Miss Sarah and Miss Lori, taught our students to make a healthy salad snack of cucumber, jicama, chili limon powder, and lime juice.
Our 2nd and 7th graders working together. The 7th graders helped the 2nd graders write descriptive sentences after observing worms in soil.
Love that all of our students receive up to two hours of structured PE per week, and part of the regular education teacher time is spent on intervention.
Great day for our 26 BW Student Council members. They went out to the Condor Ropes Challenge today.
Our new tile project in the cafeteria. Integrating art and healthy eating habits. Part of our Smarter Lunchroom grant.
Students at BW learned about the history of peanuts, crop rotations, and roasted peanuts from the school garden.
The BW Student Council was one of a few entries from the school in The BW Fall Farm Festival Parade. The SC won second for a group.
A great start to the Buttonwillow Fall Farm Festival today. Mr. Sullivan organized the run down First St. from the school to the park.
Football and volleyball vs. Maple today. A good problem is 85 students in sports & 60 in band. There are only 173 students in grades 5-8.
Great to see our students enjoying fresh fruits and vegetables at morning recess. The pears were a hit today.
Students in Mr. Arreola's Guitar Club like to sit under the trees at lunch recess and practice guitar together.
This morning was the first day of our Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Grant. Our students will receive a fresh fruit or vegetable at each morning recess every Tuesday through Thursday.
This morning it was great to see our students using Google Classroom and their netbooks to write about AVID and researching universities.
Welcome to Back to School Night. We want everybody to enjoy this great opportunity to meet the teaching staff at Buttonwillow School.