Baker Elementary News
Important information for families about upcoming events.
Information About Upcoming Events
Wednesday, October 13th- Caps for Cancer
- Wear a hat for a donation
Friday, October 15th- Kindergarten Walking Field Trip
Monday, October 18th and Tuesday, October 19th- eLearning
- students will not attend school at Baker, but will do virtual work for attendance
Monday, October 18th and Tuesday, October 19th- 3:30-7PM Parent Teacher Conferences
- Please call the office to schedule if you have not done so already
Wednesday, October 20-Sunday October 24- Fall Break, No School
October 25-29th- Pumpkin Decorating Contest
- Students may bring in a pumpkin for the contest to be displayed
- Judging and pumpkin pick up will be on Friday.
October 25-29th Red Ribbon Week/Dress Up Days
- Monday, October 25 - Don't Let Drugs Turn You Inside Out! (wear your clothes inside out/backwards)
- Tuesday, October 26 - Give Drugs the Boot! (country/camouflage day)
- Wednesday, October 27 - Drug Free Looks Like Me! (wear RED for red ribbon week)
- Thursday, October 28 - Peace Out to Drugs! (wear tie dye)
- Friday, October 29 - Doing Drugs Will Haunt You Forever! (wear your Halloween costume)
Wednesday, October 27th
Pennies for Pink Ribbons
- Make a donation for a pink ribbon to decorate for our display
Fall Picture Retake Day
- Please contact the office with retake questions
Friday, October 29th
- Fall Parties
- Parade at 1:30
Fall Party Update
Fall parties will still take place at Baker, and will include an outdoor costume parade (weather permitting) that will also be streamed via Facebook Live as we did last year.
Once the parade route has been finalized, teachers will send home more information.
Students may wear a costume to school, as it also aligns with our Red Ribbon dress-up days. This needs to be something that can be worn all day. As you plan your child’s costume, please keep these guidelines in mind:
- Nothing violent or scary in nature as we are a K-2 building and we need to maintain an environment where everyone feels safe.
- No makeup is to be applied at school.
- We ask that you do not apply hair color, glitter, or other products that could rub off on our facilities and equipment.
- Shoes need to be school-appropriate as we will still have recess and other times that involve movement.
- No weapons, blood, or pretend-play items that would not typically be allowed on a normal school day.
Temperatures are changing!
If you do not yet have a coat, hat, or gloves for your child and are in need, please contact Mrs. Bruss, our Communities in Schools Liaison at TBruss@randolphcentral.us. We are blessed to have a large selection of these items available to give to students, and want to make sure we distribute them all!