Thank you for all of your support of the students and families in our community over the last year and a half. From donating food, books and technology to providing resources and support for those, it has been truly remarkable to watch our community come together to help one another during an incredibly challenging time.
Butler Senior High School’s Best Buddies Program was named the Overall Outstanding High School Chapter of the Year by the Best Buddies Organization. There were 21 chapters nominated for this honor and the Senior High was #1! Congratulations to all of the members of the Best Buddies Club at the Senior High School!
After the reopening of Broad Street Elementary School (B.S.E.S.) was announced, it did not take long for the Butler community to come together to show their support for the school and its incredible scholars.
Parents interested in the Act 66 of 2021 – Student Grade Level Retainment Guidance can access information on the Department of Education’s website. Click for more information.
We are excited to inform you that the Kids’ Weekend Backpack Program will continue to service all K-4 Butler area elementary schools for the 2021-2022 school year. The staff, parents, and community of these elementary schools as well as the Golden Tornado Scholastic Foundation, Inc. have come together to help fight hunger. Though it seems hard for most of us to imagine, many students go home to a house with little or no food supplies. They may receive breakfast and lunch at school during the week, but when the weekends come, they are limited as to how much they may have to eat. This program is designed to assist students who may be in need of weekend food supplies. At this time, there are no eligibility requirements for participating in the program and is free to anyone who feels that their child needs something more to eat over the weekend.
The class of 2021 proudly announces their choice for the 41st annual Butler Senior High School Distinguished Graduate Award, Ms. Mary Patricia DeMucci, a member of the Butler High School Class of 1940. Beginning in the same year she graduated from Butler, Mary worked for Butler Catholic Charities in several capacities for 55 years.
Eighth grade students Paige Ponteous and Silvio Andreassi are the recipients of the American Legion Award! These students were selected based on the following criteria: courage, honor, leadership, patriotism and service. Congratulations to Paige and Silvio!
Attention K-6th Grade Families!
Did you know that each week during the summer a new virtual learning adventure that includes engaging activities for students and families to do at home will be added to our virtual classroom?
Starting Monday, June 7th, the activities can be found on summer learning website. Enter Here!
Be sure to check back each week to see what new adventure awaits!
Congratulations and best wishes to the Butler Class of 2021!
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Watch the ceremony on YouTube.
The Butler Rock Orchestra visited McQuistion Elementary School and Center Avenue Community School where they treatedt he students to a amazing performances! Some of the students even joined in the fun by making their own instruments.
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Center Avenue Community School recently hosted their 5th Annual Pinewood Derby, facilitated by Mrs. Angela Ray. Although the derby looked different this year, students still had a blast designing their cars and racing.
The heats were shared via a live Google Meet and our annual PBIS prizes were awarded during intermissions.
The Intermediate High School Student Council completed a landscaping and campus beautification project this spring. They planted 14 azaleas and added mulch to the oval planters near the parking lot. The students also did a litter pick-up along the walkway that goes down to the Tanglewood Center and back up the hillside to the school.
Thank you for helping to make our school campus beautiful! View more photos.
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