Students sang and shared memories of their school years at the end of the year presentation. Summit wished all the 4th grade students good look as they move on to the Middle School!
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When you register your child for kindergarten during the summer, you will be asked to choose a screening appointment date and time on July 15, 16, 18 or 19.
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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The Summit rain barrels that students created for the Barrels By The Bay Three Rivers Project are officially finished!
Two Summit Elementary Students recently received the Good Citizenship Award. This award is presented by the Pennsylvania State Senate. Congratulations to Hailey Frobe and Lily Graef!
The Butler Rock Orchestra visited Summit Elementary, Center Avenue Community School and McQuistion Elementary on May 17. The Rock Orchestra put on a fantastic show for all of the students and staff at each school!
Mrs. Michelini's first graders at Summit Township Elementary worked through project-based learning during English language arts time and learned a lot of facts about owls!
Teachers at Summit Township Elementary School spent some time during Teacher Appreciation Week collaborating on a "Think Spring" maker project. They were asked to use creativity and work with a fellow teacher on a project with using various materials.
Summit Elementary student Claudia Wolf is a winner of the “Drug free is the way to be!” poster contest. The poster contest was sponsored by the Butler County’s Drug and Alcohol Department. The winning posters will be made into a calendar by the Butler Eagle.
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.
Fourth grade students at Summit Elementary School designed two rain barrels as part of the Barrels by the Bay Three Rivers Project.
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