GMS Recognized for Tolerance Efforts

Designated ‘Mix It Up’ Model School by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance program has named Greenville Middle School as a Mix It Up Model School for its exemplary efforts to foster respect and understanding among its students and throughout its campus during the 2014-15 school year.

Greenville Middle School is among 104 schools to receive the honor.

Georgiana Senior Signs Basketball Scholarship

 

 

Georgiana School senior, Jeremy Sims, signed a full basketball scholarship to Enterprise State Community College. Congratulations Jeremy!

BCSS Teacher Recruitment Fairs

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 2015-2016 school year. Click the link below for more information and to schedule an interview.

 

2015 Teacher Recruitment Fairs

Attention PreK Parents

ATTENTION PreK PARENTS
The Office of School Readiness collects anonymous information about your experience with Bright Beginnings. Please complete the Parent Survey at http://children.alabama.gov/parent-survey/ by April 30, 2015. You may complete the survey at your leisure at home or in your child’s classroom. Again, thank you for taking time to complete this brief survey.

Spring Vaccination Clinic

The Spring vaccination clinic for Greenville High, Greenville Middle, Georgiana and McKenzie Schools will be May 15th.

BCSS Announces Boys & Girls State Representatives

Alabama Boys & Girls State is one of the highest honors granted to Alabama students. Students from across the state are chosen based on their demonstration of leadership, hard work, strong morals, and motivation in school and community activities. Congratulations to the 2015 Butler County Representatives.

Georgiana Varsity Basketball Players named All-State
 
Congratulations to Georgiana Varsity Basketball Players on being named All-State for their outstanding accomplishments this season. All-State recognizes the very best players in each classification of the AHSAA.
 
Boys Class 1A - 1st Team-Richard Boggan & 3rd Team-Jacquez Payton
 
Girls Class 1A - 3rd Team-Tyanna Perkins
 
Bryan named ACEA Superintendent of the Year

 

Superintendent Amy Bryan has been named Alabama Community Education Association's State Superintendent of the Year.

Leadership Breakfast

The Butler County School System adopted the Habitudes program that teaches timeless character and leadership principles through the power of an image, a conversation and an experience. Five exemplary 9th grade students from each participating Habitudes class were recognized at a Leadership Breakfast this morning.

Leadership Breakfast Photo Album

Butler County Schools Mourn the Loss of Two Students

With deepest sympathy, Butler County School System extends their condolences to the Messer family and friends in the tragic loss of their two loved ones. Kacey and Cody Messer, a 5th and 10th grader at Georgiana School,  lost their lives in a house fire. We will continue to honor the memory of Cody and Kacey. 

Rep. Martha Roby visits McKenzie School

Representative Martha Roby visited McKenzie School afternoon.  She toured the school, visited classrooms, and spoke with the Junior class.  She answered questions from the Junior Class and discussed goals for the future.  She also met with city and county leaders to discuss concerns and issues. 

EPA’s Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act of 1986

The Butler County Board Of Education remains in compliance with EPA’s Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act of 1986.  In 2013, the school system conducting the three year re-inspections in accordance with EPA’s AHERA Act in 2013.  Six month periodic surveillance and the training of employees will continue. 

The asbestos management plans are on file at the office of Mr. Tracy Mills and at each individual school.  They are available for review during normal business hours.  If you have questions, please contact Mr. Tracy Mills, the LEA Designated Coordinator, at (334) 437-1664.

Butler County School's App

BCSS now has a free app for you to have direct access to school news, calendar events, athletic events, breakfast and lunch menus, school information, board of education information, I-Now, and access to the system’s Facebook postings.

http://launch.customschoolapp.net/butlercs/

2014-15 State Superintendent Visual Art Competition

2014-2015 State Superintendent Visual Art Competition

Butler County School's District Winners

BCSS Accreditation Results

Butler County Schools has earned the distinction of accreditation by AdvancED for a five-year term.  View the district summary report by clicking on the link below.

BCSS AdvancED Exit Summary

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