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Board of Education to Hold Special Meeting August 30 The Baldwinsville Central School District Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 7:30 a.m. in the large conference room of the district office, located at 29 East Oneida Street.   The purpose of the meeting is to discuss personnel matters.   more >>
District Drivers Receive Training in Bus Roll-Over Simulation If you drove by the district campus on  August 21 or August 22, you probably saw a bus on its side on the front lawn of the campus entrance. The district hosted a special training event on a bus rollover situation for its transportation employees on Tuesday, August 22, 2017. The district placed a bus on its side in front of the district office to simulate roll over ... more >>
District Transportation Goes the Extra Mile for Student Safety Ensuring student safety is nothing new to the Baldwinsville Central School District. Student safety is always a top priority, and district staff members are continuously exploring ways to increase safety. For this new school year, the district’s transportation department has taken the initiative to increase its already rigorous student safety standards by implementing ... more >>
Tickets Available for B'ville Football vs. Corning at the Dome Football season is here! On Friday, August 31, the B'ville football team will kick off the 2017 season against the Corning Hawks in the Carrier Dome at 8 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are $8 and can be purchased at the district athletic office, located in Baker High School. They will also be for sale that evening at the door for $10. Come out and support B'ville at the start of an exciting ... more >>
Syracuse Hall of Fame to Honor 1977-81 Bville Wrestling Team The Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame has named the combined 1977-81 Baldwinsville wrestling teams its 2017 Team of Honor in recognition of the Baldwinsville wrestling program’s winning streak over four consecutive seasons. Baldwinsville was ranked No. 1 in the state from 1977 to 1981, and in its four sectional meets the team beat its opponents by an average of 58.6 points. Hall of Fame ... more >>
Ninety-Eight Baldwinsville Students Earn AP Scholar Awards Ninety-eight students from the Baldwinsville Central School District have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their achievements on the college-level Advanced Placement Program Exams. Students took AP Exams in May after finishing their studies in college-level courses at Baker High School.   Fifty-one students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by earning a score of 3 or higher on ... more >>
Coffee and Conversation With the Superintendent - Monthly Meetings to Keep You Up to Date on the District To increase communications with the community, Superintendent Matthew J. McDonald is beginning a series of monthly meetings this school year for all community members to attend to speak with him and district administrators about a variety of topics, including curriculum and instruction, special education, the budget, and school law. Each meeting will be devoted to a specific topic or district ... more >>
Sophomore and Baker New Student Orientation - August 30 Date: Wednesday, August 30, 2017 Time : 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Where: C.W. Baker High School Cafeteria *Due to the construction of the Baker Auditorium this orientation is for students only. *Parents please feel free to contact Mr. Fraher, 10th Grade Assistant Principal or your child’s guidance counselor with any questions that you may have. more >>
Helping Your Teen Thrive: A Mini-Conference for All Parents All district parents are invited to attend the "Helping Your Teen Thrive: A health & wellness mini-conference" on Wednesday, October 18 at 6:00 p.m. in the Baker High School auditorium. Julie Smith, a nationally recognized expert on teen safety in a digital environment, will provide the keynote. Afterwards, parents will select from a wide variety of workshops presented by community members ... more >>
District to Continue Grief Counseling by Appointment For the remainder of the summer, the Baldwinsville Central School District will continue to offer grief counseling by appointment for those affected by the tragic loss of Ray Middle School student Lucas DeLong. If you would like to set up an appointment to speak with a counselor, please contact Mr. Rocco Nalli, Director of Special Education, at 315-635-4500.  If you are unable ... more >>
ATTENTION PARENTS: Back-to-School Information for 2017-18 2017-2018 BACK-TO-SCHOOL INFORMATION   The following back-to-school information will help you prepare your child for the 2017-2018 school year. Please review the list, which includes information regarding required physicals and vaccinations, student schedules and teacher assignments, and transportation for daycare.   IMPORTANT HEALTH INFORMATION New York State ... more >>
Attention Alumni: The District Would Like to Hear From You Attention All Baldwinsville Alumni: The Baldwinsville Central School District would like to hear from you! We are adding pages to the district website (www.bville.org) to highlight our graduates’ news, achievements, and events (class reunion dates and other alumni-related events). If you have any news, achievements, photos and/or events you would like to share on the district ... more >>
District Looking to Fill Substitute Positions The Baldwinsville Central School District has openings for the following substitute positions:   CUSTODIAL WORKERS SCHOOL BUS ATTENDANTS  SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS  SCHOOL NURSES  SCHOOL LUNCH MONITORS   FOOD SERVICE HELPERS Please click HERE  to review job descriptions and complete the on-line application.  If you should have any questions, ... more >>
Schedule of Graduates' Names on District Sign Student names from the Class of 2017 are running on the district sign, located on the main campus at 29 E. Oneida Street, until 8/26. Names will run in alphabetical order, about 15 to 20 names a day, from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. each day. Each name is held for 10 seconds. It takes about 2.5 minutes to cycle through the list of names for each day. You can read the schedule of names  HERE . more >>
Deadline for Requests for Transportation for Daycare - August 25 The District establishes bus routes for the new school year over the summer months. Due to safety issues, no changes to day care stops or bus stops for the newly established routes will be considered from Monday, August 28 to Friday, September 15. During this time period, the Transportation Department will take late requests but will not make any changes in routes until Monday, September 18. ... more >>
Meningitis Vaccination Required for Grades 7, 8 & 12 for 2017-18 All NYS students entering 7th, 8th and 12th grade in September 2017 must have the meningococcal vaccine.  Without it they can't start school. You can find more information on the vaccine at this link: Meningitis Vaccine more >>
District Tip Line to Anonymously Report Bullying & Other Situations It is important to know that the District’s staff works to make our schools safe and caring places. We strongly encourage and frequently remind students to report any safety concerns directly to a trusted adult at home or at school. Still, we know that when students become aware of unsafe people or situations, it can be very difficult for some to report them as they are fearful or feel ... more >>
Results of District's Testing for Lead in Water from Faucets The Baldwinsville Central School District tested its school buildings for lead in the schools’ handwashing sinks in September 2016. On January 4, the District received the results of the testing at Van Buren Elementary School, Palmer Elementary School, and McNamara Elementary School. No lead levels over 15 parts per billion were found in the sinks at Palmer and McNamara; however, 16 sinks at ... more >>
Board Approves Preliminary Smart Schools Investment Plan In 2014, New York State voters approved the Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014, giving the state permission to issue a one-time $2 billion bond to finance educational technology capital projects to improve learning and opportunities for all students. Capital projects may include classroom technology, high-tech security, school internet connectivity, and classroom trailer replacement.   In order ... more >>
Community Resources for Mental Health In light of crises impacting our community, Acting Superintendent Matthew McDonald has posted a message to the community on the district website regarding community resources available for mental health. You can read the message  HERE . You can access the district's list of mental health resources  HERE .   more >>

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