Elizabeth M. Baker Elementary School

Where Discovery Leads to Greatness

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Robotics and Coding Across the Grades

  • Students in grades K and 1 created "Kindness Keychains" to show appreciation to members of our Baker family.  

3D Printed Tic-Tac-Toe Games

  • Students in grades three through five have been working on crafting inventive solutions for a 3D-printed Tic-Toe-Toe board, which will be presented as a thoughtful gift to members of our community.  ​Baker students hope to donate the Tic-Tac-Toe boards to the Great Neck Social Center, the Atria, and the Hance Family Foundation Toy Drive. Additionally, our fifth graders are eagerly looking forward to meeting with their Parkville School buddies to play a few games with the kindergartners and present the boards as a gift to the classes. Furthermore, these boards will be shared with other classes at Baker, allowing them to be utilized during recess.

Digital Citizenship

  • What does good digital citizenship look like? Students at Baker are engaged in ongoing conversations learning about online safety and how to create a positive digital footprint.

  • Baker buzzes with kindness! Service projects, stories, assemblies, and surprises spread compassion and joy all week.

Career and Hobbies Week

  • students listening to presentation

    Mr. Berger, commissioner for the Great Neck Water Pollution Control District, visited Mrs. Como's classroom to teach about wastewater and protecting the environment.
    He was one of the many visiting parents to share their knowledge and expertise during Career and Hobbies Week.
  • Vietnam veterans of Nassau county visited students in grades three through five. The veterans discussed their roles and experiences. Students listened attentively and asked great questions. We thank these special men for their service.