September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
Cancer doesn’t fight fair at any age, but perhaps no cancer is more emotionally devastating than those that occur in children. In the United States, cancer kills more children than any other disease; more than asthma, AIDS, congenital anomalies, cystic fibrosis, and diabetes combined. Parents need information, support and, most of all, hope. The fear and uncertainty these young patients and their families face can hardly be measured, but the Society is deeply committed to finding new answers that will benefit every child with cancer and their family.
The American Cancer Society has developed these documents for you to learn more. #baldwinproud
Parents – This is the time of the year for colds, flu and other childhood illnesses. A common childhood nuisance that is often seen is head lice. Anyone can get head lice.
Learn more what you can do and what you should do for prevention.
Online registration is now closed for returning students please contact your school for registration information.
Online registration for students new to Baldwin County Public Schools (never have been enrolled) is now open. If you've not visited our New Families page, please do. It offers a wealth of information. New students please see these links for more details on registration:
FREE & REDUCED MEALS. The 2019-2020 school year Free and Reduced Meal Application is now available online at www.bcbe.org/applyforlunch.
Parents, apply online as paper applications will not be sent home this year. If you have additional questions, please call 251-970-4402. #baldwinproud
Please be reminded that ALL VISITORS are required to present a current photo ID when being buzzed into the main building. You must show your ID and state a valid reason for entering the building before you will be allowed to enter. Visitors who cannot produce a current photo ID will not enter the building.
The Bullying Awareness and Prevention Community Night will be held on Thursday, October 10, from 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at the Daphne United Methodist Church Community Life Center. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will also be served for those in attendance.