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Wyden to Hold Town Halls Next Week Baker County

Wyden to hold another town hall meeting at BHS at 9AM in the auditorium on Oct. 24th, 2018. Heading into these town halls in Wasco, Gilliam, Umatilla, Union and Baker counties, Wyden has held 905 town halls statewide since promising Oregonians he would hold at least one annual town hall in each of the state’s 36 counties.
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Playground Removal Information

Baker School District is preparing to install a greenhouse for the high school agriculture program to replace those lost in the winter of 2016. The District worked with Baker City Planning Commission and members of the Long Range Facility Committee to determine the best space for installation.  Property adjacent to the voc-ag classroom (previously used as a kindergarten playground) was identified as the best location. The greenhouse will be installed later this Fall.
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Baker School District 5J Haines Elementary PE Teacher

Spotlight

Baker school district is made up of four elementary schools, one middle school one high school, and one innovative high school. These schools serve a population of approximately 1700 students. In addition to these schools, Baker School District 5J sponsors two charter schools: Baker Web Academy, and Baker Early College. These two schools offer online education combined with teacher relationships.
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ELL Work Space

Time: 2:30 PM – 3 PM
Location: South Baker Intermediate
Oct 22
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Elementary Conference Schedule Change

Parent Teacher Conferences will undergo a schedule change this Fall for families with elementary students. Traditionally elementary schools arrange individual appointments with parents throughout Thursday afternoon and evening and Friday morning of conference week.
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Meetings Outline Business Opportunities

If Proposed School Bond Is Approved, Baker School District 5J invites the Baker County business community to learn about local work and business opportunities if a proposed $48 million capital construction bond is approved in the November 6 election.
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