Dear 8th grade parents:
The 8th grade students recently received papers with information about the Washington DC field trip on November 9-10, 2019. These papers are attached to this email, and they are posted on the tour company website: www.logantoursinc.com
The deadline to sign up for this field trip, and to submit your hoagie sale fundraiser orders is October 3.
All payments, fundraising orders, and trip forms should be completed on the website. If you need assistance with signing up or making payments, you can contact Rebecca Green from Logan Tours, Inc. at 724 355 4997.
If you have questions for the school, you may contact the trip sponsors as follows:
Mr. Casher 724 214 3417 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Casher 724 214 3405 email@example.com
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.
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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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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Dear IHS Parents/Guardians:
New for the 2019-2020 school year, the Intermediate High School will be "teaming" grade level teachers in grades 7 and 8. The "teaming" of teachers will afford an increased understanding of the unique learning needs of students, as well as provide an opportunity for extensive collaboration in meeting these needs. Teachers will also be able to effectively communicate and address the social/emotional needs of their shared students.
It is with excitement and honor that I write this letter of introduction as the new assistant principal at the Butler Intermediate High School. This upcoming school year will be my fifth with the Butler Area School District. Prior to my position as assistant principal, I served the district as a school counselor at the Middle School, Northwest Elementary, and Connoquenessing Elementary. Prior to Butler, I was a school counselor with the State College Area School District, as well as a school counselor with the Baltimore City Public School System.
Butler Area School District
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