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Baldwin Park Unified School District

Baldwin Park Unified Elementary to Participate in Walk to School Day

Baldwin Park Unified’s Central Elementary School will participate in National Walk to School Day at 7:25 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2. Students, parents, teachers and staff will meet at Central Park, 15010 Badillo St., Baldwin Park, and will walk together to Central Elementary, 14741 Central Ave., Baldwin Park. The event promotes physical activity and community engagement and teaches students the importance of pedestrian safety.

Baldwin Park Unified to Hold 13th Annual College and Career Fair

Baldwin Park Unified School District is gearing up for its 13th annual College and Career Fair, featuring workshops on college applications, financial aid and scholarships, and representatives from universities, trade schools and local businesses. The College and Career Fair is the culminating event for a week of activities and assemblies held throughout the District to emphasize college and career awareness.

Baldwin Park Unified Provides Mental Health Training for Student Leaders

Baldwin Park Unified School District – in partnership with the California Department of Education and Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center – will host a National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) High School Training day for student leaders and club advisers from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21 at the Baldwin Park Medical Center. NAMI Club members will learn the ins-and-outs of running a club that promotes mental health awareness and combats the stigma of mental illness.

Baldwin Park Unified Provides Mental Health Training for Student Leaders

Baldwin Park Unified School District, in partnership with the California Department of Education and Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center, will host a National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) High School Training day for student leaders and club advisers. NAMI Club members will learn the ins-and-outs of running a successful organization during the all-day training event on Saturday, Sept. 21 at Kaiser’s Baldwin Park Medical Center.

Baldwin Park Unified to Host 13th Annual College and Career Fair

Baldwin Park Unified School District will hold its 13th annual College and Career Fair, an event that will provide families an opportunity to talk to college recruiters and employers and to attend workshops on financial aid and the college application process. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 at Sierra Vista High School, 3600 N. Frazier St., Baldwin Park.

Baldwin Park High School Students to Explore CISCO-Meraki Headquarters

Fourteen Baldwin Park High School students in Baldwin Park Unified’s fledgling CISCO Networking Academy will go behind the scenes on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at the CISCO-Meraki headquarters in San Francisco to gain hands-on work experience. During the all-expense paid trip, students will work with the latest networking technologies alongside industry professionals.

Baldwin Park Unified Recognizes Attendance Awareness Month

Baldwin Park Unified schools are recognizing students for their perfect attendance during September Attendance Awareness Month to promote the District’s yearlong attendance campaign. Slogans and hashtags like “Attendance Matters” and “Glad You Are Here” can be spotted throughout BPUSD to highlight the importance of consistent attendance and why it is essential for student achievement.

Baldwin Park High School Graduate Wins Automotive Scholarship

Baldwin Park High School graduate Diego Torres was awarded a $2,500 scholarship by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to go toward his educational pursuits in automotive technology at Rio Hondo College. Torres was selected based on his leadership skills and work ethic and was recognized with the scholarship during the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department Motorsports Division’s third annual charity car show on Sept. 7.

Baby2Baby Donates Backpacks to Vineland Elementary Students

Vineland Elementary School students in transitional kindergarten through fourth grade clapped, cheered and shouted in delight as more than 400 backpacks were unveiled behind a curtain on the school’s cafeteria stage on Aug. 23, thanks to a partnership with Baby2Baby. This is the second year that Baby2Baby, a nonprofit organization, donated backpacks to Baldwin Park Unified students.