Dr. Strycker's Weekly Update strycker

Read about the first full week of school in Dr. Strycker's weekly update.

 

Superintendent's Weekly Update

BCSS Budget Hearings

The Butler County Board of Education will conduct a special called meeting and first budget hearing for FY 2018 on Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.  The meeting will be held at the Central Office Boardroom located at 949 Oglesby Street in Greenville, Alabama.  The public is encouraged to attend.

FY18 BCSS Budget Presentation

Bright Beginnings Pre-K Openings Available Bright Beginnings

Butler County School System’s Bright Beginnings Preschool Program still has openings for new students at the Greenville and Georgiana School sites. This is a nationally recognized, tuition free preschool program for children who are four years old by September 1.  Interested parents/guardians may contact Mrs. Catherine Tanner at 334-382-2665, ext. 1208 or by e-mail to obtain an application or additional information.

Butler County Board of Education August/September 2017 Meeting Schedule

The Butler County Board of Education meeting schedule for August and September is listed below by clicking read more.  The meetings will be held at the Central Office Boardroom located at 949 Oglesby Street in Greenville, Alabama.  The public is encouraged to attend. 

Dr. Strycker's Parent Letter Welcoming Students Back BCSS Logo

Follow the link below for Dr. Strycker's welcome back letter to parents and guardians of the Butler County School System.

 

Welcome Back Letter for Parents & Students 

2017-2018 School Supply Lists supply lists

Supply lists for the 2017-2018 school year are now available at the link below.

2017-2018 Supply Lists

Flu Information for Parents

Alabama Department of Public Health has provided a helpful flu flyer for parents. Please follow the link below to view the important information.

 

ADPH Influenza Flyer

McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act

According the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C.§11435 et seq), homelessness is defined as a child or youth who lack fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence.  This means that children or youth could be living in home situations such as shared housing with other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardships of parents/guardians, or similar reasons; living in an emergency or transitional shelter (domestic violence, emergency, or transitional housing unit); living in a car, park, abandoned building, public building, substandard housing (lack of running water, heat, electricity), bus or train station, or a similar setting; student seeking enrollment without an accompanying parent but not in foster care; migrant student and/or living in conditions described in previous examples; or the student has run away from home, abandoned, or kicked out. 

If you are the legal parent, guardian, foster parent, or caretaker of a preK – 12th grade student enrolled in Butler County School System that is experiencing homelessness, click the link below.  Students that are experiencing homelessness are also strongly encouraged to complete the questionnaire by clicking the link below.  Help is just a click away!

BCSS Homeless Assistance Questionnaire

Make a Difference In Butler County Schools HelpingSchools

Ask for a Helping Schools Tag when you renew your tag this year. 

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