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From Second Grade

October 30, 2017

Butler Elementary second graders have enjoyed learning about rocks. Shown are students from Mrs. Barnhill and Mrs. Shubert’s  classes enjoying culminating activities marking the end of the unit. 

From Ms. Wright's class

October 30, 2017

Ms. Wright’s first graders at Butler Elementary School are nocturnal animal experts!  The class has enjoyed learning activities devoted to the topic. One of the highlights of this unit was dissecting owl pellets!

Good Character at VRB!

October 30, 2017

Red ribbon week was celebrated October 23-27 at Butler Elementary School. Students and staff dressed as their favorite storybook characters to show “Good Character” by saying no to drugs!

From Ms. Tillman's class

October 30, 2017

Today our class decided to bark up the right tree by creating examples of tree bark rubbings with crayons and chalk

From Mrs. Shubert's class

October 27, 2017

Mrs. Shubert's class is showing good character today by presenting their acorn flip books that they created to tell about their favorite book! 

Ms. Page's Class

October 24, 2017

From Ms. Page's class: We are starting our Fall garden! Thanks to some great parents, we are ready to plant our vegetables. We talked about how to grow a plant, as well as what different vegetables are. We hope to have some great lettuce, kale, collards, and other veggies soon.

Ms. Page's class

October 24, 2017

Ms. Page's class celebrated the 50th day of school by going back in time to the 50's. What fun!

From Mrs. Michie's Class

October 20, 2017

We had a special guest scientist (Mr. Michie) come do Halloween science experiments with our class the other week. Our class learned about the states of matter while experimenting with "Boo Bubbles." We also practiced the scientific method through our "Oozing Pumpkin" experiment. 

From Mrs. Funk's Room

October 20, 2017

Mrs. Funk's first grade students recently spent time investigating apples. They used their scientific skills to observe and record data as they measured, weighed, predicted, graphed, labeled, and best of all, TASTED!