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Butler County Middle School
505 Ward Ave P.O. Box 10
Morgantown, KY 42261
Main Office 270-526-5647
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Cafeteria 270-526-2520
Principal: Robert Tuck

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Monday Messenger
Butler County Middle School
Monday Messenger
March 23, 2015

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Butler County Middle School: Statement of Purpose

To view the BCMS Statement of Purpose, please click here.


BCMS Middle Years Newsletter

BCMS is happy to provide this new resource for parents and students. Middle grade children go through dramatic changes and desperately need their parents’ support. Many parents want to help, but aren’t sure what to do. With Middle Years, we can give parents the help they need.  Every issue offers practical ideas to:

  • Improve school success.
  • Strengthen the home and school partnership.
  • Enhance parenting skills.
  • Strengthen family life.
  • Understand middle graders’ behavior.
  • Build positive character traits.

(See Resources for Educators website.)

September - A+ Organizing

October - Rules that Work

November - A Plan for Study Time


20th Annual Regional Bridge Building Championships

  On Saturday, March 14, the WKU Center for Research and Development in Bowling Green hosted the annual Regional Bridge Building Competition. This competition was open to all area schools. There were 36 qualifying contestants from Butler County Middle School who entered bridges in the middle school division.
Butler County Middle School students placing in the top three and receiving plaques were: Kobe Annis (1st place with an efficiency of 1,474.45); Maggie Dotson (2nd place with an efficiency of 768.71); and Shelby McKinney (3rd place with an efficiency of 742.86). This year plaques were awarded to the top three finishers. Kobe Annis and Maggie Dotson have placed in the top two positions for the last two consecutive years.
Other students finishing in the top ten were: Taylor Burden (4th place); Cole McElwain (5th place); Hunter McKee (6th place); Hannah Gill (7th place); Samuel Rice (8th place); Naasia Cook (9th place); and Carson Carroll (10th place).
Also, Trevor Cardwell and Kaylee VanMeter received Aesthetic Design plaques for the artistic design of a bridge. Trevor placed first and Kaylee placed second in this category. Trevor Cardwell has won this award two years in a row.


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Band - Solo & Ensemble

The following students received a distinguished at KMEA Solos and Ensembles: Candice Smith, Claire Coleman, Sarah Belcher, Breanna Gidcumb, Rowan Hunsicker, Haley Drake, Taylor Burden, Mattie McKinney, Haley McKee, Annie Locke, Samantha Henderson, Emma Easley, and Kailie Beasley.

Conservation Writing Contest Winners

Congratulations to the 2014 Conservation Writing Contest winners: first place Mattie Wells, second place Samuel Rice, and third place Emily Tyree. First place won $50, second place won $30, and third place $20. The awards reception will be March 19, 2015 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Eva Hawes Community Building in the City Park.

STLP Digital Online Judging Pieces - UPDATE

Results from the Digital Products have been sent out. In addition to the three showcase groups, the following will also compete in March at STLP State Competition:

Jessilynn Embry - Digital Art - Illusion

Jessica Raeuchle - Digital Photo - Black and White Waters

Mattie Wells - ePublishing - Grade Card Pick-up & Family Night

Jessilynn Embry - Graphic Design - Hope

Trevor Cardwell - Manipulated Image - Space

Hailley Daniel & Erin Tyree - Multimedia (Animation) - Rude Lady

Erin Tyree & Hailley Daniel - Technical Writing - How to add your voice to GoAnimate for Schools

Congrats to all of the students!!

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