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BC-TV News - On the Road

During this holiday season what are you looking for? A little getaway from all the hustle and bustle, an exciting new dining experience that the chain restaurants just can’t offer, something new that will entertain everyone in the family, or that perfect unique one of a kind present for that special someone?

 

Recently, the BC-TV News team went “On the Road” to Owensboro and may have found just what you’re looking for. The students were taken to Owensboro and given 3 hours to meet new people and tell their stories. The trip resulted in our students having their eyes opened as the people they met shared their life experiences and journeys with them. I hope the stories they tell will also help you get to know our warm neighbors to the north.

To watch this Special Edition of BC-TVNews.com


BC-TV News

The 6th Edition of BC-TV News is available on our www.BC-TVNews.com.

  • Blake Graham and Caleb Renfrow give us a snapshot of who’s behind the camera in “Yearbook”.
  • Lute Locke and Sean Whittinghill direct our attention to a behind the scenes look at “SUPA”.
  • Of course, BC-TV News wouldn’t be the same without our fan favorite commercials. This week’s commercial, “The Other News Network” stars Lute Locke, Jacob Phelps and Remmington Harpe.
  • You can get your caffeine fix with the next story by Alfredo Gomez and Jacob Hixenbaugh in “The Coffee Bar”.
  • Our sports reporter, Emily Rich, celebrates “Senior Night” with our senior football players who have worked so hard over the years for a sport they love.
  • As we enter the holiday season many of us look for ways to help others, Kimberlea Ferrell, Trevor Howlett and Riley Slaughter help us get to know a group of people who have that holiday spirit all year long at “The Morgantown Mission.
  • In, “Harvest on the Square”, Hannah Perry and Maddie McKinney display the enormous talent that many people have in our community.
  • Finally, Brittany Qualls and Emily Rich set the table for us to get a glimpse of “Veganism” and both the myths and truths surrounding this dietary choice.

Congratulations to the 2015 Calendar Girl/Centerfold Winners:

Calendar Girl Cover:  Molly Sanders
Centerfold:  Nolan Johnson

January:  Payton Howard
February:  Kendra Dockery
March:  Aspen Arnold
April:  Rachel Phelps
May:  Gracie Deel
June:  Allie Easley
July:  Sarah Johnson
August:  Addison Hall
September:  Macy West
October:  Whitney Jenkins
November:  Harlie Deweese
December:  Hannah Renfrow


Calendar Girl

Calendar Girl contestants need to stop by room 18 by Thursday morning and tell Mrs. Embry the name of their free pass.

Calendar Girl and Centerfold Guy Pageant will be this Saturday night, November 15th beginning at 7PM in the Gymnasium.


LAN Party

The LAN Party is scheduled for tonight starting at 10 p.m. and lasting until 6 a.m. on Saturday morning.


Halloween

Reminder that the Kindergarten Classes from North Butler and Morgantown Elementary will be trick 0r treating with us on Friday. They will be here around 1:20. Please No Scary Masks, we want them to have a fun time and not be scared.


Blackout

This Friday, October 31st, is our Senior Night for Football. We play Edmonson County and it will be our BLACKOUT night. Shirts are for sale, contact Katie Flener Katie.flener@butler.kyschools.us or

270-526-2204 ext 232) to order yours.

Come out and support our Bears in BLACK as we finish our regular season at home.

$10. Sizes Youth S – Adult 3X.


Choir Concert

The BCHS Chamber Choir concert is Sunday, November 2nd at MCC. The concert begins at 2PM.


LAN Party Permission Slips Due Today!

There will be a TSA LAN Party on Friday, November 7th starting at 10 p.m. and ending on Saturday morning, November 8th at 6 a.m. Paid permission slips are due TODAY.


Calendar Girl and Centerfold

Calendar Girl and Centerfold Applications are available outside rooms 1 and 18. They are due on Friday, October 24.


Senior Ads

Yearbook Senior Ad deadline extended to Oct 22 to purchase an ad. Message and Pictures are due November 5th.


Congratulations

Congratulations to Emma Robbins for receiving Honorable Mention for her artwork in the Warren RECC cookbook competition!

 

Congratulations to Megan Cockrell for being selected as one of this year's winners in the VSA's International Art Competition. Her artwork will be on display at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C. during the month of November 2014.


BC-TV News

The 5th Edition of BC-TV News is available.

  • Naomi Cade and Ian Embry slip into the back seat to take a look at “Teen Drivers”.
  • Of course, BC-TV News wouldn’t be the same without our fan favorite commercials. This week’s commercial, “The Substitute” stars Mr. Brian Bivens in his first major screen role.
  • Remmington Harpe and Dylan Inglis take note of all the hard work that goes into making our “BCHS Choir” so successful.
  • We have much and many to be thankful to for the freedoms we have. Samantha Castro examines one man’s journey as we celebrate our “Veterans”.
  •  Our sports reporter, Emily Rich, takes a look at the last two Bears victories on the gridiron.
  • Finally, many of our students and people from the community are even more appreciative of what we have as citizens of this great country and have a better understanding of the saying, “With Great Gifts Comes Great Responsibility”. Nolan Johnson and Isaiah Arnold have the story.

We hope you enjoy the show.


Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs

Any student that would like to hear the Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs presentation, please sign up in the guidance office to be allowed to attend, on Oct. 21st at 10 a.m.


Science Club

ATTENTION SCIENCE CLUB: Don't forgot Wednesday is Bill Nye. You must have paid your $15 dues to attend. Jumpstart to prep for super Saturday after school Friday until 5. Super Saturday is this Saturday!


BC-TV News - Oct 3 - 2014

Broadcast I Students
The 4th Edition of BC-TV News is available on our website for you and your students to watch during Bear Time or whenever it is convenient for you.

The students have been really working hard to improve their performance each week.

This edition includes the following stories:

  • Blake Graham and Caleb Renfrow take an inside look at “Spirit Week” to see what all the strange outfits and cheering are about.
  • Emily Rich goes on the field to examine the football team’s progress in “Sports”.
  • The “Cell Phone Policy” has Lute Locke and Sean Whittinghill a bit distracted,
  •  Dakota Shutt and Drew Clark get tuned in to an event in downtown Morgantown, “Music at the Mural”.
  • The “Boys and Girls Club” provides Hannah Perry and Maddie McKinney with possible options if you love kids.
  • Of course, another Remmington Harpe Biggenz Commercial.
  • In “Foods”, Alfredo Gomez and Jacob Hixenbaugh get to taste everything available.
  • Finally, “The Soup Kitchen” serves as a wonderful resource to a lot of people in the Morgantown area. Kimberlea Ferrell, Riley Slaughter and Trevor Howlett help us understand the passion behind the service.

We hope you enjoy the show.


Centre College

Centre College is accepting interview appointments for the Owensboro date. Visit www.centre.edu/interviews for dates and times.


ETS Freshman Frenzy and Sr. Flashforward

ETS Freshmen Frenzy and Sr. Flashforward Permission slips are due tomorrow in the Guidance Office.


Donut Orders

Donut orders need to be turned in to Mrs. Poston in room 5 this week


Spring 2016 London and Dublin trip

There will be a parent meeting for any students interested in going to London and Dublin in the Spring of 2016. The meeting will take place on Thursday, Oct. 2nd at 5:30 in the BCHS Media Center. Any details on the trip will be presented at the meeting including: cost, times, transportation, itinerary, and other pertinent information. Also, if a student is interested, but cannot make the meeting please contact Hanna Southerland in the Guidance Office. Mrs. Southerland’s email is hanna.southerland@butler.kyschools.us .


Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership training

Sophomores interested in the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership training (HOBY), stop by Guidance and speak with Mrs. Southerland. You may also visit their website: www.HOBY.org


Rocket Team

The BCHS Rocket Team is open to new members. The Rocket Team will meet every Tuesday from now on. See Mr. Ayer in room 23 if you have any questions.


Boy's Basketball

Any young man interested in playing high school basketball this year should contact Coach Dockery at his email: calvin.dockery@butler.kyschools.us or forward their name and number to an administrator to contact me. They may also get work out times from current players.


HOSA "Color Run"

HOSA is sponsoring a “Color Run” Saturday, October 18 beginning at BC Middle School. Registration begins at 7:30 and the walk/run begins at 9:00AM. All proceeds go to the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society. The back of the shirts will have “In Loving Memory of Robert and Raven”


Art Cub

It's not too late to join Art Club! We will meet after school Thursday 9/11/14 from 3-4:15 in the art room. Art Club will start meeting weekly on Fridays starting on 9/19/14.


Spanish club Dues

The absolute final due date for Spanish Club dues ($5) is 9/10 at 3:00 PM. If you have questions, please see Mr. Blanton in room 8.


Beta Dues

Friday, September 26th is the last day to pay Beta dues for upperclassmen.


WRECC Art Competition

Any student interested in an art competition for WRECC, please see Mrs. Burdette in the art room. The prize is $100 given to the winner and the deadline is September 30.


Educational Talent Search

Educational Talent Search students will be meeting during the morning periods on Monday, Sept. 8th. Please be sure to listen for dismissals.


BC-TV News Sept. 5, 2014

Just a Reminder Teachers,
The 1st
BC-TV News Show of the year will be available for you and your students to watch today during Bear Time or whenever you may have an opportunity.This edition includes the following stories;

  • Naomi Cade and Ian Embry put the spotlight on “Club Rush” and the opportunities available to all students.
  • Nolan Johnson and Isaiah Arnold take a revealing look into the facts about the “Dress Code”.
  • Remmington Harpe and Dylan Inglis share with us the late breaking news on the “New Tardy System”.
  • In sports, Emily Rich scores big as she talks with players about the lopsided victory at Logan County.
  • ?Finally, Samantha Castro shows us a snapshot of what life after high school may look like in, “Twins Plus Two”.

Open House

BCHS will have an Open House on Monday, September 8, from 5:30-7:00. Parents will have an opportunity to speak with teachers and discuss student’s progress and grades. Progress Reports will be given out that night. If you cannot attend, students may pick up their progress report from their 1st block teacher on Tuesday.


Sports Medicine

Any Freshman through Junior who would be interested in a Sports Medicine program, please stop by the gym during your lunch time, today (9/4) or tomorrow (9/5), to fill out a signup sheet with Coach Bivens. This program is for those students who are interested in careers related to Athletic Training, Health/Physical Education, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Coaching, as well as Orthopedics.


Bus Notice

NOTE: THIS IS STILL IN EFFECT, 09/02/2014

 

Students who ride bus #53, needs to ride bus #52 on the first run to MES, they will board bus #53 at MES once the arrive there.


Senior Personalities

Seniors need to turn in their senior personality surveys to Mrs. Davis is Room 22 by Friday, September 5th.


Rocket Team

The BCHS Rocket Team is open to new members. The Rocket Team will meet today and every Tuesday from now on. See Mr. Ayer in room 23 if you have any questions.


Kentucky School Boards Association 1st Degree Scholarship

Kentucky School Boards Association 1st Degree College Scholarship Program applications are available in the guidance office. You must be the first member of your immediate family (parents/guardians, siblings) to complete degree requirements from an institution of higher education. For more information and an application, see Mrs. Tammy in the guidance office. This scholarship is open to Senior Class only.


Murray Signup

Juniors and Seniors interested in attending Murray State University, there is a signup sheet in the Guidance Office. A representative from Murray will be here on Monday, November 10th to share information with you about admissions and scholarships.


Bus Notice

NOTE:  THIS IS STILL IN EFFECT, 8/25/2014

Students who ride bus #53, needs to ride bus #52 on the first run to MES, they will board bus #53 at MES once the arrive there.


October ACT

Students:  September 19th is the deadline to register for the October 25 ACT.  The cost is $38 and all registration is done online.  You must have a credit or debit card to register.  If you have neither of those, you may purchase a prepaid Visa/MasterCard at most retail outlets.


College Fair

 

College Fair Sign up sheets are in the Guidance Office.  Students must have passing grades and not have more than 2 unexcused absences.  The deadline to sign up is September 17.


Faculty and Staff Workshop

 

Tomorrow, Wednesday August 27th, is the Bullying/Suicide Prevention workshop for faculty and staff.   Snacks and drinks provided by Mrs. Clark.


PSAT

**The last day to sign up for the PSAT is tomorrow. Students may sign up for the PSAT.  The cost is $14 and that must be paid before they sign up.  For more information, see Mrs. Tammy in the Guidance Office.  Juniors interested in GSP, are encouraged to take the PSAT.  Note:  There are only 20 slots available.


Bus Notice

Students who ride bus #53, needs to ride bus #52 on the first run to MES, they will board bus #53 at MES once the arrive there.


Picture Day

School Day Pictures are on September 4th.   Bring your best smile.


Yearbook

Yearbooks are on sale at their lowest price until September 8th.  You can purchase online at YearbookOrderCenter.com   Order number 17231 or you can send payment to room 22, Mrs. Davis payable to Butler County High School.  (You can make a deposit of half the total if needed and pay the remaining when the books come in May.)


Graduated License Class

Graduated Drivers License class Aug 21st from 3:30-7:30.


Class Rings

Jostens will be here August 19th @ 11 to deliver class rings.


Academy Days

There will be two “Academy Days” for Juniors and Seniors, interested in West Point and other US Service Academies,  in September. 
 

Academy Days is designed for young adults to learn more about the nomination and appointment applications process for the United States Service Acadmeies.  Academy Day #1 will be Tuesday, September 2 at 6:00PM in Bowling Green, co-hosted by State Representative Brett Guthrie and Senator Rand Paul.   Academy Day #2 is Monday, September 15 at 6:99PM est in Danville, hosted by Rep. Guthrie and his staff.   There is a sign up sheet in the Guidance Office for students interested in the United States Service Academies.    Representatives from the US Air Force Academy, US Military Academy, US Naval Acadmy and the Merchant Marine Academy will be on hand to answer questions.


Lockers

Due to club meetings and other activities Mrs. Gina will be in the Commons Area to hand out lockers during Morning Break Thursday morning.  This is the last time she will be set up to hand these out.

 


Senior Picture Day

Seniors:  August 22nd is Senior Picture Day.  We will take the group shot first then individuals.  All those at the ATC first block will stay at the high school that morning.


Summer Art Opportunity!!!!!

WKU Art Department and Butler County Schools present:  Local Artist, Tiffany Oliver will be hosting 2 workshops for students grade 6th-12th  (Tuesday June 10th from 10am-noon and Tuesday June 17th from 5pm-7pm at the Art Building behind Morgantown Elementary.  All materials included in the $25 fee due at the beginning of the workshop.  If two sign up together, the fee is $20 each.  Cash or check made payable to WKU Art Department.  For more information and to register: email your name, workshop choice  and how many will be attending to Vonda.jennings@butler.kyschools.us or call 270-999-1536 and leave the same info.  

STEPPING INTO SUMMER!


BC-TV News Awards

We just received word from the Kentucky High School Journalism Association about our entries into the State Broadcasting Competitions for this school year. Stories can be entered that are produced between March of 2013 and March of 2014.

The Butler County High School staff won the following awards:

BCHS Staff – 3rd Place – Newsmagazine
Butler County High School – 3rd Place – Excellence in Broadcasting

The following students also won individual awards for stories produced for the 2013-14 school year.

Antonio Gomez & Taylor Phelps – 1st Place – Vo or Vo/Sot
Summer Berry – 2nd Place – Vo or Vo/Sot
Antonio Gomez & Taylor Phelps – 2nd Place – News Package
Antonio Gomez – 2nd Place – Videography
Kelsey Jenkins & Emily Rich – 2nd Place – Best News Feature Package
Remmington Harpe – 3rd Place Music Video
Emily Hunt & Krystin Hardin – 3rd Place Documentary
Naomi Cade & Taylor King – 3rd Place Best News Feature Package
Nolan Johnson, Ian Embry & Isaiah Arnold – 3rd Place – Best Sports Feature Package


TSA Officer Applications

TSA Officer Applications must be turned in by this Wednesday, May 14th by the end of school.


Yearbook Signing Party

The Yearbook signing party is next Wednesday, May 14th.  You must have purchased a book by Tuesday, May 13th to attend the party - See Mrs. Rhoades they are currently $70.  Books will go on sale again at 3 Wednesday afternoon until they sell out.  If you paid a deposit and still owe money, you will be receiving an invoice with the amounts and can pay that at the signing party or before to Mrs. Rhoades.  Wednesday morning the yearbook staff will distribute wristbands to those that have purchased a book - you must have this to be allowed to leave class and attend the party.  Seniors will be called at 1:30 and the rest of the students at 2:00 to the commons area.


Butler County Tennis Team

The Butler County Tennis Team will be recognizing their seniors on Tuesday, April 29th at the team’s last home match of the season.  This year’s seniors are Chanda Hampton, Katona Dockery, and Dakota Merrick.  Please come out to the park at 4:15 to support these three student athletes.  Hang around for the match and cheer on the entire team.


Spring Blood Drive

The Spring Blood Drive will be Friday, May 2nd.  If you are 16 you can donate with completed parent permission form.  17 or older only need to sign up for a time.  Please see Mrs. Murphy in Room 9.


Senior T-Shirts

Morgantown Bank and Trust is purchasing Senior T-Shirts to be given out at Graduation Practice in May.  Seniors with English this semester will get the form from your teacher.   Please see Mrs. Tammy in Guidance if you haven’t received your yellow order form.   


Congratulations to Broadcast Students

Congratulations to the BCHS Broadcast students for winning the 2nd Best Broadcast at the WKU Mark of Excellence Awards. Nolan Johnson, Ian Embry and Isaiah Arnold also placed 2nd for Best Sports Story.

BCHS Broadcast Staff

Representing BCHS were: Antonio Gomez, Ian Embry, Nolan Johnson, Naomi Cade,
Isaiah Arnold and Remmington Harpe.


Baseball and Softball Season Passes

Baseball and Softball Season Passes are on sale in the front office of BCHS.  Student passes are $15, Adult passes are $40 and these will let you into both Baseball and Softball games this season.  Come out and support the Bears Baseball and the Lady Bears Softball Teams.


Bridge Building Contest

Butler County High School competed in the BRIMS Bridge Building Contest 2014 on Saturday March 1st.  Nekayah Gray’s bridge placed 1st with an efficiency of 1646% and it also won one of the two Architectural Awards.  Joseph Phelps placed 2nd with his bridge’s efficiency of 1417%.  Both students will build new bridges and advance to the 2014 International Bridge Building Contest held May 10, 2014 at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL.  The top 5 individuals from each school make up each school’s team and Butler County High School won Team 1st again this year.GREAT JOB!!!


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Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is this Friday.   Please note that any items dropped off or delivered by the flower shop must be in paper or plastic and there will be no balloons allowed, due to safety issues on the bus.   BCHS is not responsible for lost or stolen items.


Pajamas for Presidents

Monday we will have Pajamas for Presidents and hat day as well.  We have collected enough plastic lids to get a new picnic table for the school and now we are collecting money to go towards the table.  It is $1 for pajamas or a hat on Monday and $1.50 for both.  If you have questions, please see Mrs. Leslie Wood.


LAN Party

Because of weather and school closing today, the LAN Party scheduled for tonight has been postponed until later date. Please watch announcements when we return to school next week for the rescheduled date.


BC-TV Idol

It's time for BC-TV Idol once again. Students may perform any day next week. Come by the Tech Lab to set up a time. The winner will receive $50 cash. Student vote the last day of school before Christmas Break will determine the winner.


Bearfest Week (February 3 – 7th)

Monday – Pajama Day
Tuesday – Twin Day
Wednesday – Crazy neon day
Thursday – Camo/Hat day. Hats do not have to be camo
Friday – Extreme Pink Day due to the Pink Out Game


Science Club Potluck

Science Club members will be having a Christmas Potluck Friday right after school in room 22.   Freshmen/Sophomores should bring sides & drinks. Juniors/Seniors should bring desserts, plates, cups, and utensils. Also everyone should bring a $1 gift to exchange. Please see officers with any questions.


Art Club

Art club will be meeting this Friday until 4:15pm.  Bring a change of clothes and be prepared to paint!


Congratulations to the Bears!

Congratualtions to our boys basketball team as the defeated Edmonson County Tuesday night by a score of 51 - 42. The Bears will play Friday night for the 12th District Championship. Please come our and support our team as they continue to battle to advance.


Governor's Scholar / Governor's School for the Arts Selections

We want to congratulate the following students for being selected to participate in the Governor's Scholar Program and the Governor’s School for the Arts this summer:

Governor's Scholar Selections: Haley Adkins, Matthew Embry, Brittney Gruber, Allison Kurfiss, and Emily Rich. 

Governor’s School for the Arts Selection: Sean Whittinghill

Left to Right: Brittney Gruber, Emily Rich, Matthew Embry, Sean Whittinghill,
Allison Kurfiss and Haley Adkins.

 


BC-TV News - Nov. 14 - 2014

The 6th Edition of BC-TV News is available.

  • Naomi Cade and Ian Embry knit together the story about some local librarians creating a “Yarn Bomb”
  • “Senioritis” starts to infect many of our students about this time of year and Samantha Castro examines the symptoms.
  • Of course, BC-TV News wouldn’t be the same without our commercials. This week’s commercial, Don’t Mess with Ian”.
  • There are many changes taking place this year in “Girls Basketball”. Remmington Harpe and Dylan Inglis have their eyes on the ball looking at what everyone hopes will be a great season.
  •  Our sports reporter, Emily Rich, takes a final run down the gridiron recapping a very successful football season.
  • Finally, once again our community has run to help those in need in, “Color Run”. Isaiah Arnold and Nolan Johnson have the story.

We hope you enjoy the show.


Calendar Girl

Calendar Girl and Centerfold Guy Pageant will be this Saturday night, November 15th beginning at 7PM in the Gymnasium.


Regional Skills Competition Winners

We took 24 students to Regional Skills Competition and were able to bring home 16 metals. 
We are very proud of all our competitors for their accomplishments.  If you see any of these young men please congratulate them for their hard work.  Additionally Trey Colburn, Caleb Hunt, Van Daugherty, Zach Felty, Noah Bryant, Zeb Pendley, and Chad Cardwell will be advancing to the state level in April.  Wish them luck when you see them!


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Exemption Cards

Please see Mr. Gruber to see if you have earned an exemption card.  Some students will have more than one card.  Here’s how you qualify for an exemption card:

1.         Freshmen who scored proficient or distinguished on the on-demand portion of the K-PREP Writing test taken in the 8th grade will receive one exemption their freshmen year and/or any freshmen who scored an 18 or higher on the explore test will receive one exemption.

2.         When a sophomore takes the PLAN test and scores a 20 or higher then he/she will be able to choose one class to be exempt from during his/her junior or sophomore year. 

3.         When a student takes an End of Course State Assessment in English II, Algebra II, Biology or US History and scores at or above benchmark (set by the state), then he/she will be able to choose one class to be exempt from during his/her junior or senior year.

4.         When a junior takes the K-PREP on demand Writing test and scores proficient or distinguished, then he/she will be able to choose one final to be exempt from during his/her senior year.

*Exemption cards cannot be used to exempt a student from any state mandated end of course exam!


Driver's Manuals

Mrs. Clark has Driver’s Manuals.  There is a $5 deposit, refundable upon return of the manual.


More Bearfest News

During Bearfest week, there will be a hall decorating contest. Classes must bring their own supplies; teachers and/or staff will not be able to furnish posters/markers/tape etc. The winning hall will receive the spirit flag and free admission into homecoming game and dance. If you are interested in signing up to decorate during Beartime that week, you MUST sign up with Mrs. Flener in rm 32. See Mrs. Flener for more information. 

There will be a dance immediately following the homecoming game in the Commons Area. Admission is $3 a person. The winning grade level from the decorating contest will get in free. Please have a ride by midnight!


Prom - Project Prom

Prom is April 26th with Project Prom 2014 beginning at midnight, following Prom.

Prom Needs – Prom is in need of white Christmas lights. If anyone is willing to donate some, please contact Katie Flener at Katie.flener@butler.kyschools.us or 526-2204 ext 232. 


Reminder to Faculty and Staff

There is still time to sponsor a senior by giving them a yearbook this holiday season.  Some ideas to could be to individually sponsor a book, or have you department or club come together and sponsor at least one yearbook.  It will be at the faculty rate of $45 ,and for a senior who has not yet had the opportunity to purchase one of their own. Your or your department/club can choose the student yourself, or the student will be chosen at random.  ***Also, don't forget you can still purchase your own yearbook at the faculty rate also!!


Congratulations to Sabrina Hall and Maddie Moore

Congratulations to Sabrina Hall and Maddie Moore.  Sabrina Hall placed 2nd in Digital Media and Maddie Moore received Honorable Mention in Ceramics at the Caveland Region All-State High School Art Show!  Their artwork will be on display at the Thomas House in Horse Cave, February 26th through March 2nd


Prom - Project Prom

Prom is April 26th with Project Prom 2014 beginning at midnight, following Prom.


Progress Reports

Parents and Students:  Progress reports will go out Tuesday morning 1st block.


Butler County Foster Care

Butler County Foster Care Association will be having a Christmas Beauty Pageant “Santa’s Little Angels” on December 6th at the Butler County High School beginning at 10am. Christmas attire only no pageant dresses.  Pre-Registration is $15 per child before December 6th and $20 the day of registration.  There will also be a $2 adult admission to the pageant; no charge for children.  This is opened to all counties; in age’s groups of girls ages 0-12 years old and boys 0-2 years old.  Please come out and support the Butler County Foster Care Association. The money raised will be used to benefit the foster children in Butler County.  For more information or to make a donation to the Association contact Christina Brown at 270-999-2304.


Project Prom T-Shirt Contest

The Project Prom Committee is hosting a Project Prom T-Shirt Design contest.    This years theme is the Roaring 2014’s – similar to the roaring 20’s.   Deadline is March 5th.   Turn entries in to Mrs. Southerland in Guidance or Ms. Minton in room 10.


Juniors Selling Doughnuts

Juniors are selling Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. They are $6 for a dozen. Orders are due Monday, February 24th. The doughnuts will be delivered to the high school on Thursday, February 27th. Juniors selling 20 dozen will receive a free prom ticket. Contact Katie Flener if you would like to order.


LAN Party

The LAN Party has been re-scheduled for Friday, January 31st. If you need more information or a permission slip, please stop by the Tech Lab and see Mr. Carson. Permission slips already turned in will still be accepted. You don't have to fill out a new one.


Yearbook Selfie Challenge

Butleraire yearbook is expanding and we want to include you too.  We are hosting a Selfie Challenge.  Tweet, email, or post your BEST selfies or groupies to possibly be featured in the 2015 yearbook. 

 

Twitter -   @Butleraire2015     #bchsdefineyourselfie

Email - bchsyearbook@butler.kyschools.us   with #bchsdefineyourselfie as the subject and include your name

Facebook - Butler County High School Yearbook


YEARBOOKS STILL ON SALE

YEARBOOKS STILL ON SALE through Feb 28th for $65. Price will increase to $70 March 1st until books are sold-out. Books, nameplates, autograph, or graduation supplements may be purchased in Room 34 from Lisa Rhoades. After the 1st nameplates will not be available. Order forms available online or from Mrs. Rhoades.


Congratulations to Emily Hunt

Congratulations to Emily Hunt for being selected as a Silver Key winner in the 2014 juried Scholastic Art Competition.  Her sculpture piece will be on display in SKyPAC in Bowling Green.  


Summer Work Opportunities

There will be a representative from Beech Bend Park here on February 3rd during lunch.   He will speaking to students about summer work opportunities.


The Leprechaun 5K

The Leprechaun 5K run will be on Saturday,  March 15th .


Yearbook

Yearbook will meet during bear time on Mondays.  Please allow them to attend - the meetings will be in the chemistry lab.  


Country Music Show

There will be an “Grand Ol’ Opry” style show on March 22, 2014 at 6pm featuring local talent.  This is a fundraiser is for Project Prom ’14.   Students are encouraged to participate in this country music show.  If interested in performing contact Kimberlea Embry


Important Notice to Students:

If you are in need of a winter coat, please check with the Youth Service Center.  With these cold mornings, there is no need for students to be without a warm jacket.


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