Baker competes in Forsyth

By Rachel Rost On Dec. 15, the Baker Spartan Speech and Drama team competed against 18 other teams in Forsyth for the Forsyth/Colstrip Invitational meet. Over half of the Spartans…

Merry Musical Christmas

By Katie Wang and Courtney Tudor Christmas is the time of giving. In light of the holiday season, the Baker High School Band gave the gift of music. As a…

~ Plevna Christmas Program ~

By Jenna Paul On Dec. 13, Mrs. Wagnon presented the community with the K-12 Christmas Program. The program kicked off with the third grade recorders playing Joy to the World.…

Spartan Sports Broadcast Live!

By Alissa Schell If you are stuck at home and unable to attend the latest Spartan basketball game, don’t despair! Baker High School has now joined the NFHS network and…

The Facebook Dilemma

By Courtney Tudor This past week, in preparation for an upcoming paper, the senior government class watched a documentary. The video had been released in October of this year by…

Christmas Concert

Baker Public Schools presents the annual Christmas Concert on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018. Performers include band and choir students in grades 5-12. Students will be performing a wide variety of…

Elementary Christmas Concerts

The students from Lincoln and Longfellow schools would like to announce their Christmas/Holiday Concerts.  The K-2nd grade students will perform their concert “Winter Memories” at the Longfellow Gym/Auditorium at 10…

Baker excels in Culbertson

By Rachel Rost On Dec. 8, Baker Speech and Drama competed in Culbertson against 16 other schools. Baker’s 14 competitors were entered into eight different events, seven of which saw…

Third grade and Bones

By Jessica Paul Third grade again had the opportunity to join the Anatomy and Physiology class for a lesson on bones. They learned the strongest bone in our body is…

Third grade demonstrations

Mrs. Benner’s third grade class recently participated in a project of public speaking. The students gave demonstrations on various activities. Aniya Barto showed the class how to make snowman puppets.…

December Harvest  of the Month

By Jenna Paul December’s Harvest of the month is carrots. Carrots are high in Vitamin A and Potassium, with only 27 calories per serving. Carrots can be prepared boiled, steamed,…

Choir sings at Bank of Baker

By Ashley Sander On Dec. 6, the Concert Choir traveled to the Bank of Baker to give a preview of their Christmas Concert songs. However, not everything went exactly as…

The AP English Coffee War, 2018

By Lena Kennel and O’Connell Qualley On Dec. 7, Mrs. Bettenhausen’s AP English class walked into a room filled with the delicious aroma of real Colombian coffee brewing. At least,…

Sophomores  Extract DNA from Bananas

By Ashley Sander The sophomore students in Mrs. Schumacher’s biology class have recently been learning about macromolecules in cells and DNA. They have focused on the four main macromolecules, which…

Plevna BPA

By Jenna Paul On Dec. 3, BPA members and Ms. Kirschten, Adviser, traveled to Baker for Regionals. There were 146 members competing in this region, which includes Baker, Hardin, Colstrip,…

Student Council

The Baker High School Student Council is busy preparing for the last week of school before the holidays. In addition to planning their annual Kangaroo Court, which is scheduled for…

Hour of Code

This week grades K-6 are participating in the “Hour of Code”. Grades 3-6 are having fun coding a ‘Dance Party’ by going to code.org/dance. Kindergarten and first graders are coding…

Ugly Sweater Day

Students and Staff at Baker High School and Middle School—dig out your ugliest Christmas sweater and wear it to school on Wednesday, Dec. 19! Last year, Maleah Graham and Courtney…

Montana Region 7 Leadership Conference

By Jayden Miller and Courtney Tudor Baker High School’s Business Professionals of America chapter again hosted the Montana Region 7 Leadership Conference. After weeks of preparation from the organization’s members…

Hour of Code

By Jenna Paul On Dec. 3, the Plevna students participated in an Hour of Code. Each class did a different program that related coding to their field of study. English…

Kindergarten community helpers

By Dacy Buerkle November 1, Mrs. Bidwell’s kindergarten class took on the persona of what they wanted to be when they grew up. Each student had the opportunity to dress…