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Community Activities

Since its inception, the group has organized the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School Poster Contest. Winning posters are displayed in the Baldwin District Office throughout the month of February.

In 1986, the Concerned Parents of Baldwin expanded their philanthropic interest by instituting the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award.  This award is given annually to a Baldwin Senior High School Junior or Senior who exemplifies the ideals of Dr. King.  Beginning in 2009, eligibility requirements for this award were extended to Baldwin Middle School students.

In 1993, the group began awarding monetary scholarships to Baldwin Senior H S African-American students who achieved academic excellence and demonstrated an awareness and sensitivity toward their community and others.

To date, the organization has given over 50 scholarships of $250 to $500 to deserving students.

The organization also provides a forum for parents to network and to share information about educational opportunities and resources for Elementary, Middle and High School students.


Next activities will include: 
  • The annual MLK event in the Baldwin High School Auditorium (Thursday, January 16, 2020, at 7:30  PM) 
  • MLK Poster Contest in District Office Gym (Thursday, January 30, 2018 at 3:45 PM) 
  • Participants should check for preparation and rehearsal dates.
  • Humanitarian Award Essays and Applications (High School and Middle School) are due by December 20, 2019. 

Calendar, mail, webpages: Mail is picked up at cpob-at-cpob-dot-org  cpob all spelled out, and without hyphens, with correct punctuation instead of the words.Go to mail-dot-cpob-dot-org (with proper punctuation) but note that the id is the mailing address above and the password is cpob with only one of the four words spelled out and other appended secret word unknown to all users(except those on the private mailing list). That same manages the site control panel for users. For calendar and site, use cpobaldwin-at-gmail-com as the login and the pw is cpob with two other words spelled out (and other secret word appended unknown to all users (except those on the private mailing list). Go to sites.google.com first, then login with cpob(1) and pw cpob(2). Actual passwords to not exist on this site, they are communicated separately. The simplest way to break into the site is to go site normally, then use the sign in link at the bottom:That takes you to sites.google.com/site/cpob(4)/home/activities From there you will be able to click on the pencil/edit icon which lets you begin editing the page.
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