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BCMS Hosts Technology Fair

"Old Car" by Ashley Mudd

The Butler County Middle School Technology Fair was held Thursday, December 15, at the school.  The event is part of the school's Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP), which is coordinated by BCMS teacher Sherlyn Bratcher.  Other co-sponors of the program are teachers Latisha Cardwell, Pam Fazel, Carissa Poston, Leslie Shultz, and Miriam Taylor. 


Scholarship information needed

Butler County High School awards several local scholarships from area businesses, organizations and individuals. 


BCMS Site Base Decision Making Council Elections

The Butler County Middle School is accepting parent nominations to serve on the 2014-2015 Site Base Decision Making Council. 

The Site Base Decision Making Council has the responsibility to set school policy consistent with district board policy and will provide an environment to enhance students’ achievement and help the school meet their goals. 

BCMS Conservation Writing Contest Finalists

Butler County Middle School 6th grade students have been working diligently for the last few weeks on writing pieces for the 2013 Conservation Writing Contest sponsored by the Kentucky Division of Conservation. This years Writing Contest was entitled Mission: H2O and challenged the students to consider an area of water that was important to them, their families and community.
Students completed research about water and its importance in everyday life and wrote persuasive letters encouraging others to conserve and preserve the water supply.

MES cuts ribbon on "BIG RED" Computer Lab

Morgantown Elementary School  hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for their new “Big Red” Computer Lab today.  

BtN Teams With KPA To Provide "Outstanding In His Field" to Butler Co. Students

Beech Tree News is proud to be part of the Kentucky Press Association Fall Chapter Series, Outstanding In His Field, which begins this week and continues for 10 weeks.  Beech Tree News has given out over 500 scrapbooks to students at Morgantown Elementary and North Butler Elementary. A new chapter will be provided online each week for students to use to compile their own book. Written by Leigh Anne Florence and illustrated by Chris Ware. This year’s Kentucky literacy project teaches students about Kentucky agriculture.


NBES PTO Meeting

The NBES PTO will be holding a Special Called Meeting on Monday, April 22, at 3:15 to set the guidelines for Site Base Decision Making (SBDM) Council PARENT REPRESENATIVE elections for the 2013/2014 school year.  The meeting will be held in the PTO room #117.


Big Year for BCMS STLP!

This has been a very eventful and competitive year for the BCMS Student Technology Leadership Program.  The group started the year off with presenting at JumpStart to introduce the incoming 6th graders to the program.  Once school began and the membership drive was over with 87 members, we then moved to prepare for the Regional Showcase competition at Western Kentucky University on December 6th.  We had four showcases competing:



Educational Talent Search at Western Kentucky University Holds FASFA Day

Workshop for Parents and Students

Educational Talent Search at Western Kentucky University will be at Butler County High School on Thursday, January 17th, 2013 from 8:00am-5:00pm holding a FASFA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) day for Seniors and parents. The event is open to all high school Seniors. Staff will be available to assist in filling out and submitting the FASFA. The following items are needed in order to complete the application and should be brought by parents and students to FASFA Day:


Raise the Curtain! MES receives grant from Macy's to perform "Yes, Virginia The Musical"

Morgantown, KY – December 10, 2012– In celebration of the fifth anniversary of Macy’s holiday “Believe” campaign, the retailer is bringing the beloved “Yes, Virginia” animated special to life on school stages across the country! “Yes, Virginia The Musical” is based on a true story and tells the heartwarming tale of 8-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon, who wrote a letter to the New York Sun newspaper in 1897, inquiring about the existence of Santa Claus.



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