At Vandalia-Butler City Schools, we are widely recognized for our long-standing tradition in academic excellence and fiscal discipline. Students come first here, supported by exceptional teachers who are dedicated to helping our community’s children realize their full potential. From challenging classes to outstanding extracurriculars, we offer a well-rounded education to give students the knowledge, skills, and experiences they need to be successful in an ever-changing world.
We also attend to the expectations of our community stakeholders. Demonstrated excellence in financial management is the direct result of our prudence with and diligent investment of taxpayer dollars. Our decision making is also guided by a strategic plan that was created in partnership with representatives from our community.
Together, our teachers and support staff, administrators, parents, and community members share a genuine passion for fostering student achievement, as the numbers here attest.
The VISIONS Endowment Fund, a fund of the Dayton Foundation, is seeking nominations for the 2014 Roll of Recognition. The deadline to nominate an outstanding graduate, community supporter or teacher has been extended to September 2.
In the interest of keeping student safety a top priority, Vandalia-Butler City Schools has promoted Greg Vance to the newly created position of safety director.
Vandalia-Butler City Schools today announced its 2014-2015 program year policy for free and reduced-price meals for students unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program
More Butler High School students will be prepared for rigorous college entrance exams, thanks to a $5,000 grant awarded to Butler High School from the VISIONS Endowment Fund Annual Grant.
Following an extensive search and interview process, the Vandalia-Butler City Schools Board of Education has selected Eric Beavers to serve as the district’s next treasurer/CFO. The Board approved the contract on May 12. Beavers will start on July 1.
The pre-transition and transition classes from Butler High School participated in a group aqua therapy session at the Hahn-Hufford Center of Hope in Piqua on October 22.