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.

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Butler High School Guidance Department Rolls Out Text Reminders

The Guidance Department has set up an account that will send out text messages or emails to you specific to your graduating class.  To sign up all you have to do is send a text with a short message.  Click on the appropriate link below for your graduating class for specific directions.  

Class of 2015

Class of 2016

Class of 2017

Class of 2018

Basketball Tickets On Sale

Boys Basketball season tickets are now available. Order now and get in on the fun!

Help Butler Wrestlers PIN Leukemia!

Butler Wrestling is asking for your help in pinning down Leukemia through a pledge based upon our team’s number of pins this season.

Superintendent Neavin Provides Transportation Update in Letter to Parents

In a letter to parents of Vandalia-Butler students, Superintendent Brad Neavin provides an update on the efforts to improve the performance of school transportation provider First Student, Inc.

Demmitt Elementary named School of Promise

Demmitt Elementary has been named a 2014 Ohio School of Promise by Ohio Department of Education Superintendent Richard Ross for the second straight year.

Demmitt staff honored for saving a student's life

Demmitt nurse Lisa Plesk and Demmitt staff members were recently honored by Vandalia Fire Chief Chad Follick for working quickly to save the life of a Demmitt second grader.

Helke Teachers receive MAC Grant

It was announced on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 that two Helke Elementary School teachers had received a grant to purchase mathematics learning centers for their classrooms.  

Infectious Disease Control Practices

With the media’s focus on Enterovirus, Seasonal Flu and Ebola it is a great time to discuss prevention!!  

New report defines educational value of schools

Today, Vandalia-Butler is joining more than 60 school districts throughout Ohio in releasing a comprehensive, community-­oriented companion to the State’s School District Report Card. Called a “Quality Profile,” the report includes additional accountability measures that better define a high quality education and are not included in the state’s report.

Vandalia-Butler continues to demonstrate positive results on new state report cards

Vandalia-Butler City Schools continues to demonstrate exceptional academic results, as confirmed by the Ohio Department of Education’s recently released local report card and by other measures of academic success, including the district’s Quality Profile.

2014-2015 program year policy for free and reduced-price meals

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

VISIONS grant award will fund college prep work at Butler

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.

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