Dr. Brian White, Superintendent of the Butler Area School District, presented his recommendation for the future organization of our schools on Monday, June 10, 2019. His recommendation is based on numerous factors, including community feedback that was gathered at the School Organization Community Forums last fall.
At this point, we are once again asking for community feedback. We hope you will take the time to review Dr. White's report and share your feedback by completing a short survey.
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As the last Be Tuff Stand Up (the BMS Bullying Prevention Program) activity of the year, BMS homerooms competed in hula hoop challenges. The students raced to get the hula hoop around their chain the fastest. The focus was on effective communication and team building.
Middle School students had a unique opportunity to participate in Lunch Bunch this year. The group included 5th and 6th grade students from the life skills and Autistic support classes as well as students from general education classes.
It was another successful Catfish Release Day for Butler! About 225 catfish were released into Glad Run Lake from the Intermediate High School and Middle School cooperative nursery tanks.
MSA, the Safety Company, has made a generous contribution of $10,000 to help grow Butler Area School District's STEAM program.
Two individuals from the Butler community were finalists for the Champions of Learning award. Each year the Consortium for Public Education recognizes Champions of Learning throughout our region.
Several students represented Butler Area School District at AGLOA (Academic Games Leagues of America) National Competition. Congratulations to Alec Teff, Evelyn Paserba , Lauren McKean, Deagan Moore and Maguire Brady!
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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