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Freshman ‘Hurt the Hornets’ float voted best of parade

IMG_3760The homecoming float of Baker County High School’s Class of 2018 won best of the parade honors in the annual homecoming voting by students at the Glen St. Mary campus last week.

The "Hurt the Hornets" themed float featured plenty of students clad in hornet costumes with casts, arm slings and the like as well as other students dressed as nurses and doctors performing CPR on injured hornets. Trailing the float was a faux ambulance. A hornet on a gurney (above) waved to the crowds lining both sides of U.S. 90 for the homecoming parade the afternoon of October 16. Read More »

‘Trash to cash’ with box tops

Families of children enrolled in Baker County schools are reminded to turn in bonus box tops on General Mills products or bonus certificates before their expiration dates. Read More »

Homecoming court announced at BCHS

Last week students at Baker County High School voted for this year’s homecoming court, with the announcement of winners coming for the boys the morning of September 25, and then the girls later that afternoon at the pep rally pictured above. Read More »

Davis is new Keller principal

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David Davis

Superintendent Sherrie Raulerson said Mr. Davis, formerly the assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction, approached her about filling the vacancy left by Jamie Johnson, who took the job last summer only to abruptly resign from it citing personal reasons in mid-September.

“He’s a good leader and has had success in the past at the middle school and the district level,” said the superintendent, who announced the news to Keller faculty and staff on September 29 to a round of applause.

She said the assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction position will remain vacant and other district personnel will pick up those responsibilities as needed.

“We’ll just have to work overtime,” said Mrs. Raulerson, adding that it will be challenging, “but I felt like Keller needed him.”

The superintendent described Mr. Davis as someone who is well known and trusted by Keller’s faculty and that he leads by example.

Mr. Davis has been an assistant superintendent since 2010. Before that he served as the middle school’s principal for seven years and an assistant principal and dean at the school for the seven years prior.

He joined the district in 1987 as a teacher’s aide before becoming a middle school teacher two years later.

Mr. Davis holds a bachelor’s degree in business management and finance from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Florida A&M.

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