BCSS Parent Surveys parent survey

In an effort to improve our educational practices and to be in compliance with Federal requirements, students will be bringing home surveys for parents to complete. The surveys are required by the State Department of Education. Parents are required to complete two surveys. The two surveys that parents are required to complete may be submitted online or on paper.

McKenzie School Student Surveys bcss student survey

Students, please click the appropriate link below related to your grade level. The purpose of this survey is to find out your opinions about your school. Read each statement and choose the response that most closely matches your opinion. Please answer each item honestly. Your responses will be completely confidential.

Early Elementary Survey (K-2 Grade)

Elementary Survey (3-5 Grade)

Middle & High School Survey (6-12 Grade)

 

Smartwatches Added to Digital Device Policy no electronic device

Parents and students please be aware that smartwatches have been added to the Digital Device policy for students.  Smartwatches are not allowed during testing.

 

USE OF A DIGITAL DEVICE DURING THE ADMINISTRATION OF A SECURE TEST 
Student Policy 
The possession of a digital device (including but not limited to cell phones, smartwatches, MP3 players, cameras, or other telecommunication devices capable of capturing and relaying information) is strictly prohibited during the administration of a secure test. If a student is observed in possession of a digital device during the administration of a secure test, the device will be confiscated. If a student is observed using a digital device during the administration of a secure test, testing for the student will cease, the device will be confiscated and is subject to search, the student will be dismissed from testing, and the student's test will be invalidated. 

McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act homeless

According the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C.§11435 et seq), homeliness 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 

BCSS Teacher Recruitment Fairs BCSS logo

Are YOU who we're looking for?

The Butler County School System is looking for bright, motivated, and dedicated teachers who are prepared to provide inspirational leadership to children in their classroom and to raise achievement levels for every student.

The system will hold several on-site recruiting fairs beginning in March. Applicants will be able to interview with multiple administrators in one day for current or anticipated openings for the 2017-2018 school year. Click the link below for more information and to schedule an interview.

2017 Teacher Recruitment Fairs

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

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 No Bullying

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 to stopbullying@butlerco.k12.al.us.

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