Baldwin Park Unified School District

  • Baldwin Park Unified Educator Retires After 38 Years in the District

    Following a 38-year career as an educator and principal in Baldwin Park Unified School District, Kenmore Elementary Principal Jane Sattari retired at the end of June. Sattari, who became principal at Kenmore in 2010, led the school to notable milestones and earned titles that include: Best Urban School, California Honor Roll, California Distinguished School and Top Los Angeles School Award.

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  • Kenmore Elementary Named to California Honor Roll for Student Achievement

    Baldwin Park Unified’s Kenmore Elementary School’s success in preparing students to perform at grade level and creating lifelong learners has earned the school a spot on the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE) 2018-19 Honor Roll. Kenmore Elementary was named a Star School, a category for high-performing schools with significant populations of socioeconomically disadvantaged students. The Honor Roll is based on overall performance on state standardized tests.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified Offers Summer Breakfasts, Lunches

    Baldwin Park children ages 1 through 18 may receive weekday breakfasts and lunches free this summer at nine Baldwin Park Unified schools through the Seamless Summer Meal Program.

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Baldwin Park Unified Mourns the Loss of Long-time Board Member Jack B. White

Former Baldwin Park Unified School District Board of Education member Jack B. White, who dedicated his life to serving his community, passed away May 23 at the age of 85 of natural causes. White served on the school board for 22 years, championing the expansion of the Early Childhood Education program and construction of a three-story science and engineering building, modern athletic stadiums and fields at two comprehensive high schools.

Baldwin Park Honors 2019 Adult School Graduates

More than 300 graduates of the Baldwin Park Adult and Community Education (BPACE) received career technical education certificates, diplomas and high school equivalency certificates in front of hundreds of family members and friends on May 23 during the 2019 BPACE Commencement and Career Technical Education Awards Ceremony. Eleven graduates were named scholarship winners at the event, held at Baldwin Park High School’s Ted K. Gorrell Stadium.

Baldwin Park Unified Student to Compete at National History Day

Jones Junior High School eighth-grader Silence Jackson will showcase a documentary titled “Rebuild this Wall: The Truths of a Triumph Turned Tragic on Black Wall Street” when she competes in the National History Day contest Sunday, June 9 to Thursday, June 13 in Maryland.

Baldwin Park Unified Administrators to Shadow Support Teams

Baldwin Park Unified School District, in partnership with California School Employees Association (CSEA) chapter 28, will celebrate the contributions of classified employees with a job-shadowing program from 7:45 a.m. to noon Wednesday, May 22. Principals, assistant principals and district-level administrators will shadow custodians, food service employees and bus drivers.

Sierra Vista High School CIF Champion Soccer Team to Host Ring Ceremony

Sierra Vista High School will host a banner and ring ceremony to commemorate the historic run of the 2019 boys varsity soccer team. The ceremony, to be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, will feature speeches from head soccer coach Jose Rodriguez Negrete, SVHS Principal Harris V. Pratt and Superintendent Dr. Froilan N. Mendoza. Sierra Vista’s boys soccer team made school history by winning the CIF Southern California Regional Division IV title. Community members, parents, educators and students will join in the festivities at Sierra Vista High School, 3600 N. Frazier St., Baldwin Park.

Baldwin Park Unified Dual Language Program to Host Performance

Dual Language students from Baldwin Park Unified’s Margaret Heath Elementary School will perform songs and dances at the Dual Language program’s end-of-the-year celebration. The performance will celebrate spring and recognize sixth-graders who are moving on to junior high and middle school. The celebration will begin at 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 15 at Margaret Health Elementary, 14321 School St., Baldwin Park.

Baldwin Park Unified Observes Mental Health Awareness Month

Green ribbons can be spotted across Baldwin Park Unified, as students, educators, administrators and staff recognize May as Mental Health Awareness month. Baldwin Park Unified’s Board of Education designated May as Mental Health Awareness month to increase the discussion and understanding surrounding mental health. Baldwin Park High School’s and Sierra Vista High School’s National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) clubs will be hosting activities and events to promote self-care.