Operation Graduation & 2nd Chance

BCSS’s is committed to assuring students with barriers that barriers can be overcome by assisting each youth in becoming ready for college and/or a career. Barriers included poverty, deficiency in basics literacy skills, being a high school dropout, considered homeless, being a foster child, becoming a teen parent, and more. Operation Graduation and 2nd Chance exist to assist youth in overcoming these barriers. College and business tours, gift card and trip incentives, group and individual mentoring sessions, resume writing, individualized tutoring to increase basic literacy skills,  and career exploration are just a few benefits to participating in either of these programs.

2014-2015 School Supply Lists

The 2014-2015 School Supply Lists for Butler County Schools have been posted for your convenience.  The lists for each school can be found under the Parents & Students section or by clicking the link below.


2014-2015 School Supply Lists

2014-15 School Calendar

The Butler County Board of Education approved the 2014-2015 school calendar on November 21, 2013. The approved calendar provides for 175 student days with a start date of August 11th for students.

School Calendar 

Summer Reading Challenge

For Alabama's students, summer is a time of fun, but those months away from school can result in a loss of knowledge and reading ability. The Summer Learning Challenge raises awareness of the summer loss epidemic, shares compelling research on the importance of personalized reading activities and provides access to a variety of free resources to support targeted reading and math summer learning.

Summer Reading Challenge Website

Summer AHSGE Testing Schedule

Summer administration of the Alabama High School Graduation Exam (AHSGE) will be given on July 7th through 11th at the Butler County Board of Education Board Room.  Anyone interested in taking the exam must contact Mrs. Cindy Wilson at (334)382-2665 ext. 1209 by June 25th.  After June 25th eligibility cannot be verified.  

GHS Art Students Paint City Mural

The Greenville High advanced art students, mostly comprised of Seniors, painted the mural of Hank Williams in downtown Greenville. The mural was done at the request of Mayor McLendon and the Greenville Chamber of Commerce. The future plan is to add more images related to Hank WIlliams to cover the entire wall.

Have We Made A Difference Today? Then tell us about it!

Attention Parents and Employees:

Have you noticed someone in your school (teacher, support personnel, bus driver, or administrator)…..

¨ Helping  a co-worker?

¨ Volunteering for a committee or task?

¨ Going above and beyond for a student or parent?

¨ Lending support to a staff member?

¨ Going the “extra mile” in any form?

Then here’s your chance to give that person a “pat on the back”.  Employees, students, parents, and community members are encouraged to nominate someone who “Makes the Difference” in our schools.

Bullying Hotline

In an effort to provide a safe school environment, the Butler County School System has established a hotline and email address for parents and students to report bullying issues

Please report any bullying concerns by calling the local phone number 334-382-4989 or the toll-free number 866-663-8244. Also, you may email your issues tostopbullying@butlerco.k12.al.us.

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