Exam Schedule 2021-2022 o There will be an 18-minute break between exams. o The kitchen staff will have snacks and juices/water available for students to purchase during the break. o Lunch will be available after the bell rings at 11:55 on half days for the junior/senior high. See the school schedule here: https://tinyurl.com/stm8x3zy
5 days ago, Baraga Area Schools
Exam Schedule
Parent(s)/Guardians of students that are transported by the school bus. Please check your mail in the next couple days for a.m. and p.m. bus times.
9 days ago, Michele Velmer
Bus a.m. & p.m. Letters
Due to the inclement weather and the inability to clear roads in time, Baraga Schools will now be closed Thursday, January 6, 2022.
18 days ago, Baraga Area Schools
no school 1/6/22
Due to inclement weather, Baraga Area Schools will be running on a two-hour delay Thursday, January 6, 2022
18 days ago, Baraga Area Schools
delay 1/6/22
January 10, 2022 Baraga Junior/Senior High School Library 5:00 p.m. Reorganization meeting and regular meeting
18 days ago, Michele Velmer
Due to inclement weather, Baraga Area Schools will be closed Wednesday, January 5, 2022.
19 days ago, Baraga Area Schools
school closed 1/5/22
The Baraga Area School District is accepting applications for the following position: LEAD CUSTODIAN/BUS DRIVER: 40 HOURS PER WEEK Preference will be given to applicants having the ability to become certified as a school bus driver and who have experience or training in custodial work, and/or all aspects of building maintenance. Applicants must provide evidence of the following: Custodial experience General maintenance experience Lawn Care Must be able to pass a background check. Contact the Superintendent with any questions regarding this position at 353- 6664. Letters of interest must be submitted to the Superintendent. Open until filled.
19 days ago, Baraga Area Schools
Custodian/Bus Driver Position
A group of students, teachers, and a super awesome board member took a trip to Ski Brule today!
about 1 month ago, Amanda Rinkinen
Thank you, Ski Brule!
Please see the details of the lastest Tik Tok post circulating that is supposed to happen tomorrow.
about 1 month ago, Baraga Area Schools
Dear Baraga Families,   It frustrates me to have to send yet another communication of this nature but feel it is important that we address and share it with you.   It has come to our attention that there is a nationwide student Tik Tok challenge that is scheduled for tomorrow, Friday, December 17th. This challenge includes bringing weapons to school. We do not know where this originated from, but we wanted to let our school families know of this “challenge”. Please have a conversation with your children reassuring them that school is s safe place to be and that all safety protocols will be followed. If appropriate, please have a conversation about how wrong a challenge like this is and also how scary it can be for others. Our local law enforcement agencies have been contacted and are aware of this challenge on Tik Tok. They will be present in the building tomorrow. Please secure any personal weapons you may have or students may have access to.   As a reminder, any weapon brought onto school property will lead to an immediate and mandatory expulsion from any public school in Michigan. This is clearly stated in the Michigan Revised Code. Students will also face criminal charges.   Please reach out to administration if you have any questions.   Thank you,    Richard Sarau, Superintendent Baraga Schools      Richard Sarau Superintendent
Please be aware that we are not letting kids leave the building for lunch tomorrow.
about 1 month ago, Baraga Area Schools
no open campus, Friday, 12/17/21
Dear Baraga Families, Please see the post from Mr. Sarau regarding today's lockdown.
about 1 month ago, Lori Wisniewski
Dear Baraga Families,   This afternoon Baraga Area Schools went into a controlled lock-down due to an unknown adult entering the building without checking into the office. The adult was asked to leave and was noncompliant. There were no weapons or harmful threats. Police were called and the school followed all safety protocols. The adult did leave the building on their own, escorted by the principal. The building was secured, inside and out, and the police were able to apprehend the adult. Staff, students, and authorities did a phenomenal job. The police were here within minutes. Everyone is safe and we appreciate all the help from local authorities.    Thank you for your patience and your trust in Baraga Schools.     Richard Sarau Superintendent
Families, We were in a lockdown this afternoon because of an unknown visitor entering the building. The authorities were called and responded very quickly. The subject was escorted out of the building and was apprehended. More information will be released shortly. Everyone is safe and classes have been resumed. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Baraga Area Schools
3D Printed Ornament Sale: Help support the Physics class by buying a custom 3D printed ornament. You can get a snowflake, snowman, or christmas tree with a name on it. $6 for green, red, white, black, or silver. $8 for gold or wood. See a Physics student to buy yours!
about 1 month ago, Baraga Area Schools
Help the Physics class raise money…. Buy someone a gift! 3D Printed Ornament Sale You can order a custom designed ornament with a name on it! Order for yourself, a friend, family member!  3D printed Designs available: Snowman, Christmas Tree, Snowflake Colors: Red, Green, White, Black, Silver for $6, $8 for wood or gold You can have the name printed on the ornament, or cut out of it. You can paint your own ornament with nail polish! See a Physics student today to order: Christian, Daebwae, Lily, Alana, Brendan, Naomi
Dear Baraga Families, This message is to address a current situation that has come to light in our local committees. There are some threatening messages going around on Snapchat and Instagram against L’Anse and Calumet schools. There was some concern that Baraga Schools was also named in these messages. To our knowledge this is not true and nothing has been found to support this claim. Law enforcement is aware of the situation and the different agencies are working together and investigating the threats and their credibility. They have been able to identify a student (not from Baraga) who has allegedly initiated some of these messages. We at Baraga schools do not take this lightly. The school’s administration is working closely with law enforcement and will take measures to keep all students safe. At this time, there is no credible information to substantiate the threats with any of the local schools. We will continue to monitor the situation, along with law enforcement. If any further information is released we will be passing that along to you. If you have further information or concerns please contact the school or the sheriff’s office. Local law enforcement has also put out a statement that is attached below. Thank you, Richard Sarau, Superintendent
about 1 month ago, Baraga Area Schools
The Houghton County Sheriff’s Office received a report and are aware of potential online threats to schools in the Copper Country.   An ongoing investigation has revealed unsubstantiated internet application threats and rumors consistent to threats across the State of Michigan after the unfortunate Oxford shooting.   The Houghton County Sherriff’s Office is working closely with all the schools in the district, their superintendents and local law enforcement on this matter.  A greater law enforcement presence will be placed in to effect starting on 12/13/21.   It is important to note that any threat towards schools will be taken seriously and prosecuted fully.   We encourage parents to monitor their children’s electronic devices.   Please encourage your children to be aware, and if they see something, say something.   Reports can be called in to 9-1-1 or your local law enforcement agency.  Individuals and students can also use OK2SAY to submit tips.    www.michigan.gov/ok2say.
Here are the PLES dress-up days for next week.
about 2 months ago, Baraga Area Schools
PLES Dress-up Days
Some of our students wanted to start some extra Christmas/winter cheer next week. They came up with these 6th-12th grade dress up days and created this flyer.
about 2 months ago, Viktoria Klein
winter dress up days
Dear Baraga Schools Community and Stakeholders, The school is applying to receive Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Funds (ESSER) to address learning recovery from the impact of COVID-19. These funds are designated for one-time or short-term expenditures to address the learning gap created by the pandemic school closures. The Administration of Baraga Area Schools is seeking feedback from all district and community stakeholders to help determine how the district should best utilize these resources to address this potential learning loss. Please let us know your opinions by completing this brief survey by December 17th. Thank you for your feedback! https://tinyurl.com/2p8ev93f
about 2 months ago, Baraga Area Schools
See upcoming important events and dates.
about 2 months ago, Baraga Area Schools
Due to weather and road conditions Baraga Area Schools will be closed today, Monday, 12/6/21.
about 2 months ago, Baraga Area Schools
No School 12/6/21
Due to recent circumstances preventing many students to participate in the 6th-12th grade portion of the Christmas Concert, the 6th-12th grade portion of the concert will be recorded and performed virtually. THE K-5 CONCERT IS STILL ON FOR DECEMBER 8th at 6pm. Thank you!
about 2 months ago, Baraga Area Schools