Baldwin Park Unified School District

  • Baldwin Park Unified Board Members Take Oath of Office

    Baldwin Park Unified held an Oath of Office Ceremony on Dec. 10. for returning Board of Education member Betsabel Lara and newly elected members Deanna Coronado Robles and Robert Guzman Varela. During the organizational meeting, Board of Education member Christina Lucero was nominated as board president and Lara was selected to serve as vice president and clerk.

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  • Baldwin Park High School Students Join in Global Cyber Competition

    Baldwin Park High School senior Karmen Lance and her two partners scanned the computer network of a small company for cyber-attacks while maintaining critical services on Dec. 8 as they competed in a virtual computer competition. Lance and her team were acting as IT professionals in the CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition, created by the Air Force Association to inspire students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics

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  • Baldwin Park Adult Education Instructors Honored for Excellence

    Baldwin Park Adult and Community Education (BPACE) instructors Jessica Bayardo and Consuelo Pimentel have received 2018 Excellence Awards from the California Council for Adult Education (CCAE), recognizing their respective contributions as an adult secondary instructor and a childcare provider.

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Baldwin Park Unified, City to Host 22nd Annual Santa Clothes Project

Baldwin Park Unified and the city of Baldwin Park are preparing for the 22nd annual Santa Clothes project, in which 350 Baldwin Park Unified students will receive a shopping spree at 6:45 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11 at Walmart, 3250 Big Dalton Ave., Baldwin Park. For more information, contact Maria Guevara at 626-962-3311, ext. 6177.

YouTuber Urges Baldwin Park Unified Students to Battle Bullying

Foster Elementary School students from transitional kindergarten through second grade danced, dressed up with silly masks and hats, and practiced their beatboxing skills on Nov. 9 alongside YouTuber and youth motivational speaker Josh Drean, who urged them to create a positive environment to eliminate bullying at school and on social media. Foster Elementary was stop No. 14 on Drean’s tour of Baldwin Park Unified campuses.

Baldwin Park Unified Teacher to be Honored by Los Angeles Clippers

Sierra Vista High School English language arts teacher Nora Franco will be honored in February as part of the Los Angeles Clippers Teacher Appreciation Program, which recognizes exceptional educators for their stand-out work. Franco, who is known for cultivating a culture of high-achievement for her students and colleagues, will be recognized during an on-court presentation prior to the Clippers’ home game against the Phoenix Suns

Baldwin Park Unified Selects 2018-19 Student Board Members

Ashlie Chaidez from Baldwin Park High School, Anthony Anibal Delgado from Sierra Vista High School and G Negrete from North Park Continuation High School are the newly appointed student board members for the 2018-19 academic year. Delgado presented the first student board report Oct. 9 at Baldwin Park Unified’s Board of Education meeting. The three seniors are active in campus clubs, activities and sports.

Baldwin Park High to Host Community Celebration for Día de los Muertos

Baldwin Park High School will host its eighth annual Día de los Muertos Celebration for the community from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1. The event is hosted by the high school’s Dual Immersion Program. It will feature an art gallery with original works by BPHS students, face painting, an altar competition, live music and other entertainment, activities for children and food vendors.

Baldwin Park Unified Elementary Earns National Urban School Honor

Baldwin Park Unified’s Kenmore Elementary School is being recognized as a silver medal winner in the 2018 America’s Best Urban Schools competition for its success in serving students from ethnic minority populations and low socio-economic households. To receive the honor, all student demographic groups, including English language learners, at the highly diverse campus had to score above state averages on California’s English language arts and math standardized tests. Just four California schools were chosen as medal winners.

Baldwin Park Unified Students, Leaders to Take Part in Annual City Parade

Baldwin Park Unified students, teachers, administrators and Board of Education members will participate in Baldwin Park’s 62nd Anniversary Parade at 9:45 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 3. The parade is themed “Commemorating Community Excellence” and will feature the Baldwin Park and Sierra Vista high school marching bands and color guards. The parade route runs along Baldwin Park Boulevard and conclude at Morgan Park. The grand marshal is Alysha Del Valle, traffic anchor and reporter for NBC 4’s “Today in LA.”

Baldwin Park Unified’s Sierra Vista High to Hold Field Show Tournament

Baldwin Park Unified’s Sierra Vista High School will hold its 32nd annual Field Show Tournament at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27. Twenty-four marching bands will perform with Baldwin Park and Sierra Vista high schools taking the field at 8:15 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., respectively. An awards ceremony will begin at 9 p.m. Sierra Vista High School is at 3600 Frazier St., Baldwin Park.