Baldwin Union Free School District. District Office 960 Hastings Street Baldwin, NY 11510. Phone 516.434.6000 Fax 516.434.6803
Baldwin County Public Schools offers After School Childcare at elementary, intermediate and some middle & high schools in the county. After School Childcare Programs serve students beginning at age 5 at elementary schools; Middle and High school students may attend at their school campus, if the program is available.
School safety is the top priority the Baldwin County Public School System has partnered with the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office, the Baldwin County Commission and our municipal law enforcement agencies so that ALL our school campuses have a dedicated School Resource Officer each school day. BCBE carries precious cargo on our more than 300 buses!
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Baldwin High School's Drone Course gives students the opportunity to learn the skills needed for basic flight operations of a drone aircraft, as well to become certified as a remote pilot by the FAA. Baldwin Union Free School District (UFSD) hosted Baldwin Illuminated, a light show featuring student-produced work projected onto building exteriors.
Baldwin Union Free School District (UFSD) hosted Baldwin Illuminated, a light show featuring student-produced work projected onto building exteriors. Often seen at popular festivals and in other places for entertainment, such as Napa Valley, this is the first time a school district is using "projection mapping" to showcase students' work.
Baldwin Union Free School District (UFSD) has developed a robust K-12 remote learning curriculum to support our students’ ongoing growth as learners through a combination of synchronous and asynchronous lessons and class projects led by our teachers.
In order to access your child’s teacher’s web page and eLearning information, please refer to the following steps: Step 1: Go to your child's school's homepage. Step 2: Click on “Teacher Pages”. Step 3: Click on your child's teacher’s name. Step 4: Click on “eLearning Directions” (located on the left-hand side)
High School students with student portal issues should visit the High School Guidance Office or call 516-434-6134. Accessing eLearning Assignments. You will be able to find information regarding eLearning resources and assignments on your child’s teacher’s district web page.
Students may not use school approved platforms for any purpose other than their intended use as directed by their teacher. Students are to use appropriate language at all times. Students must follow the teacher’s instructions during the session. Students should dress in appropriate attire.
Beginning with the 2016-2017 school year, the Act requires local education agencies to allow a child who is six years of age on or before December 31 to enroll in first grade.
The program operates from 3-5:30 p.m. (or 3 – 6:00 p.m. at select sites) and follows the school calendar. Parents must complete online registration, pay the $20 non-refundable registration fee, and the first week fee - no fewer than two (2) days prior to the first day of attendance in the program.
No child will be allowed to leave campus without the express consent of their parent or guardian. Early checkouts are discouraged; however, in the case of a medical necessity, it is requested that a doctor's note is submitted to the office the next day. Child Nutrition.
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The parent sign in is: https://baldwinco.powerschool.com/ You will need to contact the school to get information on how to access your student’s information. The schools have a pre-built letter with the necessary information the parent needs.
Parents of Baldwin Middle School Students: call the guidance office at 516.434.6233. Parents of Baldwin High School Students: call the guidance office at 516.434.6135. Be sure to watch the tutorial above to learn how to register with the eSchool Parent Portal.
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