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Baldwin County Schools will be undergoing system accreditation this school year. Accreditation is your assurance of Baldwin County’s academic excellence. Accreditation ensures a standard of quality among schools and universities around the world. It also validates the equivalency of diplomas and certificates to other accredited schools and universities. In addition, students in accredited schools become part of a worldwide network of quality institutions focused on student performance.
As part of this process, we need parents/guardians to complete the AdvancED/SACS survey focused on facilitating continuous improvement in our educational processes. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. The deadline is October 10, 2014.
In order to complete the survey, please click on the link below for your child’s school - Baldwin High, Oak Hill Middle, Blandy Hills, Eagle Ridge, Midway, and Creekside. http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/8927661
For Early College and Early Learning Center, please click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3NB9GRC
If you have more than one student in our district, you will need to complete a survey for each school.
Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated.
If you have any questions about this survey, please contact our technology director, Vickie Harmon at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 478.457.3313.
Thank you in advance for your participation.
Noris Price, Ed.D.
Baldwin County Schools
BHS Theatre’s production of “Nunsense” was named State Runner-Up at State AAAA One-Act Competition on Nov. 1 at Houston County High School.
This was the first time in decades that a production from Baldwin High School has won at the region level in order to compete at the state level, and they competed against some of the top theatre programs in the state. Cast included Chrissy Skinner, ShaTia Driskell, Mariah Manoylov, London Henry, and Shiteria Payne, and crew members were Ontario Williams, Landon Bell, Matthew Higgs, Morgan Atkinson, Allison Quinn, Brittany Quinn, and Danny Carver.
The show was under the musical direction of Mrs. Carroll, and it was directed and choreographed by Ms. Brock. Congratulations BHS Theatre!
Dr. Jeremy Dockery, Assistant Principal at Baldwin High School, was invited by STEM Georgia and the Georgia Department of Education to be a speaker at the Georgia STEM Forum in Athens, Georgia on October 21, 2014. His presentation "Using Contextualized STEM to Engage At-Risk Students" focused on how Baldwin High School is using an integrated STEM system called Learning Blade to engage at-risk students. The online system can be used by any teacher to expose students to high-demand STEM careers while reviewing academic standards. Use of this system with middle and early high schools has shown results in increasing Lexile reading scores and promotion rates.
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Sheila Boyington, Physical Engineer
Dr. Jeremy Dockery
Dr. Dane Boyington, Chemical Engineer
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