At Vandalia-Butler City Schools, we are widely recognized for our long-standing tradition in academic excellence and fiscal discipline. Students come first here, supported by exceptional teachers who are dedicated to helping our community’s children realize their full potential. From challenging classes to outstanding extracurriculars, we offer a well-rounded education to give students the knowledge, skills, and experiences they need to be successful in an ever-changing world.

We also attend to the expectations of our community stakeholders. Demonstrated excellence in financial management is the direct result of our prudence with and diligent investment of taxpayer dollars. Our decision making is also guided by a strategic plan that was created in partnership with representatives from our community.

Together, our teachers and support staff, administrators, parents, and community members share a genuine passion for fostering student achievement, as the numbers here attest.

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Request for Proposal for Transportation Services

Vandalia-Butler City Schools has released a Request for Proposal for Transportation Services. The district will be accepting proposals through Noon May 12, 2015 and expect to award the winning proposal by June 1, 2015. The Request for Proposal can be viewed by clicking here.

Kindergarten Registration for Fall 2015

Kindergarten registration in the Vandalia-Butler City Schools District is underway!  Parents are encouraged to register their kindergartners early in order to avoid the last minute rush in August.

Children must reach 5 years of age on or before August 1, 2015, to be eligible to enroll for kindergarten for the fall of 2015.

Registration packets are available:
•    At Demmitt and Helke elementary schools (office hours:  8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.)
•    At the Central Enrollment Office at the Board of Education, 306 South Dixie Drive, Door #4      (office hours:  8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)
•     Click here for our Kindergarten Enrollment Packet

All completed packets must be returned to the Central Enrollment Office, by appointment only. After you have completed the enrollment packet and have all the required documentation, please call 415-6410 to schedule your appointment.

This year, Passport to Safety will be held at the start of the school year on Thursday, August 20th, Friday, August 21st, and Monday, August 24th during regular school hours.

Community Input Meeting for Children With Disabilities

Community Input on Education for Children with Disabilities Sought

The Vandalia-Butler City School district receives funds through the Ohio Department of Education via the Consolidated Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP).  Monies received through IDEA-B are used to provide special education services for students with identified disabilities.  Title I funds are used to provide reading and early literacy interventions to qualified students while Title II funds are used for targeted professional development, which must align with goals outlined in the CCIP.

Public input regarding the use of these funds for the upcoming school year is welcome.  Public input can be given at a special meeting on April 28, 2015, from 6 – 7 p.m., in the conference room at the Board of Education office, 306 South Dixie Drive, Vandalia, Ohio, 45377.  Comments can also be sent to Pupil Services, 306 South Dixie Drive, Vandalia, Ohio 45377.  The phone number is 415-6400.

Demmitt Elementary named School of Promise

Demmitt Elementary has been named a 2014 Ohio School of Promise by Ohio Department of Education Superintendent Richard Ross for the second straight year.

2014-2015 program year policy for free and reduced-price meals

Vandalia-Butler City Schools today announced its 2014-2015 program year policy for free and reduced-price meals for students unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program

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