Come join us on Thursday, Jan. 30, at 3:45 in the Library. We are in the process of planning a fun family evening in the Spring. We need your input so it’s great fun for all our EB families! We’ll discuss field day as well as our upcoming Spring fundraiser.
Interested in being a part of our team? Come learn about becoming a PTO officer for the 2020-2021 school year! We are excited to bring those interested alongside as we continue working together for our children for the second half of this school year. See you on the 30th!
Ms. Tonini's 4th grade students have been using technology in math class to problem solve. Instead of paper and pencil, the students have been taking a hands on approach to long division.
Forty-eight students had the opportunity to participate in “Shop with a Cop” at Walmart today. Officers from our local municipalities, the county and the state participated. Thank you to Walmart and our local police officers for making this special opportunity possible!
The Butler Rock Orchestra recently visited Emily Brittain, Northwest and Summit. The students really enjoyed the music and the concert experience. View photos on Flickr>
Dear Butler Area School District Parents and Students:
As you know, Wednesday, November 27 was a Flexible Instructional Day (FID) for Butler Area School District. Since this was our first time implementing FIDS, we would like your feedback regarding the day.
Please take a few minutes to complete the survey that applies to you.
For more information about Flexible Instructional Days, please visit: https://www.basdk12.org/Content/fid.
Three local businesses have made generous contributions to the Golden Tornado Scholastic Foundation, Inc. through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program. Nextier Bank donated $20,000, First National Bank donated $5,000, and UPMC donated $1,000.
The donations will be used to support STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics) education at Butler Area School District.
Please visit the Scholastic Foundation Website at https://www.goldentornadoscholasticfoundation.org/ to learn more about EITC and STEAM.
Dr. Brian White, Superintendent of the Butler Area School District, shared the recommendation of our Community Committee for School Organization at the School Board meeting on November 18.
The Community Committee for School Organization met four times before making a recommendation.
The report details Butler Area School District’s school organization process to date as well as a recommendation from the Community Committee for School Organization.
Click to view the report>
On Wednesday, November 6th, members of Lorraine Chapter Order of DeMolay, and their
younger brothers, the members of William C. Graham Manor Order of Squires, held a special
ceremony and reception recognizing outstanding educators in the area, including several from Butler Area School District!
We have created a "FIDS" page on our website to help keep everybody informed of what to expect for our upcoming Flexible Instructional Day on November 27. Click to visit that page>
Dear Butler Area School District Parents/Guardians:
Butler Area School District has designated Wednesday, November 27 as a Flexible Instruction Day. Students will not report to school, but will have assignments to complete at home.
Flexible Instructional Days (FID) is a new initiative for schools launched by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Students will receive instructional materials from each of their normally scheduled classes for this day to take home. It is expected that all students complete the assigned learning activities and actively participate in the assigned activities. Students will submit work within 10 days (by December 9) to receive attendance credit for this day. Parents of secondary students (grades 7-12) will receive a Verification of Student Attendance form that will need to be signed and returned to designate that their child participated in the assigned student activities. Students with Special Needs will receive Flexible Instructional Day (FID) lessons designed in accordance to their needs as identified in their individualized education plans.
Vision To Learn is a non-profit organization that provides free eye exams and glasses to children in need. Vision To Learn will bring their mobile eye clinic to our schools and provide free eye exams to students within the next few weeks. In addition to the exam, students may also receive glasses.
View the Vision to Learn letter to parents/guardians>
View the Vision to Learn flyer>
View the Vision to Learn consent form>
Emily Brittain students recently had another great day with Senior High School students.
Senior High School students from the early childhood class prepared activities based on Emily Brittain’s Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) SOAR model.
For the final activity of the day, senior high school students taught Emily Brittain students a fun dance to the song RESPECT!
Butler Area School District