ASB will sponsor a movie night for all elementary and junior high students on Thursday, March 13, 2014. Show times start at 4:30 pm. Come to enjoy watching a fun watching movie with your friend while having snacks.
Parents must accompany all students ages 11 or younger at all times.
The Baker to Vegas Challenge Race 2014 will be help on Saturday, March 22, 2014. The school activities for that week are the following:
- The Ice Cream Social hosted by the Sophomore class will be on Thursday, March 20.
- The Spaghetti Dinner hosted by the 7th and 8th grade classes will be on Friday, March 21.
- The Pancake Breakfast hosted by the Senior class will be on Saturday, March 22, the day of the race.
Community members are invited to participate in these events to support our students.
For more information about this event, please visit the Baker to Vegas Official Page by Clicking Here.
Parent conferences for Elementary School will be held on Tuesday, March 11th, and Wednesday, March 12th starting at 2:00pm each day. Both days will be a minimum days for all students, including elementary students. Parents, we look forward to seeing you.
In an effort to enlighten students about the negative effects of bullying, Mr. Natalie, a former counselor and anti-bullying expert, has agreed to present a four part anti-bullying workshop series to all students k through 12 in our district. The goal of the workshops is to help reduce the number of incidents related to bullying in our schools and the community. Mr. Natalie will start working with the elementary school students and move his way up the Junior High and High Schools.
Baker USD has kicked off its Reading Incentive Program with a spectacular dance performance by the superintendent and other staff members. The Reading Incentive Program's purpose is to teach the students in grades Pre-K-12 the importance of reading. There was a districtwide assembly this morning (10/08/13) in which staff members, high school students, and administrators got a chance to share with the younger students why they like to read and the impact reading has had in their lives. As part of the program, every student in grades Pre-K through 12 will create a contract with his or her teacher promising to read a set number of books by next spring. The students who fulfill their contract successfully with get the opportunity to participate in a celebration ceremony, which will include food, awards, medals, and, of course, books.
Good Lucks Baker Braves! You can do it!