2017 Annual Parent Involvement Survey for Parents of Children with Disabilities
Bus Drivers Needed

Bus Drivers are needed in Baldwin County Schools  

School Bus Driver Training Class will be held at The Maintenance and Transportation Building - 151 South ABC Street, Feb 28 and March 14:15 pm- 8:15 pm and March 10 and 11 from 9 am - 1 pm

Bring your drivers licenses and we look forward to you becoming a part of the Transportation Family!

contact sheba.nelson@baldwin.k12.ga.us or Donald.tuft@baldwin.k12.ga.us for more information


Please contact the Baldwin County Schools Transportation Office at 478-457-2405

Parent Information

The Baldwin High Local School Governance Team has a parent vacancy. If  you are interested in serving or would like to nominate a parent from Baldwin High School, please feel free to nominate him or her. The last day to take nominations is April 10, 2017. A link to the nomination form is below. All completed forms should be submitted to Mrs. Judy Harville.

Local School Governance Team Parent Nominee Form 


Parents, please help us by completing the survey below.  This information is needed to help with learning more about our school climate and how we can best educate your child. 

Parent Survey Link 


Parents the newsletter below is provided by BCSD Title I Family Engagement Program. This newsletter has tips for Parent Teacher Conferences. We hope you find this Nov/Dec. Newsletter informational.

Newsletter 


The Baldwin County School District is in the process of selecting a Director for the Baldwin College & Career Academy and is asking for feedback from all stakeholders as to the most important leadership qualities needed in the Director. Stakeholders should click on the link below to complete the survey.

Please contact Judi Battle, Director of Human Resources, at 478-457-3314 if you have any questions or need assistance.

Survey of Director for the Baldwin College & Career Academy 


Survey for Director of Baldwin College and Career Academy
Survey for Director of Baldwin College and Career Academy
BHS Important News

Welcome to Baldwin High School


Please click below for the Principal's Address

 

Principal's Address 


Baldwin High School's 2016-2017 Dress Code 


Listed below is the information about shirt colors that have been approved.  For


 the entire Dress Code information, please click on the link below. 

Girls and Boys (Shirts) Polo-type collared shirts, dress shirts/button down collared shirts, turtlenecks or mock turtlenecks of the following solid colors is permissible: Red, Black, White, Navy or Light Blue (solid colors with no designs). T-Shirts will not be allowed unless they have been pre-approved by the principal for school athletic teams and/or school sponsored clubs or events. Jackets - Any solid color - (Jackets or hoodies or other apparel depicting sports teams are acceptable unless

Click on the link below for the Dress Code

BHS 2016-2017 Dress Code 


 

Student Volunteers needed

Student Volunteers are needed to help with a Spring Carnival on March 25th.

If you are interested, please complete the form or stop by to see Mrs. Longino in the media center.

Spring Carnival Volunteer Form

Baldwin High School Announcements
Baldwin High School Fundraiser Opportunity for PBIS Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a proactive approach to establishing the behavioral supports and social culture and needed for all students in a school to achieve social, emotional and academic success. Our goal at Baldwin High School is to reward the students for their success in the classroom and at school.  You can help by providing the code when you shop at Office Max/Office Depot.  Thank you for supporting our students and teachers!

Office Depot or OfficeMax will  Give 5% Back To Our School On Qualifying Purchases!

Simply make a purchase of qualifying school supplies, provide our school ID: 70026285 at checkout and our school will receive 5% back in credits for FREE supplies! It can also be used online. 


Georgia Move On When Ready

Baldwin High School is a Move On When Ready School.  MOWR is a dual enrollment program for students to attend a postsecondary institution full-time during their junior and/or senior year of high school and receive high school credit and college credit simultaneously while attending college classes on the college campus, full-time. 

For more information contact the school counselors or visit the following link

  http://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/CTAE/Pages/Transition-Career-Partnerships.aspx

 

 

Baldwin High State of School Presentation

Click on the link below to view the State of School Presentation 

HB91 (About Graduation/Diplomas)

Click on the link below to find out about the law HB91 that Governor Nathan Deal passed on March 30, 2015. This law allows people who met all requirements but didn't pass the Graduation Test to receive their graduation diploma.  

For more information contact the school. 


Foothills Education Charter High School

Earn your high school diploma at night, tuition free with Foothills Education Charter High School. Please visit the Foothills website for additional information. The program is located  at Baldwin High School and opened August 2015.





Baldwin High School Parent Alert System

Dr. Williams would like parents to join Baldwin High School Parent Alert System.  

Please click on the link below for instructions.



 

PBIS at Baldwin High School PBIS Expectations

Our new behavior system is called PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention System).  Baldwin High School has developed a PBIS Handbook to help the students, parents, teachers, and staff be informed of the new Intervention System.  The handbook has clear expectations  of positive behavior for the key areas around the school.  Posters will be posted around the school to remind the students of the positive expectations that we have.  

Click on the positive thinking ball to view the BHS PBIS Handbook 


 

 

BHS Student wins the Keep America Beautiful Video Contest

Keep America Beautiful Announces Winners of
“How Will You…End Littering?” Video Contest


Two High School Students Receive National Award in Video Contest Focusing on Litter Prevention


STAMFORD, Conn. (Jan. 25, 2017) – The Grand Prize Winners were announced on Jan. 25, 2017 for Keep America Beautiful’s “How Will You … End Littering?” Video Contest, which was open to students from grades 9-12.


  • The 9th-10th grade category winner was Carter Rutledge, a 9th grade student at Daniel 1 Academy in Cookeville, Tennessee, with his submission entitled, “No Consequences.”

  • The 11th-12th grade category winner was Rachel Ray, an 11th grade student at Baldwin High School in Milledgeville, Georgia, for her submission entitled, “End Littering.”

 

The Grand Prize Winners received an all-expenses paid trip for two to the 2017 Keep America Beautiful National Conference in Washington, D.C. Their winning videos are being showcased in front of more than 400 attendees today. In addition, each winner received a GoPro Hero4 Black video camera and a $500 donation to their respective schools to support anti-littering activities.



Congratulations to the BHS Reading Bowl Team

Congratulations to the Baldwin High School Reading Bowl team. 

They placed 3rd place in the Middle Georgia Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl.  

A huge thanks to their coach, Mr. Stone, Assistant Coaches, Mrs. Dant and Mrs. Veazey. 


Congratulations to the BHS Tech Fair Winners
Congratulations to our Technology Fair Winners and all the students that participated!


3D Modeling/9th and 10th grade category

Tabitha Sewell--1st place
Audio Production/9th and 10th grade category
Noah Askew & David Gladin--1st place
Digital Photo Production/11th and 12th grade category
Kiara Daniels--1st place
Audio Production/11th and 12th grade category
Malik McFarland--2nd place/tied
Graphic Design/9th and 10th grade category
Amya Holsey--2nd place
Multimedia Productions/9th and 10th grade category
Nathan Brooks & Kane Worley--2nd place
Video Productions/11th and 12th grade category

Rodney Walker & Jason Carpio--2nd place



BHS Malik Clark and Ty'Christian Henry Make Their College Selections

The Baldwin High School Media Center was packed with family members, coaches, students, teachers and the media. They all gathered to watch two of our stellar student athletes commit to continuing their academic and

 athletic careers at the next level.  

Team captain, and defensive player of the year, Malik Clark committed to playing for the University of Louisville, while fellow team captain Ty'Christian Henry signed his letter of intent to play for Carson-Newman University.  Both of these young men have overcome tremendous challenges to succeed both in the classroom and on the field. We are very proud of what they have accomplished and are looking forward to watching them play at the college level.



Congratulations to the Wrestling Team

The BHS Braves wrestling team made history yesterday at the GHSA Area 3 4A Dual Championships at Cross Creek High School in Augusta. The Braves won the school's first area championship in wrestling. The win also places them in the GHSA 4A State Dual Championships meet this ThursdayFriday, and Saturday in Macon. This will be the first time the team will compete at the state tournament. The team was lead by Seniors Ezekiel Lilly and Duane Daniels, Sophomore Keeylone Sanford, and Freshman Chris Green who all were undefeated in the tournament.



BHS 2nd Semester Open House

Please join us on Jan. 12th from 5:00 - 6:30 to meet your child's teachers for the 2nd semester. 

 We look forward to seeing you at Open House.  

Congratulations to the Braves Basketball Team

Congratulations to the Braves Basketball Team for becoming the 2015 Volume Hyundai Tournament Champions!



Pursuit of Excellence Winners for BHS

Congratulations to the following employees who are the December 2016 recipients of the Pursuit of Excellence Award for the Baldwin County School District.


Ms. Leigh Ann Sowell
Lead Special Education Teacher at Baldwin High School

Ms. Leigh Ann Sowell is described as being professional, courteous and trustworthy. She is noted as being “student-centered” and making students her number one priority.  In addition to her dedication to students, Ms. Sowell is also commended on her ability to remain calm, positive and supportive even in the most challenging situations. Ms. Wolf gives Ms. Sowell very high praises for her flexibility with the recent transition to the GNETS satellite model. Ms. Sowell, you are a shining example of excellence!


Ms. Mary Tiedeman

Teacher at Baldwin High School

Ms. Mary Tiedeman is a veteran teacher and has been working with BCSD for the past 11 years.  She is described by her co-worker as being “generally concerned with the health and well-being of her colleagues at the High School”. During her years with BCSD, Ms. Tiedeman has served as a mentor coordinator at BHS and regularly encourages her colleagues with uplifting quotes. Her interest in the well-being of her colleagues inspired her to start a walking group on Wednesday afternoons. Ms. Tiedeman, thank you for modeling excellence!

BHS Student of the Month

 The following students have been selected as the Student of the Month for the month of

October. These students are exemplars of the Baldwin Braves’ PBIS Classroom Expectations

of being Be Brave, Be Honest and Be Successful. Please join us in congratulating 9th grader Treyvon, 10th grader


 Bridgette, 11th grader Brittany, and 12th grader Caleb.  




2016 - 2017 Baldwin High School Teacher of The Year

Congratulations to the 2016-17 Baldwin High School Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Pam Longino!!! Mrs. Longino has been an educator for 21 years, 19 of which have been right here in the Baldwin County School System. She is currently our Media Specialist and we are extremely proud to be represented by her. 



Kroger Community Rewards program for BHS
Just a reminder that if you have been a member or would like to become a new member of the Kroger Community Rewards program for Baldwin High School, you must re-enroll each year. Please visit www.kroger.com to get started. Baldwin High School's organization number is 53995.
Your purchases will begin earning rewards for Baldwin High School within 7-10 business days of registering your Kroger Plus Card online. (*NOTE: Enrolling in the Kroger Community Rewards does not affect any other Kroger Plus programs such as Fuel points, Free Friday Download coupons,etc.)
Sign up, at no charge, and start earning rewards for Baldwin High School. 
BHS Administration Staff

The Baldwin High School Administrators are available for the students, staff, parents, and community stakeholders.  Please contact them if you need help with anything or have any questions. 




From left to Right

Mr. Jarvis Price (Gifted & Testing Coordinator : AP )

Mrs. Markeeta Clayton (9th Gr. Academy & Curriculum: AP)

Dr. Cloise Williams (Principal) 

Mrs. Teresa Phillips (Director of Baldwin College & Career Academy: AP)

Dr. Henry Hankerson (504 Coordinator & Athletic Director: AP)

BHS Dress Code for 2016-2017

 

Girls and Boys (Shirts)

Polo-type collared shirts, dress shirts/button down collared shirts, turtlenecks or mock turtlenecks of the following

solid colors is permissible: Red, Black, White, Navy or Light Blue (solid colors with no designs). T-Shirts will

not be allowed unless they have been pre-approved by the principal for school athletic teams and/or school

sponsored clubs or events.


Please click on the link below for the complete dress code 

Baldwin High School's Dress Code 

Principal's Address

Please click on the link below to read the Principal's  Address from Baldwin High School's Principal, Dr. Williams.  


Principal's Address 

District Title I Family Engagement Survey

Parents, we need your help in completing the survey.  You can print it out, complete it, and return to the school at your earliest convenience.  If you don't have a way to print it, you may come by the school to pick one up.  Thank you for your help in completing this survey.  It is our goal to help all families with their child's education.  


District Title 1 Family Engagement Survey 

 

Georgia Milestones

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Georgia Milestones Parent Guides


 Parents, please click on the links below to gain access to the parent guides for the Georgia Milestones. 

These are great resources to help your child prepare for the upcoming tests. 

American Literature

Algebra I

Analytic Geometry

Biology

Coordinate Algebra

Economics

Geometry

Ninth Grade Literature and Composition

Physical Science

United States History

 

 

 

 


Teacher Information
School Menus

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Breakfast and Lunch menus
Administration

Dr. Cloise Williams,

Principal

Mrs. Markeeta Clayton,

9th Grade Academy & Curriculum

Dr. Henry Hankerson,

504 Coordinator & Athletic Director

Ms. Teresa Phillips,

Director of Baldwin College & Career Academy

Mr. Jarvis Price,

Gifted & Testing Coordinator

 

BHS Social Media Links

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