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BCHS Future Business Leaders of America

The Butler County Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America attended the 11th Annual Junior Achievement Teen Summit at SkyPac in Bowling Green KY on November 27th.  The event began with a panel of distinguished business people and educators to answer questions from students concerning being college and career ready.
The main speaker was author, John Beede, who spoke about setting goals and achieving those goals.  Each attendee received a copy of his latest book.


BCMS Band members participate in Quad-State Middle School Band Festival

Johnson, Embry, Hampton, and West

Murray State University hosted the 66th Annual Quad-State Middle School Band Festival Monday, November 19th. Tori Hampton, Bonnie West, Clay Johnson and Garrett Embry represented the Butler County Middle School Band.  Students participated in master classes with MSU faculty and rehearsals with quad state directors, finishing the day with a special concert. The Butler County Middle School band is directed by Jason Ausbrooks. 


Morgantown Elementary Honor Roll

Morgantown Elementary School- 1st Grading Period
Ms. Allen:  Perfect Attendance  Marshal Browning, Dustin H., Isaac Keown

Mrs. Baker:  Perfect Attendance Ashelyn Barks, Abby Cockrell, Isabella Faye Embry, Case Hooten, Autumn Mueller, Reed Noble, Jacob Proctor, Toxey Renfrow

Mrs. Elmore:  Perfect Attendance  Ty’ Sean Bigbee, Caleb Brown, Shelby Daugherty, Trever Deweese, Don Elmore, Ivy Qiu, Lawson White


BCHS October 2012 Students of the Month

Felicia Hale

Four Butler County High School students have been recommended by faculty/staff members for October student of the month honors based on attendance, promptness to class, participation in class, grades or attitude.  These students are Felicia Hale, Trevor Jenkins, Brandon Jones, and Darrah McElwain.   

Trevor Jenkins



Butler Co. High School Honor Roll

9th Grade Honor Roll All A's: Isaiah Arnold, Noah Bailey, Hannah Barrow, Skylar Boyd, Naomi Cade, Sabrina Camus, Jordan Clark, Abby Coomes, Annabelle Cooper, Collin Coots, Jarred Corona, Emily Coy, Erica Daugherty, Ian Embry, Alma Fernandez, Kimberlea Ferrell, Stephanie Gray, Hanna Gruber, Krystin Hardin, Jacob Hixenbaugh, Abagail Hudson, Nolan Johnson, Taylor King, Miranda Maxfield, Darrah McElwain, Brittany Mills, Emily Mullins, Olivia Neighbors, Matthew Neighbors, Lyndsey Phillips, Cameron Price, Emma Robbins, Ashley Sanford, Cara Skipworth, Emily Wallace, Madison Wells, Kaitlyn Wilson,


BCMS releases honor roll and perfect attendance list for 1st nine weeks

Butler County Middle School has released its honor roll and perfect attendance recognition list for the first nine weeks grading period. 


8th grade "ALL A" HONOR ROLL:


BCHS SBDM Minutes from Nov. 1 Meeting

Butler County High School

SBDM Meeting Agenda

November 1, 2012

4:30 p.m., BCHS Library


SBDM Members:

Hanna Southerland, Present

Stacha Murphy, Teacher

Dennis Robbins, Present

Christal McKinney, Present

Rhoda Chism, Present

Patrick O’Driscoll, Present 


Mr. O’Driscoll called the meeting to order and welcomed guest John Burden

Mr. O’Driscoll added item 8 to agenda – Accreditation/Governance handout.  Motion by Dennis Robbins, Second by Christal McKinney – motion carried.


Unleashed- Chapter 8

Chapter 8

I’d lost my breakfast over Red River Gorge, fallen off my horse in the Daniel Boone National Forest, and now I was 65 feet in the air with my nose stuck in a woodpecker hole.

Chloe was the first to notice. “Woody, look at this.” When I didn’t respond, Chloe looked at me.

“Are you OK, Woody?” Chloe asked.

Wag, wag.

“Are you stuck?”

Wag, wag.

“Should I get Mom and Dad?”

Wag, wag, wag.


RAKU: Collaboration of Fire and Ice

WKU Art Education joins forces with local schools to provide students an interdisciplinary experience in creating art from science.


Unleashed- Chapter 7

Chapter 7

When I saw, “Welcome to California,” my heart stopped. “Dad, I’m sorry! I read the directions wrong. Surely Doc Albert didn’t want us in California!”

“Relax,” Dad said, laughing. “We aren’t in the state of California; we’re in California, Kentucky, a city in Campbell County that has about 86 people – much different from the Golden State.”

After arriving in California, our new trainer, Rex, met us with a warm, friendly smile. When Rex informed us of our activity, our mouths dropped.



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