John T. Baker MS


Friday, January 17, 2020


Good Morning,



Parent Articulation Night: Here is a link to the World Languages presentation that some parents were asking for:


The Boys basketball team lost to Roberto Clemente on Wednesday. The team lost 36-25. The team played well and took the lead in the 3rd quarter. The Roberto Clemente team shot the ball well in the fourth quarter and we lost the lead. The team was led by Sean Dyer who scored 8 points and had 10 rebounds. Todd Dileo scores 6 points and did a great job of getting the ball across court and passing. Jalen Marshall scored 3 points and had 3 rebounds. Anthony Gasbarre scored 2 points and had 12 rebounds. Michael Cooley scored 2 points and 5 rebounds. Zach Johnson scored 2 points and had 4 rebounds. Jacob Malone scored 2 points and had 2 rebounds. The next game is at home Tuesday. Please come out and support the team.


Can't wait until our next snow day? Join us in the media center to make a snowman or snow critter this today during lunch. We've got all the materials - just bring your creativity. You must sign up for this event - check the circulation desk in the media center for availability.


Please join Baker Middle School in honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by participating in "A Week of Service." We are collecting various items to donate to local agencies. Mrs. Beddick is collecting clean winter coats, hats, scarves, and gloves in Room 234. Mrs. Buffam is collecting new toiletries in the counseling office. Mrs. Claxton is collecting used eye glasses in Room 209. Please see Paw Prints for more information.


Purchase your yearbooks and your 8th grade ad today! Head over to the school website and find the link that says yearbooks. From here your parents can purchase a yearbook and have the option to purchase part of a page to recognize you!



Parents:  Need help setting up your myMCPS Portal? This DOCUMENT might be just what you’re looking for. Also see the Baker web site PAGE 

 Weekly PawPrint


Have a great day at Baker, "There's no Limitation to our Imagination"