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Attached is a fillable form to request transcripts.

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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

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, Foster/Homeless, and  School Attendance Review Board (SARB) hearings.

School of Residence (Street Codes List)

The school children attend is based on the family’s place of residence. Use the Street Codes 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 next to the name of the school. click here.

 

You can also use the school locator link to locate school of residence click here.

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),  click on the link for a fillable form in  English or Spanish or they can pick up the form in the Child Welfare and Attendance office at the District Office of the BPUSD (3699 N. Holly Ave., Baldwin Park). Child Care Affidavit ONLY applies for students in grade TK-6 click here to download form.

The BPUSD can release students to attend school in another district based on at least one of the following:

 

Please click here for the criteria.



 

Office Staff

Tom Steele

Senior Director of Administrative Services

(626) 856-4441

testeele480@bpusd.net

 

Alma Huerta

Secretary III

(626) 856-4443

aahuerta327@bpusd.net

 

Bernice Acosta, Clerk II

(626) 856-4605

(626) 856-4920 - FAX

bacosta191@bpusd.net

Foster/Homeless

 

Marilu F. Munoz, Clerk III

(626) 856-4290 - Office

(626) 856-4920 - FAX

mfmunoz264@bpusd.net

School Records/Expulsions

 

Maria Zamora, Clerk III

(626) 856-4222 - Office

(626) 856-4920 - FAX

MZamora830@bpusd.net

SART/SARB