Baldwin Park Unified School District

  • Baldwin Park Unified Board Members Take Oath of Office

    Baldwin Park Unified held its annual Board reorganization meeting and Oath of Office ceremony on Dec. 13, recognizing returning Board of Education member Deanna Coronado Robles and newly elected member John Bernard de Leon. Before the reorganization, outgoing Board President Betsabel Lara was celebrated for her four years of service and for helping lead the District over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. During the organizational meeting, the Board selected member Diana E. Miranda-Dzib to serve as Board president and Christina Lucero to serve as clerk/vice president.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified STEM Academy Recognized with Golden Bell Award

    Baldwin Park Unified’s BP STEM Academy was recognized with a 2022 Golden Bell Award by the California School Boards Association (CSBA) during the CSBA annual education conference and awards ceremony, held in San Diego on Dec. 1. BP STEM Academy was established in 2021 as a specialized science, technology, engineering and mathematics school for students in grades three through eight. The creation and development of the BP STEM Academy was honored for providing the necessary framework for systemic change by removing the barriers to access in education and establishing an all-inclusive atmosphere that encourages students to be curious about STEM.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified Dual Language Students Get Festive for the Season

    Baldwin Park Unified Dual Language program students and teachers transformed campuses with elaborately decorated altars, strings of marigold flowers and colorful papel picado to channel the energy of the season for Día de los Muertos festivals, held from Oct. 20 to Nov. 3. Baldwin Park High School’s 11th annual Día de los Muertos celebration, hosted on Oct. 20, featured live music and dance performances from Geddes and Walnut elementary school students, as well as face painting, food vendors and an art gallery. The school’s altar competition included submissions from BPHS student clubs and elementary schools, with Margaret Heath Elementary’s altar taking the first-place win.

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