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Unleashed- Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Go to to hear Woody read each chapter and try the interactive chapter activities. Thanks to Kentucky Utilities/LG&E, Kentucky Office for Adventure Tourism, Kentucky Press Association and Newspaper in Education for helping to make this statewide literacy project possible.

"May I have another apple?" I asked Mom as we traveled down the Mountain Parkway.

"You've eaten two, son," Mom said. "I'm afraid more will hurt your belly."


BCHS August 2012 Students of the Month

Taylor King

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.


Butler Co. High School NJROTC Competes

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. Accompanying Butler County at the field meet were Army, Navy and Air Force units from Muhlenberg and Daviess County High Schools as well as participants from Fort Campbell, Northside, and the host high school of Paducah. While the events were held mostly for friendly competition, sportsmanship was also awarded at the end of the day.


Senior Recognition At Marching Band Festival

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. Central, Macon Co., Grayson Co., and Muhlenberg Co. The show started at 10:00am with the Butler County Middle School Band playing the National Anthem.   The 17 seniors were honored along with special recognition of Robert Cunningham.


Unleashed- Chapter 2

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.

“I thought about that, Woody,” Chloe said, “but Doc has never put our medicine in a big cardboard box and told us to wait until we get home to open it.”

Chloe had a point. Judging from the way Mom and Dad were looking at each other, I knew they were stumped, too.

“Maybe it’s an exercise video to help us get in shape,” Chloe offered.


Junie B. Jones visits M. E. S.

Morgan McKinney

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. Trabue would like to thank all parents who attended and a special thank you to Junie B. for the visit. 

Tera Hampton


BCMS Monday Messenger / August 13

Butler County Middle School
Monday Messenger
August 13, 2012

School News
1. Butler County Middle School will be starting our Bullying Program this week.  During study skills time, all teachers will discuss the following Bullying topics with students: 
Day 1 – What is Bullying?
Day 2 – Forms of Bullying
Day 3 – BCMS Stop. Talk. Walk. Program
Day 4 – Conflict Resolution 


Jim Green Honored By KECSAC and KASA

First Lady Jane Beshear and Jim Green.

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. These honors are designed to highlight the dedication and skill that teachers, administrators, and support staff in KECSAC programs bring to the education of students at-risk.


Local counselor elected Vice President of KY School Counselor Association

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. Tyree has been active in the Association presenting EILA (Effective Instuctional  Leadership Act) workshops on the topics of grief counseling, bullying, and effective small group counseling techniques.  She will begin her duties August 25th in Lexington.


BCHS Teacher Selected for Agricultural Educator Award

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.   



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