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Christine A. Dennis

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Child Welfare and Attendance

The primary function of the Child Welfare and Attendance Office is to maintain records for students who attend(ed) school(s) in the Baldwin Park Unified School District. This office also oversees Expulsion Hearings, School Attendance Review Board (SARB) hearings, and the Admission and Transfer (A T) meetings for alternative education placement of students.

School of Residence (Street Codes List)

The school children attend is based on the family’s place of residence. Use the Street Codes List to determine which school a child should attend, by looking up the street address of residence and the particular elementary, junior high, or high school related to that address. The school numbers are located on page 12 of this file. click here

Open Enrollment (Intra-District Transfer)

Note change in dates for open enrollment

Parents of students who reside within the Baldwin Park Unified School District boundaries may enroll their children in any BPUSD school during Open Enrollment.  The open enrollment registration period runs from November 1 to December 5, 2014. The selection process shall be conducted immediately after the application period at each school site, and enrollment in a school of choice shall be determined by lottery (NOT on a first-come first-served basis) from the eligible applicant pool.  A waiting list shall be established to indicate the order in which applicants may be accepted as more openings occur.  Late applicants shall be added to the waiting list by subsequent lotteries.  Parents can pick up an open enrollment application at their child’s current school beginning Monday, November 1, 2014.  Applicants will be notified by the schools as to whether their applications were approved, denied, or placed on a waiting list.  Once a student is promoted from an elementary school or from 8th to 9th grade, the student is assigned to the original school of residence.  Transportation is the responsibility of the student’s family.  California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Eligibility Rules apply to 9th -12th graders. 

Los padres de los estudiantes que residen dentro de los alrededores del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Baldwin Park, podrán matricular a sus hijos en cualquier escuela del Distrito durante el período de Matrícula Abierta. Este período de matrícula será del 1 de noviembre al 5 de diciembre de 2014. El proceso de selección se conducirá, inmediatamente después del período de solicitud, en cada una de las respectivas escuelas. La matrícula en la escuela de su elección, será determinada por un proceso de sorteo entre los solicitantes elegibles. (NO por el orden en el que aplicaron).  Se establecerá una lista de espera para indicar el orden en el cual los solicitantes podrían ser aceptados conforme se vayan abriendo otros puestos.  Los solicitantes tardíos serán agregados a esta lista de espera para subsecuentes sorteos. A partir del 1 de noviembre del 2014, los padres podrán pedir una solicitud en la escuela de su hijo.  Las escuelas les notificarán a los solicitantes si sus solicitudes fueron aprobadas, negadas o puestas en una lista de espera. Una vez que el estudiante haya terminado la escuela primaria o el octavo grado, será asignado a su escuela original de residencia.  La transportación será responsabilidad de la familia del estudiante.  Las reglas de elegibilidad de La Federación Interescolar de California (CIF) se aplican a los estudiantes de los grados 9 al 12.   

 

 

Out-of-District Transfer (Inter-District Transfer)

Parents/guardians who live in the BPUSD, but who want their child(ren) to attend a school outside of the BPUSD, must first complete an Application for Transfer of Attendance (form A-26), which they can pick up in the Child Welfare and Attendance office at the District Office of the BPUSD (3699 N. Holly Ave., Baldwin Park).

The BPUSD can release students to attend school in another district based on at least one of the following criteria:
1. Child Care
2. Employment
3. Senior (12th grade) Privilege
4. To complete a current semester or current school year
5. Special Circumstance

Inter-District permits must be renewed every year.


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Kindergarten and First Grade Start Dates

For information on Kindergarten and First Grade Start Dates, application for Birth Record Verification for School Admission, Kindergarten Continuation guidelines, and Child Health and Disabilities Prevention Program Requirements.  CLICK HERE

SART & SARB Procedures

The 2012-2013 School Attendance Review Team (SART) and School Attendance Review Board (SARB) Procedures.  CLICK HERE