District News

  • ALSDE Releases 2021-2022 Report Cards

    The Alabama Department of Education has released the Alabama State Report Card, containing a letter grade for schools and school systems across the state. The Report Card reflects several different factors, including academic achievement, academic growth, and chronic absenteeism, as well as graduation rates and college and career readiness for high schools. Follow the link below for each school's score.

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  • Cognia Announces BCSS as a 2022 System of Distinction

    Cognia announces Butler County Schools as a 2022 System of Distinction. The Schools of Distinction Award recognizes the schools and systems that truly stand out in their service to learners, as demonstrated in meeting the Cognia Performance Standards. Standards include growth in learning, a healthy culture for learning, engaging and high-quality instructional environments, and effective leadership for learning.

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  • PowerSchool Returning Student Registration

    Butler County Schools is excited to announce online Returning Student Registration for this school year! This online process replaces the paper forms sent home at the beginning of each school year. Returning Student Registration is REQUIRED using your PowerSchool Parent Account. Letters with Access IDs and passwords have been sent home and are included on each Progress Report. Please follow the steps on the letter to complete the registration process. Parents, this REQUIRED registration process is critical for your child’s school to have the most updated information in case of an emergency and school notifications. Click the Read More link below for additional information.

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  • MTSS Media Blitz held for BCSS

    The Butler County School System (BCSS) held a MTSS Media Blitz event Monday, Sept. 19, to announce the system being selected as one of the first in the state to participate in the MTSS program. MTSS, which stands for Multi-Tiered Student Support, is a program whereby student needs are addressed through a comprehensive, prevention-based framework aligned with the Alabama Achieves Strategic Plan.

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  • BCSS Student Meal Costs for 2022-2023

    Our federal and state governments are attempting to adjust their processes and procedures back to what they were pre-COVID. As a result, one such change is school meal charges. Click below for details on cost of meals for the 2022-2023 school year.

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  • BCSS Bullying Hotline

    In an effort to provide a safe school environment, the Butler County School System has established a hotline, email address, and a form for parents and students to report bullying issues. If you are experiencing bullying whether in-person or via cyber bullying, please contact us so that we can reach out to you. Your identity will not be revealed. Please provide a detailed account of when, where, how, and how often you experience bullying during your school day. Your physical and emotional health are important to us and we stand committed to intervene on your behalf.

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  • Online Meals Payment

    Parents can now pay online for your students school meals. Payments on PayPAMS go directly into your child’s meal account at the school cafeteria - no more lost lunch money!

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  • BCSS Charged Meals Policy

    Pursuant to USDA regulations, the CNP Program cannot incur debt. Uncollected, charged meals are considered bad debts and are not an allowable expenditure for the Child Nutrition Program. Please read the revised BCSS Charged Meals Policy at the link below.

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  • 22-23 BCSS COVID-19 Protocol

    Please read the updated COVID-19 protocol for the 2022-2023 school year at the link below.

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  • BCSS partners with Schneider Electric

    To fund building improvements and free up additional revenue for the district, we have partnered with Schneider Electric to renovate our buildings and implement new equipment for healthier and more comfortable spaces.

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  • ASU offers Ed.S Programs

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  •  Kelly Services

    Job Openings with Kelly Education

    Kelly Education Services is now hiring positions for the 2022-2023 school year. Please contact them at 1-800-528-0049 opt. 2 for more information.

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  • 2022-2023 Handbook & Student Code of Conduct

    The 2022-2023 Butler County Schools Handbook and Student Code of Conduct is linked below.

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  • School Spirit Shirts

    The revision to the dress code was intended to encourage school spirit and pride; and to allow school-based organizations to create spirit shirts to sell as fundraisers for their school-based organizations. The revision was not intended to create income for individuals. ALL school spirit shirts MUST be principal approved.

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  • 2022-2023 School System Calendar

    The school system calendar for the 2022-2023 was approved by the Butler County Board of Education at its regular meeting on Thursday, March 18, 2022. Click the Read More link below to view the new calendar.

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  • Renewal & Continuation of a Public School Tax

    Our school system is thankful for the support we have received from the citizens of Butler County. We ask you to continue your support by simply voting FOR the renewal of the current 12 mills ad valorem tax. Remember, this is not a new tax but simply a renewal of the existing tax that has been so generously provided for our students.

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  • BCSS FY2022 Proposed Budget Presentation

    The Butler County Board of Education Proposed Annual Budget for fiscal year October 1, 2021 - September 30, 2022.

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  • BCSS Public Participation at Board Meetings

    Follow the Read More link below for procedures and rules that apply for public participation at Board meetings.

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  • Annual Accountability Report

    As required by Alabama Act 95-313, the Butler County Board of Education is making Fiscal Year 2019-2020 accountability reports available to the media, parent organizations and legislators. The Financial Report, Student Achievement Report and the School Safety and Discipline Report (SIR) for the Butler County School System are available for review on the school system's website at www.butlerco.k12.al.us. Student achievement results were not reported for 2019-2020. Alabama was granted a waiver for 2019-2020 by the U. S. Department of Education due to COVID-19. Student achievement data for prior years is available on the Alabama State Department of Education's website at www.alsde.edu under AL Education Report Card, Supporting Data.

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  • BCSS Dual Enrollment Information

    Stay in the know with all of the latest dual enrollment information by following the dual enrollment website and enrolling in notifications through the Remind 101 app.

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