Marching bands at Baldwin Park and Sierra Vista high schools have concluded one of their strongest fall performance seasons yet, collecting awards at field shows across the area and performing in a variety of public venues.
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Sierra Vista High saxophone player Jose Garcia will march down Colorado Boulevard on New Year's Day.
Annual community effort will help 300 students in need
Baldwin Park High’s Independent Learning Center provides personalized instruction for students who seek alternative approaches or who face challenges with a traditional school setting.
More than 200 Baldwin Park Unified students, parents, teachers and administrators donned skull makeup, dined on authentic Mexican food and danced to mariachi music to celebrate Día de Los Muertos at Baldwin Park High on Nov. 3.
Students from Baldwin Park Unified’s Cornerstone program joined together Oct. 30 to create beaded bracelets, pencil sketches, colorful tissue paper flowers and side-walk chalk creations during the third annual Festival of the Arts.
Fifth-graders in Jose Rangel’s Walnut Elementary School class delivered a passionate message supporting STEAM instruction during a series of TED-style talks on Oct. 30 that included supporting research and presentation boards.
Baldwin Park Unified school police officers raised $1,000 for City of Hope this month through the 2017 Pink Patch Project, a nationwide cancer awareness effort.
Students in a first-of-its-kind club at Sierra Vista High School raise awareness of mental health issues.
Pleasant View Elementary School on Wednesday accepted a $5,000 grant from the Barona Band of Mission Indians that will support digital lessons projects.