Elementary Curriculum in Baldwin UFSD

  • In Baldwin Union Free School District, our elementary schools focus on educating the whole child—socially, emotionally, and academically. 

    Baldwin UFSD continues to build a forward-thinking school system that offers a challenging educational program tailored to meet the needs of each individual student. Differentiated learning takes place every day in our classrooms. Our instructional program is enhanced through the use of student-centered pedagogical practices that foster a culture of thinking and collaboration. The district is focused on ensuring all students graduate future-ready with the skills they will need to thrive in the future world of work. Therefore, students will be immersed in cognitively engaging tasks, work collaboratively to solve real world problems, and engage in rigorous and relevant tasks.

    Additionally, Baldwin UFSD will provide instructional opportunities that bring multiple perspectives into the classroom, respect differences and prepare our students to live in a global community.

  • Core Subject Areas and Specials

  • Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence

  • Instructional Technology

  • Professional Development

  • Questions about K-5 Curriculum at Baldwin UFSD


    Anthony Mignella
    Assistant Superintendent for Instruction

    Nomi Rosen

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