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Coots recognized by United States Achievement Academy

A Butler County Middle School student has been recognized nationally by the United States Achievement Academy and Who's Who Among All-American Scholars. Collin Coots, an eighth grader at BCMS, has been honored by the USAA as a National Leadership and Service Award winner during the 2011-12 school year.

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BCHS Teacher Selected For Fellowship Program in Prestigious NSTA New Science Teacher Academy

FRANKFORT, Ky. — The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), the largest professional organization in the world promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all, in collaboration with The Dow Chemical Company Foundation, Amgen Foundation; Astellas Pharma US, Inc.; and the American Honda Foundation, today announced that Ashley Johnson, a science teacher at Butler County High School in Morgantown, Ky., was chosen from hundreds of applications nationwide to participate as an Amgen-NSTA Fellow in the 2011-2012 NSTA New Science Teacher Academy.

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Butler County Retired Teachers Association to honor several at luncheon

On Monday, March 12, at 12:00 noon, the Butler County Retired Teachers Association will be honoring and recognizing some of our extraordinary students, along with their parents, grandparents, teachers, and principals. We will recognize our recent 5th grade student from North Butler Elementary School, Zachary Whittinghill, for winning the Butler County Grandparent Essay of the Year Contest. Zach chose to write about his grandmother, Evelyn Raymer, who will also be recognized along with grandson, Zach.

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Project Prom Volunteers Needed

Are you planning on volunteering for Project Prom? If so, you need an updated background check. This is primarily for anyone who is not an employee of the school or someone who has not had a background check completed during this school year. Anyone who had a background check for Project Prom last year will need another one. Project Prom is April 28. Contact Tammy Dotson at (270) 526-2204 to get this completed ASAP because some background checks can take up to 2 months to get back. If the backgorund check is not completed in time, that person CANNOT volunteer.

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BCMS Monday Messenger / February 27

School News

1. Annabelle Cooper has qualified to represent our school system at the state level of the National Geographic Society's Geographic Bee on Friday, March 30th at the Carroll Knicely Conference Center on the campus of Western Kentucky University!  One winner from each state and territory will advance to the national competition held May 22-24 at the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C.  National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo Wild will air this final round, moderated by Alex Trebek, on Thursday, May 24 (to be followed on public television stations).

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Cooper qualifies for state Geo Bee

Annabelle Cooper and BCMS Social Studies teacher Becky Mudd

Annabelle Cooper, who won the school-wide Geography Bee in December, has qualified to represent the Butler County School District at the state level of the National Geographic Society's Geographic Bee on Friday, March 30 at the Carroll Knicely Conference Center on the campus of Western Kentucky University.  One winner from each state and territory will advance to the national competition held May 22-24 at the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C.

BCHS Band/Athletics Brick Fundraiser

Become a permanent part of Butler County High School and leave your legacy with a personalized commemorative brick to help support the BCHS BAND and ATHLETICS!! The 4" x 8" engraved bricks are a way to recognize and honor families, alumni, and special BCHS memories. Each brick will be permanently displayed at the front entrance of the BCHS athletic training facility and/or Bandroom. Basic Price is $50.00. Bricks can be personalized with individual or company names, dates, and special messages. Orders can be placed with any BAND or ATHLETIC BOOSTER or student working with this Fundraiser.

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MES and NBES students to compete in 22nd District Governor's Cup Competition

On Saturday, February 25th local schools will gather to take part in the 22nd District Governor’s Cup competition, an academic event sponsored by the Kentucky Association for Academic Competition. Participating schools are: Morgantown Elementary, North Butler Elementary, Lincoln Elementary and RE Stevenson Elementary.

Governor’s Cup features eight events, including the Quick Recall event, which is the only one open to the public.  Quick Recall begins at 12:00 at Morgantown Elementary.

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Business Department Advisory Council Luncheon

The Butler County High School Business Department Advisory Council met on February 8th at noon with a luncheon to discuss current issues facing the business workplace/workers. Members of the council are Robin Adcock, Lori Cardwell, Gina Givens, and Laura Lynch. Business co-op students, Chelsea Duke-Jones, Brad Strickland, and Lenze West were also in attendance. Kimberlea Embry, chair of the Career and Technical department, attended the luncheon as well, as well as Stacha Murphy, Business Teacher, who chaired and coordinated the meeting/luncheon.

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BCMS Monday Messenger / February 13

School News
1. The following students have advanced to STLP State Competition on March 22nd in Lexington, KY.

Fundraiser - See the Sites of Butler County One Month at a Time (BC Calendar) Hannah McClelland, Hannah Perry, and Mikayla Iler.
Geek Squad Ready - Web Design -  Madison Ford, Kane Gott, Gracie Grubb, Evan Johnson, and Olivia Jones.
Graphic Design - Hayden Johnson
Original Art - Ava Tuck and Mason Howard
Animation - Shandi Lindsey and Hannah McKinney                
Digital Music: Tori Hampton and Jenna Hawkins

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