Scheduling Open House
Intermediate High School
Monday, March 2, 2020
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
For incoming grades 7–12 (Butler Intermediate High School and Butler Senior High School)
Shuttle service will be provided from the lower Senior High & administrative parking lots from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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Butler recently hosted the PMEA District 5 District Band festival. Butler had 14 students participating in the festival. The students auditioned and five will be moving on to the Region Band festival hosted at Moon High School. Students who will be moving forward are Nate Gallagher, Cade Weaver, Juli Bish, Amaya Gayle, and Hunter Karenbauer.
Congratulations to all!
The prom is a special event for students where they make memories that last a lifetime. However, for some of our students, the cost of prom is simply too much.
The Butler Senior High School Random Acts of Kindness Club members would like to make sure their peers don't miss out on these memories simply because of the expense. Therefore, the club is planning to send two Butler seniors to the prom, all expenses paid. Last year we were able to help several students to prom through the generous donations of various local businesses.
The BASD Choral Department Presents: Music Changes Lives
The Music in our Schools Month Concert will feature BASD Choirs and the SRU Choir.
March 25, 2020
Admission is free. We hope to see you there!
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Join us on Wednesday, March 11 at Tanglewood from 4-7 pm for a Spaghetti Dinner that benefits the Kids' Weekend Backpack Program.
The meal includes pasta, meatballs, salad, cupcake and a beverage. You can dine in or take out! There is free parking at the Tanglewood Center (10 Austin Ave, Lyndora, PA 16045).
Bring a food item for the Kids' Weekend Backpack Program and get a free door prize ticket.
We hope to see you there.
The Senior High School was named the Best Buddies Program's Chapter of the Month! Congratulations to all of the students and staff members who work hard to make this program a success for everyone involved.
Dear Butler Area School District Parents and Guardians:
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 continued goal to develop life-long learners who are productive citizens in this changing global society. To this end, the School Counseling program in the Butler Area School District continues to implement a comprehensive K-12 Guidance Plan to support college and career readiness for all students.
Congratulations to STORM winner Andrew Arbanas! Andrew won a $10.00 gift card to Panera.
Senior Billie Winters designed a logo for the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Her work was selected out of approximately 75 designs as the National Alliance on Mental Illness logo for their upcoming annual walk and awareness event. She received a $25.00 Sheetz Gift Card, honorary admission to the walk as she will be recognized as the graphic designer, and a t-shirt.
Thank you Jennifer McConnell, NAMI Butler County, PA for presenting the award and allowing Butler Senior High School students participation in the contest. Congratulations Billie!
As you know, school was canceled due to inclement weather on Friday, February 7, 2020. This day will be made up as a traditional school day on Thursday, April 9. All students, faculty and staff should report to school on April 9.
Should we have another school cancellation, the next scheduled make up day will be on Tuesday, April 14.
Every year the American Legion conducts an essay writing contest that is open to students grades 9-12. This year the prompt the students responded to was: "Does the US Military Receive the Respect They Deserve?"
Butler Area School District