March 26, 2023

    Dear Baldwin Families,

    The Spring season is underway! From our student production of Switching Principals to the beginning of spring sports games, we are nearing the end of marking period 3 in the next two weeks.  Our Regents review courses have begun! Take advantage of the extra instruction that is offered all throughout the rest of the year. 

    Regents Review Schedule 

    Please check out the latest issue of our digital newsletter, What’s Bruin in Baldwin

    Please enjoy the March issue of Inside Baldwin UFSD by clicking here.

    Baldwin Union Free School District is proud to announce that the National School Boards Association (NSBA) has recognized Baldwin High School’s Education Academy as a 2023 Magna Award winner. As a winner in the 29th annual awards program, the district was selected for its commitment to innovation and equity in education. Baldwin UFSD is one of 18 winners — three Grand Prize winners, nine Silver Award winners, and six honorable mentions — across the nation receiving this honor.

    The Long Island Volunteer Center (LIVC) will be holding their prom boutique event on Saturday, April 22, from 9 AM – 3 PM, at the David Mack Center for Training and Intelligence in Garden City. This is an event where high school students in need can select prom attire and accessories -- all free of charge. There will be a wonderful array of items for them to select from – gowns, men’s suits/tuxedos, men’s dress shirts, ties/bowties, dress shoes, evening bags, costume jewelry -- just to name some of the items they will find at the event. See the attached flyer for more details. 

    • Seniors: if you're interested in attending the senior trip permission slips can be in the Main Office. Also, do you plan on attending the prom, if so, please come to the first pre-prom meeting on Monday, March 27 at 7 PM in the auditorium you must attend with a parent. If you cannot attend that one, the second one would be Wednesday, April 26 at 7 PM in the auditorium. In order to attend the prom you must attend one of the two meetings. Please see Ms. Sherman if you have any questions. 
    • Challenger Basketball Team - save the date for Tuesday, March 28 for the final Challenger Basketball game against our rival Oceanside.  Come cheer on the team at their last game. 
    • Attention AP students- It is time to pay for your AP exams.  Information about payment is on the school website.  Go to the HS page, click on For Parents/Students and look for AP Testing 2023.  You must make your payment by Wednesday, April 5th.
    • Key Club is collecting paper goods for the Baldwin Bethany House. Please donate Toilet paper (1 ply - Scott’s or similar), paper towels, dinner napkins, plastic cutlery, plastic glasses, paper plates, Kleenex wipes, and sanitizing wipes. The collection bin can be found in the Main Office. 
      • Attention to all Baldwin Students! Nassau County Youth Police Academy is Back! Any Baldwin student who is interested in law enforcement or emergency response fields, there will be a Youth Police Academy held at the Nassau County Center for Training and Intelligence Building on Saturday April 1st from 9am-4pm.  If you are interested, please see Dr. Franza or Dean Tupot ASAP. 
        • Phoenix Magazine is looking for art, photography, poems and short stories for our beautiful spring magazine. See Ms. Liemer-Kelly in room 416A for details.
        • Open Mic Night: Poetry Club is hosting an Open Mic Night on Thursday, May 4th. If you are interested in performing, reach out to your English teacher, Ms. Miller, or Ms. McManus. To register to perform, you can scan the QR code on the flyer posted around the 600 building.


    Dr. Testa