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For the last three weeks the 8th grade students have been studying the US Constitution becoming experts on the workings of the 3 Branches of Government and each of the 27 amendments. They have been using pneumonic devices to . . .
Getting up early on Saturday mornings to watch Roy Rogers was a Butler tradition when I was growing up. Roy wore the white hat, he was our super-hero, a real man’s man. No matter where there was trouble or people down trodden he and his . . .
A school is an extended family to nearly everyone in the community. We have connected directly and indirectly to our students and their families. We have had them in our classrooms or maybe their sibling or cousin. We celebrate with them . . .
The 36th Annual Putnam County Middle School Invitational Basketball Tournament has once again initiated a buzz in the hallways and classrooms. Students have been busy playing, cheering and running the food stands. Guests have come from . . .
BATTLESHIP . . . It’s a movie! It’s a board game! No, it’s a fun way to learn latitude and longitude! We’ve thrown out the traditional way of playing the famous Milton Bradley game, Battleship, and painted an . . .
Doing makes the difference.
So much of a middle school student's life is spent at a desk either listening to a teacher or reading from a text book. As a change from all that Mr. Butler's 8th social studies students jumped at the chance to approach learning from . . .
Wow, what a fantastic first day of school. Everyone hit the ground running. I’m excited to share Geography and American History with 7th and 8th grade students. I also sponsor the middle school Fellowship of Christian Athletes that meet . . .