Baker Highlights


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School Happenings


Health Screenings


Health Screenings will be held on October 14th in the auditorium for the following grade levels:

3rd grade- 8 AM

1st grade- 8:45 AM

Kindergarten- 9:30 AM

6th grade girls- 10:15 AM

6th grade boys- 11:30 AM



Homecoming Representatives 2014


2014 Homecoming Representatives

6th- Bayleigh Burlison

7th- Madison Newell

8th- Isabella Cain

9th- Hannah Burlison

10th- Carson Martello

11th- Lauren Steele and Mary Oglesby for Leadership


Homecoming Court

Josie Czarnecki

Jessica Dominguez

Samantha Gunter

Danielle Holloway

Alexis Mitchem

Hartley Moate

Allison Ramsey

Kyla Turner



Homecoming 2014


Homecoming is just around the corner!!  This is going to be an exciting time for everyone and I know you will want to be a part of something GREAT.  Take a moment to read over the homecoming guidelines and invitation.

Theme:  Frozen in Time 

Who:      All High School Students and their dates (see the following guidelines about dates)

Outside dates will be allowed if the following criteria are met:

1)  Tickets are purchased and the names of their dates are given to Mrs. Springle before Friday, October 17th.   *Pending administrative approval.

2)  No middle school students are allowed at this dance (even if they are your “date”)

3)  Dates must be 20 years old or less.

When:    October 24, 2014 after the football game from 9:30pm-12:00am

Where:   Baker School Cafeteria

Tickets:  October 6th – October 21st ……..$10.00 per person

Dates must be approved before tickets can be purchased. 

Buy your tickets during these times in Mrs. Springle’s classroom (room 80):
Before school – 7:00-7:30am (no students will be allowed after 7:30)
Lunch (High School)
After school – 2:30-3:00pm (Mrs. Springle’s room)


1. The Homecoming Dance is semi-formal. For young ladies, formal/semi-formal dresses or Sunday type dresses are acceptable. For young men, you must wear proper button down shirts with collars or nice Sunday dress shirts. No tie is required. For everyone: no jeans, tennis shoes, flip-flops, midriffs or casual attire will be permitted. Tuxes and long formal gowns are optional. Inappropriately dressed students will not be granted entrance and refunds will not be distributed.

2. When you arrive at the dance you will be expected to come directly inside the building. There will be no loitering in the parking lot. 

3. You are not allowed to re-enter the dance after leaving. Once inside, don’t leave until you are leaving for the evening. No trips to the parking lot will be allowed, so come inside with your ticket  and snack money.

4. The dance will begin at 9:30 p.m. The doors will be locked until that time.  The dance will end at 12:00 midnight.

5. Only Baker students and their dates will be admitted. No middle school students will be allowed for this dance.

Dress Up Days

Monday, Oct. 20 – Teacher Workday

Tuesday, Oct. 21 – Camo Day

Wednesday, Oct. 22 - Color Day (see grade level for color)

  High School:  12 – Black; 11 – Pink; 10 – Blue;  9 – Yellow

  Middle School:  8 – Blue; 7 – Pink; 6 – Yellow

  Elementary School:  5 – Blue; 4 – Pink; 3 – Neon;  2 – Orange; 1 – Green; K – Yellow

Thursday , Oct. 23 - Throwback to ANY Decade

Friday, Oct. 24 – Spirit Day (Wear Maroon, White and Gold)


2014-2015 Soccer Tryouts


9th thru 12th Grade Soccer Tryouts!!

14th October thru 17th October, 2014

3:00pm to 5:00pm

Elementary Playground Fields

(Behind ROTC Building)

Cleats, Shin Guards, Ball & Water Bottle with Water

Bring Your “A-Game” And Showcase Your Soccer Skills!!




Cross Country Team Will Represent Baker at FSU Invitational


Maya Espinosa has been asked to represent Baker Cross Country as an Elite Runner at the FSU Invitational on October 11th. To qualify for this race, against the best female high school runners in the state, she had to be recognized by as an elite female athlete with a 5K time of less than 19 minutes. Congratulations Maya and good luck to the entire Female Varsity Cross Country team as they all travel to participate in the FSU Invitational.


Baker Band Scores High in Competition


Baker Marching Band competed at the A-Town Invitational Band Competition in Andalusia this weekend.  Our band scored straight superior ratings, with superiors also earned by our drum major, flag corp, and drum line.  In addition, our flag corp earned Best in Class, and our band also earned Best in Class. Out of 22 bands in classes 1A thru 5A (we are in class 2A), we had the 4th highest score of the day.  Thank you for your support of our bands here at Baker!


Cross Country News


Baker Cross Country Boys and Girls teams are doing great this year.  They recently won the meet at Paxton. Maya Espinosa earned 1st place in the girls race and 2nd place overall for the meet!  Way to go, Gator Runners!



1st Annual Gator Splash Fun Run

Saturday   Nov. 1, 2014

Baker School 1369 14th St. Baker FL 32531

Come have a splashing good time at the 1st Annual Gator Splash Fun Run.  Water balloons and Water Cannons will be set to get you wet as you navigate through the tree lined course.  You can protect yourself and have fun too by bringing your own water source to spray your competitors.  Refill stations will be available along the course so that you can keep having a Splashing good time!

Kids Fun Run at 10:00am    $15.00

Adult 5K at 11:00am           $25.00

Click HERE for the registration form.

Click on the link below to register online.



Lady Gators Golf News


Samantha Carver played in the Miracle Strip Golf Tournament this past week and came in 4th place for individuals, beating individuals from Crestview High, Pensacola High, Tate High, Mosley, and South Walton High.  Sixty girls were in attendance and she came in 24th place. This is a great accomplishment for our freshman and beginning golf program.  Baker Golf Team is competing against the schools listed above as well as other larger schools including Niceville, Choctaw, Ft. Walton, Chiles, Navarre, Pace, West Florida, Gulf Breeze, and Pensacola Catholic . If you see Samantha around campus, then tell her Congratulations!!! Way to Go, Samantha!!


Little Gator Cheer Camp and the Gator Splash Fun Run

Gator Splash Fun Run

Saturday   Nov. 1, 2014

Baker School 1369 14th St. Baker FL 32531

Kids Fun Run at 10:00am    $15.00

Adult 5K at 11:00am           $25.00

Click HERE for the registration form.



Little Gator Cheer Camp

Oct. 8-9, 2014

2:30pm to 4:00pm

Baker School PE pavilion (Participants will meet for a snack in the lunchroom before camp each day.)

$20.00 per participant


Click HERE for the registration form.




Click HERE for email sign-up.

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Bell Schedules



First Period 7:35- 8:35
Second Period 8:40- 9:30
Third Period 9:35 - 10:25
Fourth Period 10:30 - 11:20
HS Lunch 11:20 - 11:45
MS Fifth Period 11:25 - 12:15
HS Fifth Period 11:50 - 12:40
MS Lunch 12:15 - 12:40
Sixth Period 12:45 - 1:35
Seventh Period 1:40 - 2:30
First Period 7:35- 8:10
Second Period 8:15 - 8:50
Third Period 8:55 - 9:30
Fourth Period 9:35 - 10:10
Fifth Period 10:15 - 10:50
Sixth Period 10:55 - 11:30
HS Lunch 11:30 - 11:55
MS Seventh Period 11:35 - 12:10
HS Seventh Period 12:00 - 12:35
MS Lunch 12:10-12:35
1ST Period 7:35-8:25
2nd Period 8:30-9:10
3rd Period 9:15-9:55
4th Period 10:00-10:40
5th Period 10:45-11:25
MS 6th Period 11:30-12:10
HS Lunch 11:25-11:50
MS Lunch 12:10-12:35
HS 6th Period 11:55-12:35
7th Period 12:40-1:20
Activity 1:30-2:20