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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 >>
Van Buren Teacher to Attend Space Academy Sarah Parrish, a fourth-grade teacher at Van Buren Elementary School, has been invited to attend the 2017 Honeywell Educators at Space Academy at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama this June. In addition to teaching fourth grade, Parrish is one of the coordinators of Van Buren’s after-school STEM program.   Parrish will spend five days at the world’s premiere ... more >>
Schedule for NYS Assessments, Grades 3-8 The New York State Education Department is transitioning its annual ELA and math assessments for grades 3-8 from paper-based testing to computer-based testing. This spring, Baldwinsville third-graders in all buildings and students in grades 6-8 will take the ELA and math assessments using the computer. All students who utilize accommodations for testing will still receive these accommodations. Baldwinsville ... more >>
April 13 Will be Full Day of School Thursday, April 13, was originally scheduled on the District’s 2016-2017 academic calendar as a Flex Day to be used as a day off for students if the District did not use all of its snow days. April 13 will now be a FULL DAY OF SCHOOL   for all students and staff because the District used all five of its allotted snow days for the year. Although one of those days, March 15, was intended ... more >>
Reynolds Elementary School to Present Treasure Island Reynolds Elementary School Players will present the musical Treasure Island on March 23 & 24 at 7:00 p.m. and March 25 at 1:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Reynolds Elementary School is located at 222 Deerwood Drive.   Over 50 students will bring the story of pirates and buried treasure, based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel, to life for three performances. The musical ... more >>
Ray Middle School Jazz Concert Set for March 24 Ray Middle School will hold a special jazz concert on Friday, March 24, at 7:00 p.m. at Storer Auditorium on the Onondaga Community College campus. The following groups, comprised of sixth- and seventh-graders selected through an audition process, will be performing: Bee Sharps Jazz Orchestra; Katz Pajamaz Jazz Band; and RayRiffers Jazz Choir. Ninety students will be demonstrating their musical talents ... more >>
Baker's Robotics Club Receives Sponsorship from U.S. Army The  United States Army has awarded the Baker High School robotics club a $2,500 sponsorship to aid in covering the cost of participating in the VEX World Championship, to be held in Kentucky in April. Baker High School’s B.E.E.S. robotics team won a spot at the world championship when the team was named the Northern New York State Champion in the Northern New York State VEX Robotics Competition ... more >>
Schedule for NYS Assessments, Grades 3-8 The New York State Education Department is transitioning its annual ELA and math assessments for grades 3-8 from paper-based testing to computer-based testing. This spring, Baldwinsville third-graders in all buildings and students in grades 6-8 will take the ELA and math assessments using the computer. All students who utilize accommodations for testing will still receive these accommodations. Baldwinsville ... more >>
Baldwinsville Elementary Students to Perform in County Music Fest Forty-three Baldwinsville elementary school students have been selected to perform in the band, orchestra or chorus of the Elementary All-County Music Festival, to be held in April in Syracuse. Baldwinsville students selected are:   Band Elden Elementary School – Andrew Jung and Jonathan Schirmer McNamara Elementary School – Noah Covert and Billy Shipman Reynolds ... more >>
New 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 >>
Information on Proposed 2017-18 Budget The Baldwinsville Central School District believes that input from our community is vital in the development of our annual budget. In the fall, the District asked community and staff volunteers to participate in several advisory committees for specific areas of the budget, including; 1. Athletics; 2. Facilities; 3. Instructional & Technology; 4. Special Education; and 5. Transportation. These ... 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 >>
Bus Drivers/Attendants Needed 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.  Applicants must be available to work  6 a.m. to 10 a.m.  and  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.  Applicants must be available to work 6 ... 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 2016-2017 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 of their wishes. This request must be made EVERY YEAR. To 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 instrument. The district is in need of the following instruments: flutes, clarinets, ... 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 to the New York State Education Law require that BMI and weight status group reports ... more >>



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