We are looking for people who are interested in serving on the Community Committee for School Organization. If you would like to serve the committee, please complete this form that applies to you:
The nomination forms will be open until Wednesday, September 25, 2019.
McQuistion students hit a "bingo" on their PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports) Principal's 200 Club board. As a reward our 4 Bs Golden Bookmark winners got to have popsicles with the principal, Dr. Morgan-Davis!
Students who earn a Golden Bookmark for demonstrating one of the 4 "Bs"— Be kind and respectful, Be prepared, Be safe and in control, and Be a problem solver — select a popsicle stick with a number of the Principal’s 200 Club board. When we hit a Bingo, a variety of prize opportunities will be awarded.
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We have made adjustments to our school calendar as a result of our delayed start.
Monday, November 11th has been designated as an Act 80/School Conference day. Students do not need to report to school on this day. Teachers will be able to use that time for parent-teacher conferences. They have also been given the flexibility to schedule parent-teacher conferences earlier in November.
Wednesday, November 27 has been designated a regular school day for students and teachers. At this point, students and teachers should plan to report to school on that day. However, we are hoping to be able to use that day as a Flexible Instructional Day (FID). We have submitted a FIDs application on behalf of Butler Area School District and will know by early November if our Flexible Instructional Day application has been approved.
Intermediate High School students kicked off the PBIS Program (Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports) with a game show.
Emily Brittain students recently had the opportunity to participate in the GAB SQUAD show.
“GAB SQUAD programs utilize original music, interactive comedy, and educational discussion to explore themes of tolerance, positive expression, bullying awareness, and above all, the use of creativity as an alternative to negative expression.” (https://gabsquad.com/about)
Summit Elementary students, faculty and staff are SOAR(ing) into a new school year. SOAR, which stands for Stay Safe, Ownership, Acceptance and Respect, is Summit's PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports) theme.
To kick off the new program, Summit faculty and staff wore superhero costumes at school while they worked together with the students to ensure everyone is familiar with the school-wide PBIS rules and expectations.
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The Nutrition Group and Butler Area School District are offering after school meals to school age children in the community. The program is free and open to all school-age children who are 18 years old or younger at the start of the 2019-2020 school year.
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Butler Senior High School wants to thank a generous anonymous donor who provided approximately 250 brand new shoes to the Butler Senior High Tornado Shelter. These shoes will go to students who are in need. On behalf of everyone at the Senior High School, thank you for this generous donation!
Two Butler Area School District teachers earned top honors in the NexTier Bank “Sponsor A Teacher Essay Contest.”
Mrs. Victoria Malczak-Hooks, Butler Intermediate High School 7th grade English teacher, won first place. She received supplies for her classroom and $500.
In addition, Mrs. Cynthia Michelini, first grade teacher at Summit Township Elementary Teacher, won third place. She received supplies for her classroom and $100.
Congratulations to Mrs. Hooks and Mrs. Michelini!
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Senior High School seniors Mikayla Tillery and Alex Kurnava have been chosen as this year’s student representatives for the Butler Township Board of Commissioners!
Mikayla and Alex were appointed on August 19, 2019. Their appointment will last throughout the 2019-2020 school year.
Dear Parents and Guardians:
Although we have not yet received a final report, we have received the results of our air quality testing. They are posted to our website. You can view the test results here: https://www.basdk12.org/Content2/air-quality
Some of the results were described as “elevated” and we have received several recommendations for how to proceed. We will continue to follow all recommendations, which include keeping the air moving in the school, recleaning the univentalators, changing the filters in the univentalators and being vigilant about cleaning. At this time we have not received any recommendations that would alter our normal operation.
In addition, we intend to retest all rooms with elevated levels. As testing occurs, results will be posted to our website.
Brian J. White, Jr., Ed.D.
Butler Area School District
Butler Area School District is excited to introduce four new principals and two new assistant principals.
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