Baker School Community Partnerships
The Baker School community is rich with family and community members from varying backgrounds and careers who have valuable skills and experiences to share. Baker is seeking out community members who are interested in partnering with teachers and staff to bring rich, authentic learning experiences to our students. These experiences increase student motivation and build curiosity and meaning in the curriculum.
Participation may take the form of giving a talk to a class, working with a small group, connecting a class to a field trip site, or assisting a teacher in designing a particular lesson. There are many possibilities for how teachers, parents, and community members can bring their passions together and enrich learning at Baker School.
If you are interested in sharing skills, time, or experience, please complete the form below. Completing the form is not a guarantee that a teacher will reach out. The information you share will be stored in a database for teachers to reference and contact volunteers on an as-needed basis. We hope that you find a connection!
If you are questioning whether or not you have something valuable to contribute, please don’t! We believe that all community members have something to offer, sometimes in surprising ways. When thinking about how you may want to partner with the school, consider your career, education, skills, hobbies, general life experiences, and passions as sources of inspiration. If you do not see something listed below, please be sure to complete the “More information . . .” box to tell us more.
If you have any questions about this form, please feel free to contact Baker’s ECS (Enrich and Challenge Support) Specialist, Matt Picard, at
We are excited to hear from you and look forward to possibly working together soon!
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Connection to Baker School
Parent of Current Student
Parent of Former Student
What grade child(ren) do you have Baker School?
I would be interested in offering skills, knowledge, resources, or partnerships on the following topics:
"Every Woman Has a Story" Project
General help with projects and activities
Business, Finance, Entrepreneurship
Carpentry and Building
Film and Television
Medicine (tell us more below)
People with Disabilities
Race and Ethnicity
Science, Biological (tell us more below)
Science, Math and Logic, (tell us more below)
Science, Physical (tell us more below)
Science, Social (tell us more below)
Sports (tell us more below)
Travel, Living Abroad
World Languages (tell us more below)
Writing and Publication
More information about how I'd like to contribute:
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