The Spirit of Construction receives an example of the Spirit of Butler Tech Students.
On October 22, 2011 in the Ballroom on the third floor of the Cincinnati Convention Center the Greater Cincinnati Construction Industry held their annual black tie Gala. Over 200 construction and construction related companies sent representatives to this year’s event, totaling over 1500 attendees. The event included a silent auction and a dinner along with a recognition event.
The Gala is designed to allow Greater Cincinnati Construction Companies to raise money that will later be given away as grants for worthwhile community projects and programs associated with the industry through a committee entitled The Spirit of Construction.
Construction Management, a Butler Tech satellite program housed on the Northwest High School’s campus, applied for and received a generous grant for this school year. The program was also invited to attend the event and show off their spirit toward the construction industry.
Representing the program were Adam C. and Jessie W., seniors in the program, along with their instructor, Mr. Broxterman. The students were quizzed by many of the attendees and used a power point presentation and hand outs to show just how much spirit a Butler Tech student has when given a chance to succeed.
Miss Brandi's Preschool One class at Butler Tech held their Fall Literacy Day on Thursday, October 28th! Each student dressed as their favorite storybook character and brought in their corresponding children's book to share and read to their class!
All twelve preschool students participated! We had many different storybook characters: Lightining McQueen, Princess Tiana, Spongebob, Police Officer, Woody, Butterfly, Bullseye, Shark, Thomas the Train, Fancy Nancy, and a Fairy!
The children had a blast bringing their storybooks to life with their friends! The class then had a storybook character parade around the school where they received treats! All in all the day was a success, and the children got to take a unique look at storybooks and the characters in them!
D. Russel Lee Career Technology Center Principal Lisa Tuttle-Huff (pointing at the computer they repaired) was found today in our Information Technology program.
She’s taking advantage of the professional computer repair services that are available to the public in the student lab. Computer repairs and upgrades are just a phone call away.
Call (513) 868-6300 ex. 4545 for your appointment.
Where will principal Tuttle-Huff be found next?