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National Geographic Bee
The Largest City in British Columbia is . . . ?
Vancouver, Canada of course! They hosted the 2015 Women's World Cup championship game. This is the geography that challenged our students.
Each year thousands of schools in the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee using materials prepared by the National Geographic Society. The contest is designed to inspire students to be curious about the world. Schools with students in grades four through eight are eligible for this entertaining and challenging competition. Ten students from fifth and sixth grade qualified to be a part of this exciting event.
Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.
Dreaming Big on a Global Scale
Life in Space
During the month of December, Butler students were nominated for Boomerang asset #22---School Engagement. Young person is actively engaged in learning. The following students were nominated by their teachers or parents: Karley Stewart, Lena Karcher, Pacey Herman, Nick Mingacci, Jack Zwiebel, Morgan Tanhauser, Napreka Waugh, Harrison Shenkman, Elle DeStephanis, Emma Hancock, Allie Franck, Abby Shaheen, Kyle Moyer, Monika Daly, Peyton Flannery, Brian Lee, Shruthi Ravishankar, Noah Scabarozi, Carly Walker, and Nix Varano.
Mr. Anderson and Mrs. Milotich conducted our second town meeting at the beginning of January. The theme of our presentation was encouraging students to focus on the present moment. We guided students in the recognition that the past is not changeable, and the future is not in our control. Breathing strategies were reviewed and introduced to help students relax and be in the moment. For several examples of breathing strategies that you can practice home with your child, please see the following link.
We are also continuing to conduct classroom meetings. Currently, we are working with our second graders on additional self-calming and relaxation strategies.
Snack with the Principal
Parent Positive Series-Lenape Middle School-Thursday, February 18-7:00pm
This presentation will focus on getting a good night's sleep, healthy eating and balancing activities with family time. Families will leave with practical advice on developing a healthy family routine.
Appropriate for parents of elementary, middle, and high school-aged children. Babysitting for children in Kindergarten through 6th grade is available and will be provided by CB High School National Honor Society and Key Club students. Pre-registration required for babysitting.
Registration is encouraged. For more information or to register, visit DoylestownHealth.org/ParentPositive or call 215-345-2121.
Reporting Student Progress - 2nd Marking Period Reports
Elementary Progress Reports became available online though the Parent Portal on Wednesday, February 10th at 9:00 AM. A blast email should have notified parents the document is ready to view. We encourage all parents to open and view the progress report on the Parent Portal, as paper copies are not sent home.
If you have not set up a Parent Portal account, please click HERE in order to view the progress report for the 2nd marking period.
VH1 - Save the Music Benefit Concert - Featuring Butler Students
Butler 6th Grade Students participated in a benefit concert that raised $24,000 for a "Save the Music" campaign for underprivileged schools. They joined other elementary schools and CB Music Staff to put on a great show! Thanks Mrs. Griffin and students!
One Hundred days of school and 84 more to go!
Feeling royal about 100 days passed.
First Grade celebrates 100 days of school with projects of art and mathematics.
Comparing 100 with our favorite items.