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BCHS students attend Young Women LEAD Conference at NKU

Audrey Porter, Payton Grubb, Logan Lawrence, Laura Baseheart and Rachel Rose attended the Young Women LEAD Conference at Northern Kentucky University on October 16.  These young women were involved in sessions promoting development, leadership and planning for success.  Keynote speakers were Julie Marie Carrier, a motivational speaker and Dominique Dawes, former Olympic gymnast and Gold medalist.  The goal of Young Women LEAD is to help young women discover innate qualities and strengths and to challenge them to reach higher levels of personal growth and development.  Students were accompan


North Butler Elementary Mural

Fifth graders at North Butler Elementary School are leaving their mark on the school in a big way. For the fourth year in a row North Butler Elementary School fifth graders participated in a mural painting project. Jesse Ray Sims, an artist from Cave City, has worked with the students to implement his design from a scaled drawing to a life-size mural. In 2010, Sims worked with students to create an Appalachian themed mural. In spring of 2011 he worked with students in creating a Native American themed mural.


BCHS September 2012 Students of the Month

Lute Locke

Four Butler County High School students have been recommended by faculty/staff members for September student of the month honors based on attendance, promptness to class, participation in class, grades or attitude.  These students are Sara Santilli, Lute Locke, Katelynn Pierson and Maggie Willis.


Math Workshop For Parents

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Phil Chalmers' True Lies Assembly coming to BCHS, BCMS

A nationally-recognized motivational speaker, Phil Chalmers, will be in Morgantown on Thursday, October 11, for two sessions at local schools - 9 a.m. at Butler County High School and 1 p.m. at Butler County Middle School.  A free concert is also planned for 7 p.m.


BCMS Teachers Honored

Cody Donaldson, Kyllie Doughty, and Latisha Cardwell

The Donna Hornsby Joint Technology Award and a check in the amount of $400 was presented to Butler County Middle School 6th Grade Teachers, Cody  Donaldson and Kyllie Doughty, and Library Media Specialist, Latisha Cardwell.  Mrs. Cardwell accepted the award and check at the 2012 Kentucky Library Association/Kentucky School Media Association Joint Conference at the Galt House in Louisville, Friday, September 21st.  The Donna Hornsby Joint Technology Project Award honors the memory of Kentucky school librarian, Donna Hornsby, who passed away in 1999.


PBI Bank Visits BCMS

Mrs. Andrea Hunt and Mrs. Amanda Neighbors taught various banking topics to the students.

On Monday, September 24th, the 6th grade students in Mr. McCrocklin’s math classes were given a treat by guest speakers from PBI Bank. 

Mrs. Andrea Hunt and Mrs. Amanda Neighbors taught various topics to the students including; check writing, making deposits, balancing a bank register, ATM machines, debit/credit cards, etc. The students also played an M and M’s savings game.


BCHS College /Post Secondary School Fair

Butler County High School held their annual College/Post Secondary School Fair on Thursday, September 27. The event was hosted by the BCHS Guidance Office and Youth Service Center. Seniors, Juniors, and sophomores were allowed to take full advantage of  information from over 34 different post secondary schools.


BCHS Marching Band

The Butler County High School Band has participated in three shows thus far this season and hosted a home show. 
Show results:
Franklin: The band was named Reserved Grand Champion with the score of 68.2 and won Class 2A,
Russellville: The band placed third with a score of 62.7
Logan County: The band won first place in Class 2A with a score of 70.6, Best Color Guard 2A, and Best Color Guard Overall

Video from Russellville Show:


Preparing Butler County’s Students for College and Career (Part 1)

KENTUCKY STUDENTS are being taught mathematics and English/language arts under new, more challenging standards that are designed to improve their preparation for college and career. Progress is measured by state tests, administered for the first time in 2012, that reflect the performance of both students and schools in meeting the requirements of the higher standards. The complexity of the process understandably raises many questions as parents, employers, civic leaders and other interested Kentuckians seek to learn more about the state’s education improvement efforts.



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