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BULLDOG GAZETTE October 2009 October 2009 Published by the Butler High School PTSO From the Principal... PSAT Hello Butler Bulldogs, Wednesday October 14 I am writing this on September 25th which is the 23rd day of school – more than 1 month is under our belts! We have had an extremely smooth beginning, and life has continued to be ALL students ins Grades 10-11 good. Last night was our PTSO Open House. We approved the budget, viewed a Student will take the PSAT. Council skit on “Invest in Your Child,” and provided time for parents to meet the teachers and hear about individual courses. In addition there was a meeting for senior parents about NO registration is needed. planning for life after Butler. I spoke with many parents individually and it certainly seemed that students are on the right track. Powder Puff 09 Junior Girls vs. Senior Girls Speaking of being on the right track, many Butler students will be taking the SAT at Inde- Wednesday, October 14 pendence High School on October 10th, and 10th and 11th graders will be taking the PSAT Bulldog Stadium on October 14th. The PSAT is a valuable tool for us in helping students to choose the best Admission: $5 courses and it is also used to identify students for scholarships. Please make sure that your Check the website for the official start time sophomore or junior gets a good night’s sleep the night before. Freshmen and seniors are to report at the regular time and will have a regular school day. Also, progress reports will be distributed on September 29th and 30th. Be sure to ask your student for copies in addition to It’s time to order your monitoring progress with Parent Assist. 2010 Yearbook! I would encourage you to make it a habit to read the Bulldog Blitz as it is the most effective The website is now ready tool for up-to-date information about Butler. I would like to thank Amy Brisley, senior to take orders! Go to: secretary extraordinaire, for her devotion to making the Blitz so thorough. Also, Anne Bucci and Stephanie Ferron, our Media Specialists, work very hard to have vital informa- http://pages.cms.k12.nc.us/butleryearbook/ tion on the Butler Website. For example, the Graduation Project is in transition this year, with the goal of being structured much more like CMS had it in the past. We will periodi- cally be posting information about this on both the Blitz and Website. JROTC Bar BQ Please let us hear from you with the good news as well as times where you may need some help. October 24 In Front of the School Respectfully, Starting at 10:30 AM Theresa Hopkins $8 a Plate Presale tickets available—see page 5 Homecoming: October 16 Bulldogs vs. Ardrey Kell Please join Officer Archer, Ms. Andrews It’s Not Too Late…. and the Butler D.R.E.A.M Team as we you can still join the PTSO kick off the first Butler Campus Crime and participate in our Stoppers Awareness Week. We want Capital Campaign. everyone to take part in the Crime Pre- vention efforts which helps in combating See page 9 crime and keeping Butler safe. Join us of this newsletter for details. Friday, October 16 at 6:15 PM for the pre- game show before the Butler vs. Ardrey Kell football game. There will be free give-aways. Congratulations Parent University to these Outstanding Students Parent University is a community collaborative led by Charlotte- Junior Marshals for 2009 -2010 Mecklenburg School to help parents become full partners in their children's education. CMS partners with community agencies and Tanner Fadero and Liliya Folksah organizations to offer free courses, family events and activities that Co - Chief Marshals will equip families with new or additional skills, knowledge, re- sources and confidence. If you would like more information about Jaclyn Avara Andrew Le Parent University please contact the CMS Family and Community Services Department/Parent University at 980-343-0318 or email us Matt Burns Nick LePore at firstname.lastname@example.org Thomas DeWolfe Alex Mabes Jeanne Dinh Courtney Metcalf About Parent University Registration: Ginny Fisher Tran Nguyen Three ways to register for classes: Lemuel Glover H Blim Nie- Hmok 1. Complete and return a registration form. Forms are available Garrett Guion Anna Parr at the back of any Parent University Catalog or at your school. Alli Halberg Sarah Pederson Ryan Hodge Biranna Robinson 2. Register on line at www.cms.k12.nc.us click on the Parent Willl Jackson Chris Welch University link on the Parent section of the pull-down menu Katie Kinniburgh Emily Winburn and click the link to on-line registration. Emily Larkin 3. Register at the door on the day of the event. The Orchestras of Butler High School will present Contact Person for David W. Butler High School: their first concert of the season on Cynthia King, Student Services Department Wednesday, October 21 October 8 7:00 PM Parent University “Substance Abuse” Workshop Butler High School Auditorium Providence High School Butler Cheerleaders Performing Works featured in this concert include Telemann's Viola Concerto in G Major with Victoria Albanese NASCAR Banking 500 as soloist, Mozart's Symphony No. 15 in G Major, YOU can get DISCOUNTED TICKETS! Vivaldi's Autumn from the Four Seasons, and a medley of favorites by the Beatles. Have you been waiting to buy tickets to the NASCAR Banking 500 on Saturday October 17th at Lowe's Motor Speedway? Admission is free. Now's your chance to get discounted tickets! The Butler Cheerleaders will be performing at the pre-race show and can get you tickets for $30 instead of $49. Please contact Coach Schimizzi for details. email@example.com News from the Media Center The following students are semi‐finalists for National Using links on the Butler Website Merit Scholarship Program and National Achievement The Butler website www.butlerhigh.net is a mirror of the Scholarship Program CMS-generated Butler website with the address of http://pages.cms.k12.nc.us/butler. If links do not work properly at butlerhigh.net, either copy the URL to Favorites National Merit National Achievement and open it in a separate window or use the CMS-generated Butler website. Paul Horton Lindsey Barrett Katherine Majeski Flash Drives for Sale – Price Reduced Jarrod Oliver Silver and red and engraved with the Butler bulldog, beauti- ful new 1 gb flash drives are for sale for $16 in the Media Hayley Paytes Center. Please send cash or a check made out to Butler Cameron Rogers High School. We offer free engraving of student ID numbers on each flash drive. Good luck to all of our students! Math Department News Graduation Project The North Carolina Graduation project that was intro- I'sis Perry, Billy Gerhard, Lane Polk, Will Randall and duced last year has undergone many changes. Students Nicole Savignac are the Butler Math Team members who will compete in the Carolina Panthers’ Number Crunch Com- will still complete the paper, product, presentation and petition. The team must consist of 3 Calculus students and 2 portfolio with the changes outlined by CMS. Pre-Calculus students. They will compete against other CMS high school teams on Saturday, October 3rd. This is a compe- ALL juniors will begin their paper with the assistance tition that involves math concepts along with football. Their and guidance of the English 11 teachers. No student advisor is Morgan Olin, who is also the advisor for Mu Alpha Theta, the math Honor Society. will be penalized because he or she has English second semester. At Butler, the 11th grade English teachers The Math Department proudly announces our newest mem- have developed specific guidelines and timelines so ber. Kevin Dresser, a former student teacher here last year, that the students will be able to complete the paper por- is now a member of the Butler staff and is teaching Algebra 1, tion of the project. To that end, the teachers work with Algebra 2 and Geometry in Trailer 7. Welcome, Mr. Dresser! the students to help them pick a viable product that re- Mu Alpha Theta's next meeting will be on Thursday, lates to their topic. October 8th. Students may still turn in applications and dues to Mrs. Olin. During the summer, we strongly suggest that the stu- dent complete the Product portion of the project. The PTSO Board Meetings focus of the overall product is service learning; so The PTSO Board meetings are held the 2nd Monday many students will choose a form of community of the month at Butler High School. Any interested service that relates to their topic. Students would keep parents are welcome to attend. The next meeting a journal, take pictures as they worked and keep logs of will be Monday, October 12th in the Career Center time spent. This is the portion of the project where the Conference Room. We’d love to see you there. mentor component would have been most helpful. However, the NEW program does not require that the students have a mentor, but the student will need an News From The Choral Music Department ADULT supervisor (non family member) who can authenticate the time the student spends on the prod- uct. It would be beneficial if the supervisor/mentor (non – family member) would write a brief note about the student's participation in completing the product. Congratulations to Joshua Simka who will rep- resent Butler High School at the North Carolina Senior English teachers will help the students with the High School Honors Chorus in Winston-Salem on portfolio portion and the presentation portion of the November 7-8, 2009. The event will be held project. Students will have turned in the rough draft and 2 copies of the final paper into the English Teacher during the annual convention for the North the previous year. Those papers will be returned to the Carolina Music Educators Association. All student during Senior English for inclusion in the port- participants in the 180-voice choir were selected folio. Students will make their presentation to the com- by audition from approximately 1200 students munity panels at designated times in either the Fall or from across the state. The concert on Sunday Spring of their senior year. will be presented at the Stevens Center under For the fall semester, senior panels will be held No- the direction of Dr. Jefferson Johnson from the vember 16 - 20 after school. The time commitment is University of Kentucky. generally from 2:45 until 6 PM on any given day. Par- ents who are interested in serving on boards are asked The choral music students are to contact Mary Teal via e–mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the school 980-343-6300 ext 283. selling cheesecakes and cookie dough! Contact Lorna Graves at email@example.com for more information. Indoor Track Team Try-Outs Looking for another way Monday, November 9 to show Bulldog spirit?? 2:30 PM on the Track Coming soon are yard signs to show that you are a true Bulldog fan. Keep your eye out at upcoming Butler Indoor Track Information Meeting sporting events so that you can buy yours and show Wednesday, October 7 more Butler spirit. 2:30 PM Trailer 2 Open workout on the track after the meeting till 4:30 PM for those not in a fall sport. All Paperwork (Physical Packet, Eligibility Certification Form, and Honor Codes) MUST be turned into Coach Bethay before anyone can tryout on the 9th. We can NOT accept paperwork after Monday, November 9th. Make sure to get it done ahead of time or you will not Science Olympiad be competing for indoor track. Science Olympiad is a club for students who excel This paperwork (Eligibility Certification Form and Honor in science and want to expand their science skills. Codes) must be filled out again even if it was done for a The club meets every other Tuesdays during first Fall sport. semester and every Tuesday in the spring semes- ter. The upcoming meetings are Tuesday October 6th and Tuesday October 20th in room 209. Please see Mrs. Schimizzi (room 209)for more details. Specialized Butler Sunglasses $20 Each NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Get them while they’re The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics is now accepting applications for the 2010-2011 school year. This is a residential school for academically gifted students who particularly excel in the areas of math and science. Students who are accepted will transfer to the school for their junior and senior years and graduate from the school. Applicants are required to take the SAT I on one of the following dates as part of the application process: October 10, November 7, December 5, or January 23. The application deadline is January 15, 2010. Please contact Ellen Mennitt in the School Counseling Department for details. To purchase these quality sunglasses contact Coach Bethay at firstname.lastname@example.org, find one of the track coaches, or send your student to the women’s coaches GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL office during the school day. They can also be purchased at sporting events. The North Carolina Governor's School will be hosting an Make checks payable to: Butler Track Boosters informational meeting for prospective students and their parents on October 15, 2009 from 7:00 PM until 8:30 Show your Bulldog Spirit ! PM. The meeting will be held in the auditorium of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools Professional Develop- ment Center located at 428 West Boulevard. Please contact Ellen Mennitt in the School Counseling Depart- ment if you have questions. JROTC NEWS HOSA News The Butler Bulldog Battalion is off to a great start (Health Occupations Students of America) this year. We have been extremely involved in the community by helping out a local elementary HOSA is off to a great start this year. At our first meeting we school, Antioch Elementary, the Athletic Boosters had over 98 students join. We also introduced the officers and with parking, and preparing for athletic competitions announced there are several officer positions still needing to in the district. be filled. Applications can be picked up outside rooms 402 and 405. The students enjoyed playing HOSA games and The Bulldog Battalion, now commanded by C/LTC John Lefor, making ice cream sundaes. The next meeting will be received requests from Antioch Elementary School to provide October 8th. Anyone interested in joining can bring their ap- volunteer support with school beautification and a festival for their plications and dues of $25.00 to the meeting. students. The Bulldog Battalion provided over 25 cadets on two separate occasions for over 350 hours in community service The HOSA chapter at Butler High School will be hosting an support. Great job Bulldogs! "Aerosoles Shoe Party" on Tuesday, October 6th from 2:30 Our Softball Teams captained by C/CPT Stephen Lasher and until 5:00 PM. Stop by rooms 402, 405 and 503 to look at the C/1SG Ericka Jernigan prepared very well for the CMS Softball catalogs and come to the party to try on these fabulous Tournament. The teams played very well but did not place in the shoes. Monies raised will support the chapter’s activities and top four. The leadership and organization provided by these two competitive events. We appreciate your support. outstanding cadets helped them earn Cadet of the Month honors for the two higher level classes in JROTC. October 10th is the Autism Speaks walk at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. Students should see Mrs. Beam if they are inter- The cadets have worked extremely hard this fall supporting the Ath- ested in walking and raising money for this event. letic Department with parking for home football games and cleaning the stadium after all home athletic events. Their hard work has Don’t forget to mark your calendar for the first made the stadium look outstanding for all home competitions this Blood drive of the year to be held on year. November 6th. It will start at 7:30 AM and run The Bulldogs held their first monthly awards ceremony on the 30th through 12:00 noon. You must be 18 years old of September at 8:30am. Cadets who attended the JROTC Summer and weigh at least 110 pounds. Community Leadership Camp were recognized for their outstanding perform- members are welcome and will be moved to ance. Cadet Zach Thompson was the 3rd highest cadet at the camp the head of the line. Don’t forget to eat breakfast and drink out of 250 cadets from 5 different states. Cadet Joe McNamara plenty of water! received special recognition from the Matthews American Legion for attending North Carolina Boys State. Cadet Taylor Thompson earned the Cadet of the Month honors for the freshman and sopho- More Ways to Show Spirit! more classes for his outstanding participation in all JROTC activi- Everyone needs a “Pound” Shirt! ties so far this year. Student Council is selling our annual Pound The Bulldog Booster Club is supporting the battalion in all its en- Shirts. This year we're also offering a long sleeve deavors. They will be providing a tailgate for the cadets at the next t-shirt for the BHS v Independence game. The two drill meet competitions; October 3 at UNCC and October 17 at short sleeve Pound shirts are red and are $10. The BHS v Indy Olympic High School. Our booster club is an outstanding way for shirts are black and are $12. Both shirts can be purchased to- parents and family members to get involved with our program. Its gether for $18. Contact Alyssa English at fun, free, and an excellent way to show our cadets you care. email@example.com to purchase. Preorders end October 2, Our Booster Club meets the second Thursday of every month at but additional inventory will be ordered and delivered during the 6:30 PM in the JROTC room, room 517. Please come out and find week of October 12. CASH ONLY PLEASE. out how you can get involved with our cadets. The Butler Campus Our Booster Club will be having their second BBQ here at the school on the 24th of October. The cost will be Crime $8.00 per plate and will be open to the public. You can buy your pre-sale tickets through Crime Stoppers Website. any cadet or the JROTC department. The Students can report crimes that happen on plate will include BBQ, cole slaw, chips, and 3 campus anonymously using this website. buns. Come on out from 10:30 AM until the Log on to http://pages.cms.k12.nc.us/butlercrimestopper BBQ runs out on the 24th of October in the front of the school. or you can access the website from the Butler website just click on the Butler crime stoppers link The JROTC Battalion in conjunction with our Booster Club will be holding a JROTC night at the Matthews Township Grill on 19 Octo- If a report leads to an arrest, recovery of property or discipli- ber from 5:00pm-8:30pm. 25% of the proceeds from the evening nary action, the reporting student can receive a cash reward will come back to the JROTC battalion. Please come out and sup- ranging from $10 up to $1000. port our JROTC cadets. We would like students to take an active role in preventing "Motivating Young People to be Better Citizens" crime in our school. SENIORS—CLASS OF 2010 COLLEGE CORNER: Representatives from the following colleges will meet SENIORS ONLY with interested JUNIORS & SENIORS for The following universities have given tentative dates information sessions. Please see Mrs. Ellis in the School for ON-SITE ADMISSIONS: Counselor's Office for details or to sign up to attend. October 21 October 1 Winston-Salem University University of Connecticut Virginia Tech October 23 Queens University October 2 Emory Riddle Aeronautical University (Florida) 4th Week in October/Specific Date TBA Wingate University October 5 @ 9 AM St Johns University (New York) 1st Week in November/Specific Date TBA Western Carolina October 6 Iona College (New Rochelle, NY) November 18 Duke University East Carolina Wesleyan College (Connecticut) Queens University Parents of Seniors: Mark Your Calendars!! October 7 The School Counseling Department will host a Barton College Financial Aid Night Monday, December 14, October 8 6:00 PM University of Southern California in the Butler Media Center. Emory University (Atlanta, GA) This program is for parents who will have October 9 students entering college in the Fall of Roanoke College 2010. The speaker will be a representative from the College Foundation of North October 28 @ 9 AM Carolina (CFNC). Make plans to join us for Northeastern University this incredibly informative meeting!! Senior Yearbook Ads: Students or parents can purchase and create ads online using several template options through Walsworth Publishing by going to http://pages.cms.k12.nc.us/ butleryearbook/ and clicking on the "Buy Your Ad" banner. If you want to create your own ad, please save it digitally as a jpeg. All ads are in color. For questions about jpeg ads contact a year- book staff member or firstname.lastname@example.org Attention Seniors: The LAST CHANCE for a senior portrait is October 3rd at Herff-Jones. Full Page: $325 1/2 Page: $250 Location: 9555 Monroe Road, Charlotte, NC 1/4 Page: $175 1/8 Page: $95 Please call 704-376-9889 to make an appointment PERFORMING ARTS OCTOBER DATES TO REMEMBER October 1 Talent Showcase Auditions Juniors and Seniors 2:30-5:30 PM Register NOW for the SAT or ACT Auditorium It is best for students to take the SAT and ACT in Spring of the Junior year AND Fall of the Senior year. October 6 Don’t miss it! Sign up now! Talent Showcase 7:00 PM Registration dates and testing dates for SAT: Auditorium Adults: $7.00 Students: $5.00 Register By: Test Date: October 20 October 1 November 7 The Playoffs: "The Imaginary Invalid" vs. "The Egg October 30 December 5 Play" (the winner goes to NCTC) December 15 January 23 7:00 PM February 4 March 13 Auditorium March 25 May 1 Adults: $5.00 Students: $3.00 April 29 June 5 Pick up registration materials from your school counselor October 21 or register on-line @ www.collegeboard.com Orchestra Concert Cost is $45.00 High School Code = 342-531 7:00 PM Auditorium Registration dates and testing dates for ACT: October 27 Register By: Test Date: Band Concert 7:00 PM November 6 December 12 Auditorium January 5 February 6 March 5 April 10 May 7 June 12 Parents and Students: You need to register for Writing part of the ACT also. Butler High School Pick up registration materials from your school counselor presents BHS or register on-line @ www.act.org Festival of Bands Cost is $47.00 High School Code = 342-531 Saturday, October 3rd Butler High School and the Butler Bulldog Marching Band will Would You Like To Receive host the 7th annual Butler Festival of Bands on October 3, 2009. Opening ceremonies will begin mid-afternoon and the This Newsletter By E-Mail? Festival will continue through the evening with a number of regional bands competing for outstanding band of the day. If you gained access to this newsletter through the Butler Come watch our new and exciting Butler Bulldog Marching web-site and have not already signed up to have this news- Band led by Band Director Mr. Josh Stevenson. They will letter sent to you by e-mail, you can still get on our e-mail perform their 2009 show music, “Under Construction.” Come mailing list. All you have to do is go to the Butler web-site watch and support our Butler Bulldogs Marching Band www.butlerhigh.net and sign up under “Join the Parent E-mail list” found in the “What’s New” section on the home page. Admission By joining the Parent E-mail list, not only will you receive the $5.00 for adults Bulldog Gazette each month, but you will also receive the $3.00 for students ages 10 - 17 Bulldog Blitz—a weekly (quick read) update of what’s going $3.00 for ages 65 and older on at Butler. Free for children ages 9 and under The Butler Band Boosters will sell a variety of food, baked Keep Informed! Sign Up TODAY! goods and beverages. Please join us on October 3 for a day of fun, good music and spectacular marching. School Counseling Services Department 2009-2010 Mission Statement The mission statement of David W. Butler High School’s Counseling Department is to promote academic excellence and career development while ensuring personal and social growth through utilization of community and school resources as we prepare students to be lifelong learners. Philosophy and Beliefs 1. Every student can be and wants to be successful. 2. School Counseling services are a vital link to educational excellence. 3. The availability of support services are necessary for student achievement. 4. Students need a safe environment for self-exploration. 5. Collaboration among staff, students, parents, and the community are important to provide resources for students to reach their potential. A-Ca Kim Preacher, Counselor Cb-Gi Linda Ellis, Counselor Co-Chair of Scholarships PSAT Recognition Program Coordinator PSAT Night for Parents Coordinator Summer Programs College Representative Financial Aid Coordinator College Application Week On-Site Admissions Gj-K Cynthia King, Counselor L-Pa Ellen Mennitt Counselor Hawthorne High School Liaison Governor’s School Representative NC Virtual High School Representative NC/CMS Scholars NCAA Counselor Representative FAC Representative Parent University Representative Intervention Team Liaison NC School of Math and Science Summer Ventures Pb-S Jann Kilgo, Counselor T-Z Cynthia Shepard, Counselor 504 Coordinator Department Chair/Co-Chair of Scholarship Foreign Exchange Student Liaison Senior/Junior Day Parent Programs Group Counseling Coordinator Minority Programs McKinney-Vento Representative Senior Awards Night Vertical Team Representative June Mancz, Career Development. Coordinator Career Center Coordinator/Military Liaison College Tech Prep and College Experience Academic Internship Program Liaison School Counseling Support Staff Linda Horton, Guidance Secretary/Liz Mualem, Registrar Christopher Debiase, Psychologist Libby Guice, Student Assistance Program Counselor Lynn Bryan, Social Worker/Catherine Mull, School Nurse Terrin Pigatt, Speech Pathologist/Michelle Carelock, Rehabilitation Counselor In compliance with the federal law, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools administers all education programs, employment activities and admissions without discrimina- tion against any person on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability. It’s Not Too Late…. You can still join the PTSO or participate in our Capital Campaign. Just print this page, fill out the forms below and return to the school. Butler PTSO Dues Form Invest In Your Student Form Dues: $5 per member SUGGESTED DONATION: $25 per family We encourage all parents and students to join! _____ I will make a TAX DEDUCTIBLE Number of persons joining: Donation of $______to help fund _____ Parent(s) _____Student(s) _____ Staff Butler’s PTSO Budget. Parent Name(s):__________________________ _____ I will apply for a MATCHING FUNDS Student Name Homeroom Teacher Grade gift from my employer: ____________/__________________/____ ____________/__________________/____ ___________________________________ ____________/__________________/____ (Employer’s Name) Address: Name:_______________________________ _______________________________________ Address______________________________ _______________________________________ Phone:__________________________ ________________________________ Phone #: _____________________________ E-Mail Address:_____________________________ E-Mail Address:_________________________ Payment by: Check #__________ Cash_____ Student Name(s) Homeroom Teacher Grade Total Paid __________ _______________/______________/____ _______________/______________/____ We rely on dues and donations to: Provide equipment and supplies directly to classrooms over and above what CMS can provide. Provide scholarships to students and staff for higher education Help supply the health room Help beautify Butler’s grounds Provide hospitality days to show support for our excellent teachers and staff *PLEASE CONTACT CYNDY PARR AT 704-841-4407 OR E-MAIL email@example.com IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS. *Many businesses provide matching funds for “Invest In Your Student” donations. Check with your employer! Please make checks payable to: Butler PTSO You may write one check for dues and “Invest in your Student” Return to the school office or mail to: Butler High School Attn: PTSO 1810 Matthews-Mint Hill Road Matthews, NC 28106 PTSO MEMBERS FOR 2009-2010 as of September 30, 2009 A huge thank you to the following staff, students and parents who have supported Butler High School by joining the Butler PTS0. If your name is not on this list, we do not have your record of membership. Please call Cyndy Parr if you have any questions Robin Abernathy Samantha Brosso Jerry Crowe Candice Farrington Brynn Hall Neely Abernathy Robbie Brower Jo Crowe John Farry Eric Hall Tanya Allison Anne Brower Dan Culicerto Kelly Farry Becky Hall Andrew Allison Parent Brown Kathy Culicerto Ryan Ferrell Jennifer Hansell Keith Anderson Adam Brown Pam Cummins Stephanie Ferron JT Harkey Susan Anderson Norman Brownstein Lea Curlee Susan Fields Jill Harkey David Anderson Lisa Brownstein Denae Currie Mike Fisher Annice Harrelson Tommy Arnold James Brownstein Kydaryune Currie Elaine Fisher Margaret Harrelson Tara Ashcraft Anne Bucci Jessica Dalton Kristina Fisher Andrew Hatch Vivencio Austero Dennis Burgoon Patrick Davitt Edwin Flemmings Rhonda Hatch Robyn Avara Sarah Burgoon LyseDavitt Barbara Flemmings Julie Hayes Jim Bailer Doug Burkhart Ebony Davitt Paula Floyd Karen Haynes Caroline Bailer Margaret Burkhart Chris Debiase Cindy Foley Melissa Haynes Pamela Baker Ben Burkhart Jackie Debiase Count Fosdick Joseph Healy Johnny Baker Ryan Burns Ashlyn Debiase Vickie Fosdick Regina Healy Luann Baker Mickie Burns Zach Debiase Gary Franks Katherine Healy Eric Barrett Steve Burton Morian Debo Linda Franks Molly Hedrick Lisa Barrett Beth Burton Betsy Delzell Kelli Franks Susan Helms Breana Barrett Maria Butler Morgan Delzell Devin Funderburke Paul Hemphill Michele Barrett Stephanie Butler Dee Demirovic Ray Gaines David Hemple Ashle Basden Michelle Calkin Andrew Denton Paula Gaines Gloria Hemple Debbie Beam Jackson Canaan Bonnie Denton Alan Gaines Linda Hendley Richard Beasley Arlene Caputo Mendy Deviney Anna Gallup Wesley Hendley Laurie Beasley Ann Carlough Don DeWolfe Rose Genet Michael Hendley Alain Bealey Ann Carlton Cathy DeWolfe Lori Gerhard Laura Hickson Luba Belcak Cynthia Carter Thomas DeWolfe Billy Gerhard Scott Hilborn Megan Berkey Ken Carter Hollis Dickenson Carol Gifford Karin Hill Jean Berrier‐Tate Dru Carter Laurie Dickenson David Gilbert Jacob Hindman Jordan Bertke Steve Chan Michael DiMaggio Kenny Gilmore Dianna Hinkle Debbie Bethay Matt Clary Stephanie DiPaolo Betty Gilmore Alex Hinkle Janet Bevis Annette Clary Leslie Doby Robin Girardi Annette Hiser Aaron Bevis Ellis Clary Diane Doherty Cheryl Glass Sue Hodge Kim Blair Tim Clingenpeel Jim Donovan Sandra Glass Blake Hodge Vince Blardony William Coconato Kim Donovan Joyce Godwin Patrick Hogan Daniel Bloom Michael Colitti Calvin Easter Kristen Godwin Marguerite Hogan Susan Blouin Ellen Colitti Sharon Easter Matthew Good Lauren Hogan Janee Blue Christy Colombo Dolly Esparagoza Lorna Graves Parker Hogan Michelle Borden Paul Comer Nicholas Estes Tony Gray Kim Honeycutt Max Bost Jeanette Comer Chris Estes Shirley Gray Teresa Hopkins Amy Bost Janet Conboy Shelia Estes Tracy Gross Linda Horton Patrick Bowes Dell Conner James Estes Darby Gross Brett Howie Melanie Bowser Theresa Conner Blake Estridge Ron Guice Brandon Hucks Richard Boyle Josh Conner Susan Evans Nancy Guice Arnold Huffstetler Tammy Boyle Marty Conte Barbara Everitt Mark Guion Kitty Huffstetler Morgan Boyle Jodie Conte Tanner Fadero Amy Guion Trevor Huffstetler Sandy Brenner Terrilynn Cook Chandler Fadero Garrett Guion Johnny Huggins Lauren Brisley April Coolidge Michael Fairfax Pam Gwaltney Carla Huggins Jerome Brooks Vea Cornwell Christina Fairfax Deron Hablutzel Adam Huggins Sherry Brooks Rich Cornwell TravisFairfax Jim Hagwood Helms Hugh Frank Brosso William Courter Regina Famey Lisa Hagwood Marie Humphrey Cathy Brosso Edith Courter Nadia Famey Debbie Halberg Debbie Hunter PTSO MEMBERS FOR 2009-2010 as of September 30, 2009 A huge thank you to the following staff, students and parents who have supported Butler High School by joining the Butler PTS0. If your name is not on this list, we do not have your record of membership. Please call Cyndy Parr if you have any questions Macie Imholt Doris Larkin David Meyer Chris Pierce David Rumble Mike Ingersoll Richard Laughlin Aquilla Miller Joe Pisano Laurie Rumble Cynthia Ingersoll Zachary Lea Carlos Miller Judy Pisano Matthew Rumble Joy Jackson Lolla Lea Deborah Miller Kaitlyn Pisano Greg Rushing Paul Jackson Tyra Lea Ed Moore Esperanza Plaza Leslie Rushing Carol Jackson Lynne LeBlanc Sharon Moore Risa Polk Rebecca Rushing Dale Jackson Larry Lee John Morgan Jeff Polofsky Lawrence Rushing Kristin Jackson Linda Lesley Jean Morgan Lori Polofsky Jeremy Russell Beverly Jackson Chris Lewis Sharon Mudd Grant Polofsky Jim Ryder Trevor Jackson Ethan Lewis Melanie Muehl Alex Polofsky Rick Sambrotto Thomas Jacky Christian Lewis Mallory Neal Robert Poore Jay Santero Michele Jean‐Jumeau Shawn Lichacz Adam Nicholas Dana Poore Kenny Sarfaty James Jenkins Mary Beth Lichacz Thomas Niels Alex Poore Cecilia Scanga Charlene Jenkins Andrew Lichacz David Niels Wendy Porter Joanna Schimizzi Melanie Jerman Tim Ligon David Niels Spouse Porter Jane Schley Ennis Johnson Karen Ligon Charlene Niels Joseph Porter Alan Schmitt Debra Johnson Amanda Ligon Chuck Norton Kim Preacher Joan Schumacher Leslie Johnson Stephen Lloyd Lisa Norton Janet Prevatte Don Secrist Marrianne Johnson Cynthia Lloyd Trey Norton Laura Prince Carol Secrist David Johnson Beth Loxton Karen Nunziata Klye Prince Mary Shanley Julie Johnson Rodney Lynn Clara Ogletree Susan Putnam Paul Shaver Sarah Johnson Beth Lynn Jon Ogorek Mike Quan Karen Shaver Sam Jolly Tyler Lynn Cynthia Orengo Peggy Quan Jane Simpson Galyah Jones Alex Mabes Taylor O'Steen Meghan Quigley Joanne Sivak Erika Jones Chuck MacLaughlin Karen Packy Sean Quigley Jacob Sivak Bob Jones Jackie MacLaughlin Stacy Park Hamid Rabiipour Carolyn Sloan Janet Jones Phillip MacLaughlin Jeff Parker Tina Rabiipour Craig Sloan Melanie June Miles Madden Teresa Parker Maggie Rabiipour William Smallwood Student June June Mancz Keith Parks Tom Radzicki Sondra Smallwood Dan Kell Maria Marshall Jane Parks Eric Randall Sandy Smith Dana Kell Nate Marshall David Parr Kelly Randall Maria Smith Deidre Kelly Karen Mayer Cyndy Parr William Randall Scott Sobolewski Daniel Kennedy Sean McDeson Anna Parr Gary Rawlings Sharon Sobolewski Denise Kennedy Molly McDeson Kevin Parsons Vannessa Rawlings Katie Sobolewski Katrina Kennedy Mary McDuffie Julie Parsons Mitchell Rawlings Stephen Sobolewski Nicole Kennedy Jimmy McGill Colin Parsons Dennis Ritchie Phil Spratt Jessica Kennedy Melissa McGill Anna Parsons Becca Ritchie Sandi Spratt Tonya Kerr Bernadette McMa‐ Karen Parsons Lou Ann Rives Zack Standley Mike King hon Courtney Paschal Michael Robelotto Juli Standley Gayle King Grant McNeely Debbie Payne Brandi Robelotto Jeff Stark Diane King Connie McNeely Chris Payne Marion Roberts Dolores Stark Marsha Kinniburgh Kent McNeely Norman Paytes Julia Robinson Kevin Stephens Steve Kinslow Roger McWhirter Leslie Paytes Andrew Robinson Stacy Stephens Betsy Kinslow Margaret McWhirter Deanna Peck Michael Roden Brandon Stephens Steve Kiser Frank Meeske Sal Pecorella Christopher Judith Stewart Julie Kiser Donna Meeske Janet Pecorella Rodriquez Candace Stiffel Lauren Kiser Bronwyn Megginson Anna Pecorella Maria Rogers Carly Stitz Cindy Klingberg David Megginson Kim Pellicone Toni Rohrbach Steve Stothart Pat krikorian Parker Megginson Lorraine Perricone Neva Romahn Margaret Stothart Lynn Kulikowski Ellen Mennitt Jan Phillips Mike Rose Callie Strachan Mickey Larkin Christina Metcalf Logan Phillips Susan Rose Linda Surratt PTSO MEMBERS FOR 2009-2010 as of September 30, 2009 A huge thank you to the following staff, students and parents who have supported Butler High School by joining the Butler PTS0. If your name is not on this list, we do not have your record of membership. Please call Cyndy Parr if you have any questions Rudy Sutis Mary Teal Verna Wade Dawn Whetstone Bill Winburn Pamela Sutis Justin Timblin Kalli Wade Kari Coconato Wig‐ Regina Winburn Jessica Sutis Mitzi Torkildson Buddy Wainwright gins Emily Winburn Elizabeth Swaringen Angelica Torres Suzanne Wainwright Eddie Wiggins Steve Woitovich Daniel Swaringen Diane Tracy Cheryl Wlaker Marianne Wiggins James Woody Kareena Sweat Mark Tregde Patricia Walsh Sean Wiggins Linda Woody Najah Sweat Donna Tregde Tracy Webber Mitch Wiles Terry Wright Kareena Tallent Jonathan Tregde Valerie Webber Crystal Wiles Robin Wright Naoko Tanaka Benita Turner Carol Weddle Robert Williams Damian Wright Fred Tannenbaum Lori Van Horn Amanda Welsh Monica Williams Jim Yorio Lana Tannenbaum Abby Van Horn Michael Welych Frank Williams Debbie Yorio Luke Tannenbaum Susan Van Sickle Thomas Werts Kristen Williams Tony Yorio Clint Tate Ashley Varnadoe Becky Werts Adam Williams Devan Young Camille Tate Jeannette Vasquez James Westley Chris Williams Aubrey Young Paul Taylor Taylor Vita Deborah Westley Nichole Williams Heather Yungbluth Jill Taylor Michael Von Cannon Oliver Westmoreland Sharon Williamson Debbie Zuber Stacey Taylor Donald Wade Doug Whetstone Cameron Wilson Driver’s Ed Information Driver Education is an important part of your student's 704-566-9900. They offer classes on Saturdays at their high school experience. In conjunction with Jordan Driv- office. ing School, Butler offers afterschool classroom instruc- Any questions can be sent to tion for all students who are 14 1/2 years of age or older. firstname.lastname@example.org Driver Education Registration is handled through on-line or directed to Mary Teal, Butler site coordinator registration only. When you have completed your entire Driver’s Ed course, • Students may register for class by going to your must get a Driver’s Eligibility Certificate from the www.butlerhigh.net and clicking on the Driver Ed link school. Those are available from Ms. Mualem in the Regis- on the left side of the page. trar’s office in Student Services. To get one, your MUST • Parents or students should send name, date of birth bring with you: and student ID # by using the “contact me” link on located on the Driver’s Ed home page. ORIGINAL Driver’s Ed Certificate • Students will be assigned to class based on their date ORIGINAL Birth Certificate of birth. ORIGINAL Social Security Card • Classes are held monthly and last from 2:30 PM CURRENT Report Card until 5 PM. • Parents will need to make arrangements to pick up There are two other conditions you must meet. You MUST their students promptly at 5 pm in the student already be 15 years old, and you may not have more than parking lot. one F on your report card. Students who are interested in Saturday classes may contact Jordan Driving School at 704-566-9900. Jordan Driving In the event that you have lost your driving privileges due School offers Saturday classes at their location off of Idlewild to bad grades, your privileges are restored in the same Road and Independence Blvd. Students may attend these manner, BUT only at the end of the semester with the SE- classes at no cost. MESTER report card. Behind the Wheel instruction is coordinated through Jordan Driving School. The instructor will contact the All Driver’s Eligibility Certificate issues are handled student by phone to set up a driving schedule. If after before or after school or during the student’s lunch school classes do not meet your student's need, you may hour. Passes from class will not be honored for this contact Jordan Driving School directly at purpose. PTSO INVEST IN YOUR STUDENT 2009-2010 LIST OF DONORS As of September 30, 2009 Thanks to the following list of people who have supported the Butler High School PTSO’s Invest In Your Student capital campaign for 2009-2010. Thanks to your generosity the Butler PTSO can continue to fund projects that directly benefit the students and staff of David W. Butler High School. THANK YOU!!! Anderson, Mark and Janet Esparagoza, Alan and Dolly Jacky, Tom and Anita Rumble, David and Laurie Bailer, Jim and Caroline Estes, Chris and Shelia Jean-Jumeau, Michele Sanchez, Izzy and Susan Balder, David and Barbara Estes, John and Jane Johnson, David and Julie Sansury, Darryl and Andrea Barrett, Michele Farry, John and Kelly Jolly, Debbie Santero, Jay Bartlett, David Fields, Susan Jones, Bob and Janet Schley, Brian and Jane Beasley,, Richard and Laurie Flemmings, Edwin and Barbara Kelly, Deidre Schmitt, Eric and Karen Berkey, Breck and Margaret Franks, Gary and Linda Kinniburgh, Robert and Marsha Secrist, Don and Carol Bevis, Janet Funderburke, Jewell Larkin, Mickey and Doris Smallwood, William Borden, Michelle Gaines, Ray and Paula Lea, Zachary and Lolla Stark, Jeff and Delores Bowes, Patrick and Nancy Gallup, Robert and Anna LeBlanc, Brian and Lynne Stevens, Charles and Andrea Boyle, Richard and Tammy Garrett, Lynn Lewis, Brian Strachan, Paul and Elizabeth Brant, Dawn Garruto, Raymond Lichacz, Shawn and Mary Beth Strickland, Jeff and Beth Brower, Robbie and Anne Gesner, Bob and Lisa Lynn, Rodney and Beth Sutis, Rudy and Pamela Brown, Parents of Adam Brown Gigante, Teresa Mabes, Timothy and Rita Tate, Clint and Jean Burkhart, Doug and Margaret Gilmore, Kenny and Betty McNeely, Grant and Connie Taylor, Paul and Stacy Burns, Ryan and Mickie Gross, Tracy and Darby Miller, Carlos and Deborah Turner, Benita Burton, Steve and Beth Guice, Ron and Nancy Muehl, Bruce and Mary Van Sickle, Susan Caldwell, Jackie Guion, Mark and Amy Neal, Fred and Sherrie Vita, William and Trendi Calkin, Rob and Michelle Halberg, Debbie Norton, Chuch and Lisa Wahl, Mark and Regina Canaan, Walter and Joetta Hall, Becky Nunziata, Karen Walker, Tom and Cheryl Carlton, Ann Harrelson, Annice Packey, Matthew and Karen Walsh, Patricia Chan, Steve Hatch, Rhonda Parker, Jeff and Teresa Weddle, Carol Clary, Matt and Annette Hayes, Dennis and Julie Parr, David and Cyndy Werts, Becky Colitti, Michael and Ellen Healy, Joseph and Regina Paytes, Norman and Hayley Westley, James and Debbie Conner, Dell and Teresa Hemphill, Paul and Pamela Pellicone, Nick and Kim Westmoreland, Jeff and Heidi Courter, William and Edith Hemple, David and Gloria Poore, Robert and Dana Whitley, Cody and Chelsea Crowe, Jerry and Jo Hickson, Laura Prince, Phillip and Laura Wiggins, Eddie and Marianne Cummins, Pam Hill, Karen Randall, Eric and Kelly Wiggins, Stacy Debiase, Chris and Jackie Hinkle, Dianna Rawlings, Gary and Vannessa Wiles, Mitch and Crystal Debo, William and Jennifer Hogan, Patrick and Marguerite Robaina, Rene and Fatima Williams, Nichole Delzell, Megan Huggins, Johnny and Carla Robinson, Craig and Julia Wilson, James and Belinda Denton, Andrew and Bonnie Hunter, Rob and Connie Rogers, Andrea Winburn, Bill and Rebina DeWolfe, Don and Cathy Jackson, Dale and Kristin Rohrbach, Toni Wright, Terry and Robin DiMaggio, Vince and Miriam Jackson, Joy Romahn, Neva Yorio, Jim and Debbie Donovan, Jim and Kim Jackson, Paul and Carol Rose, Mike and Susan Wherever you shop...you can help earn money for our school! Help earn money for our school. Print this page, take the barcode, along with your BONUS CARD, to the cashier the next time you shop at BI-LO to sign up. Re-link to Harris-Teeter’s “Together in Education” Program. Butler High School PTSO Butler’s number is #1243. You must re-link each year!
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