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Baker 5K Resources

This page is intended to provide you with resources for preparing for the 5K itself. 5K Course Map and Estimated Timeline   Blog: I Hate to Run, But I Love the 5K One of our 4th grade parents has penned their reflections about the 5K in this blog: Post 1: Why I'm Running Post 2: What I

Support the 5K: Sponsorships and Donations

Become a 2017 Baker 5K Sponsor or Donor Thank you to those who have already committed to supporting the 2017 Baker 5K! Click here to see a full list of our sponsors and donors. 5K Sponsorship Information Sponsorship Brochures are available at the office or you may view the 2017 Baker 5K Sponsorship Brochure here.

2017 Baker 5K Overview

Event Overview Baker students, families, faculty, staff, and friends come together each spring to celebrate physical fitness and community spirit at the Baker 5K, a cooperative run completed by all students in grades 1-8. Reflecting Baker’s commitment to daily physical education as an integral part of child-centered learning, the 5K was created in 2004 to

2017 Baker 5K

Thank you to our generous sponsor and donors for financially supporting the 5K and our healthy-living initiatives! Presenting Sponsor: General Event Sponsors:      Atash Focus Fire Protection BDO USA, LLP Bailey Edward Dabeaz LLC Fifth Third Bank First Midwest Bank Garvey’s Office Products Gewalt Hamilton Associates, Inc Jeffrey Pozen Advisory, Inc The Lakota Group Loeber

NEW! Winter Break Camp

We are pleased to announce a Winter Break Camp for both Baker and non-Baker students from Pre-Kindergarten through grade 8 during the week of January 2 – 6. We will offer a full-day camp for PreK-8 and a half-day option for PreK and kindergarten students. Register by day and create a schedule that works best for your family.Camp mornings will

Baker Grads Make a Mark on High School Football

Aaron Potts ’08, Ray Bahr ’08, and Taylor Nakagawa ’08 started on the Evanston Township High School Wildkits football team this season. Taylor was a starting cornerback on the defense, and Aaron was a starting running back and also one of the team captains. Ray was a starting running back and linebacker, and led the

Eric Baker Leads the Debate

Erik Baker ’08, president of the ETHS Debate Team, made it to the 16th round of the Mid-America Cup, a debate competition held in September at Valley High School in Des Moines. Erik’s success earns him a bid, ETHS’s first ever, in the Tournament of Champions which brings together some of the most competitively successful

Julia Crowley-Farenga Honored by Siemens

Julia Crowley-Farenga ’08 is among the contenders for the highest science honor awarded to American high school students, in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology Region Five Finals. Julia, along with her partner, Patrick Loftus, won the $6,000 Team scholarship. Their astronomy project entitled, Morphological Classification of Post-Starburst Galaxies, examined and classified 2,811

Erin Haddock Breaks a Leg

Erin Haddock ’00 has the lead role in For This Theater Productions’ Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen. The show’s director and producer describe Erin as “a magnificent up-and-coming Chicago actress [who] does a remarkable job in this production.”

Alison Cherry Honored as Young Adult Author

Alison Cherry ’96 is about to be published as a young adult author, has signed her first contract and is already writing her third book. Her debut novel, RED, is coming from Delacorte Press.