9/25 Butler Bears Football

Tonight in Butler Bears Football the Butler bears took on the Lincoln Cardinals. The butler bears  took the win tonight with a final score of:

Butler bears 61

Lincoln Cardinals 6

Join us next week for Butler Bears Football as the Butler Bears travel to Buffalo to take on the Buffalo Bison on Friday October 2.

Good Night And God Bless

Midway Viking High School Football Program Gets Inducted to the MO Sports Hall of Fame

The Midway High School Football Program as well as coach Larry Burchett will be inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, October 20 in Springfield. All former/current players and coaches in attendance will receive a plaque with their name engraved and also will be introduced by name on stage to get your due recognition. Individual tickets are $50 in advance, but groups that want to sit together – such as a state championship team – are encouraged to get organized and purchase a table of eight for $400. The Hall of Fame can make the table a 9- or 10-top as well. For tickets, call the Hall of Fame’s Kary Booher at 417-241-1551 or booher@mosportshalloffame.com.

Governor Parson Orders Capitol Dome and Governor’s Mansion Lighted Red in Honor of Fallen Firefighters and National Fire Prevention Week

(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – Governor Mike Parson has ordered the Missouri State Capitol dome and Missouri Governor’s Mansion to shine red beginning Sunday, September 27, 2020, until Saturday, October 3, 2020, in honor of fallen firefighters and National Fire Prevention Week.

 “As part of Missouri’s Light the Night for Fallen Firefighters commemoration, we proudly honor firefighters who gave their life in service to their community. The sacrifices they made, and that firefighters everywhere continue to make, will never be forgotten,” Governor Parson said. “As we see the challenges these brave men and women are facing across the country, we must also remember the importance of fire safety and understand that fire prevention is a job for all.”

The dome and Governor’s Mansion will light up at sunset on September 27 and remain lit until sunrise each day through the morning of October 3. The color red was chosen as it represents firefighters across the state and nation. 

Pictures of the lighting will be available on Governor Parson’s Flickr page. Citizens are encouraged to share pictures of the Capitol lighting on social media using #LightTheNight.

The lighting coordinates with the annual memorial weekend of the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. The National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend is the official national tribute to firefighters who died in the line of duty during the previous year. The tribute will be held virtually this year and be broadcast on Sunday, October 4.

The state will hold its own virtual memorial service for Missouri’s fallen firefighters on October 11.

“We will also honor Missouri’s fallen firefighters on Sunday, October 11 with a virtual ceremony from Missouri’s Fire Fighters Memorial in Kingdom City,” State Fire Marshal Tim Bean said. “Lighting the Capitol dome and Governor’s Mansion red is a fitting tribute to their sacrifices and reminds the public of the importance of fire safety in everything we do throughout the year.”

Butler: Substitute Teachers needed

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED:

The Butler R-V School District is seeking substitute teachers for all grade levels.  Even if you have limited availability and experience, we could still use you!   The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has approved an alternative route to obtain a substitute certificate that does not require having 60 hours of college credit:  State Board of Education Approves Alternative Route to Obtain Substitute Certificate.  For information on obtaining a substitute certificate, please refer to the link provided here: Substitute Teachers  The Butler R-V School District is located south of the Kansas City metropolitan area on I-49 Highway.  We are a progressive school district that transitioned to a 4-day school week last school year.  We offer a competitive pay rate at $90/day for substitute teachers. If you are interested, please fill out the non-certified application on the district website Employment Opportunities / Employment Opportunities and send it to Dr. Calee McElwain, Director of Curriculum, 420 S. Fulton St. Butler, MO 64730 or email it to : calee.mcelwain@butler.k12.mo.us .