Day 5 of “I Spy”. Where am I?
Day 4 of “I Spy”. Where am I?
Reminder! There is no school this Friday. Teachers have a professional development day.
Superintendent Dr. Charles McNulty provides an update on the AMI instructional calendar for the remainder of the year. Pay attention the dates - there are differences for seniors and K-11 students. https://youtu.be/Oacm5U-vBJQ #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
Day 3 of “I Spy”. Where am I?
Day 2 of “I Spy”. Where am I?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVBDkVRxl7U We showed appreciation for Mr. Dewitt, our assistant principal, with a drive by caravan.
We will be sharing familiar images from Baker’s campus. Join along in a game of “I Spy”.
Don't forget this week's virtual spirit week activities! Show your school spirit and wear your school colors. Tag us so we can repost your picture. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
Arkansas Activities Association extended the "COVID-19 Dead Period" for all AAA member schools through May 30, 2020. This means that all teams are not allowed to practice, lift weights together, play games, or travel to competition. Athletic facilities are also closed. Spring sports competition remains suspended.
Check out this cute kindergartner! Tirzah is hosting her own Scholastic Book Fair at home. We love seeing this dedication to reading!
This is National Assistant Principals Week. Thank you to Baker Elementary Assistant Principal Dennis Dewitt. Mr. Dewitt is married with two children. In his free time he enjoys playing golf. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
STUDENT EXPECTATIONS FOR AMI INSTRUCTION: We understand that many families may experience challenges in scheduling. The most important expectation is completing and submitting assignments as close as possible to when they are due. Teachers will offer digital face to face lessons with students 2-4 days per week. Students should make an effort to attend live instruction. Sessions will be recorded. Download suggested student expectations and AMI schedules here: https://www.pcssd.org/o/pcssd/browse/119417
Children's Book Day Think about all the economics found in your favorite book. Did a character have wants, make choices, consume a good or service, use natural or capital resource, experience scarcity, or enter a marketplace? Let's keep the Economics going!
April 1st is "Once Cent Day". Enjoy these fun facts provided by Economics Arkansas: There have been 11 different designs featured on the penny. The U.S. Mint produces more than 13 billion pennies annually. There are more than 130 billion one-cent coins currently in circulation.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e99oZOykhcg&feature=youtu.be It's April 1st! Get ready to stretch with Mrs. Fields!!
The Maumelle Fire Department is turning to Facebook to show students and families some of their equipment this morning! Firefighters are broadcasting at 10 a.m. and will display their state-of-the-art firetrucks, gear, and the firehouse. It is a great opportunity for students to learn about their community and those who serve and protect everyday. #pcssdproud #equityandexcellence
It's Financial Literacy Month, and Economics Arkansas has MANY fun resources to share for students of all ages. Keep our commitment to Economics going. Follow this link for daily activities https://www.economicsarkansas.org/file_download/inline/d7ab5135-8ac0-4a4b-9483-3d0fef3ce5b7
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwOqlLchREQ&feature=youtu.be March 31st message and Story from Mrs. Campbell
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=711OTs_LQag&feature=youtu.be&disable_polymer=true Join Mrs. Bartels as she reads, "Twirly Pearly".