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Board to Hold Special Meeting June 27 The Baldwinsville Central School District Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, June 27, 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 personnel matters as well as to review contracts for roof work for Elden Elementary School, Van Buren Elementary School, and the public library. ... more >>
Ray MS Team 6-4 End of Year Celebration Students on Team 6-4 at Ray Middle School enjoyed a fun-filled day with Superintendent McDonald, district administrators, PE teachers from Ray and Baker High School, Principal Ewing and Assistant Principal Denton.  Check out the video and photos from the day below.  Go Bees! Video at Stadium                   ... more >>
Graduation 2017 - Photos, Speeches, & List of Graduates On June 18, Baker High School held its graduation ceremony for the Class of 2017 at the SRC Arena at Onondaga Community College.  Congratulations to our students for their hard work and perseverance in receiving their degrees! We wish you all the best for your future! On this page we feature a photo gallery as well as several links related to graduation. 2016-2017 Senior Class List ... more >>
End of Year Information for Parents Dear Parents,   As the school year wraps up, the District would like to remind parents of important end of the year information.    Last Week of School The last week of school for grades K-7 will be the week of June 19-23. The schedule for the week is as follows: * Monday, June 19  - Full Day of School * Tuesday, June 20  - Full Day of ... more >>
Baldwinsville Athletes Honored with Annual Awards The Baldwinsville Athletic Department held is annual athletic awards night on June 8, 2017 to honor Baldwinsville athletes who have excelled on the field and in the classroom. For a listing of the awards and the winners, click  HERE .   Amanda Coogan and Girls Tennis Coach Paul Maestri Jack Buis and Mike Spicer ... more >>
Schedule for Graduates' Names on District Sign Student names from the Class of 2017 will begin running on the district sign, located on the main campus at 29 E. Oneida Street, on June 18. Names will run in alphabetical order, about 15 to 20 names a day, from 6/18 to 7/22, and then the names will run again, from 7/23 to 8/26.   Names will run on the sign each day from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Each name is held for 10 seconds. It takes about ... more >>
Congratulations, BOCES Class of 2017! On June 8, OCM BOCES held its 2017 graduation ceremony for graduates of its special programs. Eight Baldwinsville students received their degrees from Superintendent Matthew McDonald and Rocco Nalli, Director of Special Education. Congratulations to the following students who were awarded diplomas:   Brianna Cook Anthony Hyde Ryan Martin Michaela Miller ... more >>
Baker Senior Awarded ROTC Scholarship Congratulations to Baker senior Zackary Boadway! He has been awarded an ROTC scholarship, worth over $100,000, from the United States Army. Zackary plans to attend the University of Central Florida in the fall. more >>
Baker Student Receives NYS Leadership Award Patrick Penfield, a senior at Baker High School, has been awarded a New York State Senate Youth Leadership Recognition Award from Senator John DeFrancisco. The award recognizes students who exhibit leadership qualities and excel in academics and extracurricular and volunteer activities. more >>
Baker Students Honored for Achievements and Service Every year, the faculty, staff, and administration of Baker High School  take time each morning for one week to recognize students for their achievements and service to the school and/or the community. This school year Recognition Week was held June 5-9. The following students were recognized for their achievements:   The Wellesley College Book Award  ... more >>
Over 100 Scholarships Awarded on Moving Up Day On May 26, over 135 scholarships were awarded to Baldwinsville seniors during Baker High School's 43rd annual Moving Up Day. Scholarships were awarded from the Baldwinsville Community Scholarship Foundation (BCSF) and local businesses and organizations. The full program of Moving Up Day is currently posted on the PAC website:  pacbtv.org   under school activities.  ... more >>
Boys Lacrosse is New Regional Champion! Congratulations to the boys varsity lacrosse team, the 2017 NYSPHSAA Class A Regional Champion! The team defeated Ithaca on May 31 in the Class A regional final! The team will play in the state semi-finals on June 7 at St . John Fisher College in Rochester. GO BEES!!! more >>
District Honors Staff for Years of Service Congratulations to the following employees whom the District honored on May 26 for their years of service: 35 Years    Stern, Pamela Ray Middle School 08/02/1982    Burlingame, Michael A. Facilities Department 08/16/1982 Pamela Stern, 35 years ... more >>
B'ville Hockey Coach Honored Mark Lloyd, coach of the Baldwinsville ice hockey team, was honored by Syracuse Sports Corporation on May 24 when the corporation recognized him with the 2016-17 Winter Believe to Achieve Coach Award. The corporation regularly recognizes local individuals and teams who have made contributions to the Central New York sports community.    Mark Lloyd, Boys Varsity Hockey Coach ... 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 >>
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 >>



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