CHARLES W. BAKER HIGH SCHOOL
Counselors enjoy working closely with parents and students to ensure a rewarding, positive high school experience for all students. We recognize the challenges that parents may sometimes face and offer these on-line resources (many recommended by parents themselves) for your convenience:
*LINKS TO THIRD PARTY SITES: The links in this area will let you leave the Baldwinsville Central School District ("The District") site. The linked sites are not under the control of the district and The District is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site, or any changes or updates to such sites. The District is providing these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement by The District of the site.
New York State Education Department http://www.nysed.gov/ This site is an excellent resource for the latest information on NY state graduation requirements, curriculum and testing revisions, and school report cards.
The National Parenting Center: www.tnpc.com/ -- The National Parenting Center, a national "parent information service" founded in 1989, is dedicated to providing information to parents to assist and support in positive parenting efforts. Guidance is offered via some of the most well-known child-rearing authorities in the form of daily features and articles of interest covering developmental stages beginning from Pregnancy and Newborn to Preteens and Adolescence. Topics include communication, socialization, body image, drug use, setting limits, privacy, and much more. This is a terrific resource!
LD Online: www.ldonline.org/ --The focus of this site is learning disabilities, and it contains information for parents, teachers, and children. Updated weekly, here are some sample titles of interest: Understanding Visual and Auditory Processing Deficits, Early Warning Signs of Learning Disabilities, etc. This site is a service of the Learning Disabilities Project at WETA, Washington, D.C., in association with the Coordinated Campaign for Learning Disabilities.