Baldwin Park Unified School District

  • Baldwin Park Unified Receives Kaiser Permanente Grant to Bolster Attendance

    Baldwin Park Unified was awarded a $25,000 grant through Kaiser Permanente’s Attendance Motivation and College Exploration project, which will support the District’s efforts to encourage regular attendance and promote college visits among high school students. The Project will focus on high school sophomores who had poor or irregular attendance during their freshman year at Baldwin Park High School, North Park Continuation High School and Sierra Vista High School. Funds will also be used to provide incentive field trips at UC and Cal State colleges at the end of the school year so students can discover the different communities and find what each institution has to offer.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified Students Enter New Year with Bolstered Resources

    More than 10,000 Baldwin Park Unified students returned for the first day of the 2023-24 school year on Aug. 17, welcomed by energetic staff, cheer teams, colorful posters, balloons, photo backdrops, and Associated Student Body (ASB) and Where Everybody Belongs (WEB) student leaders across District campuses. From Early Childhood Education to the Baldwin Park Adult and Community Education, and transitional kindergarten through high school, Baldwin Park students were met with enhanced academic and enrichment opportunities, as well as bolstered mental health and wellness resources, including onsite wellness rooms, therapists and guidance counselors.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified Honors Class of 2023 with Stadium Ceremonies

    Set to the backdrop of cheering families, Baldwin Park Unified School District celebrated more than 1,000 graduates in the Class of 2023 for their hard work and accomplishments during commencement ceremonies for the District’s adult school, continuation high school and two comprehensive high schools. The Baldwin Park Adult and Community Education (BPACE) program kicked off the festivities on June 1 at the Baldwin Park Performing Arts Center, with more than 230 graduates receiving career technical education certificates, diplomas and high school equivalency certificates in front of families, friends, educators and administrators. North Park Continuation High School recognized 126 graduating seniors during an intimate ceremony on June 7, featuring powerful student speeches and an emotional special presentation. During the ceremony, North Park graduates turned the focus from the Class of 2023 to the parents, mentors and guardians who helped them reach this milestone by bestowing beaded necklaces on those who supported them most.

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