Graduation night is almost here! If you cannot attend in person, you can watch the livestream on our YouTube channel.
The Class of 2022's Commencement Ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, June 2 at 6:30 pm at Art Bernardi Stadium. The livestream will begin around 6:25 pm.
McQuistion Elementary held a fun mother & son dance this spring. The 80s glow night dance was sponsored by All About Reclaimed.
Mr. Rossini's Journalism 2 class is proud to present the third volume of The Tornado Times student newspaper!
Click to read The Tornado Times - April 2022 (Vol. 3).
Click to read the Tornado Times archives.
Members of Emily Brittain’s SPARK (Students Promoting Acts of Respect and Kindness) Club got to enjoy a walking field trip to Cummings Candy & Coffee on Thursday as a reward for their hard work. These 3rd and 4th grade student “workers” assisted younger students in their classrooms each morning, helping them practice things like spelling words, math facts and letter writing. Great job!
Eighth grade students in Mrs. Walker's Family and Consumer Sciences class took time to learn about food science.
The students were given a opportunity to note the difference between quail eggs and chicken eggs. They dissected the different different parts and took time to learn about the function of each part: Some of the parts students learned about included the shell, membrane, chalazae, yolk, thick albumen and thin albumen.
The BMS "Games, Games, Games" Best Buddies event was so much fun! Thank you to everyone who helped make it a success. That's a wrap on our official Middle School chapter, but we hope all of our students will stay involved in Best Buddies at the IHS next year!
View more photos and videos.
Five Senior High School students volunteered to help Kennywood with a special project.
Madeline Albert, Darby Miller, Jacob Pomykata, Chiara Sloboda and Madison Weiland worked together to create a Physics and Statistical test for students to use as a part of Kennywood Park's Annual Educational Day.
McQuistion Elementary School’s end of the school year Luau was a foaming fun time for students and their families! The Luau included games, balloon animals, concession, foam party, DJ, and hula hooping.
Thanks to everyone who helped make this event a success!
Jensen Wehrli, an emotional support teacher at Center Avenue Community School, won the Rookie Teacher of the Year award from the Education Partnership!
Broad Street Elementary School, Emily Brittain Elementary School, McQuistion Elementary School and the Intermediate High School all participated in Remake Learning Days -- the Nation’s biggest family-friendly festival of learning.
Emily Brittain students and staff gathered outside to watch as Butler City Fire Department raised their new flag! View more photos.
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Are you interested in preparing for a great year of challenges and problem solving in Algebra I next year? Click to download the registration form.
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