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Preparedness and Response Plan Approved  

Baldwin Community Schools Board of Education has approved the Distric's Preparedness Plan. The Baldwin Community Schools Preparedness and Response Plan outlines the District's teaching and learning programs for the 2020-2021 school year. You can also download a flyer providing additional information about the District's decision to begin the school year with remote learning, through at least October 23. We will keep everyone informed! 

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Partnership with Perfect Pact Produce 

Thursdays we continue to have twenty pound food boxes available through August 13! 

The food boxes include three cucumbers, a sleeve of celery, two pounds of carrots, five pounds of potatoes, five pounds of apples, three pounds of onions and a clam of fresh strawberries.

This is done in conjunction with Perfect Pact Produce who is working hard to make sure our farmers do not have to destroy food. You do not have to be picking up your breakfasts and lunches in order to get a twenty pound food pack. This is available to anyone and everyone, so PLEASE spread the word. It will be first come, first served on Thursday morning beginning at nine a.m

Thank you for being patient, completing your school work, and showing your Panther Pride. 

Go Panthers!!! 

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COVID–19 INFORMATION

BALDWIN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS REMOTE LEARNING LANDING PAGE (Spring 2020)

Baldwin Community Schools Continuity of Education Plan (Original Plan, April 2020) 

Baldwin Community Schools COLP Approval Certification 

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This website is designed to give you important and useful information about our schools, curriculum, and programs and provide links to other related information not available on this site. Baldwin is proud of the ever increasing strength of our educational programs.

Our efforts to prepare students for life and for college have resulted in the creation of the Baldwin Promise. The Baldwin Promise means that Baldwin High School graduates who meet program guidelines will have college tuition paid for or receive up to $5,000 per year for up to four years toward tuition costs at Michigan Colleges and Universities. See the Baldwin Promise link for more details.

If you are looking for information you cannot find here, do not hesitate to call us and ask for assistance. We are proud of our school district and the more you learn about us, the more you will agree. Please feel free to send us your comments and suggestions on this site. We truly want this to be the site you turn to for school and community information. 
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The Baldwin Promise

Promise Information      


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