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.
When Mirinda Roberts' first graders arrive at Helke Elementary School each morning, they have more than school work on their minds. These students are among many in the district who are now deciding on what kind of seating they will use as teachers are adopting flexible seating choices in their classrooms.
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.
Ninety-one Helke kindergarten students graduated from the Passport to Safety program Tuesday, Aug. 23, after demonstrating what they learned during the four sessions.
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.
With school starting, fall is just around the corner. Butler Cross Country has a great way to get you ready for the season, it's the annual mum sale.
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).
A change in forms for the 2016-2017 school year will make it even easier to keep your information up to date.
Vandalia-Butler City Schools today announced its 2016-2017 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. Each school office and the central office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party.
Member of Morton Middle School's soundwAVES performed the National Anthem at the Dayton Dragons game Thursday, June 23.
Let's play ball!
B.A.S.E Camp took a trip to Fifth Third Field to go behind the scenes and down on the field at the home of the Dayton Dragons Tuesday, June 14.
Beginning with the start of the 2016-2017 school year, all students in grades 7-12 will be required to be vaccinated against Meningococcal (Meningitis) disease. One dose of the vaccine is required prior to starting 7th grade and a second dose is required prior to the student’s senior year.
A 16-year veteran of Vandalia-Butler City Schools with coaching credentials at Bradford High School, Chaminade Julienne High School, Oakwood High School and Butler High School will take over as Varsity Football Coach for the Aviators.