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.
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.
All students who earned a PBIS Gold Ticket this school year were entered into the prize wheel for a chance to win. Four students were excited to win Kennywood tickets! Congratulations to Zach Tisdale, Jackson Morgus, Gavin Tressler and David Graef (not pictured).
All Intermediate High School students who earned a PBIS Gold ticket this school year were entered into the prize wheel for a chance to win. Chris Biondo won an Apple Airpod. Congratulations, Chris!
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!
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.
Intermediate High School 8th grade honors and gifted science students took the National Science League Physical Science test this spring. Their scores were ranked against all other participating schools and our students placed first in the nation! In addition, Zachary Slear earned a medal by placing first among all participants.
Congratulations to Liam Madden, Amelia Bosco, Maura Mormak, Evelyn Paserba, Caden Christie, Patryk Lyon, Eli Snyder, Zachary Slear, Silvio Andreassi, Braden Bergbigler, and Cullen Miller.
Hayden Grey recently received an Honorary Junior Deputy Sheriff Award from Sheriff Slupe. This award is given to young adults who aspire to become law enforcement officers. Hayden recently wrote an article on Sheriff Slupe that was featured in Butler Eagle SOAR.
To all Butler City residents:
The City of Butler will have a Summer Basketball Tournament on July 26th and 27th.
The Tournament will have six categories:
The 8th and 9th grade chorus students put on an excellent virtual show!
The Intermediate High School grade level award videos recognize the academic achievements of our students. Congratulations to all of our students!
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