Get to know your roots. This is an after school club where students research to dig into their family’s history and find out about their ancestors. We use Ancestry website sources, which are free of charge to our students. Students search for ancestors by looking at primary sources, such as, old documents (including census and military records, yearbooks, newspaper articles), and more.
Meets: 3:45-4:45 p.m. Wednesdays in Room 105
Sponsor: Ms. Matteson
- To encourage school spirit and pride at Baker
- To promote physical and mental development
- To develop lifelong values and skills.
- Promote and uphold school spirit, unity and pride.
- Represent the school to the highest degree
- Set an example of good behavior and sportsmanship
- Promote friendship with each other and others
- Promote the development of lifelong values and skills
Meets: 3:45-4:30 p.m. (after school) on Tuesdays
James H. Baker Student Book Club is an organization led in collaboration with the La Porte Public Library. Ms. Keith, the La Porte Public Library Young Adult Librarian, will be providing snacks and books for students. Students will engage in a collaborative manner to discuss opinions about books and learn to listen to dissenting views while meeting new people. Activities planned include various crafts, going to local book conventions, and book raffles. There is no fee to join and students may try out the club at any time. Permission slips are available in the library and front office.
Meets: Every other Wednesday in James H. Baker Library, 3:50 - 4:50 p.m.
Sponsor: Ms. Ferguson
James H. Baker Student Council is an organization in which students will work together to coordinate activities at Baker and its surrounding community. Members of student council will have the opportunity to correlate a variety of community service activities, organize and plan school spirit days, dances and determine ways to make our school a better place.
Meets: On select Mondays in the multipurpose room