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Baldwin Park Unified School District

  • Baldwin Park Unified Bids Farewell to Retiring Employees

    Baldwin Park Unified is saying goodbye to more than 40 employees this school year, including teachers, speech and language pathologists, library technicians, instructional aides, custodians and staff in transportation and nutrition services. Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Dr. Randy Gray is among those retiring, concluding a 34-year career in education with six of those years spent at BPUSD. In 2016, Gray served as Assistant Superintendent in Student Achievement before transitioning to his current position.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified Robotics Teams Make School History at World Championships

    Two robotics teams from Baldwin Park Unified’s BP STEM Academy closed out their season by delivering standout performances at the VEX World Championships, held May 3 to 12 in Dallas, Texas. BP STEM Academy’s robotics teams will be recognized for their achievements during the next Baldwin Park City Council meeting on Wednesday, June 15. The teams, coaches and Academy administrators were celebrated by the BPUSD Board of Education during a regular board meeting on May 24. More than 500 teams qualified for the VEX World Championship Middle School category, with each team divided into seven divisions, creating an average of 73 teams per division.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified GATE Students Display Creativity, Knowledge

    Baldwin Park Unified Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) elementary school students dressed as historical figures from the past and present during end-of-the-year events that showcased the in-depth extracurricular instruction the District’s GATE program provides to its advanced students. Encouraged to take a deeper look into the creative process of great minds who have made an impact on society, GATE students held European-style salons in costume, mingling together and sharing stories, to cap a school year in which their thirst for knowledge allowed them to expand their academic boundaries. More than 800 students from grades three to eight make up Baldwin Park Unified’s GATE program, which emphasizes scholarly behaviors such as knowledgeability, inquiry, intellectual risk-taking and being open-minded.

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