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Back to School Reminders: Open House, Vaccinations, First Day of School


Here are a few reminders of upcoming events for the 2021-2022 school year.


Oak Hill Middle School & Baldwin High School Open House


Oak Hill Middle School and Baldwin High School will hold Open House on July 30th. Parents have the option to choose a morning or an afternoon time slot. For a complete list of Open House guidelines please click the following link: Open House Guidelines. Below you will find a copy of the schedule.




Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccinations


The Baldwin County School District is partnering, once again, with Atrium Health Navicent to provide COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccines during the Oak Hill Middle School and Baldwin High School Open House scheduled for Friday, July 30th. The mobile clinic will be located in the cafeteria at Baldwin High school. These vaccines will be available to students age 12 or older, Baldwin County Employees, parents/guardians, and family members. Vaccinations will take place from 9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. & 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.


BCSD Primary & Academy Schools Open House


Primary and academy schools will hold Open House on August 2nd. Parents have the option to choose a morning or an afternoon time slot. For a complete list of Open House guidelines please click the following link: Open House Guidelines. Below you will find a copy of the schedule.



First Day of School


The first day of school is set to begin Wednesday, August 4. On Tuesday, July 20th, the Baldwin County Board of Education approved the safety protocols for the 2021-2022 school year. The following infographic provides a summary of the safety measures and protocols that will be followed in our schools to help prevent the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus. We will continue to work collaboratively with state and local health officials in a concentrated effort to make informed decisions regarding the safety of our students and staff. Please note that these safety protocols are subject to change based on levels of community spread of COVID-19 as determined by state and local health officials.








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