Halloween Parade on Oct. 31:
Click to view the letter sent home with details and guidelines. Halloween Parade 2016

Reflections is a national PTA program to promote the exploration and involvement of students in art. The Reflections theme this year is “What’s your Story?”.  Students may enter in the following categories: Visual Arts (2D and 3D), Literature, Dance Choreography, Music Composition, Photography, and Film Production.  Reflections entries are due October 19th.  Entry forms can be found online at http://www.utahpta.org/reflections or a printed copy can be found at Butterfield Canyon by the main office.  Please fill out the entry forms completely.  Students may enter in as many categories as they want.  All art must be the students own work and made specifically for this competition.  All students will be rewarded for participation.  Our Reflections Awards night is October 27th. If you have questions please contact our Reflections chair, Alisa Didenhover, at adidenhover@gmail.com or 801-808-8730.
We are also looking for judges.  If you have any experience in Visual Arts (2D and 3D), Literature, Dance Choreography, Music Composition, Photography, and Film Production we would love your help.  Please contact Alisa Didenhover at adidenhover@gmail.com or 801-808-8730.

Register for Before School Enrichment Classes:

Students in 1st-6th grade are welcome to sign up for a free 7-week session in one of the following areas: Chess Club, Folk Dancing, Poetry/Creative Writing, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math),  Choir, Drama, Storytelling, and Math Club. BCE Staff will be providing these once a week classes for students in our community on a first come-first serve basis. You will be able to register by clicking this link. We will hold two 7-week sessions, the first starting in October and the other starting in January. These are all free classes offered to our community, made possible by our talented and altruistic teachers along with the support of our fantastic School Community Council (SCC).

Homework Help from Peer Tutors:
Homework Help – We are also pleased to inform you that Ms. Dall and Mrs. Herrscher will be advisors to our 6th grade students who have applied to be Peer Tutors. They will be available to provide help in any subject area to students in 3rd-6th grades before school in the library on Tuesdays from 8:15-8:45 and after school in the library from 3:45-4:15 on Wednesday during the month of October and November. If this goes well, we will repeat the tutoring in February and March. Depending on the number of students that sign up, we are hoping to be able to make this service available to students of any age (K-6), but we don’t yet know how many Peer Tutors we will have, nor how many students will be participating. This service will begin on the first week of October. If your student has any questions about their homework or if they would like some additional help, please just bring them in a little early on Tuesday mornings or pick them up a little later on Wednesday afternoons. Keep in mind that you will need to communicate well with your child regarding when they will be going to “Homework Help” – they should only go IF they have discussed this with you previously.

Support our School’s Mission:

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Learn Daily
Empower Leadership
Achieve Goals
Discover Potential

This is a place for students, staff, and parents to submit ways that either they have seen others doing something that helps to support our school’s mission or they themselves have done something. This information may be shared with our student body in morning announcements or in an assembly. CLICK HERE

Safety Video (5 min)
We are asking that all students and parents watch and abide by the following safety tips contained in this district created Safety Super Hero video.