Elementary students at Vineland Elementary School on Thursday laughed, cried, grimaced and even smiled as they received free flu shots through a District partnership with Kaiser Permanente Medical Center.
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Baldwin Park Unified has recognized its schools with top attendance figures for the first month of school with trophies, part of a yearlong campaign to boost student performance by ensuring strong daily attendance.
Baldwin Park will work with the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) on a five-year effort to use the arts to support instruction of English learners.
Raquel Viramontes is one of 16 teachers who will represent the county in the state's top teacher competition.
Female students at Baldwin Park Unified’s Holland Middle School will soon learn how to create and program robots through an after-school program funded by a grant from Cal Poly Pomona’s Adopt-a-Femineer School Program.
More than 1,000 students and family members attended Baldwin Park Unified’s 11th annual College Fair, gleaning tips for college from workshops and connecting with up to 31 colleges, universities, technical schools and U.S. service branches.
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Baldwin Park Unified is launching an attendance campaign for the 2017-18 school year to drive academic achievement and success for all pupils.
Baldwin Park Unified’s Holland Middle School, Santa Fe School and Central, Walnut and Elwin elementary schools received silver recognition from the California Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Coalition for implementing strategies that promote safe and positive learning environments. The California PBIS Coalition (CPC) emphasizes methods of teaching behavioral expectations and supports those lessons with positive reinforcement. School staff say student behavior is improving and achievement is climbing.
Baldwin Park Unified dedicated Sierra Vista High School’s stadium to retired board member Jack B. White on Sept. 22 during an emotional evening filled with testimonials from community leaders.