fbpx

Baldwin Park Unified School District

  • Baldwin Park Unified Gives Back to Community with Food Basket Program

    Baldwin Park Unified is collaborating with the City of Baldwin Park for an upcoming Holiday Food Basket Program, to be held on Saturday, Dec. 11 at the Esther Snyder Community Center, located at 4100 Baldwin Park Blvd., Baldwin Park. The Baldwin Park Charitable Relief Foundation, Navidad en el Barrio and local supermarkets are also part of the community effort to ensure Baldwin Park families have access to meals. Donations of food and money are accepted from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday at the Teri G. Muse Family Service Center, located at 14305 East Morgan Ave., Baldwin Park.

    Read More

  • Baldwin Park Unified, City to Host Annual Santa Clothes Project

    Baldwin Park Unified is joining the City of Baldwin Park for its 24th annual Santa Clothes Project, to be held at 6:45 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 7 at Wal-Mart, 3250 Big Dalton Ave., Baldwin Park. This year, 416 students in kindergarten through high school will shop for a new winter wardrobe. Donations of any amount will be accepted through Friday, Dec. 3, and can be turned in to District School Community Liaison Maria Guevara.

    Read More

  • 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.

    Read More

Baldwin Park Unified Board of Education to Consider Adoption of 2015-18 Accountability Plan

Baldwin Park Unified’s Board of Education will consider adoption of the 2015-18 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 23 at the District Administration Center, 3699 N. Holly Ave., Baldwin Park. The document – available for public review at the administration center – outlines the district’s vision for educational improvements over three years, sets annual goals and lists actions to achieve those goals. The plan was launched this year with a focus on transition to the California Common Core State Standards, providing access to new instructional materials and preparing students for online assessments. The LCAP was updated over the course of the year with input from students, parents, staff and community members. The board is also scheduled to adopt its 2015-16 budget.

Baldwin Park Unified to Spend $1.5 Million to Bolster Math Instruction

Baldwin Park Unified will spend a $593,903 federal award to enhance math and science instruction for disadvantaged youths in grades six through 11 in 2015-16, the first installment of a $1.5 million, three-year California Mathematics and Science Partnership. The partnership, administered by the state Department of Education, provides professional development for teachers in science, technology, math and science, or STEM. Baldwin Park Unified will work with the University of California, Irvine Math Project to provide math teachers 60 hours of professional development, hands-on lessons and other math resources.

5 Baldwin Park Unified Middle Schoolers Share $10,000 in College Grants

Five students from Baldwin Park Unified’s Jones Junior High will each receive a $2,000 Education Trust Award to help defray college costs thanks to California GEAR UP, a program designed to boost higher education enrollment for low-income students. Jones is the first Baldwin Park Unified school to participate in the program. Recipients were Maria Alvarez, Aizza Carrillo, Arturo Escobedo, Shene Martinez and Victoria Sanchez. The scholarship funds will be held in trust by the California Student Aid Commission until the students enter college.

North Park High School Recognized for Project-Based Learning Program

A two-year, project-based learning initiative has sparked new levels of classroom creativity at Baldwin Park Unified’s North Park High School, the only continuation school chosen to participate in a special UCLA program designed to promote teaching innovation. The program led to a school-wide effort that incorporated student-directed, hands-on activities in all content areas, including collaborative projects that artistically documented milestones in student lives. North Park’s innovations, funded wi