Butler Elementary Nov. Newsletter

Mrs. Libby Nickoli, Principal

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Dear Families,


It is hard to believe we have made it to November!!!! What a great start to the year it has been. We would like to thank you for working with the school in regards to your child's health. We appreciate the proactive approach you are taking before sending your child to school.


As you know, we have hired social workers in each of our buildings this year. Jules Frazier is serving Butler and doing a fantastic job. She is now spearheading our monthly social-emotional word of the month. October was RESPECT and November is GIVING THANKS. Miss Frazier is visiting our classrooms, reading stories, and providing activities to reinforce our word/phrase of the month.


Please continue reading this Newsletter for important information and upcoming activities at Butler Elementary.


Sincerely,


Libby Nickoli, Principal

Meet our social worker, Jules Frazier

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My name is Jules Frazier and I am the Social Worker at Butler Elementary! As we are learning that mental health is just as important as physical health, my job at Butler is to be here for the children’s social and emotional needs! I graduated from Mapleton High School in 2017 and received my Bachelors in Psychology and Social Work from Bluffton University in May of 2021. I worked for Children's Services for three months but found that I wanted to have a bigger impact on a child’s life by seeing them every day in a school setting. I enjoy watching Cleveland sports, spending time with friends and family, and traveling (no matter how near or far!) While I am in my first year, I already feel so welcome by the staff and students and I am looking forward to the rest of the school year!

October was RESPECT month

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November 5th Quarter 1 grade cards go home


November 8th PTO meeting in Butler Elementary Cafeteria 6 p.m.


November 12th Veterans Day Assembly at Butler Elementary 8:30 a.m.


November 15th Parent-Teacher Conferences 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. NO SCHOOL for students


November 15th-19th Scholastic Book Fair in the Art room. Hours of Operation 8 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


November 19th Picture Retake Day


November 20th Father-Daughter Dance sponsored by Bellville and Butler PTO


November 22nd Willy Wonka at the Middle School 8:30 a.m.


November 24th-29th Thanksgiving Break


December TBA Christmas Plant Delivery


December 7th Holiday Shoppe 8:15-2:30 on the stage


December 13th-17th Canned food drive for the Butler Adult Center


December 21st Holiday Parties


December 22nd-January 2nd Christmas Break

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PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE WHEN YOUR CHILD WILL BE ABSENT

We appreciate our families communicating with their child's teacher when they are going to be absent. However, you must call the office. If we do not answer, please leave a message. Sally will check these voicemails every morning!
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Veterans Day Program, November 12th 8:30 a.m.

Butler Elementary will be observing and honoring our Veterans, Friday, November 12th at 8:30 a.m. Our third graders will be featured during the program and our guest speaker will be Charles Swank, Sergeant United States Army and father of Butler 5th graders Trey and Troy.


At the conclusion of the program, we invite our Veterans to enjoy a doughnut and coffee in our cafeteria.

Veterans Day Parade Information

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Parent Teacher conferences will be offered in person and via Zoom on November 15th from 8 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Please schedule a time with your child's teacher!

PTO will be feeding our staff members during conferences. Please click on the link to sign up and provide help!

Scholastic Book Fair November 15th-19th

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Please send canned goods in the week of December 13th through 17th

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These items will go to the Butler Adult Center

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Picture Retake Day November 19th Order Code will be posted in DOJO and sent out via REMIND

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Butler Elementary will travel to the Middle School on Monday, November 22nd at 8:30

We will be traveling to Clear Fork Middle School to watch Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Since we will be riding our school buses, students will be required to wear masks. Please notify the building principal, Libby Nickoli, if you do not want your child to ride the bus.

PTO Holiday Shoppe

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Please click on the link below for the Father Daughter Dance Saturday, November 20th

November PTO Meeting November 8th 6:00 p.m. in the Elementary cafeteria

Do you shop at Kroger or use a Kroger Plus card?

Do you want to help Butler Parents Club earn money at no cost to you? If so then you can find us on the app or website by going to their Kroger Community Rewards and either searching for Butler Elementary Parents Club or using our Kroger code: AH397. Once you add us to your community rewards you never have to think about it again! Thank you!!