Butler students Aeragwyn Winters and Ashley Fennell won the Gold in Forensic Science at the Pennsylvania HOSA Future Health Professional State Leadership Conference. Aeragwyn and Ashley will be competing at the HOSA Future Health Professionals International Leadership Conference in Orlando the week of June 18th.
Three students from Butler Senior High School earned medals at this year's SkillsUSA State Championships.
The Butler Senior High School Random Acts of Kindness Club would like to send two Butler Seniors to the prom, all expenses paid. Last year we were able to send twin seniors to the prom with hair, nails, spray tans, full attire, dinner, snacks, transportation, prom tickets, and after prom tickets through the generous donations of various local businesses and community members.
The Best Buddies program had two big events in one weekend. First was the Eggstravaganza on Saturday followed by the Friendship Walk on Sunday.
BMS FAB choir members put on an outstanding show at the FAB Showcase!
Under the direction of Mrs. Ali Erevia, these students are 5th and 6th graders who rehearse one morning a week before school in addition to their regular chorus rehearsal. The theme this year was “Broadway Beat,” a collection of songs from classic and contemporary Broadway musicals.
Center Avenue Community School held its first annual Transition Fair on April 11, 2019. The school partnered with eighteen different community agencies, service providers, employers, and post secondary institutions to help secondary students learn about available resources and opportunities for life after high school.
The Golden Tornado Jazz Ensemble recently took their show on the road! The Jazz Ensemble visited Center Township, Northwest and Connoquenessing elementary schools where they performed for the students.
Butler Middle School students used the laser engraver to help make magnets promoting the BMS Fisheries Program Nursery during Mr. Sovek's Open STEAM Lab time.
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Fourth grade students at Summit Elementary School designed two rain barrels as part of the Barrels by the Bay Three Rivers Project.
Butler Area School District has always maintained a commitment to supporting student development and growth. The School Counseling department’s mission statement upholds this pledge to student success through academic, social, emotional, and career awareness by means of a collaborative approach with students, parents, educators, and the community. It is our goal to develop life-long learners that are productive citizens in this changing global society. To this end, the School Counseling program in the Butler Area School District has adopted a comprehensive K-12 Guidance Plan to support college and career readiness for all students.
Emily Brittain celebrated "Literacy Night at the Movies" on Thursday March 28th.
The special event included literacy games, a photo opportunity, and a chance to select a book from the
"Read Box" to take home. The Butler BookStop was at the event to supply all of the new and gently used books for the "Read Box."
Mikayla Tillery, an eleventh grade student at the Senior High School, was invited to participate in the Experiment’s Leadership Institute | India: Community Development & Public Health program this summer.
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