Abitibi Paper Retriever® 
Recycle Bins 

A community service project and a fundraiser for the Baldwin-Whitehall Council of PTA, Abitibi Paper Retriever® Recycle Bins are located at:
Baldwin High School - South Lot

Harrison Middle School

McAnnulty Elementary School

Paynter Elementary School

Wallace Building

Whitehall Elementary School - The bin is located in the soccer/baseball parking lot


    You can recycle: 
  • clean, dry newspaper
  •  magazines
  •  shopping catalogs,
  • office papers,
  • school papers 
  • and even mail
  • Paper maybe shredded and bagged. 

NO PHONE BOOKS, FOOD PACKAGES OR ANY TYPE OF CARDBOARD, PLEASE! 

NOTHING CAN BE ACCEPTED FROM THE KITCHEN OR BATHROOM. 

This may be done 24 hours a day/7days a week at any school building in the Baldwin-Whitehall School District. 


Please contact the 
           PTA Council President                   with questions and concerns...
Thank you for your support! 
   Welcome to
Baldwin-Whitehall Council of PTA 
every child.onevoice


Click below to enter a local unit of B-W Council of PTA


To place an order
lmpantone@comcast.net
Show your B-W Highlander Pride
Order  B-W school spirit items! 
Bear - $18.00
Earrings -$7.00
Door Hanger - $12.00
Keychain - $6.00
Metal Bookmark - $5.00
Click a PTA name to enter a local unit of the  B-W Council of PTA
    Click here to see the 
Baldwin-Whitehall 
School District 
Report Card 
2008-09
2009-10
Pennsylvania adopted the Common Core State Standards on July 2, 2010.

 
The Parents’ Guides to Student Success were created by National PTA in partnership with experts on the Common Core State Standards Initiative (CCSSI).

More than 40 states have adopted the Standards, which were created by teachers, parents, education experts and others from across the country.  The Standards provide clear, consistent expectations for what students should be learning in each grade in order to be prepared for college and career. 

PTA has been a leader on this work since 2009 when the work began in eight states to support the adoption and implementation of the standards.

 

This week, State and Local PTA Presidents in states that have adopted or provisionally adopted the standards will be receiving a set of the Guides. 

There is a guide for each grade, K-8, and two guides for high school – one for English and one for math(11 total).

The Guides provide the following:

   1. Key items that children should be learning in English and math in each grade, once the standards are fully implemented; 

   2. activities parents can do at home to support their child’s learning; 

   3. questions and topics parents can use to build stronger relationships with teachers; 

   4. and tips for college and career planning (high school only). 

The Guides are available in English and Spanish online at www.pta.org/parentsguides

While many states have adopted the Standards already, we are still in the very early stages of the implementation process.  This means that the standards are not yet in place at the district or school level.

As the Standards are implemented, PTAs can play a pivotal role in supporting their implementation at the state and district levels.

PTAs are encouraged to start having conversations with their State Departments of Education and their school district administrators about how PTA can partner with them on the implementation of the Standards.  They can also start educating parents about their role in supporting CCSSI.


“By providing these one-of-a-kind guides to families, we’re fulfilling the legacy of PTA. We’re empowering parents to stay ahead of the curve and take action for their children’s success,”; said PTA President Chuck Saylors.  

 Some of the audio from the webinar on 02-28-2011 is provided below.

Chuck Saylors, President of National PTA

Susan Pimentel, English Language Arts & Literacy

Jason Zimba, Math

Jason Zimba, Parent Guides

Melissa Yeoman, Ohio PTA
www.ptacommoncore.org 

Chuck Saylors, PTA and Common Core Standards

 Skyhawks 
After School Sports Clubs
  • Soccer                    
  • Basketball                
  • Flag Football
  •  Cheerleading

This page was last updated: January 31, 2014
The PA School Performance Profile serves several purposes:
Provide a building level score for educators as part of the Educator Effectiveness System
Provide parents with comparative measures for schools, neighboring schools, and schools across the state
Inform the public of the academic performance measures of each school, comprehensive career and technical center, cyber charter and charter school in Pennsylvania
Offer a resource for LEAs to communicate and compare performance, analyze performance indicators as related to achievement, and encourage best practice
Employ as an analysis tool to inform goal setting, planning, and allocating resources to improve student achievement
Compare performance to local schools
Compare performance to schools with similar demographics
Communicate performance to various constituencies

Click here to see the B-W results for 2012-2013