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Dr. Christine Heinrichs

Director of Student Achievement



Dr. Maria C. Rios

Director of Student Achievement



Telephone Number:



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Office Hours


8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.



For CELDT Scores, please fax request to:

(626) 856-4914

or you may e-mail

your request to:




For DELAC meeting dates, please click on the link below.

DELAC Schedule of Meeting Dates 2016-17

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Click on the link below to view the Revised Title III LEA Action Plan and Budget.

Title III LEA Action Plan 
Budgets Included


English Learner Programs

The ELP department is proud to be serving the community of Baldwin Park.  We are here to serve you with a smile, to respond to your questions and concerns in a timely manner and to make certain you receive the most current information possible.

What are English Learner Programs?

As parents register their children they are asked to complete a survey on languages spoken in the home.  If a student speaks another language they are given a California English Language Development Test (CELDT).  This test is required by the California Department of Education.  If a student does not pass the test they are then considered English learners and given support by us to assist them with the development of the English language.  Research shows it takes about 5-6 years for students to attain proficiency in English.
We have been on the move to assist our community members with ensuring Baldwin Park students are receiving exceptional programs, are given the tools needed to learn effectively and are assigned to highly qualified teachers.  Our current district student body is approximately 14,000 students with approximately 4,000 English learners.  Yearly we have about 17% of our ELs reclassifying, which means they now qualify as Fluent English Proficient students and have reached the goal of attaining a second language.  Our district percentage is higher than the county and state average which makes us so very proud of our students and staff!
We are very excited to share with you that we also offer a Dual Language Program.  Our DL program is set up so that English Learner and English only students enter kindergarten and are offered programs in Spanish and English.  The percent in Spanish in kindergarten is 90% and English is 10%.  As the students move up in the grade levels each year they are offered a higher percentage of English.  By the time the student reaches 5th grade they are being taught 50% Spanish and 50% English.  The DL program is offered Pre-K through grade 12.  We currently have five elementary schools, one junior high school, one middle school and one high school offering the program.

Parents as our Partners

As we work with students we also work with their parents and they become our partners.  Baldwin Park Unified has a dynamic District English Learner Advisory Committee.  This committee is a made up of one parent representative from each school site.  These parents meet monthly to support us in overseeing our EL programs.  Our current Board consists of President Rosa Lopez, Vice President Eva Serrano and Secretary Ruth Torres.  
As you can see, we are here and making a difference for Baldwin Park students.  We hope you take advantage of our site and take time to reference the links we have provided.  Please refer to our Student Achievement departments for programs being used and other pertinent information.
Thank you for visiting our site. 

DELAC Recognition Luncheon

DELAC representatives and alternates are recognized on an annual basis, this year it took place on May 5, 2017. These parents are responsible for carrying out DELAC duties throughout the year, that involve California Department of Education compliance items. For their efforts, parents are acknowledged in front of their peers, given certificates and thanked for their time under the direction of their advisor, Dr. Randy Gray. These parents have gained leadership skills and are able to take back information from DELAC meetings to their school sites. It is always an honor and a pleasure to acknowledge the hard work and time the parents put in to assist the school district in carryout duties and responsibilities for our English Learner Programs. 

DELAC Parent Appreciation Luncheon 2017

Senior Awards Night

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Christina Lucero, President

Teresa I. Vargas, Clerk/Vice President

Diana E. Dzib, J. D. Member 

Santos Hernandez, Jr., Member

Carlos Lopez, Member

Froilan N. Mendoza, Ed.D., Superintendent


"Ensure High Achievement for ALL Learners”


English Learner Program Assistants (ELPAs) are available for support at every school site.  Click here for a staff directory.