Dr. Helen Baldwin Middle School

Dr. Helen Baldwin Middle School Mission Statement: 

As an integral part of the Canterbury community, Dr. Helen Baldwin Middle School is committed to preparing our students for an ever-changing future. Through our supportive and nurturing environment, our focus is on developing our students to become respectful and impactful members of a global society; to become advocates for those in need while seeking opportunities for self-improvement; to be adaptable and resourceful in their learning and experiences; to develop a passion for learning through investigation and inquiry; and to always be mindful of where they have come from and where they are going.  

Our Core Values and Beliefs:

DHBMS students, parents, and staff will demonstrate excellence through having respect for ourselves and others, developing meaningful and positive relationships in order to better our community, and showing responsibility through our character and actions.

News & Announcements:

 

BMS Summer Letter June 2022

Family Letter June 3, 2022

 

8th Grade Specials Sign Ups

7th Grade Specials Sign Ups

DHBMS Student Handbook

 

 

important dates

Please be sure to check the calendar on the left of this page for district events and information or click on the specific event below for more info

JUNE:

8th-Last day of school/Early Dismissal 1:00 pm

14th-BOE Meeting (Town Hall) 7:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

powerschool

Parents at the Baldwin Middle School have the ability to create an account and access the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Please use the PowerSchool Parent Portal Log In Guide for step by step instructions. You must create an account if you are new to PowerSchool before trying to log in with your credentials. Please email the school if you have any questions.

 

2020 Opening Day Information Packet

 

 

stop bullying

The Canterbury Public Schools Safe School Climate Plan is developed and addresses the existence of bullying in its schools. A core component of preventing bullying and creating an environment that is safe for all is the ability for students to anonymously report acts of bullying and teen dating violence to school employees. Students can use the reporting form below or can text information to the school bullying reporting hotline at (401) 992- 4132  or simply write down the information and share with a teacher or administrator. Both online forms of reporting are directed to a school administrator who will follow the procedures and protocols in compliance with the Canterbury Public Schools Safe School Climate Plan.

Link to report of suspected bullying: Click here