Baker Noon Duty Supervisors Needed
Paid, part-time position for 1-hour per day from 11:50am to 12:50pm.
Call Mrs. Dwyer at 874-3213 if interested.
District English Learner Advisory Committee
What? DELAC meets three times a year to discuss parent involvement
opportunities/strategies and to seek input from parents regarding the
education of their children. Meetings are in English and Spanish.
Who? All parents of English Learners are invited to attend. Free babysitting is
When? September 17 (8:45-10:15 am) Special Guest Presenters from the Healthier Kids
January 28 (8:45-10:15 am)
April 21 (8:45-10:15 am)
Where? Anderson Elementary School
4000 Rhoda Drive
San Jose, CA 95117
Other Exciting News: This year, we will also be having two DELAC Parent Evenings.
Please mark your calendars for October 15 and April 28 from
5:30-7:00pm. More details coming soon!
We hope to see you on Thursday, September 17!
The school provides a family-oriented, nurturing, and safe place for students to learn, grow, and develop intellectually. Teachers, staff, and administrators continue to act on the principle that students come first.
Baker School is very pleased to have been named a 2002 California Distinguished School, a proud honor for the entire Baker community. We believe this award affirms an ongoing renewal process that began long ago and that reflects the talents and dedication of many students... Read more
Baker School is responsible for your children during school hours. Parents or guardians must “sign out” children for any appointment during the school day.
Since Wednesday is a shortened schedule, many parents check out their children prior to lunch. If you are planning to check out your child early for lunch, plan to arrive at school by 11:30 a.m. Once you have signed out your child, the office staff will give you a Pass to present to your child’s teacher. Once you have picked up your child, we ask that you leave campus and not play on the playground. Students who are not picked up by 11:40 a.m. will participate in our school lunch program and return to their classrooms at 12:30 p.m. to pick up their belongings. In order to properly supervise children and ensure their safety, they may not be checked out once they are dismissed for lunch. If you arrive after they have been dismissed by their teachers, you will need to wait until 12:30 p.m. to take them home.
If you have any questions about this procedure, please call the school office at 874-3200. Your child’s safety is important to us!
Wednesday Pick Up
If you arrive on campus on Wednesday before 12:30 pm, you must wait for your child at the tables under solar shade structures. For safety reasons, we do not allow parents to circulate with the students in the playground areas. Once the bell rings, please report to your child’s room to pick them up.
Every Wednesday through October we will have either Jamba Juice, Kona Ice or Yogurtland on site to sell treats for $3/each. A percentage of all sales goes back to the school.
Come Work With Kids!
Would you like to be more involved in your school? Do you have a few hours or a few days a week or month to work? We’re looking for people who are interested in working as substitutes in a variety of capacities:
If you’re passionate about helping students develop a love of learning and want to work in a supportive community of educators, we’d love to talk to you. Please stop by the district office or apply on EdJoin.org. For substitute teacher questions, please contact Alisa Johnson at 408-874-2910. For questions on other positions, contact Judy Ross at 408-874-2944.
Last spring, students in grades 3rd - 8th participated in the first CAASPP testing cycle for California. While scores will be available to the press the second week of September, individual student reports are not expected to arrive at Districts until the middle to end of September. The District Office will mail the individual students reports to families as soon as we are able, after we receive them from the state.
Performing Arts Information
This year our 3rd grade students will be participating in two periods of physical education each week. This additional period of physical education ensures that our students are meeting California's required minutes of physical education while providing a consistent program to all students. With this shift, the students will not be attending performing arts as they have in the past, so we will be increasing our music and arts instruction within the classroom to support a well-rounded curriculum. In addition, schools will work once again with Starting Arts to bring visual and/or performing arts to the students this school year. We understand that performing arts instruction has decreased in recent years so we will be reviewing our comprehensive school program to evaluate the effect on student learning of the Visual Arts and Performing Standards.
The MEF Pumpkin Patch is coming and we need YOU! Volunteer opportunities for adults and students starting with a community clean up day on Saturday, Sept 19th. (We especially need Dads!)
Go to: http://mef.ivolunteer.com and sign up today!