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GOVERNOR CUOMO DIRECTS FLAGS TO HALF-STAFF IN HONOR OF DOT MAINTENANCE WORKER GOVERNOR CUOMO DIRECTS FLAGS TO HALF-STAFF IN HONOR OF DOT MAINTENANCE WORKER Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today directed flags to half-staff on all State government buildings in honor of New York Department of Transportation Maintenance Worker Dennis (Matt) Howe of Owego, Tioga County, who died from injuries sustained last Wednesday when a tractor trailer collided with a DOT truck in the work zone March 13 in Tioga County. Flags will be flown at half-staff beginning today, March ...
Baker Seniors Receive National Recognition for Achievements Baker Seniors Receive National Recognition for Achievements Two Baker High School seniors have received national recognition for their outstanding achievements in writing and art.   Sophia Simone has won a gold medal in the 2019 National Scholastic Writing Awards Competition for her flash fiction, "My Pink Journal." She has been invited to Carnegie Hall in New York City to receive her medal in June.   ...
Important NYS Testing Information Important NYS Testing Information In April and May, the New York State Grades 3-8 English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics Tests will be administered to students. Last year, the number of test sessions for these annual assessments was reduced from three to two; that change remains in effect this year. This means that students will take each subject test over only two testing days instead of three as in past years. Additionally, ...
Junior High Students Earn Special Recognition for Academic Growth Junior High Students Earn Special Recognition for Academic Growth Durgee Junior High School’s Learning Innovative Focus Team (Durgee LIFT) has recognized 20 students for their academic achievement. On March 13, 2019, Durgee LIFT hosted an academic recognition ceremony to honor students in the eighth grade and ninth grade who have demonstrated academic growth by improving their overall GPA by at least 4 points between the first marking period and the second ...
Baker Students Offering Free Tech Support to B'ville Senior Community Baker Students Offering Free Tech Support to B'ville Senior Community Baker High School students will be providing free tech support to the Baldwinsville senior community at Savvy Seniors on Saturday, March 23, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the school library.   All computers and smartphones are welcome. Enjoy complimentary coffee and cookies as student volunteers answer your technology questions and assist you with your devices.   Volunteers ...
Robotics Team Qualifies for World Championships Robotics Team Qualifies for World Championships A Baldwinsville robotics team has qualified for the world championships while another team won the Judges Award at the Northern New York State VEX High School Championships held at Onondaga Community College on March 2, 2019.   Baldwinsville Team 7323A won its division and qualified for the world championships that will be held in Louisville, Kentucky in April 2019. This is the third consecutive ...
Baker Senior is a National Merit Finalist Baker Senior is a National Merit Finalist Thomas Grindle, a senior at Baker High School, has been named a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Competition. His standing in the competition is based on his score on last year’s PSAT. He is one of 15,000 finalists nationwide being considered for National Merit Scholarships. Winners will be announced in March.  
Baker Culture Festival is a Success! Baker Culture Festival is a Success! On February 28, Baker High School hosted its first culture festival. Students, parents and teachers were involved with the festival, which featured the foods, traditions, music and clothing of over 20 different cultures represented at the high school. Countries represented included Canada, Turkey, Ireland, Guatemala, and Korea. The event was the idea of junior Aidan Priest. He wanted to ...
April 22 is Now a School Day for K-12 April 22 is Now a School Day for K-12 Due to the snow day on February 25,  April 22, 2019 will now be an instructional day (School Day) for all students and staff . It will no longer be a vacation day for students and instructional staff members.    While Governor Cuomo's recent statements concerning this issue may have created confusion, the New York State Education Department has clearly stated that in order ...
Baker Named One of the Best High Schools for Athletes in NYS Baker Named One of the Best High Schools for Athletes in NYS Niche.com has named Baker High School one of the best public high schools in New York for athletes. Baker ranks #5 in Upstate New York and #7 overall in the state in the 2019 rankings.   Niche.com used the following methodology to rank public high schools:   Student and parent reviews of athletics (50%) Student enrollment (20%) Sports championships won (10%) Number of sports ...
Over 40 Elementary Students to Perform in All-County Music Fest Over 40 Elementary Students to Perform in All-County Music Fest Over 40 students from the Baldwinsville Central School District have been selected to perform in the annual OCMEA Elementary All-County Music Festival scheduled for April 5 & 6 at Ray Middle School. Congratulations to the following students:   Band Elden Elementary School - Keira Delardi and Alexis Quimby McNamara Elementary School - Mason Truex Palmer Elementary School ...
May Flex Day is Now a School Day May Flex Day is Now a School Day Because of the snow day on Feb. 12, the flex day scheduled for Tuesday, May 28, will now be a day of school. The district has used all of its snow days for the 2018-19 school year.
April 1 is Deadline to Submit Request for Transportation to Public & Parochial Schools April 1 is Deadline to Submit Request for Transportation to Public & Parochial Schools If your child will be attending a private or parochial school in the 2019-2020 school year, please submit a transportation request form to the transportation department by April 1, 2019.  The form must be submitted every year.  Click  HERE  for the form.
Funding the Future Through Community Collaboration Funding the Future Through Community Collaboration In the fall of 2018, the district embarked on a transparent and collaborative process with SES Study Team, LLC and community representatives to analyze and discuss district data, as well as to use the data to identify options that the district might use to determine its short and long term planning and funding for programs and facilities, as they relate to the program vision of the Baldwinsville Central ...
District Hiring Subs in Transportation, Facilities and Food Service District Hiring Subs in Transportation, Facilities and Food Service The Baldwinsville Central School District has openings for the following substitute positions in Transportation, Facilities and Food Service: FOOD SERVICE WORKERS   CUSTODIAL WORKERS SCHOOL BUS ATTENDANTS  SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS  Please  click HERE to review job descriptions and complete the on-line application .  If you should have any questions, ...
Bus Drivers/Attendants Needed 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 
Website Policy Regarding Publishing Student Photos or Names Website Policy Regarding Publishing Student Photos or Names The Baldwinsville Board of Education will continue the policy for the 2018-2019 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, ...



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