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9-11: Day of service

Anne Lewis, who oversees a number of youth programs in Baker County schools, hopes to get students district wide to observe the anniversary of September 11 attack on the World Trade Center by performing at least one act of kindness or service to others. Read More »

Free meals spread to three more schools

This week the Baker County School District announced the expansion of its federally-funded free lunch and breakfast program to Macclenny Elementary School, the PreK/Kindergarten Center and Keller Intermediate School. Read More »

Dennison new leader of JROTC

Baker County Veterans Council members.

Baker County Veterans Council members.

Retired United States Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Timothy Dennison was introduced as the high school’s new AFJROTC leader August 22 at a welcome ceremony at the Ag Center, which members of the Baker County Veteran’s Council helped organize. Read More »

Teachers will return in two weeks with raises unresolved

The school district and the local teachers union, the Baker County Education Association, have found common ground on the district’s breastfeeding policy, but remain out of step on raises and giving good teachers more job security from year to year. Read More »

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