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Superintendent's Message: SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE 29 East Oneida Street Baldwinsville, NY  13027 (315) 638-6043 Email: dhamilton@bville.org December 2014 Dear Baldwinsville Families, The coming months will be very exciting ... more >>
Stop the Spread of Flu in Our Schools: As you have heard in the news, the flu is now active in Central New York. In order to help prevent it from spreading in our schools, the district has posted flu information and tips from the Onondaga County Health Department on the district website. You can read the information HERE .   If you would like additional ... more >>
SchoolMessenger Text Message Opt-In Directions:: On September 8, the district sent a SchoolMessenger text message to all district parents who have a cell phone number in the student database regarding opting in to receive SchoolMessenger notifications as text messages.   If you did not receive this text message, and wish to opt in to receive text messages, ... more >>
Baker Teacher Appointed to AP Test Development Committee: Abbe Guillet, a French teacher at Baker High School, has been appointed to the AP French Language and Culture Test development committee. As a member of the committee, she will work with two high school teachers, three college professors, the Chief Exam Reader of the AP French Exam graders and a liaison from the College ... more >>
Update on Suspected Case of Mumps: On January 21, the Baldwinsville Central School District was alerted by the Onondaga County Health Department about a suspected case of mumps at Durgee Junior High School.   The health department has informed the district that the mumps testing results were inconclusive. The student has recovered 100% and there ... more >>
B’ville Football Player Receives Scholar-Athlete Award: The Central New York Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame has awarded senior Cole Burchill its Scholar-Athlete Award in recognition of his achievements in football and academics and exemplary citizenship. Burchill was honored at the foundation’s annual banquet on January 25. ... more >>
Online Registration for Athletic Sports Sign Up: Greetings from the Athletic Department! We are excited to announce that we are now offering the convenience of online registration for athletic sports sign up and clearance through Family ID.  The registration is from a secure platform that provides you with an easy, user-friendly way to register for our ... more >>
Ray Middle School Student Places 1st in PS/WCNY Spelling Bee Written Test: Congratulations to sixth-grader Bianca Gascon , winner of the Post Standard/WCNY Spelling Bee written test! The written test was given on January 23 at Onondaga Community College. Bianca has advanced to the oral round of the competition. Four other Baldwinsville students have also advanced to the oral round. They are: ... more >>
Community Forum to Address School Funding Issues in NYS: Stakeholders from 33 school districts will converge on North Syracuse Junior High School on  Thursday, February ... more >>
Baker Hosts Robotics Competition: On January 17, the Baker High School technology department hosted a Vex Robotics Competition, “B’ville Skyrise Challenge.” Forty-seven teams from middle schools and high schools in the Central New York area, as well as Rochester and Albany, participated. Over 220 students filled the school gym, battling ... more >>
Seventeen Baldwinsville Students Receive Scholastic Art Awards: Seventeen students from Baker High School and Durgee Junior High School have won awards in the 2015 CNY Scholastic Art Awards competition.  Student artwork will be on display at the Whitney Applied Technology Center at Onondaga Community College from January 16 until ... more >>
Kindergarten Registration Set for March 18 & 19: Kindergarten open registration for the 2015–2016 school year will take place at the elementary schools in the district on Wednesday, March 18 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Thursday, March 19 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.   Families currently in the district ... more >>
District Conducting Online Kindergarten Census: The Baldwinsville Central School District is requesting that parents of children who will be eligible for kindergarten in September 2015 participate in the district’s online non-school age census by February 28, 2015 . In order to be eligible for kindergarten in ... more >>
Employment Opportunities in the District: The Baldwinsville Central School District has openings for the following positions:   SCHOOL BUS ATTENDANTS -    Supervise and assist in the safety of school aged children on bus trips to and from school.  Previous experience working with school aged children preferred, but not required.  ... more >>
15 Mile Limitation for Transportation: Analysis presented at the October 15, 2012 Board of Education meeting regarding 15 mile limitation for private school transportation.  Click here to view presentation . more >>
Website Policy Regarding Publishing Student Photos or Names: The Baldwinsville Board of Education will continue the policy for the 2014-2015 school year regarding student names and photographs on the site. As a result of the policy, parents or guardians who do NOT wish to have their child’s full name and/or photograph on the district web site must notify the district ... more >>
BCSD Accepting Instrument Donations: Do you have a gently used band or orchestra instrument collecting dust in your attic? The Baldwinsville Central School District is accepting donations of instruments that are in good condition and not in need of repair, to be lent to district students who, because of financial hardship, are unable to rent or purchase an ... more >>
Your childs Health Exam info: As part of a required school health examination, a student is weighed and his/her height. These numbers are used to figure out the student’s body mass index or ‘BMI’. . The BMI helps the doctor or nurse know if the student’s weight is in a healthy range or is too high or too low. Recent changes ... more >>
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