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   The mission of the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District is to create a safe, productive, and respectful learning environment that will meet the needs of all students to be lifelong learners.
The District will provide the facilities and resources necessary for students to become successful and productive members of society.
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LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

 
The last day of school for the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District 4K sites will be Thursday, May 19, 2016.
The last day of school for the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District K-12th grade students will be Tuesday, May 24, 2016 with dismissal times as follows:
 
            11:00 a.m.                 Viking Middle School                   
            11:10 a.m.                 Greenfield Elementary School               
            11:15 a.m.                 B-W High School                 
 
***There will be NO breakfast and NO lunch served on May 24th. ***
 
End of School Year Events
High School Awards Night – BWHS PAC
Wednesday, May 11@ 6:00 p.m.
Service Learning Day - BWHS
Wednesday, May 11
Syttende Mai Fun Run - Viking Middle School
Friday, May 13 @ 1:45 p.m.
Last Day for Seniors - BWHS
Wednesday, May 18
Greenfield Art Show - Greenfield Elementary
Thursday, May 19 - 5-7:00 p.m., Friday, May 20 - 8-3:30 p.m.
Greenfield Picnic and Variety Show
Monday, May 23
Last Day of School - All Schools
Tuesday, May 24
High School Graduation - BWHS
Friday, May 27 @ 7:00 p.m.
4TH GRADE STUDENTS GO TO GLOBAL DI COMPETION

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Destination Imagination (DI) is a competitive problem solving K-12 program.  DI creates an opportunity for fun hands on learning and fosters creativity, critical thinking and team work, among other skills needed to succeed. DI blends Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) with the Arts.  

"The Mindblowers”, are a 4th grade Greenfield Elementary  DI team that placed 1st at Regionals and 2nd at State, qualifying them for the not only National, but GLOBAL competition! 18 countries will compete as well as 46 other states. This is the first team from BW to attend Globals since the program began at BW over 10 yrs ago.  The team is working hard raising funds for registration, room & board, travel expenses, and daily events May 25-28th, 2016 in Knoxville, TN.  Please help support these 4th graders raise the estimated $10,000 needed for their team to attend a once in a life time opportunity.  Thank you!

 

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     Hard to believe that winter has passed already, I hope!  Now that spring is here, the end of the school year will not be far behind, especially with our early end date, May 24th.  It’s been awhile since we have been out of school before Memorial Day.  With all the spring activities, it will come fast.  Here are just a few of the upcoming events, two hour late start April 15th, Grandparents Day at Greenfield April 22nd, Prom April 23rd, AP exams the first part of May, Service Learning Day May 11th, Syttende Mai May 14th, Greenfield Art Show May 19-20th, last day of school May 24th, Graduation May 27th, June Bug Days June 11th, and numerous field trips.
     The summer will bring the big remodel at Greenfield Elementary.  If you have not been by Greenfield lately, the additional classrooms and gym are coming along nicely.  All the roofs are on, except for the gym, and floors are going in.  So far, we are on schedule and on budget, but there will be a time crunch with the remodel.  There is a lot of work to be done in a short period of time.  We will be remodeling the front entrance, the cafeteria, the library, and a few of the classrooms.  Preparation is already underway so I anticipate everything to go smoothly. 
     As one year ends, planning for the upcoming years is well on the way.  One of the topics that is always discussed is the school calendar.  In the past, schools were always required to attend 180 days that accumulated to so many minutes.  Two years ago the legislature removed the 180 days requirement.  We now just need to meet the minutes requirement.  Next year the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District will have 177 student days.  Some school districts have changed their calendar drastically.  They have reduced days by adding a couple minutes on to each day.  I struggle with this because even though school districts are meeting the minute requirement, I believe kids need to be in school a certain number of days.  I would, however, be interested in hearing what you think.  Therefore I will be emailing a calendar survey to each of the families in the district.  I hope you will take a few minutes to provide your feedback.  Make it a great spring!
 
 
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