Elizabeth M. Baker Elementary School

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Dismissal Procedures

  • The safety of all Baker students is our foremost priority. Please remember that no vehicles other than school buses are permitted in Baker's bus circle between 3:10 PM - 3:40 PM. Parking is available on Baker Hill Road during these dismissal times. Any changes that are made to a child’s dismissal plan must be submitted in writing (e-mails are not official or acceptable). Please send a written and signed note with your child detailing your desired changes. We thank you for your cooperation. 

Calming Strategies

  • calming strategy baskets on shelves

    We are beginning to utilize "calming" strategy baskets in the cafeteria and during recess.  Students choose a strategy that is appropriate for them. These are intended to help students manage their feelings independently. 

More News

  • Grade 3 FaceTimes with Atria Residents

    To celebrate our 3D printing project, grade 3 students communicated via FaceTime with Atria residents. Students created 3D planters and donated them to the Atria, each with a tiny cactus. During the FaceTime, students shared a little about the process and answered questions.

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  • Cards for Troops

    To celebrate Veterans Day, second graders made thank you cards for American troops serving overseas. Each card features a red, white, and blue illustration, as well as a handwritten message. The cards were donated to a nation-wide program entitled, 100,000 Thank Yous, to be included in care packages for military members deployed around the world.

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  • Ride for Life 2018

    E.M. Baker School welcomed Ride for Life founder Chris Pendergast to speak with students about overcoming obstacles and dreaming big. Baker School is a proud supporter of the Ride for Life, which raises awareness for ALS. Each spring, fourth and fifth-grade students cheer on Mr. Pendergast and his fellow ALS patients when they visit Baker School on their Ride for Life journey from Montauk to Manhattan.

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Featured Video

  • Sensory Path

    This SENSORY PATH in Mrs. Venegas' kindergarten classroom is carefully designed with a set of activities to give children the sensory input they need. Students jump, bend, and breathe along the path releasing built-up energy!

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Grade 5 Robotics

March Reading

  • teacher reading to students

    As part of March Reading Month, Mrs. Barbarotto (4th grade teacher) was a guest reader in Mrs. Venegas’ kindergarten class. The children enjoyed the story about the elephant, Elmer. 

100th Day of School

  • 100th Day of School

    Today marked the 100th day of school. Our kindergartners celebrated with numerous activities this morning with their teachers.

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STEAM Museum

  • All students at Baker visited the mobile STEAM museum. Students were encouraged to explore the museum at their own pace and visit stations that appealed to their individual interests.