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5th grade students participated in a STEM challenge activity that involved building the tallest freestanding structure out of spaghetti noodles that would support the weight of one large marshmallow. Submitted by Darlene Paul.

Mrs. Wright introduced her first grade students to a multi-sensory task to accompany a new phonics program. Students write a letter in Playdoh and then make the sound that the letter makes. This lets the students take a hands on learning approach to letter and sound recognition.  Submitted by Elizabeth Gaither.
The following SWHS students were selected as UCA All-American Cheerleaders and have been invited to perform in London and Disney World.  Tiffany Auer, Mia Bennett, Mackenzie Brundage, McKenna Graham, Cameron Graham, Katy Price, and Daley Goodman. Submitted by Barbara Stratton
Fourth grade students at MSE are working on developing a growth mindset. Students are currently learning about growth mindset by analyzing quotes, completing challenges, and discovering what perseverance looks like in their everyday lives. Submitted by Pam Jones.
PTO will be selling spiritwear tomorrow at Sneak Peek and Meet the Teacher. Please be sure to stop by and pick up the new Butler t-shirts!

Allison Goldstein was a great teacher at Butler. She will be dearly missed by all. E.O Wilson Biophilia will be holding a fundraiser in her honor. Information can be found below:

The E.O.Wilson Biophilia Center Honors Former Walton County Teacher and Friend.
Thursday, July 28th
9:00-2:00 pm
*normal admission rates apply

In honor of Allison Goldstein, the E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center will be donating all public proceeds on Thursday, July 28th to her daughter's education fund.
Paul Arthur, Biophilia Director, describes Allison as having one of the sweetest, most infectious and recognized smiles. She was a beloved friend of the E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center and a local 4th grade elementary school teacher. Her love of the longleaf pine ecosystem was strong and contagious. Her students quickly shared her passion for the environment. We considered Allison a part of the Bio-family since the first day we met her. She helped shape some of our programs and curriculum as well as volunteer in her spare time. She will be missed by all that she encountered. All funds collected on July 28th will go towards her daughter's education fund.