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Butler PTA Meeting this Wednesday!

Join the PTA for our Monthly Meeting this Wednesday, September 18th 7 PM in the Butler Library Agenda: Budget 2019-20 Babysitting for children over 5 yrs of age is provided. Please...

PTA Family Picnic - This Friday!

Welcome Back to School Family Picnic PTA Open house Friday September 13th 6:00-7:30pm Butler playground order pizza by 9/13 (noon) and bring cash or check to pay at the p...

Library Volunteer Orientation

Dear Parents/Guardians,The children are eager to begin their weekly visits to the Butler School Library and to start borrowing books to take home.  The first week of check out will be the week of...

September Butler Family Newsletter

Upcoming: Thursday, Sept 12 ESL Parent Coffee 8:30-9:15am Friday, Sept 13  PTA Back to School Picnic and Contribution Drive 6-7:30pm Monday, Sept 16 Butler Wellness Committee Meeting 3-4pm Wednes...

PTA Family Picnic Postponed

Due to the weather forecast, we will postpone the picnic till next Friday, Sept 13th at 6 PM.

Belmont Public Schools Grade 4 String Program

Over the next week, Ms. Dagon will visit each 4th Grade classroom to talk to students about the Grade string program. A $250 Participation fee is required in addition to the cost of your instrument re...

Introducing Our New Butler Website!!!

We have a new, gorgeous, and helpful website! Our district webmaster put a tremendous amount of thought and time into building this site for us, after much consultation with our PTA, input from our Sc...

Safe Arrival and Dismissal Procedures

Mornings can be stressful trying to get everyone out the door and at school on time - let's remember that taking a few moments, even if they feel inconvenient, can save lives. Especially when it  snow...

Nurse's Notes: Happy Spring and Summer!

(April – September). While most ticks are harmless Ticks live in grassy, brushy, or wooded areas, or even on animals. Spending time outside playing in grassy areas, walking your dog, camping, or gard...

At Butler we strive to provide all students with three basic rights:

Each right rests upon, or is balanced by, a set of responsibilities which are accepted and acted upon by every segment of the school community: students, teachers, and parents.
The right to an excellent elementary education
Excellent elementary education
To come to school ready to learn and to work hard while here.
The right to attend a school where all children are respected
The right to attend a school
To respect both the adults and students with whom they work and play. Basic civility.
The right to attend a clean and safe school
Attend Our School Safely
To responsibly follow the rules which ensure everyone's safety, including taking care of the school building and the materials which are provided for learning.

Statement of Purpose:

Rights and Responsibilities

The Daniel Butler School is dedicated to providing a school community where students will acquire the foundational skills, knowledge, and behaviors needed for life-long learning. We believe this can best be achieved in an environment characterized by mutual respect and shared responsibility. Our success will be built on a partnership of teachers who are committed to their profession and families who ensure their children come to school ready to learn.