Four Butler County High School students have been recommended by faculty/staff members for August student of the month honors based on attendance, promptness to class, participation in class, grades and attitude. These students are Taylor King, Hannah Tomes, Hallie Jo Waddle and Jacob Richmond.
The Butler County NJROTC cadets attended the Paducah Tilghman High school 7th annual Tornado Triumph Sports Challenge on September 15th. The unit was split into two teams and the total attendance was forty-eight cadets.
The Butler County Band held their Annual Marching Band Festival on Saturday, hosting 15 bands. Bands included: Caverna, Russellville, Edmonson Co., Greenbrier, Franklin-Simpson, South Warren, Breckinridge Co., Warren East, Allen Co., Warren Central, Logan Co., Hopkins Co.
Chapter 2-“I can’t imagine what’s in the box,” Chloe said as we drove home from our appointment with Doc Albert.
“Maybe it’s a bottle of pills or vitamins,” I suggested.
First graders enjoyed Family Literacy Night at Morgantown Elementary on Thursday, Sept. 6th. Students and their families enjoyed Junie B. reading about her own adventure with a scary monster and other activities. First grade teachers Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Flener, Mrs. Gates, Mrs. Ingram and Ms.
Butler County Middle SchoolMonday MessengerAugust 13, 2012
Each year, KECSAC and the State Agency Children School Administrators Association (SACSAA) recognize exemplary educators and support personnel at the annual Alternative Strategies for Educating Students At-Risk Conference.
Mrs. Linda Tyree has been elected to serve on the Kentucky School Counselor Association Board of Directors as the Elementary Vice President for the 2012-2013 school year. Since 2007, Mrs.
Lee Ann Daugherty, agricultural educator at Butler County High School in Morgantown, Ky. has been selected as the 2012 Kentucky winner of the Outstanding Agricultural Education Teacher award given by the National Association of Agricultural Educators.
North Butler Elementary is ready for the start of school. They hosted an open house to get kindergarten students ready to start the year. Students received free stuff, refreshments and explored their room. Bus procedures were reviewed.