BCS announces new drive for improved learning

BALDWIN – Baldwin Community  Schools have embarked on a determined journey to improve student achievement with new programs, technology and more support for teachers to help students.

This year, Baldwin schools saw an expected decline in math and reading achievement because of the increase in the MEAP proficiency standards set by the Michigan Department of Education.

A the Baldwin Elementary and Secondary  schools, building Principals Kathy Papes and Dan Bauer, respectively, have worked with their teams to put together action plans to improve student achievement. The Board of Education has moved to support better academic performance by approving the purchase of more laptop computers for students, math programs, and more teacher and support positions. Community partners continue to support the children and staff of Baldwin Community Schools.