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District News - September 29, 2017




Achieving  Our Full Potential - TOGETHER!
September 29, 2017 - http://www.bville.org
 
Baker Students Named  National Merit Scholarship Commended Students
Congratulations to the following seniors who have been named 2018 National Merit Scholarship Commended Students: Madeline Gaus, Ben Iven, Sean Micho, and Alexander Milewski.

These students placed among the top 50,000 scores of more than 1.6 million students who took the 2016 PSAT. 

 
High School Announces Baker's Dozen
Baker High School has announced the 2018 Baker's Dozen, the seniors that have been officially ranked with the highest GPAs in their class. Congratulations to the following students:

1. Benjamin Dwyer
2. Matthew King
3. Amanda Strenk
4. Madeline Gaus
5. Benjamin Iven
6. Laura Adams
7. Alina Minkova
8. Zachary Hahn
9. Alec Williams
10. Sydney Tse
11. Alexis Huff
12. Lauren Brushingham
13. Makayla Spicer
 
 
District Seeking Budget Committee Volunteers
The Baldwinsville Central School District is beginning the development process for its 2018-2019 budget and is seeking community input through budget advisory committees. The District is looking for volunteers to serve on these committees to review specific areas of the budget and to provide input on the budget components as well as recommendations for cost savings prior to the budget components being presented to the Board of Education for review. READ MORE
 
Baker Library Named School Library of the Year
The Baker High School library has been named the 2017 School Library of the Year by the Central New York Library Resources Council! The library, headed by teacher librarian Leslie Cartier, is being recognized for its creative and innovative resources, databases and use of digital media for instruction.
 
October 13 - Wear Red Day!
The week of October 9 is Homecoming Week, and we've designated Friday, October 13, as Wear Red Day to demonstrate school spirit. All students, staff and community members are encouraged to wear B'ville red or B'ville related apparel to show school spirit and celebrate our athletic teams. Looking for the team schedules? You can find them HERE. GO BEES!!!
COMING EVENTS

 October 2, 2017
Board of Education Meeting
7 p.m., Durgee Cafeteria
AGENDA


October 6, 2017
NO SCHOOL
Professional
Development Day


October 9, 2017
NO SCHOOL
Columbus Day Holiday


October 18, 2017
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. FREE babysitting will be offered.

Julie Smith, a nationally recognized expert on teen safety in a digital environment, will provide the keynote. Afterwards, parents will select two breakout sessions to attend from a wide variety of  topics including dealing with concussions, nutrition for athletes, and parenting a child with anxiety. Advance registration is required. 
Please visit this link to register for the conference.
 
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