On Sept. 8, more than 500 sophomores headed back to school a day earlier than the rest of the Baldwinsville School District's students for a 90-minute orientation at Baker High School. Approximately 40 student mentors lead the Class of 2012 in activities to help familiarize sophomores with the building and their schedules. This is the third year the school has held a sophomore orientation.
(From left) Sophomores Adam Bailey, Haydn Benjamin and Benjamin Bardenett participate in an icebreaker activity during their orientation at Baker. The students passed around a beach ball with questions on it that they answered to get to know each other.