Baldwin-Whitehall School District
Number of Students
Free and Reduced Lunch
Students with Access to High Speed Broadband
K-12 Students with Access to a Personal School-provided Device (1:1)
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Rethinking traditional library spaces: Baldwin-Whitehall has redesigned its elementary library spaces to provide students with opportunities to work on projects that use video production equipment and a green screen, an imagination area equipped with robotic kits, a mobile makerspace, and Lego kits. These spaces enable Baldwin-Whitehall to provide programming in the areas of coding, robotics, making, and design.
Leveraging digital portfolios for student learning: As a local graduation requirement, all students must present a digital portfolio that reflects their personal insights about their growth and learning to a panel of educators and community members.
Galvanizing the community through community-based events: The district has hosted a K-8 STEAM night, an annual TED event for students, and an early childhood extravaganza that connects resources from community agencies, schools, and individuals that support families with young children.