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Remake Learning Days Apr 23, 2019 Remake Learning Days

Remake Learning Days are almost here! Experience free family-friendly and interactive events showcasing innovative learning for youth of all ages. From building robots to creating art, explore a wide variety of learning. Let's remake learning together! Click to view the flyer>

Remake Learning Days
May 9-19
remakelearningdays.org

Summit Rain Barrels Apr 15, 2019 Summit Rain Barrels -- Winners

Fourth grade students at Summit Elementary School designed two rain barrels as part of the Barrels by the Bay Three Rivers Project.

New Guidance Plan Initiative: Volunteers Needed for CAP Interviews Apr 10, 2019

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 goal to develop life-long learners that are productive citizens in this changing global society. To this end, the School Counseling program in the Butler Area School District has adopted a comprehensive K-12 Guidance Plan to support college and career readiness for all students.

March "Bee of the Month" Apr 8, 2019 March Bee of the Month

The Summit Elementary March "Bee of the Month" is Lily Graef. 

As part of the school's Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) program, students receive tickets when they are caught "beeing" good. Tickets may be drawn throughout each month to reward positive behavior.

Congratulations to Lily! 

Officer Phil Program Apr 8, 2019 Officer Phil Program at Summit

Deputy Nick Graham from the Butler County Sheriff''s Office recently presented the Officer Phil Program at Summit Elementary School. Deputy Graham talked to students about the importance of being safe, responsible and respectful at school, at home and in the community. Students Maon Swidzinski and Leia Revitsky helped present the program. 

Growth Screening Program Apr 3, 2019

The Pennsylvania school health regulations require that school nurses conduct height and weight measurements of students annually in an effort to determine a pattern of growth for each child. A Body Mass Index (BMI) for Age percentile was also calculated which is used as a guideline to help assess whether a person may be overweight or underweight.

K-4 Spring Open House Mar 29, 2019 K-4 Spring Open House

Our K-4 elementary schools are each hosting a Spring Open House in May. Family members are welcome to attend! This event was formerly known as Grandparents Day. View the flyer for dates and times>

Sign Up for the BMS Instrumental Music Program Mar 29, 2019 instrumental music

Attention 4th grade students! There are many instrumental music opportunities for you to explore at Butler Middle School. Click to learn more about BASD's Instrumental Music Program> 

Sample the instruments, sign up for an instrument fitting, watch a video montag of our Instrumental Music Ensembles, and -- most importantly -- learn how to sign up! Click to get started> 

PSSA Letter to Parents -- Spring 2019 Mar 20, 2019

Dear Parent(s) or Guardian(s):

Beginning next month, all school districts throughout the State of Pennsylvania will participate in the Pennsylvania System of School Assessments (PSSA).  At Summit Township Elementary School, we will follow the assessment schedule listed below. 

February "Bee of the Month" Mar 19, 2019 February Bee of the Month

The first Summit Elementary "Bee of the Month" was selected for February 2019. Congratulations to 4th grade student Hailey Frobe!

Camp Read A Lot Mar 18, 2019 Camp Read A Lot

Summit Elementary School completed a reading challenge during Read Across America week. The students read  22, 513 minutes for the entire week! Each grade had a reading goal and the students read every night to reach the school's goal of 20,000 minutes. 

4th Graders Visit the Carnegie Science Center Mar 14, 2019 Science Center

Fourth grade students at Summit Elementary School attended Sci-Tech Days at the Carnegie Science Center in March. During their visit, students learned how their brains process information. They also had the opportunity to explore VR and Nano technology while viewing displays throughout the Science Center. 

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