Empowering All Students to be Successful
Summer Reading List
We are excited about the new school year. A reminder that all students should select and complete one of the books from the Summer Reading list by the first day of school, August 27th.
Listed below are the Summer Reading Lists:
General Supply List 2018-2019
We return for Summer Reorganization on August 6th. The school will be open for phone calls and visitors between 9 AM – 2:30 PM. Please note that we will be conducting summer registration and there may be longer wait times. We advise calling with any concerns or questions or using our website to navigate.
Summer Registration Hours
Registration for the new school year begins on August 6 th. Only new 7th and 8th-grade students and any 6th-grade students that did not attend Fox Chase, Anne Frank, Loesche or Comly must register for the new 18-19 School Year.
Registration is by appointment only between the hours of 9 AM – 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM- 2 PM. You can make an appointment by calling 215-400-3090 on August 6th or visiting the school in-person starting on August 6th.
Please make sure you have all the necessary documents when registering your student. See that list HERE.
Please bring the following:
- Students’ original birth certificate or passport
- Students’ final grades from the previous school
- Students’ current immunization report
- 2 forms of Parent photo ID showing your current address
- Utility bill – Gas, Electric or Phone only
- Notarized lease or original deed to the house you live
To find out more information about school enrollment, please visit the school district Enrollment and Placement website.
Report Cards 2017-2018
Report cards will not be mailed to homes. Report cards can be picked up by parents starting on August 6th between 9 AM – 2 PM. All report card grades are available via the Parent Portal. To find out more information please visit this Parent Portal website.
Tops & Bottoms:
Students are required to wear a navy blue polo shirt with khaki bottoms. Uniforms can be purchased at any retailer. Official Baldi Polo shirts, as well as other approved uniform shirts, will be for sale starting in mid-August.
Students must wear closed toed shoes.
Students are required to wear a gray shirt and black bottoms (shorts or pants) – Uniforms are available for purchase with the main office.
Notes on School Uniform:
Students may wear a navy blue cardigan or sweatshirt (no hoods). Students may wear any color long sleeve shirts under their uniform. All jackets and non-uniform related apparel can be worn to school but must be removed during the school day.
The Student Handbook for the 2018-2019 School here is under revision. Please reference last year’s handbook at this time.
Through a rigorous and integrated program of academics, world culture, and enrichment, C.C.A. Baldi Middle School challenges all students to discover their unique academic abilities and passions by empowering students with the skills and character for success in high school and beyond.
Students are enriched by working in diverse classroom communities and are called to become lifelong learners who develop their individual talents to better themselves, others and their community.
With a commitment to intellectual excellence, leadership, community, and challenging oneself, we strive to develop young people who always try their best, find joy in learning, stand up for ideals, and respond to the opportunities and challenges of our time.
➢ INSTRUCTION: Creating a culture of teaching and learning amongst students and staff, driven by student achievement, and focused on the continuous improvement of ourselves and our instruction.
➢ CLIMATE AND CULTURE: Building a consistent climate and culture for our students and staff through celebrating and promoting our school-wide values.
➢ ACCELERATION: Responding to the diverse academic needs of our students by using data and accelerated learning tracks to challenge and monitor student growth, specifically with our lowest performing 20% of students.
➢ COMMUNITY: Understanding individuals and the identities, experiences, values, and beliefs we possess, to continually grow our empathy and value for one another, students and staff, as unique people and partners.