About the SPSA

The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) is a document that lists specific student goals for the school year. The plan is created with the input from the teachers, staff, administrators, parents, and students. The plan is drafted by the teachers based on student performance data and identified areas of critical need. Then the draft is approved by the School Site Council and the Board of Education. The document is updated as needed with at least one revision at the beginning of the school year and another about halfway through the school year.

Below you can download a copy of the latest SPSA for each school in Baker Valley Unified School District.

School Year 2017-2018 SPSA

Baker Elementary School

Baker Junior High School

Baker High School

School Year 2016-17 SPSA

Baker Elementary School

Baker Junior High School

Baker High School

PBIS recognition award from the CA PBIS Coalition.

PBIS Silver Status Recognition

The Calfornia PBIS Coalition has recognized Baker Valley Unified School District for the success implementation of the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Program in all district schools. The Coalition has awarded the district Silver Status in the implementation process. Congratulations students, staff, parents and all community members on this great accomplishment.



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Tutoring will be available once the school year starts in August. Details regarding time and days will be posted once there are available.

Adult School

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Adult school is now in session. For more information regarding enrollment and program availability, please refer to our Adult School page.

Minimum Days

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Early release every other Wednesday. Please refer to the disctrict calenday for exceptions and details.

Parent Workshops

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Parent Workshops are offered once a month by the superintendent. We have had classes in homemade detergent, cheese, bread, and healthy cookies, waffles and pancakes.