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Morton staff wears Aviators for a Cure shirts to show support in the fight against children's cancers. Morton students wear yellow to show support for Alex's Lemonade Stand. Morton students decorate lunch bags for meals for the homeless. Morton staff present their PBIS presentation to the Board of Education. 7th Grade MYSA members visit Stone Springs Nursing Home. Morton Show Choir perform at the Annual Vandalia Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. Morton Handbells perform at the Annual Vandalia Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. Morton Handbells perform at the Annual Vandalia Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. Morton 8th Grade Washington D.C. trip.  Students visit Gettysburg. 8th Grade Washington D.C. trip.  FDR Memorial Morton 6th Graders Participates in the Every Kid Votes Election! Omegaman Visits Morton

 

A respectful, responsible, and resourceful community, Morton Middle School prepares students for a lifetime of learning. Our challenging academic programs are enhanced by field trips, guest speakers, and extracurricular activities. Here, expert teachers provide guidance as students begin making the decisions that will set the course for their future success.

 


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Morton soundwAVES Perform at Wright State Basketball Game

 

2016-2017 Student Council Election

Student council is holding an election this year where the student body will be able to vote for president, vice president, and secretary.  The student body will vote during lunch on November 30th.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCHOOL NEWS

Demmitt Students Visit Butler High School Demmitt Students Visit Butler High School

Thursday, March 9, approximately 285 first, second, and third graders from Demmitt Elementary visited Butler high school for an afternoon of fun.  Students had an opportunity to play basketball, cornhole, tennis, football, soccer, and other fun activities with some of the varsity athletes and other high school students.  

 

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VANDALIA-BUTLER CITY SCHOOLS RECEIVE NEARLY $7,000 IN GRANTS TO FUND INNOVATIVE INITIATIVES

The Vandalia-Butler Foundation, primarily through its VISIONS Endowment Fund, has awarded nearly $7,000 in educational grants to support such innovative initiatives as a Muse Machine artist-in-residence at an elementary school and yoga instruction for preschoolers in the Vandalia-Butler City Schools.

Morton Student Honored for Exceptional Volunteer Service Morton 8th-Grader Salma Albezreh

Salma Albezreh, a Morton Middle School eighth grader, is honored for her exemplary volunteer service.  

She received a Certificate of Excellence from the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards and a President’s Volunteer Service Award.  

Vandalia Preschool Wins $1,500 Library Grant Patterson Scholastic

The Vandalia Preschool receives the James Patterson School Library Grant worth $1,500.

In partnership with Scholastic Reading Club, the Patterson Pledge program launched in 2015 as a part of an ongoing effort to keep books and reading a priority for children in the United States.  

2017 Geography Bee 2017 Geography Bee

2017 Geography Bee

Winner: Matthiew Hubler

Runner-Up: Hunter Sheafer

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Chipotle fundraiser for Butler Octagon Club Butler Octagon Club Chipotle

On Thursday, Jan. 12, dine at Chipotle on Miller Lane between 5:00 pm and 9:00 p.m., and the Butler High School Octagon Club will receive 50 percent of the proceeds! You must bring the Chipotle flyer OR show it on your smart phone. Download and print the flyer or pick up a copy at Butler High School.

Middle School Wrestlers 1-1 at Quad Dual Middle School Wrestling

The Morton Middle School wrestlers met Troy and Northmont Wednesday, Jan. 4, in a quad meet dual.  The Aviators defeated Troy, but lost to Northmont.  

Congrats to those Aviators who picked up a win: William Patrick, Kaden Echeman, Matt Motter, Brody Jones, Mitchell Thomas, Bryce Echeman, Connor Stevens, Luke Koehl, Anthony Koewler and Bryce Day.

The wrestlers will next be competing at the Wilmington Invitational on January 14th. 

Superhero Omegaman visits Vandalia-Butler Omegaman

Yesterday, several of our schools received a visit from Omegaman.  Omegaman is a world-class superhero who travels all around the country, encouraging young students to be a Dream Maker and not a Dream Breaker. 

Morton 6th Graders Cast Votes Every Kid Votes - Morton

Sixth graders at Morton Middle School learned how an actual presidential election could go.  Yesterday, students were able to cast their votes for the 2016 presidential election in the "Every Kid Votes" campaign.  A total of 185 6th graders submitted a ballot.  

Seventh Grade Football GWOC South Champs 7th Grade Football 2016

The Morton seventh grade football team completed its season with a 7-1 record.  The Aviators placed first in the Greater Western Ohio Conference, South Division. 

Morton Kindness Revolution Dude. Be Kind.

A kindness revolution is sweeping Morton Middle School and organizers are hoping it will become a way of life for these students.

Teacher Amy Stein developed the idea for the school-wide campaign when brainstorming with a friend who is an activities director in California. The two educators compared notes regarding character education and some of the missing elements in schools today.

Vandalia-Butler Board Welcomes New Administrators

Members of the Vandalia-Butler City Schools’ Board of Education are welcoming a new Communications and Public Relations Coordinator and approved three significant changes to assignments to the district’s administrative team at the regular monthly Board of Education meeting Tuesday, October 25.

Morton Arts Get Boost Thanks to MAC Grant Elevate the Arts

Congratulations Morton art teacher Kate Brookshire and the students at Morton who will have the opportunity to make some special projects this year thanks to a 2016 McDonald’s MAC Grant.

Morton Celebrated End of 1st Quarter Morton AAA Incentive

Morton Middle School students celebrated the end of the first quarter with a great event outside Tuesday, Oct. 18.

Teachers Take Advantage of Inservice Opportunities Inservice Day

While students enjoyed a day off from school, teachers and staff spent Friday, Oct. 14 honing their craft with a variety of activities at one of the district's Inservice Days.

Morton 8th Grader Speaks at Tedx Ted x speaker

Tedx came to the Dayton area for the second year in a row and once again Vandalia-Butler students were invited to be a part of the special speaking engagement.

MYSA Members Take Fall Fun to the Community pumpkin carving

Fall fun at the Stonespring Nursing Home as eighth grade members of Morton Middle School's newest service club, MYSA, visited to help the residents carve pumpkins.

Morton Parent Update Morton Middle School

It's the end of the first quarter. Here's what is happening at Morton Middle School.

Morton Middle School Celebrates Spirit Week Pep Assembly

Spirit Week 2016 is over but there was plenty of celebrating at Morton Middle School.

Calamity Day Plan Set for 2016-2017 School Year Snow Day

 

With school now in full swing it is once again that time to notify you of our district procedures for canceling, delaying, or dismissing school early for emergencies or severe weather. 

Technology in the Classroom: Changing to Fit the Needs of Today's Students

Technology is changing the way educators teach, students learn and how the two group interact with each other.

All this week, we’ll look at some of the ways Vandalia-Butler City Schools teachers are incorporating technology into their classrooms. From math games, to independent learning, computers and other devices are showing students new ways to learn.

Technology in the Classroom: Changing to Fit the Needs of Today's Students

Technology is changing the way educators teach, students learn and how the two group interact with each other.

All this week, we’ll look at some of the ways Vandalia-Butler City Schools teachers are incorporating technology into their classrooms. From math games, to independent learning, computers and other devices are showing students new ways to learn.

Technology in the Classroom: Changing to Fit the Needs of Today's Students

Technology is changing the way educators teach, students learn and how the two group interact with each other.

All this week, we’ll look at some of the ways Vandalia-Butler City Schools teachers are incorporating technology into their classrooms. From math games, to independent learning, computers and other devices are showing students new ways to learn.

Technology in the Classroom: Changing to Fit the Needs of Today's Students

Technology is changing the way educators teach, students learn and how the two group interact with each other.

All this week, we’ll look at some of the ways Vandalia-Butler City Schools teachers are incorporating technology into their classrooms. From math games, to independent learning, computers and other devices are showing students new ways to learn.

Technology in the Classroom: Changing to Fit the Needs of Today's Students

Technology is changing the way educators teach, students learn and how the two group interact with each other.

All this week, we’ll look at some of the ways Vandalia-Butler City Schools teachers are incorporating technology into their classrooms. From math games, to independent learning, computers and other devices are showing students new ways to learn.

Marching Aviators Continue Through Successful Competition Season Halftime show

The Marching Aviators return to competition Saturday, Oct. 15 at Piqua High School, performing the group’s competition show, "From Dream to Dream." The band is competing in class AA in the Mid States Band Association circuit for the first time in several year.

Youth Wrestling Club Prepares for Season youth wrestling

There’s still time to join the Butler Wrestling Club, open to students in grades K-6. The final sign up and parents meeting is Sunday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Butler High School Lecture Room.

Morton Middle School Stomps Out Bullying Morton blue shirts

Morton Middle School students are showing their support of the national program, Stomp Out Bullying. Monday, Oct. 3 was a chance to show support by wearing blue.

Homecoming Festivities Scheduled for Week of Oct. 3 Homecoming Court

Homecoming Week begins Oct. 3 and there are great activities for the whole family!

Students Honored for Contributions to District Calendar Students Honored for Contributions to District Calendar

Some talented artists were recognized at the Vandalia-Butler Board of Education meeting Tuesday, Sept 27 for their contributions to this year's district calendar.

Morton Art Teacher Receives State-wide Recognition Morton Art Teacher Receives State-wide Recognition

While more and more fine arts classes are being dropped from the schedule in public schools, Morton Middle School art teacher Kate Brookshire knows how important these classes are to her students.  She and the Vandalia-Butler City Schools are committed to a strong arts program, benitting the students.

MYSA Socks it to Morton in October MYSA Socks it to Morton in October

Members of the Morton Youth Service Association are socking it to their fellow middle school students in October, collecting socks for the needy.

MYSA Members Visit Rotary Club MYSA Members Visit Rotary Club

Eighth graders Salma Albezreh and Elaina Burley visited the Vandalia Rotary Club Thursday, Sept. 22 at Cassel Hills Clubhouse to introduce the group to their new service club, Morton Youth Service Association.

From Slime to Slides, Morton Students Get Hands on with Science From Slime to Slides, Morton Students Get Hands on with Science

Thanks to the COSI on Wheels program and volunteers from Butler High School's Planeteers, science was a little more hands on Wednesday, Sept. 21 at Morton Middle School.

Class of 2016 Grads Receive Scholarships Class of 2016 Grads Receive Scholarships

Two 2016 graduates of Vandalia Butler High School are being recognized for their academic achievement and moving on to Sinclair Community College.  The pair were honored at a Scholarship Reception at the Sinclair Conference Center. 

Thursday Night Lights Game a Success For Vandalia-Butler Community Thursday Night Lights Game a Success For Vandalia-Butler Community

Thank you to students, staff and community members who turned out in full force to show their Aviator Pride at the ABC 22/Fox 45 Thursday Night Lights game!

Thank you to USA Insulation for the contribution of $500 to the school!

Morton, Helke Teams Receive Award for New Program Morton, Helke Teams Receive Award for New Program

Putting a multi-year, district-wide program aimed at improving behaviors and attitudes in place can be a big challenge.  But Morton Middle School staff and administrators are celebrating the successful start of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support, or PBIS, program, and looking forward to phase two.

The Morton team and the team at Helke Elementary School are receiving Bronze Level Awards from the Midwest PBIS Network, for their achievement bringing PBIS to the students at their schools.  Bronze Awards are given to schools that show a successful implementation of the first phase of the program.

Telling the VBCSD Story: Quality Profile 2015-2016 Telling the VBCSD Story: Quality Profile 2015-2016

The 2015-2016 Quality Profile for the Vandalia-Butler City School District is now available.

MYSA Members Participate in Peace Walk MYSA Members Participate in Peace Walk

Members of the Morton Youth Service Association joined hundreds of others to participate in the 2nd Annual Peace Heroes Walk and Rally at Riverscape, Sunday, Sept. 11.

Kroger Rewards, An Easy Way to Help Out Students Kroger Rewards, An Easy Way to Help Out Students

The Kroger Rewards program is a great and easy fundraiser for our student programs and incentives. All you have to do is grocery shop and use your registered Kroger Plus card.

Butler Fall Blood Drive a Success Butler Fall Blood Drive a Success

Thanks to the hard work of so many Butler students and staff the Fall Blood Drive was a success again!

Deadline Approaches to Complete School Forms Deadline Approaches to Complete School Forms

Remember to complete your child's Emergency Medical Authorization and Consents by Friday, Sept. 2.   This information along with emergency contacts, must be reviewed and approved through your online PowerSchool Parent account. 

Aviator Athletic Passes on Sale Now Aviator Athletic Passes on Sale Now

Get in on all the Aviator Athletic action with a sports pass.  We have a variety of options for you and your family.

State of the Schools Presented Aug. 23 State of the Schools Presented Aug. 23

Superintendent Brad Neavin and Treasurer/CFO Eric Beavers presented the annual State of the Schools address to Board of Education members and those in attendance at the monthly meeting, held at Butler High School, Tuesday, Aug. 23.

Retired Teachers Gather for First Day of School Retired Teachers Gather for First Day of School

Vandalia-Butler teachers have their own way to celebrate the first day of school. These men and women have an annual First Day of School picnic.

Staff Kicks Off New Year by Painting it Purple Staff Kicks Off New Year by Painting it Purple

Paint it Purple!

That was the theme of the Opening Day ceremonies for Vandalia-Butler City Schools staff Monday, Aug. 15.  The group gathered at The Hangar to celebrate the start of another school year.

Understanding the VBCSD Breakfast, Lunch Program Understanding the VBCSD Breakfast, Lunch Program

Have questions about lunch prices or when breakfast is avaiable?  Our fabulous Food Service Department has compiled all the information you need.

Bus Information Now Just a Click Away Bus Information Now Just a Click Away
New this year, families have the ability to login online and view their student’s scheduled bus stop location and stop time using our eLink system.
 
Starting Aug. 5, you can view current, up-to-date bus stop information for the 2016-2017 school year.
Volunteering Made Easy Volunteering Made Easy

It just got a little easier to volunteer in the schools! Beginning this school year those interested in volunteering in Vandalia-Butler City Schools will need to make their request by using the link below to complete a background check with BIB. (Background Investigation Bureau).

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