News & Announcements
NexTier Bank recently made a donation $25,000 to The Golden Tornado Scholastic Foundation, Inc. via Pennsylvania's Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.
Carol Achezinski, NexTier Bank’s Senior Vice President, Treasury Management, visited the Butler Area School District central office to deliver the check.
Thank you to NexTier Bank for their generous support of our students and our schools!
Connoquenessing Elementary School students had fun learning about different careers from parents and community members during their career week. Some of the careers included a cabinet maker, occupational therapist, state game warden, personal care manager, nurse, software engineer, and other intriguing professions.
Thank you to everyone who participated in career week at Conno!
Students and teachers at Connoquenessing Elementary School, an outdoor appreciation campus, celebrated Earth Day with several activities.
Fourth grade students studied angles and lines they found in nature, second grade students worked in the school garden and Kindergarten students planted flowers and even made their own greenhouse craft.
Butler Area School District's Kennywood Day is June 17, 2023
Believe it or not, it is time to start thinking about kindergarten enrollment for the 2023–2024 school year. If you have a child who will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2023, it is time to contact your neighborhood school. If you know a kindergarten-aged child in your neighborhood, please share this information with their parents.
Visit our Kindergarten Registration page for more information.
The winter season is just about here. I’d like to remind you of our school delay and closing procedures.
I make the decision to delay or cancel school after I review the weather forecast and consult with our Transportation Department. When necessary, the district also consults with the municipalities and other resources within our community. Each decision regarding whether or not to delay or cancel school is made with student safety as the primary concern. I recognize that any delay or cancellation can create hardships for our families and do not take this decision lightly.