Baldwin Park High School students and families in need of basic materials, such as clothes and school supplies, can find resources through the school's Community Care Closet.
News & Announcements
Tracy Elementary fifth-graders are learning about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics through the Letters to a Pre-Scientist program.
Baldwin Park High School's Scholar Support club received a makeover from BPHS senior Nhi Doan, student representative for the Board of Education, after she saw the challenges that her classmates faced when returning to in-person learning in 2021.
Baldwin Park Unified is making Tuesday, Jan. 18 a pupil-free day in an effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 at our schools and to allow for the completion of isolations and quarantines.
Pleasant View Elementary created a Wellness Room for its roadrunners to relax and decompress.
During the annual Board of Education reorganization meeting on Dec. 14, outgoing president Christina Lucero and outgoing clerk/vice president Betsabel Lara were recognized with plaques of appreciation for leading the District during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Four-hundred and sixteen Baldwin Park Unified students received an early gift of holiday cheer as they were treated to a shopping spree at Wal-Mart, receiving $80 gift cards to spend on new outfits and shoes during the 24th annual Santa Clothes Project, held Dec. 7.
The Braves boys soccer team celebrated its ring ceremony on Dec. 5.
BPUSD, alongside with the City of Baldwin Park and other local partners, are gathering donations for the upcoming Holiday Food Basket Program, which will be held on Saturday, Dec. 11 at the Esther Snyder Community Center.
Baldwin Park Unified introduced the 2021-22 student board members – North Park’s Aireon Bonilla, Sierra Vista’s Francis Arguien and Baldwin Park’s Nhi Doan – during the Sept. 28 board meeting.