Former Baldwin Park Unified Board of Education member Jack B. White – who served on the school board for 22 years and as Baldwin Park’s mayor for 10 years – will be recognized and celebrated for his lifelong dedication to his community during a memorial service.
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.
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.
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.