As a Community Service Project, Mrs. Schumacher’s student council incorporated the wonderful idea of creating Thanksgiving and Christmas goody baskets for the senior citizens of our community. They included several little cakes and a sundry of bright fruits, packed to the top with festive tr…

The team traveled to Huntley Project this past weekend in what was the final meet of the regular season. Those who placed in Huntley Project include the following: Rachel & Caleb Rost placed 2nd in Classical Duo. Jolyn Rost & Skylar Wall placed 6th in Dramatic Theatre. Olivia Gunders…

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The team traveled to Culbertson this weekend to compete under coach Austin Waldbillig. The students’ hard work led to Baker taking 2nd for the Drama sweeps. Coach Waldbillig said, “Everyone worked really hard this weekend. I am proud that these guys continue to show such dedication to their …

Mrs. Oberlander’s second grade class made snowman hats as their Christmas art projects. The students painted a can black and glued it to a black plate. To add the finishing touches, the students then wrapped silver ribbons around their hat and glued a white flower to their ribbon. Voila! A S…

Mrs. Spencer’s fifth grade completed their Christmas Around the World projects. After each student drew a different country from a hat, they were tasked with researching different Christmas traditions, food, and geographic facts on their country. The students were also asked to discover how …

When students and staff entered the halls of BHS on Dec. 20, they were met by the beautiful music of the BHS Choir and presented candy canes to complete their day. The choir has been very busy this season, performing for a multitude of events and groups to spread Christmas cheer.

Every year SADD has sponsored a “Wear Your Hat to School” on the last day of the year in December. The students and staff pay $1.00 for the opportunity to wear a hat of their choosing for the day and the money is then donated to the Community Cupboard. This year, over $40 was raised in this …

On Dec. 20, Mrs. Oberlander’s second grade class made a visit to Superior Care Villa in Baker. While they were there, each of the students had the opportunity to read books to the senior citizens. The students also decorated Christmas cookies with the residents. Overall, the second grade stu…

On Dec. 16, Ms. Kirschten, BPA adviser, traveled with the Plevna BPA students to Baker for the Regional BPA Meet. There were six students competing this year; Trinity Rieger, Ashley Sander, Brentan Beyers, Bret Edgell, Hadyn Mellon and Cooper Peterson. Trinity Rieger competed in Fundamental …