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Baldwin Park Unified School District

  • Baldwin Park Unified Collects Donations for Santa Clothes Project

    Baldwin Park Unified, in collaboration with the City of Baldwin Park and community partners, is seeking donations for the 23rd annual Santa Clothes Project, which will provide 350 students in need with a shopping trip to buy new winter clothes and shoes. The project will match Baldwin Park Unified students across all levels of instruction with volunteer shoppers, including Superintendent Dr. Froilan N. Mendoza, to help find their perfect set of winter clothes.

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  • Baldwin Park High School Celebrates PBIS Success with Dodger Day Event

    Baldwin Park High School students wore baseball jerseys, treated themselves to hot dogs and popcorn, and met former L.A. Dodgers pitcher Dennis Powell for autographs and photos during the school’s second annual Dodger Day on Oct. 18. The event, held to celebrate Baldwin Park High’s designation as a Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) bronze medal recipient, also featured entertainment by the Braves marching band.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified Students Broaden Goals at CISCO-Meraki Headquarters

    Sixteen Baldwin Park High School students in Baldwin Park Unified’s emerging CISCO Networking Academy went behind the scenes Sept. 25 at the CISCO-Meraki headquarters in San Francisco to gain experience and insight from professionals.

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Baldwin Park Unified Collects Donations for Santa Clothes Project

Baldwin Park Unified, in collaboration with the City of Baldwin Park and community partners, is seeking donations for the 23rd annual Santa Clothes Project, which will provide 350 students in need with a shopping trip to buy new winter clothes and shoes. The project will match Baldwin Park Unified students across all levels of instruction with volunteer shoppers, including Superintendent Dr. Froilan N. Mendoza, to help find their perfect set of winter clothes.

Baldwin Park Unified High Schools to Showcase Skills at District Band Night

Baldwin Park and Sierra Vista high schools will host an annual District Band Night at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15 to showcase the exceptional talent and skills acquired over the course of the year. The event will be held at Baldwin Park High School’s Ted K. Gorell Football Stadium, 3900 Puente Ave., Baldwin Park.

Baldwin Park Unified Student Recognized for Overcoming Adversity

Kendra Nguyen, a senior at Baldwin Park High School, was dealt a heavy blow in elementary school with her mother’s death from pancreatic cancer in the fifth grade and her father’s desertion. Nguyen’s courageous spirit helped her overcome these obstacles and she has now distinguished herself as an academic leader on campus. Ranked first in a class of 383 seniors, Nguyen has received the Every Student Succeeding Scholarship from the District’s chapter of the Association of California School Administrators.

Baldwin Park Unified’s Olive Middle School to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Baldwin Park Unified’s Olive Middle School will celebrate its 50th anniversary from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 with students, alumni, educators and staff. Olive Middle School is at 13701 E. Olive St., Baldwin Park.

Baldwin Park High School Celebrates PBIS Success with Dodger Day Event

Baldwin Park High School students wore baseball jerseys, treated themselves to hot dogs and popcorn, and met former L.A. Dodgers pitcher Dennis Powell for autographs and photos during the school’s second annual Dodger Day on Oct. 18. The event, held to celebrate Baldwin Park High’s designation as a Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) bronze medal recipient, also featured entertainment by the Braves marching band.

Baldwin Park Unified to Lead Regional Expansion of Early Learning Programs

Baldwin Park Unified has received a $1.69 million grant from the federal Office of Head Start to lead a regional Early Head Start program that serves communities across Los Angeles County. BPUSD’s Early Childhood Education program will serve 72 students and their families. BPUSD also received $1.2 million for startup costs and to construct and operate a modular building in the City of Bell.

Baldwin Park High School to Host Annual Día de los Muertos Celebration

Baldwin Park Unified’s Baldwin Park High School will host its ninth annual Día de los Muertos Celebration from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, featuring live music, face painting, food and refreshments, an art gallery and an altar-decorating competition. Hosted by Baldwin Park High School’s Dual Language program, the event will be at 3900 Puente Ave., Baldwin Park.

Baldwin Park Unified to Take Part in Lights on Afterschool Event

Baldwin Park Unified will highlight the importance of after-school programs during a nationwide Lights on Afterschool celebration from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 at De Anza Elementary School, 12820 Bess St., Baldwin Park. Students, families, educators and teachers from Think Together, the nonprofit that runs the District’s after-school program, will play sports and explore academic opportunities.