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pawprintWeek of February 19, 2018

Monday: Presidents’ Day – No School
Tuesday: 5:00-9:00 Butler Night at Café Zupa’s
Wednesday: 3rd Grade Field Trip to the Capitol
Friday: 🎈Happy Birthday to PTA President Ily Murdock!🎈

Upcoming Events
2/26 Bobcat Spotlight
2/27-3/1 Book Fair
2/28-3-1 Parent Teacher Conference
3/2 Teacher Comp Day – No School

CAFÉ ZUPA’s NIGHT FOR BUTLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Save the date! Tuesday, February 20th from 5-9 PM.

Butler Elementary Night at the Utah Grizzlies
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Friendly Request From a Fellow Butler Parent

Please be patient and courteous driving in the drop off/pick up lane and especially the school exit. We all know it's a hectic mess trying to get out of the exit in the afternoon with all the traffic on 2700 East and the busy crosswalk. Most of the time people are careful and polite, but sometimes it gets a little crazy out there.

Help us model #kindnessmatters for the children! In Light of Recent Tragedy I encourage you to take a moment and watch this video from one of my personal heroes, Fred Rogers. It might serve as a guide to help you to help your children understand and cope with tragedies such as the recent school shooting in Florida.

CSD Maturation Presentations GROWING UP
: It’s nearly time to have “the talk.” CSD’s informational maturation program for fifth-grade students and their parents starts a bit later this year. Presentations conducted by professional speakers have been scheduled through the months of March and April. All parents are encouraged to attend these free events with their children, and to choose which dates best fit their schedules, so they can continue the discussion in their homes. Flyers will be delivered to schools in time for teachers to share them with families during the February Parent-Teacher Conferences. The aim of the program, which supplants the fifth-grade maturation days that were previously held at each individual school, is to provide consistent, sensitive and approved health instruction districtwide. Below is this year’s schedule. All programs start at 7 p.m.
*Midvale Middle School Tuesday, March 6 — Boys Program  Thursday, March 8 — Girls Program
*Union Middle School Tuesday, March 13 — Girls Program Wednesday, March 14 — Boys Program
Indian Hills Middle (currently located at Crescent View) Tuesday, March 27 — Boys Program Thursday, March 29 — Girls Program
Butler Middle School Wednesday, April 11 — Girls Program Thursday, April 12 — Boys Program

*Interpreters for Spanish-speakers will be available at the presentations at Midvale and Union Middle