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   The mission of the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District is to create a safe, productive, and respectful learning environment that will meet the needs of all students to be lifelong learners.
The District will provide the facilities and resources necessary for students to become successful and productive members of society.

 News and Announcements


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On Monday, April 6th, the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District will be hosting our annual 4K Registration/Information night. The event will be held in the Performing Arts Center at Baldwin-Woodville High School.  The 4K presentation will start at 5:30 and last approximately 45 minutes.  The plan is to provide parents of prospective 4K students with the necessary information about our program. In addition, it offers us a chance to answer any questions that parents have about 4K in general. The required enrollment paperwork for 4K can be found by clicking HERE. It is also available at the Greenfield Elementary Office. Parents are welcome to bring completed paperwork with them to turn in on the 6th, or submit to the Greenfield Elementary Office at their convenience. Please be aware that we will also need to see a birth certificate to verify age when paperwork is collected.  In addition to registration, parents will also have the opportunity to visit our three sites that evening.

Open House will be held at our Community Preschool, Junior Hawks, and Kid’s View locations from 6:30 - 7:30 P.M. If you have any questions, or desire additional information, please contact Scott Benoy at the District Office. We look forward to seeing you at registration!



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As the summer comes to an end and the 2014-2015 school year begins, it is an exciting time for the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District.  Many building improvements have been completed and we are now ready to greet some sixteen hundred students as they come through our doors.  We have made preparations for state initiative, such as Educator Effectiveness, Smarter Balanced Assessments, and the Common Core State Standards.  Now we can focus on making sure every student feels welcome and leaves career and college ready.
One of the challenges we face at Baldwin-Woodville is actually a good problem.  As we continue to grow, we are running out of space.  Viking Middle School is full and Greenfield Elementary School is over capacity.  Currently every available space is being used.  Meeting rooms have been turned into classrooms.  Closets have been turned into offices.  As we progress throughout this school year we will continue to collect public feedback on, “What is the best direction for our school district?”
If you would like to be a part of this conversation, please look for one of our meetings or feel free to contact me at 715-684-3411 about this or another concern you may have.  

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School Forest Website
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