District News

  • Greenville High student transforms outside classroom and earns Eagle Scout rank.

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  • Updated Uniform Dress Code Policy

    Click the link below for the updated Uniform Dress Code Policy.

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  • 2023-2024 School Supply Lists

    School supply lists for the 2023-2024 school year are posted at the link below.

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  • Shealy Wins 2024 DYW Title

    Congratulations to Greenville High School Senior, Anne Elise Shealy on being chosen as the 2024 Distinguished Young Women of Butler County. Shealy was awarded the “Be Your Best Self” essay, talent, fitness, self-expression, and interview. She earned a $1,500 cash Scholarship for winning the DYW title, a $3000 scholarship to Lurleen B. Wallace Community College, and will represent Butler County at the state program in January.

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  • TITLE I Parent Surveys

    Dear Parent or Guardian: We are in the process of conducting an evaluation of our Parent and Family Engagement program, and we would like to know what you think. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey at the link below. The responses will be used to improve next year’s Parent and Family Engagement program. Please select your child's school to begin the survey at the Read More link below.

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  • The DashBoard Podcast

    Episode 3 of the Dashboard podcast is now available! This week we are talking to our valedictorians and salutatorians from Georgiana, Greenville, and McKenzie High Schools. Listen in as they share their plans for the future as well as their thoughts on the people and experiences that made them the scholars they are today. Get ready to be delighted on the DashBoard.

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  • McNaughton Selected as National Teacher Ambassador for FFA

    Ryan McNaughton, Agriscience Teacher at McKenzie School has been selected to serve as the State of Alabama's National Teacher Ambassador for FFA for the 2023-2024 school year. This is a great honor for Mr. McNaughton and for our school system.

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  • Butler County Commission Adopts Resolution Granting 25% of SSUT to Butler County Schools

    On Monday, April 10, 2023, the Butler County Commission unanimously adopted a resolution granting the Butler County School System 25% of the Simplified Sellers Use Tax (SSUT), more commonly called “internet sales tax” that Butler County receives from the State of Alabama.

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  •  Bright Beginnings

    BCSS Pre-K Classrooms Receive Grants

    The Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education (ADECE) is committed to ensuring children birth through age 8 have high quality learning experiences in environments designed to support their optimal development. As part of this commitment to excellence in early childhood education, funding was made available to improve the outdoor playground environment of First Class Pre-K, First Class Foundation, and/or other designated, state licensed early learning programs that provide services to children birth through age 5.

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  • 2023 Federal Programs Needs Assessment

    All Staff/Stakeholders - Please take the time to respond to our 2023 Federal Programs Needs Assessment survey. The link to the survey is below. This survey helps us to determine our priorities for our Consolidated Plan and for federal spending for our district. The survey will only take about 10 minutes to complete and will give you a voice in how federal funds are budgeted for the remainder of this year and for the 2023-2024 school year.

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  • Butler County Board of Education approves substitute employee pay increase

    The Butler County Board of Education approved the following substitute employee pay increase at its regular meeting on January 19, 2023.  This increase will become effective March 1, 2023. 

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  • Butler County School System: Breaking Ground and Raising Steel

    Work has begun on a long awaited and anticipated football stadium on the campus of Greenville High School as well as a new gymnasium on the campus of McKenzie School and a new press box at the Georgiana School’s Harmon Field.

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  • Peer Helpers

    W. O. Parmer Elementary School’s Peer Helpers  sponsors Holiday Canned Food and Toy Drive to support local families during the holiday season.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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