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The BHS golf team hosted the Baker Invitational meet at the Lakeview Country Club on April 30. This tournament consisted of 69 golfers from the nine teams including Colstrip, Broadus, Wibaux, Forsyth, Fairview, Huntley Project, Lame Deer, Bowman (ND) and Baker.

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The Lady Spartan Tennis players had a busy past week, competing in three separate meets.

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The Junior High track team traveled to Miles City on the first of May. In Shot Put, Hugo Thielen threw 25’6”, Jordan Paul 24’7”, and Kali Dulin 23’5.75”, in Discus Hugo Thielen threw 63’9”, Jordan Paul 67’6”, and Kali Dulin 48’5”. In Long Jump, Jordan Paul jumped 12’5.5”, Trae Oberlander 14’…

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April 30, the High School track team traveled to Lambert.

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On April 25, the Baker Womencraft Club hosted a Mother and Daughter Tea for the graduating girls from the Baker and Plevna Schools. The girls were welcomed by a member of the Womencraft Club at the door, and then asked to sign the guest book. They then proceeded to choose a table and take th…

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On April 16, Mrs. Benner’s third grade put on their Famous Faces Museum. The students began this project with a discussion about people who have made a positive impact on the world. The students were tasked with choosing someone who they thought made positive changes to the world. They then …

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On May 5, 2021, students from Lincoln and Longfellow schools participated in the Bike to School Day.

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Kali Dulin was the only Plevna FCCLA member to compete virtually at State, placing 1st in the State with her Repurpose and Redesign project. She qualified for the National Convention, which will be held in Nashville, Tennessee June 27 through July 1, 2021. Congratulations Kali!

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Monday: Beef Gyro w/red pepper & garlic hummus, Greek salad, grapes

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On March 21, 2021, Montana State Science Fair took place virtually, there were several Baker High School students that participated; these are their following awards. The following students earned a silver award: Sayge Barkley, Sophia Dulin, Harveanna Lee, McKenna Griffth and Emilia Cuppy, A…

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On April 7, Plevna FFA members Dacy Buerkle, Jenna Paul, Chloe Tudor, Jaeda Paul, Sophia Schumacher, Maddi Butori, and Whitney Thielen, along with Adviser Mrs. Menees, made their way to Billings to participate in the 91st Annual Montana FFA State Convention. Upon arrival, Mrs. Menees and Jen…

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High School Music Festival was held specifically for Baker students here on April 15 and 16. Out of the 36 performances, 33 scored a one. Out of the 33 that scored a one, 3 of them received a 1+ or a perfect score. All of the events that scored a one would have moved on to state with that ev…

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April 7, 2021, while gathered at the State Convention, the Plevna FFA officers met to discuss the April FFA activities.

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After applying in early February, Jenna Paul learned that she received the Montana FCCLA’s Leadership and Service Scholarship. She was recognized at the State Conference on April 15 for her hard work and dedication to the organization through the years. Congratulations Jenna, we are so proud…

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Sydney Kirschten, a senior here at Baker High School, attended the FFA State convention this past week with the hopes of gaining a role on the state officer team for this next year. With great excitement, Sydney was chosen as State Parliamentarian, which she will assume for the 2021-2022 yea…

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Monday: Uncrustable, celery & carrots, banana, chips

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The golfers of Baker High School were very busy during the second half of this last week. The Johnny Walker Golf Invitational at Pryor Creek Golf Club took place on April 8, and the Colstrip Golf Invitational was the next day on April 9.

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On Feb. 6, the USSYP Program notified me that I was selected as one of the two delegates to represent Montana in the 59th Annual United States Senate Youth Program.

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After State FFA, the high school track team traveled to Glendive for their second track meet of the year. Dacy Buerkle placed 23rd in the 100 m dash and 17th in the 200 m dash. Sophia Schumacher was 37th in the 100 m dash and 26th in discuss. Chloe Tudor placed 21st in the 200 m, 3rd in 300 …

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On March 31, the kindergarten class were delighted with a wonderful surprise! Mrs. Bidwell provided sugar cookie decorating stations, and the students had a hay-day designing their pastel colored desserts. Mrs. Benner’s third graders enjoyed the task of hiding Easter eggs around the school p…

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Mrs. Benner’s Annual third grade Science Fair took place on March 26. Students had a wide variety of exhibits this year. Sparticus Lai made Thermochromic Slime, Jaelle Kilsdonk presented a Bubble in a Bubble. Sophie Mellon created her own Lava Lamp and Karst Rose made an Invincible Balloon! …

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The Lady Spartan tennis players hosted Miles City and Forsyth at home on April 1, for their first meet of the season. It was a great sunny day to start off the spring season, other than a few strong wind gusts, as to be expected here in Eastern Montana. There were 16 singles matches and 5 do…

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Mrs. Sparks’ sophomore English class recently presented their third quarter demonstrations. Students have been learning about the structure of a good speech, as well as working on their public speaking skills this year by presenting informative and persuasive speeches. Students used a velcro…

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On March 26, Mrs. Menees traveled with FFA members Dacy Buerkle, Jenna Paul, Chloe Tudor, Jaeda Paul, Maddi Butori, Whitney Thielen and Sophia Schumacher to Missoula for the Floriculture and Vet Science competitions. The group departed at 8 in the morning, and made a quick detour in Billings…

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After a disappointing turn of events last year preventing the Baker High School golfers to compete, the golf team was ready to get out and attend meets.

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The following students were chosen as “Spartan of the Month” for this March. All students were chosen by their teachers for portraying admirable qualities as Baker Spartans.

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The High School physics class has been working through momentum and force equations.

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March 16, Mrs. Menees, adviser, and the meat judging team traveled to Glendive for their competition. Upon arrival, Dacy Buerkle, Chloe Tudor, Brentan Beyers, Sophia Tudor and Kalob Bollinger competed in individual knowledge tests. Following this, the FFA members were split up into groups an…

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On March 12, the physics class journeyed down to the Senior Citizens Center. After a little visiting, they uncovered the pool tables and racked the balls. They split into two groups: Trinity and Ashley were a team and they played Dean Alford. Jenna Paul and Dacy Buerkle competed against each…

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Mrs. Spencer’s fifth grade students learned about the parts of a cell and their functions.

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The National Honor Society inducted three new members, Hallie Flint, Walker Hadley and Kacee Moore on March 18, at the High School gymnasium.

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Students in Science and Technology classes this past week had the opportunity to hear from the “STEM guy” and his crew firsthand. Sergeant Steve Webber (STEM guy), Sgt. Tanner Steinke and Sgt. Justin Qualley of the Montana Army National Guard brought presentations and activities for students…

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On March 17, or Saint Patrick’s Day, Mrs. Bidwell and the kindergartners celebrated Green Day by making leprechauns and eating gold colored licorice and Rolos! March 17, was actually the day of St. Patrick’s death; he was captured from his home in Britain at the age of sixteen. He was brough…

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Grains, such as barley, oats, rice, cornmeal and wheat, are the Harvest of the Month for March. Whole grains contain the entire grain kernel, bran, endosperm and germ, which allows a more nutrient density. The innermost center is oily and contains Vitamin E and B, healthy fats, proteins and …