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BPUSD Extends Remote Learning for 2019-20 School Year

Baldwin Park Unified School District will be following the latest guidance, provided this week, by Governor Gavin Newsom, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond, and Los Angeles County Office of Education Superintendent Debra Duardo, to keep our campuses physically closed, while continuing to provide instruction through remote learning until the end of the 2019-20 school year.

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Ten BPUSD seniors were greeted by a District caravan and surprised with scholarships totaling $11,000.

Baldwin Park Unified Scholarship Winners Surprised by District Caravan

BPUSD recognizes May as Mental Health Month, providing all of us the opportunity to discuss the mental health challenges our communities face and to provide information, resources and support.

Baldwin Park Unified Recognizes Mental Health Awareness Month

The District has served nearly 250,000 meals between March 16 and April 22.

Baldwin Park Unified Serves 250,000 Meals Amid School Closures

L.A. County Department of Public Health Explains Social Distancing

BPUSD's transitional kindergarten and kindergarten programs provide students the academic and socio-emotional skills needed to be successful. Learn more about why you should enroll your student for the 2020-21 school year!

Video: Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten at BPUSD

Baldwin Park Unified is adding five electric, zero-emission buses to its lineup, with the first two arriving on Dec. 20.

Baldwin Park Unified Adds 5 Electric Buses with $1.8 Million Grant

BPHS students received autographs and posed for pictures with former L.A. Dodger pitcher Dennis Powell during the school's second annual Dodger Day.

Baldwin Park High School Celebrates PBIS Success with Dodger Day Event

Olive Middle School has reached a 1:1 device-to-student ratio, with each student receiving a Chromebook laptop for the 2019-20 school year.

Olive Middle School Launches 1:1 Technology Initiative