Elizabeth M. Baker Elementary School

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  • Gordon Korman Book Order

    On Friday, ​December 6, 2019,​ students in grades 3-5 will have a special presentation by author,​ Gordon Korman​. Use the link to complete the book order form attached. The deadline for orders is ​Wednesday, November 13, 2019​.

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  • PTO News

    Miss Chocolate Fundraiser: Flyers were sent home with your children. If you would like to place an order online, please do so before December 15th. 

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  • Student Dismissal Process

    Read about these important changes.

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2019 Jump-a-Thon

  • Our 3rd Annual Jump-a-Thon was held on Friday, November 1st. Students and teachers showed off their jumping skills to help send qualifying Baker students to the GNPS Summer Program. Thanks to all!

Family Math Night

  • table at family math night
    Baker's kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students attended Family Math Night with their parents on Monday, November 25th. They enjoyed thirty different math games courtesy of the PTO, with assistance from Ms. Russo, Ms.  Minakyan, and a fantastic group of fifth grade volunteers. A favorite event is always the jelly bean guess, with one of our kindergarten students guessing closest to the actual number of jelly beans in the jar.

Ride For Life

  •  Mr. Pendergast with students

    Fourth and fifth graders are learning about the importance of overcoming obstacles from Mr. Pendergast. Mr. Pendergast has been fighting ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, for many years. This is his 8th year returning to Baker to teach students about the Ride for Life.  He is an inspirational individual who is helping to raise awareness for the ALS cause. 

Baker Podcasts

  • staff with book

    Baker Special Area teachers are introducing a new podcast series. Tune in to our first podcast featuring Mrs. Dooley and Mrs. Sullivan!


  • Fifth Grade students in Robotics Enrichment build and program robots to complete missions in the Natures's Fury robot challenge.

Music Happenings

  • students looking at music notes on SMARTboard

    Fourth grade students work together to write rhythm patterns on the SMARTBoard. Students were asked to use known rhythmic elements (quarter note, paired eighth notes, quarter rest and half note) to create as many four-beat patterns as possible. 

    students on instruments

    Fifth grade students in Ms. Alexandrou's class perform their compositions on xylophones, Boomwhackers and the keyboard. Students used rhythmic and melodic concepts learned in fourth grade to write their own musical pieces. Students will continue to revise, perform and conduct their compositions in vocal music during the coming months.

Baker Rock Garden

  • Staff creating rock display

    Look for the new inspirational rock display as you approach the Baker entrance!  Our Baker Family designed these rocks with motivational messages during our first Baker Pride Day.

Food Drive Donations

  • boxes filled with food donations

    Baker students collected over 500 donations to support the St. Aloysius Interfaith Food Pantry. The pantry feeds 50 to 60 families each week.  We thank our Baker family for your generous donations.


3D Crayon Containers

  • students at computer

    Students in third grade are designing and creating 3D printed crayon containers to donate to St. Mary's Children's Hospital.  Last year, grade three students donated to Cohen Children's Medical Center.  The containers are delivered with crayons donated by our PTO!

Baker Highlights

  •  Sometimes You Fly Book Jacket

    In the second of five books connected to our Habits for Life and "Baker Reads", the Baker family will be sharing "Sometimes You Fly" by Katherine Applegate. This is the heartwarming story of childhood persistance and the lessons you learn along the way.



    Mr. Lynch and Mrs. Cascino's class tracking the movement of the sun! Students were making observations and predictions about how the sun impacts shadows, and how they will change as the day moves on.

     students writing on flat screen

    Students in Mrs. Chatelain's class share their work on the multi-touch SMARTboard flat screens.