Noted for doing what’s best for kids, Demmitt Elementary has a proud tradition of fostering excellence in education. Our teachers are dedicated to using best practices and finding new methods for helping students achieve their potential. Building strong relationships with the Demmitt community is one of our hallmarks.
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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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.
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.
Demmitt Elementary is awarded a $2,100 grant for the Demmitt First Grade Muse Machine Artist in Residency program. Special thank you to the Vandalia-Butler Foundation and the VISIONS Endowment fund for this opportunity.
Please join us, Monday, Feb. 13 at 6:30 p.m. for out next performance.
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.
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.
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.
Fall festivities took place Friday, Oct. 28, at Demmitt Elementary School. Students had a blast with snacks, activities and parties.
Check out the Fall Party 2016 photo gallery.
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.
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.
Hands on learning is not only fun but effective. At Demmitt Elementary School, students had a chance to really learn about fossils by making some of their own.
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.
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.
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.
It's Spirit Week and we want you to be ready!
Homecoming Week begins Oct. 3 and there are great activities for the whole family!
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.
First graders in Beth Dahlinghaus' class were introduced to iPads and the eSpark program Tuesday, Sept. 27.
Students in the BASE (Before and After School Experience) program at Demmitt Elementary are stepping up to a healthy way to spend their after-school hours. The program is called Action Aviators and encourages kids to participate in a walking plan.
Former teacher turned illustrator Cass Barth is sharing her experiences with third graders at Demmitt Elementary School Monday, Sept. 26.
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.
A great turnout for this morning's annual Donuts with Dad at Demmitt Elementary.
Following their donuts, the dads and the kids headed outside to the playground. Some even walked the track, working off those donut calories!
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!
Two special visitors paid a visit to Mrs. Pindroh and Mrs. Edwards' Demmitt Elementary classes today, Diana Wourms and Craw Dad.
Diana is a Physical Therapist at Demmitt and Craw Dad is a service dog in training with Four Paws in Xenia.
The 2015-2016 Quality Profile for the Vandalia-Butler City School District is now available.
Thanks to the hard work of so many Butler students and staff the Fall Blood Drive was a success again!
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.
Demmitt Elementary students were treated to a special "mystery reader" Monday, Aug. 29 as Superintendent Brad Neavin read Sam's Sandwich by David Pelham to two classes.
Get in on all the Aviator Athletic action with a sports pass. We have a variety of options for you and your family.
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.
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.
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.
Have questions about lunch prices or when breakfast is avaiable? Our fabulous Food Service Department has compiled all the information you need.
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).