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Our Mission and Beliefs The mission of the Butler Area School District, a community committed to fostering a culture of forward- thinking, innovative and lifelong learning, is to prepare students to succeed in an ever-changing global society through academically rigorous and individualized learning experiences within a nurturing and safe environment. Our Beliefs We believe in lifelong learning. We believe in dignity and respect for all. We believe in empowering individuals. We believe in the power of community pride. We believe that diversity must be respected. We believe that everyone has a right to learn. We believe that creativity powers innovation. We believe in collaborative communication. We believe that all individuals are able to learn. Our Objectives All students will have an individualized rigorous academic plan. All students will meet or exceed individualized rigorous growth targets. All students will respect themselves and others. All students will create an ongoing interest-based portfolio that provides a foundation for career planning. All students will read with accuracy, fluency and comprehension by the end of 3rd grade. All students will demonstrate the social, emotional and problem solving skills required to be successful in their lifelong learning. Our Leadership Dr. Brian J. White, Jr. — Superintendent Mr. Glenn Raymer — Assistant Principal, IHS Dr. Brian Slamecka — Assistant Superintendent Mr. Jason Huffman — 6th Grade Principal, BMS Ms. Julie Hopp — Director of Curriculum, Mr. Joshua Hundertmark — 5th Grade Principal, BMS Instruction and Professional Development Mr. Jeffrey Mathieson — Principal, Center Township Mr. Aaron Royhab — Supervisor of Special Mr. Matthew Martinez — Assistant Principal, Center Education Township Mr. Nick Morelli — Acting Director of Business Mrs. Hope Hull — Principal, Connoquenessing Services Mr. Chad Broman — Principal, Emily Brittain Dr. John Wyllie — Principal, SHS Mrs. Linda Peifer — Principal, McQuistion Ms. Alicia Beighley — Assistant Principal, SHS Mr. Jack Ratica — Principal, Northwest Mr. Doug Ford — Assistant Principal, SHS Mrs. Lesley Fidler — Principal, Summit Mr. Stephen Dobransky — Principal, IHS Mr. Keenan McGaughey — Principal, Center Avenue Dr. Carrie Morgan-Davis — Assistant Principal, IHS Our School Board Mrs. Nina Teff — President The Butler Area Board of School Directors meets Mrs. Jennifer Cummings —Vice President on the second and third Monday of the month. The Mrs. Suzie Bradrick meetings are open to the public. Mr. John Conrad Mr. Bill Halle 2018-2019 Meeting Location & Times Ms. Alice Nunes Butler Intermediate High School Library Mr. Gary Shingleton 551 Fairground Hill Road, Butler, PA 16001 Mr. Alvin Vavro 6:00 pm — Committee of the Whole Mrs. Mary Waggoner 7:30 pm — Regular Meeting
Welcome Back! Dear Butler Area School District Community, The world around us is going through tremendous change. Our children are growing up in a far more technology rich environment than most adults ever imagined possible. The science of learning is challenging how we, as educators, teach and how students learn. The workforce needs in our region are dramatically changing. For those of us who grew up in Western Pennsylvania and saw the demise of the steel industry and manufacturing first hand, you may be surprised to learn that advanced manufacturing is booming and desperately in need of a qualified workforce. The Butler Area School District has a history of producing graduates who are leaders and innovators in just about every field imaginable. To keep our district’s legacy alive, we must innovate today and plan for the future to best serve our students and ensure that the next generation of Butler Area graduates are as successful as their predecessors. Last year the school district engaged in a strategic planning process with the intention of redefining our future. We had tremendous participation in our strategic visioning sessions, strategic planning retreat and action planning process. I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to get involved in the process. Your input is critical to the success of our strategic plan. Additionally, we provided every faculty member with the opportunity to visit another school district in our region to learn from those around us. Every faculty member was also involved in concept mapping to begin the process of turning all of these great ideas into our new reality. These efforts are yielding some changes that will be implemented in the 2018-2019 school year including full day kindergarten, a pre-apprenticeship program, Project Lead The Way’s Introduction to Engineering Design curriculum, academic teaming at the Intermediate High School, a new STEAM course for grades K-4, and Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) in reading for grades K-6. In grades 3-5 we will be partnering with University of Pittsburgh’s Institute for Learning with a focus on mathematics. We will also continue our partnership with the National Math + Science Initiative. Through that partnership, the number of Advanced Placement qualifying scores at the Senior High School increased by 46% last year! We also launched a new website as well as a new Student Information System (known as Tyler) over the summer. While we believe this technology will better serve our families, please be patient as we work to grant parents access to Tyler so they can stay up-to-date on their child’s grades, assignments, attendance and more. These are just a few of our first steps to implementing our strategic plan. We will continue to prioritize the myriad of action items we have developed. In addition, we will develop and implement a viable capital plan as well as a long term financial plan. While we have a framework for the future, our work is far from done. We will have additional opportunities for input and engagement as we move forward. This year the topics will be more focused as we work to refine our plans. Please check the district’s website for opportunities. I’m really looking forward to the upcoming school year and hope you are too! Sincerely, Brian J. White, Jr., Ed.D. Superintendent, Butler Area School District
Upcoming Dates Orientation • 7th Grade: Tuesday, August 14 from 9-11 am • 10th Grade: Thursday, August 16 from 1-3 pm Kick Start Kindergarten • Kindergarten Only: Wednesday, August 22 from 6-7:15 pm Back to School Night (formerly Open House) • Elementary Grades 1-4: Thursday, August 23 from 6-7:15 pm • BMS 5th grade: Thursday, August 23 from 5-6:15 pm • BMS 6th grade: Friday, August 24 from 5-6:15 pm • Center Avenue: Tuesday, September 4 from 5:30 - 7:30 pm • Intermediate High School: Tuesday, September 4 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm • Senior High School: Thursday, September 6 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm Operating Budget The school board adopted a budget of $102,024,327 for the 2018-2019 school year that did not raise taxes and maintained our tax millage at 101 mills. We have worked very hard to bring our operational costs in line with the resources we have while still making academic investments, such as full day kindergarten. This past year, the district borrowed money to take care of critical repairs and improvements. However, this is not a sustainable way to fund capital projects. This year we are focused on developing a sustainable capital budget program that is built on saving funds in anticipation of capital need. The long term benefit is eliminating interest and other costs associated with borrowing money. Another component of developing a sustainable capital budget is assessing the viability of investing money into our older buildings. This means evaluating our current school buildings as well as our school organization to determine what makes the most sense for our community. Therefore, this fall we will be seeking input from the community on the operational configuration of our schools. More information will be shared in the fall. We hope you will get involved! Stay Connected Visit our website View our photostream on Flickr www.basdk12.org www.flickr.com/ButlerAreaSD Like us on Facebook Watch our videos on YouTube www.facebook.com/ButlerAreaSD www.youtube.com/butlertornadotv Follow us on Twitter Launching this fall: Instagram www.twitter.com/butler_area_sd
Welcome New Principals! The Butler Area School District is excited to welcome two new elementary principals for the 2018-2019 school year! Mrs. Hope Hull will be the principal of Connoquenessing Elementary School and Mrs. Lesley Fidler will be the principal of Summit Elementary School. Mrs. Hope Hull — Connoquenessing Elementary Prior to coming to Butler Area School District, Mrs. Hull was a Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) Facilitator, Data Coach, Kindergarten Literacy Interventionist and classroom teacher (2nd and 3rd grade) at South Butler School District. Mrs. Hull was also previously a teacher at Fox Chapel Area School District and Union-Scioto School District in Ohio. “Mrs. Hull’s experience using data to meet students where they are and push them forward academically coupled with her background in organizational management and strategic planning make her a great fit for our district,” said Dr. Brian White, Superintendent of the Butler Area School District. Mrs. Hull earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Ohio University and her Master of Public Management (Educational Technology Management) from Carnegie Mellon University. She also holds her Principal Certification from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Lesley Fidler — Summit Elementary Mrs. Fidler was previously the Assistant Principal at Knoch Middle School in South Butler School District where she implemented their Student Assistance Program (SAP) and Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) for students in grades K-12 as part of the district’s Comprehensive Planning Committee. Prior to her role as an Assistant Principal, Mrs. Fidler was a Guidance Counselor at Mars Area High School and a Mobile Therapist/ Behavior Specialist Consultant for Wesley Spectrum Services. “Mrs. Fidler’s background in the implementation of MTSS for students in K-12 as well as her leadership experience will make her an asset to the Butler Area School District,” said Dr. White, Superintendent of the Butler Area School District. Mrs. Fidler earned her Bachelor of Arts in English Writing from the University of Pittsburgh and her Master’s in School Counseling from Duquesne University. She also holds her Principal Certification from Gannon University and her Superintendent Letter of Eligibility from California University of Pennsylvania.
University of Pittsburgh’s Institute for Learning Butler Area School District is excited to partner with the Institute for Learning this year. The focus of this partnership will be on mathematics for grades 3-5. “The Institute for Learning (IFL) is an outreach of the University of Pittsburgh’s Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC). Comprised of scholar practitioners, the IFL helps educators bring what research tells us about teaching and learning into classrooms to help students grow their intelligence and reach the high standards demanded by today’s colleges and workforce. We believe—and research confirms—that virtually all students are capable of high achievement, if they work hard at the right kinds of learning tasks. To do this, the IFL: • serves as a professional development leader. We design instructional materials, tools, strategies, formative assessments, and other resources to enhance instructional effectiveness in K-12 classrooms. • provides educational services. We offer customized preparation and consulting designed to meet districts where they are in the school reform process. Along with our in-district work, we regularly convene superintendents, other central office administrators, and principals from our partner districts to share their experiences and best practices. • operates as a think tank. We bring to educators the best current knowledge and research about learning processes and principles of instruction. • offers research-based solutions to the challenges facing public education. Our work has been and continues to be evaluated by independent researchers and organizations, including the Institute of Education Sciences, RAND Corporation, and MDRC, among others. The IFL functions as a bridge between the domains of research and practice, bringing educators the best of current knowledge, research, tools, and models related to instruction and district design.” (ifl.pitt.edu) Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) This year we are committing substantial resources to develop a Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS). This system will be designed to meet each student where they are and move them forward. It will be proactive and responsive to student needs. Teachers will use data to personalize instruction and provide supports for students who are struggling and extension and enrichment for those who are ready for more. As a part of the district’s MTSS model, students in grades K-6 will have a daily WIN (What I Need) time. WIN time will be devoted to meeting the individual needs of every student and helping them grow academically.
Full Day Kindergarten Beginning this year, Butler Area School District will offer full day kindergarten. Full day kindergarten has been shown to benefit students both academically and socially. The district’s full day program will allow teachers and staff to fully implement the Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) model, as they are for the other elementary grades. It will also provide time for additional instruction and differentiation in all areas. In addition, there will be extended time for targeted intervention. We believe this will have a positive impact on the number of students reaching benchmark standards by the end of kindergarten. Although class size varies between the elementary schools, shifting to full day kindergarten did not significantly impact class size. As we move forward with our strategic plan, it will be necessary to re-examine the equity of resource distribution between the district elementary schools and consider the possibility of attendance area realignments or changes in grade configuration. Literacy (K-6) Consistent literacy materials were rolled out district-wide during the 2017-2018 school year. We are working to identify best practices and provide intensive training and professional development to ensure teachers have the most current tools and strategies available to them. This year, all reading specialists and first grade teachers will receive specialized literacy training. This initiative ties back to developing a data based, Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) approach to learning for all students. Blocks of time will be created during which all students will be working at their level. Some will be doing this with their classroom teacher and others will receive more intensive support from a specialist. Reading specialists will provide intensive interventions that target each student’s individual areas of need. In addition, classroom teachers will differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all students. This will offer more individualized support for all students with fewer reading specialist positions. We also believe that it will further our strategic plan objective of all students reading with accuracy, fluency and comprehension by third grade.
Advanced Placement (AP) Butler Area School District is one of 447 school districts in the U.S. and Canada that was honored by the College Board with placement on the 8th Annual AP® (Advanced Placement) District Honor Roll. To be included, Butler Area School District had to, since 2015, increase the number of students participating in AP courses while also increasing or maintaining the percentage of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher. Reaching this goal shows that this district is successfully identifying motivated, academically prepared students who are ready for AP courses. In an effort to continue to improve our AP program, the district implemented the National Math + Science Initiative (NMSI), a three year college readiness program, at the start of the 2017-2018 school year. The primary purpose of our participation in the NMSI program is to raise expectations of students and equip them with the skills they need to be successful. Although NMSI is only a three year program, we believe that it will have a lasting impact on our school district, thanks to the significant professional development in which our faculty is engaged. NMSI benefits include: • “Laying the Foundation” professional development for faculty. • Saturday Study Sessions for AP students. • AP Exam cost reduced by 50% for students. • The opportunity for students to earn $100 for every qualifying score (3 or higher) they receive on an AP Exam.
2017-2018 Accomplishments & Accolades • All Butler Area School District teachers had the • With their inaugural entry, the Intermediate High opportunity to visit another school to see innovative School video production team won two awards in the learning in action thanks to funding from the Grable “What’s Cool about Manufacturing?” contest. Foundation. • McQuistion successfully implemented the Golden • Butler Area School District is one of 447 school districts Spatula Award to recognize classes for using the in the U.S. and Canada that was honored by the College McQuistion B’s in the cafeteria. Board with placement on the 8th Annual AP® District Honor Roll. • McQuistion held quarterly school-wide morning meetings to foster school community. • Dr. Brian White, Butler Area School District Superintendent, received Tri-State Area School Study • McQuistion students and faculty participated in their Council’s Distinguished Educator Award. first Remake Learning Day with school-wide projects focused on “Birds of Butler.” • Center Avenue hosted their first Transition Fair for secondary students. • The Middle School successfully used the Be Tuff Stand Up initiative to support school wide positive behavior and • Both programs at Center Avenue were recognized for bullying prevention programs. their Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Tier 1 sustainability. • The Middle School’s Empty Bowls event in support of the Kids Weekend Backpack Program was a success. • Center Avenue partnered with local businesses for their Community Based Vocational Training to help secondary • Hundreds of Middle School families attended the student learn critical social and job training skills needed Science Fair/Title Night to support academics. for competitive employment. • Northwest students had access to new technology, such • Center Township successfully completed their as 48 Sphero robots and 15 iPads, thanks to a generous evaluation (98%) and was recognized for their contribution from the PTO. implementation of Positive Behavior Interventions and • Northwest students raised $2,000 for caring Angels. Supports (PBIS). • Through the school’s partnership with NMSI (National • Center Township created a building-level Literacy Math + Science Initiative), the Senior High School was Committee. involved in activities to increase students’ readiness for • Center Township held their 3rd annual Relay Recess. college through the Advanced Placement (AP) program. This event raises charitable funds and promotes making • Joining nine other high schools in Butler, Lawrence, and healthy life choices. Mercer Counties, the Senior High School established its • Connoquenessing students, staff and families first competitive Unified Bocce Team. participated in several charitable events including Caring • As part of the Senior High School’s 339 College and Angels (donated $1,017.15), HOP for Leukemia (donated Career readiness plan, students developed their portfolios $997), Evans City Food Pantry (donated 711 items), Butler and began researching career paths. The goal is for all County Humane Society and Butler County CYS. students to graduate with an education or career path. • Connoquenessing was designated a Seizure Safe School • Summit expanded their makerspace to offer students for the 2017-2018 school year. the opportunity to create, invent and learn. The critical • Emily Brittain received the Title 1 designation of “High thinking and problem solving skills encouraged by this Progress School” from the state for our student’s academic opportunity translate to student success in the classroom. successes. • Summit received the Title 1 designation of “High • Emily Brittain raised over $12,000 for the Leukemia and Progress School” from the state for our student’s academic Lymphoma society. successes. • Two Intermediate High School teachers led a pilot of We’re proud to share a few of our personalized learning through Google Classroom in their accomplishments from last year, but we know this math courses. Their findings from this pilot were shared doesn’t capture it all! If you have positive news to with other teachers hoping to utilize Google classroom in share, let us know by completing this form: their own classes. www.basdk12.org/Content/sharenews
New Website & Mobile App Butler Area School District launched a new website over the summer. Our goal is for the website to be a place where teachers, students, parents and community members can find helpful information as well as the latest news and announcements. www.basdk12.org One of our goals is to share more positive news with our community. Stories will be featured on the homepage as well as on each school’s website. Don’t forget to click the arrows or “view all news” to see more! Want to check your child’s grades, assignments or attendance? Click on the “grades” box to go directly to Tyler, our new Student Information System. You can also access Tyler from any page on our website. Just scroll to the bottom and look for the Tyler icon on the right. Want to know what’s happening in the community? Click on the “flyers” box for a round up of upcoming school and community events, programs and opportunities. To see upcoming events at your child’s school, click “view full calendar.” From there you will be able to select the calendar(s) for the school(s) you wish to view. If you are looking for the one page calendar overview that details inservice and vacation days, it’s under “quick links” at the top of our homepage. Teacher websites can be accessed from their school page or the directory. Speaking of teacher websites, our teachers are just learning how to use our new website, so please be patient as they work to build their classroom websites. Mobile App Butler Area School District has also launched a new app. If you were previously using the BASD app, please remove it from your device. To download our new mobile app: - Search “SchoolPointe” in the app store. - Download “SchoolPointe Stay Connected.” - Open the app and search “Butler Area.” - Select Butler Area School District and you’re all set.
Tyler Technologies (Student Information System) Butler Area School District transitioned to Tyler Technologies, our new Student Information System (SIS), over the summer. Tyler is where we will report grades, track attendance, maintain contact information and more. Parents will need to have an email address on file in order to receive their Tyler login information. If you do not have an email address on file, please contact the main office at your child’s school with that information as soon as possible. More information will be shared with you at the start of the school year. The Butler BookStop Butler Area School District launched the BookStop this summer. The BookStop made two trips through the community — one in June and one in August. All children were invited to meet up with the BookStop along its route and pick out a free new or gently used book to take home. The purpose of the program is to encourage reading over the summer. We also hope encouraging kids to select books that are of interest to them will generate excitement for reading. A special thank you to everybody who volunteered to help with the BookStop! We’re looking forward to making the BookStop an annual tradition!
A Safe & Nurturing Environment This past year reminded all of us that having a safe and nurturing environment is important for the welfare and success of our students. We are implementing a number of new strategies while continuing efforts that we have found to be effective. Some of our efforts are highlighted below. Communication ALICE Training Communication is critical in any emergency. In ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, the event of a crisis, the district will use its mass Evacuate) Training instructor led classes provide communication system for texts and emails, preparation and a plan for individuals and and will post information on our website when organizations on how to more proactively handle appropriate. Please make sure the school district the threat of an aggressive intruder or active shooter has accurate contact information for your family in event. Whether it is an attack by an individual Tyler, our new Student Information System. person or by an international group of professionals who are intent on conveying a political message through violence, ALICE Training option based tactics have become the accepted response, versus the traditional “lockdown only” approach. Safety Drills Every school will conduct a safety drill at the Two of our school police officers were certified beginning of the year. Additionally, we have as ALICE trainers last year and two more are committed the use of Broad Street School for the being trained this year. They will be training all State Police to conduct training exercises. employees in ALICE over the course of the year. We also intend to offer evening programs for parents and students to attend together. In-School Mental Health and Behavioral Services Visitor Identification Raptor Glade Run will provide in-school therapeutic All visitors to our schools will still be required counselling at our Middle School, Intermediate to provide identification verified by the Raptor High School and Senior High School. These services technology system to gain entry into our schools. can only be accessed with parental permission. Having this option available for families will allow for support to be provided at school for both mental health and behavioral issues. Information about Glade Run services will be sent home at the start of the school year. SHS Security and Campus Lane Closure We will continue to have Campus Lane closed at the Senior High School during the school day. We are working to have our new main entrance opened Additional Security Measures early in the school year. This prevents visitors from We are committed to continually improving the having access directly to the cafeteria. This will also safety and security of our schools. We are currently require changes for visitor parking and procedures installing more cameras and upgrading many for late students. A separate communication will existing cameras. We are also working to develop detail those changes. controls to restrict access to our schools from the outside during school hours.
What’s New At Our Elementary Schools? • The district will implement a full day kindergarten program at the start of the 2018-2019 school year. All kindergarten students will get to participate in Creative Plus. • All elementary students will have the opportunity to participate in an “Encore” special area class that is focused on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math). • All elementary students will participate in WIN (“What I Need”) time each day. WIN time will take place within their English language arts instructional block. • Center Township will continue their development of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) with additional training regarding Tier II interventions and implementation. • Connoquenessing will welcome Mrs. Hope Hull as the new principal. • Emily Brittain will provide time for older students and younger students to become “buddies” through a buddy classroom at least once per month. • McQuistion will open the school’s new outdoor classroom. • Northwest TV will help students learn 50 sign language words and lessons about bullying prevention. • Summit will welcome Mrs. Lesley Fidler as the new principal.
What’s New at the Middle School? • There will be more flexible seating and personalized learning environments at the Middle School. • There will be more co-teaching and collaborative opportunities for Middle School students and staff. • The Middle School will establish teaming norms to help improve the educational experience for all students. What’s New at the Intermediate High School? • The IHS is expanding its makerspace, a place where students and teachers use creativity and innovation to better their learning. • The IHS has reconfigured the building so students will attend classes in rooms that are arranged by grade level. This will help create a safe and nurturing environment for all and help prepare the school for teaming in the 2019-2020 school year. • A new bell schedule will be in place at the start of the year. Every student will have a period 7 study hall. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, this will double as a time for the advisory program. The advisory program is an opportunity for students to participate in programs that promote positive student behavior and academic growth.
What’s New at the Senior High School? • As part of the Butler Area School District’s K-12 guidance plan, more students will have the opportunity to be involved in job shadowing, work release, apprenticeship and co-op placements. In addition, every student will develop an actionable plan for after high school that leads to a satisfying, productive career. • Going hand-in-hand with the Unified Bocce Team, the Senior High School will continue to pursue an atmosphere of inclusion and cohesion through the implementation of the Best Buddies Program. Two students will even have the opportunity to attend the Best Buddies International Leadership conference in July. • In line with other efforts across Butler Area School District, the Senior High is undergoing some physical changes to help enhance student safety. The main entrance will be moved from the cafeteria entrance to a door on the city side of the building beside the library. Additionally, a newly located Student Council Store and Snack Bar will provide better sight lines in that space. What’s New at Center Avenue Community School? • Center Avenue, along with the Intermediate High and Senior High, will be starting the M-PLUSS (Multi- tiered Personalized Learning Units for Struggling Students) program to provide individualized and flexible learning opportunities for students. • Center Avenue will expand Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) with a goal of obtaining Tier 2 recognition from the Pennsylvania Department of Education. • Center Avenue is partnering with Penn United Technologies to provide manufacturing classes to students.
Contact Us Main Line (phone tree): 724-287-8721 Food Services Department: 724-214-3223 Administration: 724-214-3107 Student Services Department: 724-214-3121 Business Office: 724-214-3111 Technology Department: 724-214-3103 Athletic Office: 724-214-3232 Transportation Department: 724-287-8723 Communication Office: 724-214-3107 Senior High School Emily Brittain Elementary School Grades 10-12 Grades K-4 Phone: (724) 214-3200 Phone: (724) 214-4200 Fax: (724) 287-1596 Fax: (724) 282-1013 120 Campus Lane 338 North Washington Street Butler, PA 16001 Butler, PA 16001 Intermediate High School McQuistion Elementary School Grades 7-9 Grades K-4 Phone: (724) 214-3400 Phone: (724) 214-3900 Fax: (724) 287-5457 Fax: (724) 287-1119 551 Fairground Hill Road 210 Mechling Drive Butler, PA 16001 Butler, PA 16001 Butler Middle School Northwest Elementary School Grades 5-6 Grades K-4 Phone: (724) 214-3600 Phone: (724) 214- 4100 Fax: (724) 287-7847 Fax: (724) 287-2516 225 East North Street 124 Staley Avenue Butler, PA 16001 Butler, PA 16001 Center Township Elementary School Summit Elementary School Grades K-4 Grades K-4 Phone: (724) 214-3800 Phone: (724) 214- 3880 Fax: (724) 282-3503 Fax: (724) 287-2734 950 Mercer Road 351 Brinker Road Butler, PA 16001 Butler, PA 16002 Connoquenessing Elementary School Center Avenue Community School Grades K-4 K-12 Alternative Education/Special Needs Phone: (724) 214-4040 Phone: (724) 214-3960 Fax: (724) 789-7478 Fax: (724) 287-0263 102 Connoquenessing School Road 102 Lincoln Avenue Renfrew, PA 16053 Butler, PA 16001
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