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
Holland Middle School’s underdog robotics team pulled a surprise win at the VEX VRC Middle School State Championship, qualifying for the VEX World Championship, to be held Wednesday, April 24 through Saturday, April 27 in Kentucky.
Baldwin Park High School’s food and nutrition services recently earned the 2019 Champions of Breakfast Award for implementing innovative serving models and increasing the number of students who eat breakfast on a daily basis by 25 percent. The Champions of Breakfast Awards recognize schools and districts across the country that operate exemplary School Breakfast Programs (SBP).
Baldwin Park Unified students, families, educators, administrators and community members attended the inaugural District Showcase on March 2, learning about how the District prepares students for 21st century careers and highlighting opportunities available to students. The District’s 20 schools, Early Childhood Education and Adult and Community Education displayed their school pride and programs at interactive booths.