Baker ended Red Ribbon Week with "Catch my Swag"! Check out Baker's swag.
A big shout out to the kindergarten crew for planning and creating the "pumpkin patch" experience for Baker's kindergarten students!
Today is Election Day! Remember to stop by your local election site to vote in the annual school election on PCSSD's bond restructuring! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
Tomorrow is election day! Don't forget to head to your polling location to vote in the annual school millage to restructure our current bonds. More details on the vote as well as poll sites can be found online: https://www.pcssd.org/page/building-for-the-future
“Check our Swag. Too cool for drugs!" Dr. Whitfield and 1st grader, Emily are all swagged out and too cool for drugs!
Who's your favorite book character?
Name that book character!!!
Baker's 2nd graders decorated pumpkins based on a favorite book character.
After learning about the 5 senses, Mrs. Cunningham's KinderCrew used their "Sense of Sight" to explore 4 or more things in the Outdoor Classroom!! #BakerRocks
Mrs. Cunningham's Kinder Crew is "Red Ribbon" ready and Pledge to Be Drug Free!!!
Good evening Baker Families, The theme for tomorrow is "Our Dreams are TOO BIG for Drugs!” Wear your comfy, dreamy, school-appropriate pajamas to school!
After learning about the types of food Charlotte and Wilbur eat and how Templeton was allowed to take the dud egg, Mrs. Garmon threw in a little economic decision making with the kids. The were required to answer the question and tell why!!!
Mrs. Henry's math students use the analogy of the iceberg to describe the work you don't see that goes into the problem solving process.
Mrs. Bartel's Kindergarten students have been busy studying the life cycle of pumpkins first hand in Baker's very own pumpkin patch! They have been making seasonal observations in the outdoor classroom, conducting interviews, and graphing information.
Art students at JOE T. ROBINSON HIGH are learning the process of printmaking by making their own spooky images and transferring them paper. Great work, students! #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
Mrs. Whitten's kindergarten class visited "Baker's Drug Free Pledge Tree" and pledged to live a drug free life!!!
Good evening Baker Families, The theme for tomorrow is "Red-y to Live a Drug-Free Life," so be sure to show your commitment to being drug-free by wearing all red tomorrow.
Tie dye, tutus, and tennis shoes…. Supporting Red Ribbon Week at Baker Elementary!