Weekly Update

Butterfield Elementary School

For the LOVE of Reading

The Butterfield School PTA is proud to present the “For the Love of Reading” program! We encourage every student to cozy up and read between February 1 and February 12! Each student that reaches the goal set below will receive a token good for a free scoop of custard at Culver’s of Lombard. Every class that has 80% of its students meet their reading goal will be given a classroom incentive to be determined by their teacher(s). More details about this event can be found by clicking For the Love of Reading

PTA Dine- Out

Join us on January 27th, from 9am-10pm for a BF PTA Fundraiser at Oberweis, Woodgrain Pizza and That Burger Joint. Details for this event are outlined on the PTA Dine-Out Flyer

Do You Want To Build a Snowman??

How about a little weekend fun? With the forecast showing some snowy days this upcoming week, we would like BF Families to share pictures of their children outside having some FUN!! Whether you are building a snowman, sledding, building a fort, walking a dog, or any other weekend/week winter fun, please submit pictures to us at butterfieldyearbook2020@gmail.com

Kindergarten Registration Packet Pick Up Begins Feb. 1

Beginning Monday, February 1st, there will be Kindergarten Registration Packets outside of BF school at Door 1 and Door 14. Parents of incoming K students will need to pick up a packet to complete prior to the registration dates. Please review the enclosed flyer for dates and times that BF K registration will be offered.


Kindergarten Registration Flyer

NEW Self- Certification Procedures for ALL Hybrid Students

All students must complete the self certification form located in Skyward Family Access prior to arriving on January 25, 2021. We are requiring this of ALL FAMILIES with children who are hybrid/in-person. Instructions on how to do so can be found here.


NOTE: This self certification form is different from the daily “wellness screening” you have been completing. When entering Skyward, please make sure you are completing the form titled “COVID-19 Self-Certify - Jan 25.”


All students who complete the self certification will be provided a District 44 backpack tag, which signifies to us that our families continue to honor our DAILY requirement that only children who are symptom-free are on campus.


Students will be provided this backpack tag only after we have checked that their self certification was completed. Any family who has not completed this will be immediately contacted by the child’s school and not be allowed to return until complete.

SAVE THE DATE: March 20, 2021 District 44 Science Fair for K - 8 Students

This year we are offering students in grades K-8 the opportunity to join the Virtual District 44 Science Fair. Due to the pandemic, we want to make sure that all students, whether learning with the hybrid model or remote, can participate in this all digital/remote Science Fair for 2021. Please note: Online Registration Due by Friday, February 5. You can complete by clicking here.


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Victor Pacini: Be Seen Be Heard Parent Information

Erin’s Law, House Bill 6193, was signed by Governor Pat Quinn on January 24, 2013. This law requires schools to implement an age-appropriate sexual assault and abuse awareness and prevention curriculum for grades pre-K through 12. It is recommended that four communications a year on Erin’s Law be made available to all students. Please click here Be Seen Be Heard Parent Letter to understand the purpose of the program.