin Park Unified School District Leaders, Administrators Donate Bicycles

Baldwin Park Unified School District administrators and school leaders gathered for the District’s annual Leadership Charge, with this year’s theme centering on “Gearing Up for Success.” Superintendent Dr. Froilan N. Mendoza welcomed more than 150 employees, including principals, program administrators, directors and supervisors. The first professional development day on July 18, featured a team building exercise that challenged attendees with building bicycles that will be donated to students in Early Childhood Education through middle school.