The closure of schools across the state has forced Baker to postpone its planned activities.
The math meet that had been scheduled for March 17 has been postponed, along with the staff blood draw and the after prom party luncheon.
The end of the third quarter at the school is still March 20.
The activities planned for the following week have also been postponed, including the parent-teacher conferences scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, along with a planned tennis match against Glendive and the Prom scheduled for March 28.
According to a post on the school’s Facebook page, Baker will be offering meals.
“We will be offering “grab and go” breakfast and lunch for any student who would like to have one.
Breakfast will be ready for pick up weekdays from 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Lunch will be ready for pick up weekdays from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
“Please use the South lunchroom entrance. Staff will be excited to see you and provide you with your meal to go,” the post said. The meal plan will extend from March 17 through March 27.
In addition, the school posted that the Rec Center as well as the gymnasiums will remain closed to the public (including FOB access) during the mandated closure issued by Gov. Bullock.
The Montana High School Association (MHSA) has announced that all spring activities will be indefinitely suspended until further notice. This includes practices and contests/meet/festivals.
The Executive Board will reevaluate this situation on April 13. Additional information regarding spring activities will be provided as it becomes available, the school’s Facebook post added.