For the past few weeks Mrs. Johnson’s 6th grade class has been working hard on creating an Ancient Eygyptian exhibit for the O’Fallon Historical Museum. Along with studying the many elements of Egyptian society, students took a closer look at items that may have been found in Egyptain tombs.…

Mrs. Benner’s Third Grade class recently learned about cinquains. These are poems that use a five-line pattern.  Each student was tasked with writing some of their own unique cinquains. We will share a couple every week.

On Wednesday, November 11th the Baker High School Seniors participated in a “Find Federalism at BHS” Scavenger Hunt. During the 1st, 5th, and 7th period Government classes the seniors ventured out to find QR codes that were placed around the school. These places were chosen by Mrs. Hoverslan…

Tuesday, November 10th Melissa Rost from the Fallon County Museum in Baker, generously traveled to Plevna to enlighten a variety of classes on Native American History for Native American History month. The first class she visited was Mrs. Benner’s Third Grade. The next presentation was Mrs. …

With fall and almost winter in full force this season, along with many of our favorite activities being cancelled or postponed due to COVID, some of us are needing an alternative activity to fill our time. For some, curling-up with a nice book in the cold months is just the activity to do th…

Wednesday, November 11th we celebrated Veteran’s Day in honor of the men and women that sacrifice so much to protect our wonderful country. In honor of these people, the Second Grade Class and Mrs. Thielen in Band cut out paper poppy flowers to distribute to the Preschool through Fifth Grade…

Jessica Criss made the journey to Plevna on Wednesday, November 11th.  Ms. Criss is a 2019 MSU graduate in Equestrian Science and won the 70th Miss Montana Pageant! She presently teaches beginning English Equitation and is a dance teacher in the MSU country swing dance club, as well as a you…

Leading up to Halloween, Mrs. Phelps set up a Halloween theme obstacle course. The first station was Eyeballs on a Spoon Race, where students race to a cone, circle the cone, and race back to their spot. However, if they drop their eyeball they have to restart! Next was Pin the Nose on the J…

Mrs. Benter’s fifth grade class had the chance to visit the O’Fallon Museum for a social studies activity to learn about Native Americans after finishing their unit in class.

On Nov. 6, the Terriers came to Plevna for some basketball. The elementary girls’ did not have enough players for a game.

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The past couple of weeks have been a little hectic for students and teachers as COVID cases have been on the rise in our community. Many students have had to shift to full-time virtual learning and handle their day-to-day schooling much differently. Students who are learning from home must l…

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Results from the yearly held “Penny Wars” were announced this past week. Put on by Student Council, this money is raised by each class and then donated to the local Community Cupboard.

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As we were able to finally leave quarantine for the first time in months, one of our first thoughts was, “can we get together and have open gyms?” Once we were granted access we didn’t take any days for granted.

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Monday: Corn dog, baked beans, celery w/peanut butter, applesauce

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For the first time in 35 years, Plevna traveled to the 2C District Tournaments in Glendive to compete in volleyball.

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Mrs. Benner’s third grade class recently learned about cinquains. These are poems that use a five-line pattern. Each student was tasked with writing some of their own unique cinquains. We will share a couple every week.

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On Nov. 1, we all set our clocks back and gain an hour in our days.

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Last Friday, on Oct. 23, the Baker Spartans traveled to Colstrip to face off against the Colts for the last game of the regular season.

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The sophomore biology class recently completed a lab on osmosis. The students used eggs to represent the cell, and how water moves across cell membranes. They were each given an egg and several different liquids. They then submerged the eggs into the different liquids to see how they affecte…

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October 22, the kindergarten class and Mrs. Bidwell had a Popcorn and PJ party! They watched Leap Frog Letter Factory, which is about a factory that writes letters that say the sounds they make, and enjoyed popcorn. Not only did the outside weather make the cozy pajamas and popcorn quite enj…

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On Oct. 12, the Wibaux Longhorns came to play the rescheduled volleyball game. The varsity game started with 11-25 in the first match. The second match followed as 7-25. The third match ended with 12-25, leaving the Longhorns with the win.

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On Oct. 23, the junior high teams traveled to Jordan to take on the Mustangs. The elementary girls’ started the day of games with a loss of 2 to 32. In the following game, the elementary boys’ lost 15 to 20. The junior high girls’ won with a final score of 21 to 16. The junior high boys’ los…

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After testing was cancelled in the spring and early fall, the senior class finally had the opportunity to take their ACT on Oct. 20. The ACT first started as a way to measure knowledge rather than potential, compared to its equal testing system the SAT. It is a common entrance exam used by c…

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The Baker High School child development class is currently learning about the importance of human brain development. Starting out as infants, we are born with billions of neurons that work to make connections and increase learning capacity of the brain. The first three years of an infant’s l…

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On Oct. 20, the Baker Spartan football team hosted the Wolf Point Wolves for a rescheduled game. With snow on the field and fans bundled in blankets, the boys held their last home game of the 2020 regular season. Although cold, spirits were high as the Spartans scored touchdown after touchdo…

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On Oct. 8, the Plevna FFA Chapter came together for their monthly meeting.

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With the ambitious guidance of Mrs. Schumacher, the junior chemistry class conducted a flame lab. The first step of the lab was mixing each of the chloride substances with water to generate single mole substances. After making sure it is mixed completely; Chloe Tudor and Brentan Beyers added…

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Mrs. Schumacher’s eighth grade class is studying how batteries work.

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Students had quite a busy and exciting Homecoming this past week! There were definitely some changes this year, but overall students were grateful to still get to have the opportunity to experience it with one another!

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Baker High School has always tried to stay up-to-date with technology so both students and teachers can experience the latest innovations in the classroom. This past week was a prime example of this, as computer class students were able to practice operating drones during class time. With th…

Mrs. Oberlander’s second grade has recently been learning about how plants transfer water and nutrients. Following the lesson, the students performed an experiment to show what they had learned. They were tasked with putting a piece of celery in water colored with food dye. The students then…

On Oct. 7, the Plevna FFA Officer Team gathered in the Ag Classroom to discuss the upcoming Chapter Meeting. They discussed agenda items including a Livestock Committee Report, the plan for John Deere Ag Expo, upcoming fundraisers, upcoming workshops, and the District Leadership School and N…

The earth science class is learning about the earth’s many aquifers and estuaries. Estuaries are where salt water meets fresh water, this forms a transition zone between river environments and marine environments called ecotones. Aquifers are a body of permeable rock, which can contain and h…

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On Oct. 5, in the high school gymnasium, parents and audience members were spread out at COVID-friendly distances in order to attend the coronation ceremony this year. Homecoming candidates anxiously waited in suspense, to see who would be crowned the king and queen for this 2020 Homecoming event.

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Students at Longfellow are working on solving their problems in unique ways. With help from a little guy named Kelso the frog, younger students were able to explore their feelings this past week.

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The Baker Spartans traveled to Huntley on Oct. 2 and were eager to take on the Red Devils. The Spartans put up a strong fight, but sadly were defeated 40-6 at the end of the night.