Eighteen FCCLA members met after school on Wednesday, December 7, 2011 to begin making “Beading to Beat Autism” bracelets. This project was started by 14 year old Michala Riggle. Her mission is to raise $300,000.00 to build a world-class autism research and treatment center.
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The magic of chemistry came to life with the help of Mrs. Jennifer Davis’ Chemistry 105/106 Dual credit class at MES and NBES today. Students demonstrated the effects of combining various elements to create everything from orange foam to orange dancing flames. Mrs.
After classroom rounds and two semifinal rounds, 10 finalists and an alternate have advanced to the Geography Bee School-wide Championship!
BR 117 would provide communities the opportunity to open a charter school
9th All A’s: Matthew Embry, Brittney Gruber, Lennon Johnson, Allison Kurfiss, Abbigail Mencl, Emily Rich
North Butler Elementary students recently completed a mural in the school library. The fifth grade students worked under the direction of Jesse Simmons. The project was funded by a Kentucky Arts Council grant. This is the third grant project for the school. The other two murals are located in