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Baldwin Park Unified School District

  • Baldwin Park Unified Board Selects 2021-22 Student Representatives

    Baldwin Park Unified has appointed three standout students to serve as its 2021-22 Board of Education representatives: Nhi Doan from Baldwin Park High School, Aireon Bonilla from North Park High School, and Francis Arguien from Sierra Vista High School. The new student representatives were introduced by Superintendent Dr. Froilan N. Mendoza during the Sept. 28 board meeting.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified Provides COVID-19 Resources, Vaccine Opportunities

    Baldwin Park Unified continues to offer vaccination opportunities and resources to students, staff, and the community, in an effort to guard individuals against the effects of COVID-19. As of Sept. 28, two-thirds of Baldwin Park students are fully vaccinated. The District has also made a continuous effort to provide updates for parents and staff on new cases through their dashboard, which is updated weekly.

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  • Baldwin Park Adult School Offers Free Enrollment for New Healthcare Program

    Baldwin Park Unified’s Adult and Community Education (BPACE) is offering free enrollment for the first quarter of a new Home Care Aide Career and Technical Education (CTE) program, which trains students in providing basic at-home care and support to clients. For a limited time, BPACE is waiving both the course fee for the first quarter and the Student Accident Insurance fee – a standard requirement for all students enrolled in CTE courses. The 40-hour course will focus on safety principles for client mobility and transport, personal hygiene care, home safety management and nutrition.

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Baldwin Park Unified Elementary Students Receive New Shoes

One-hundred Baldwin Park Unified students from Bursch Elementary School received new pairs of shoes, including Adidas, Rebook and Fila, from Vulcan Materials Company and Shoes That Fit on Oct. 13. After the festive distribution event, students danced in their new shoes alongside District administrators and educators.

Baldwin Park Unified High Schools Face-off during Annual Football Game

Baldwin Park Unified’s Baldwin Park and Sierra Vista high school communities gathered together on Oct. 1 for the District’s annual Crosstown Showdown, with football teams competing for the victory bell and bragging rights. Baldwin Park High captured the victory bell from Sierra Vista High after closing the game 55-0. Both schools featured electrifying performances from the cheer teams, band and color guard.

Baldwin Park Unified Athletics Adds Girls Flag Football

Baldwin Park Unified’s Sierra Vista High School added a new competitive sport to the school’s athletics roster with the first competitive girls flag football team. The 15-person team started the season on Sept. 29 in a game against San Juan Hills, and played their second game on Oct. 7 against Beckman High School.

Baldwin Park Unified Board Selects 2021-22 Student Representatives

Baldwin Park Unified has appointed three standout students to serve as its 2021-22 Board of Education representatives: Nhi Doan from Baldwin Park High School, Aireon Bonilla from North Park High School, and Francis Arguien from Sierra Vista High School. The new student representatives were introduced by Superintendent Dr. Froilan N. Mendoza during the Sept. 28 board meeting.

Baldwin Park Unified Offers Free COVID Testing to Students, Staff

Baldwin Park Unified is now offering free COVID-19 testing to its employees and students, every Monday and Wednesday through December. The next scheduled testing clinics will be held 1 to 5 p.m., Monday, Oct. 11, and 8 a.m. to noon, Wednesday, Oct. 13 at Baldwin Park High School, 3900 N. Puente Ave., Baldwin Park; and 8 a.m. to noon, Monday, Oct. 11 and 1 to 5 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 13, at Sierra Vista High School, 3600 N. Frazier St., Baldwin Park.

Baldwin Park Unified Provides COVID-19 Resources, Vaccine Opportunities

Baldwin Park Unified continues to offer vaccination opportunities and resources to students, staff, and the community, in an effort to guard individuals against the effects of COVID-19. As of Sept. 28, two-thirds of Baldwin Park students are fully vaccinated. The District has also made a continuous effort to provide updates for parents and staff on new cases through their dashboard, which is updated weekly.

Baldwin Park Adult School Begins New Healthcare Program

Baldwin Park Unified’s Adult and Community Education (BPACE) is offering free enrollment for a new Home Care Aide career technical education program during its first school quarter. The Home Care Aide program will train students in providing basic at-home care and support to clients. The 40-hour course will focus on safety principles for client mobility and transport, personal hygiene care, home safety management and nutrition. The first session begins Monday, Sept. 27, and the course will run from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday.

Baldwin Park Adult School Offers Free Enrollment for New Healthcare Program

Baldwin Park Unified’s Adult and Community Education (BPACE) is offering free enrollment for the first quarter of a new Home Care Aide Career and Technical Education (CTE) program, which trains students in providing basic at-home care and support to clients. For a limited time, BPACE is waiving both the course fee for the first quarter and the Student Accident Insurance fee – a standard requirement for all students enrolled in CTE courses. The 40-hour course will focus on safety principles for client mobility and transport, personal hygiene care, home safety management and nutrition.

Baldwin Park Unified, BP Medical Center to Open Vaccine Centers

Baldwin Park Unified has partnered with BP Medical Center to provide students, staff and the Baldwin Park community with two free COVID-19 vaccine clinics at Baldwin Park and Sierra Vista high schools. The first clinic will be hosted at Sierra Vista High from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 11, followed by the second clinic at Baldwin Park High from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 25. Both sites are open to everyone 12 years and older, and pre-registration is not required; however, it is encouraged to ensure the BP Medical staff has enough supplies. For those vaccinated on Sept. 11 at SVHS, the second dose will be provided from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 2. Those vaccinated on Sept. 25 at BPHS will have access to the second dose from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 16.

Baldwin Park Unified Schools Receive Water Bottle Fill Stations from VCWD

Baldwin Park Unified is encouraging water conservation and sustainability through a long-standing partnership with the Valley County Water District and its water bottle fill station program. The program, also made possible by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District, saw the installation of 18 water bottle fill stations on Baldwin Park Unified campuses before the start of the 2021-22 school year.