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There will be NO SCHOOL on Monday, February 18th in observance of President's Day.  Enjoy your long weekend!  We will see you back on Tuesday!



Our School Community Council is running a fundraiser.  Students brought packets home on Monday, February 11th with information about the Lead-a-Thon.  Money Envelopes and Home Activity sheets need to be returned to school by Wednesday, February 27th.

Our school's Lead-a-Thon donation page is:

This page can be accessed on both computers and smart phones:

  1. Computer: type the URL directly into the internet browser
  2. Smartphone: text the keyword goleadathon9 to 71777 .  You will then receive a link which will take you to the donation page.

From your school's donation page, sponsor's can click on the link that says, "Sponsor Me" to enter the information and submit the donation.

Sharing the donation page:

Links to share the page via email, Facebook and Twitter are in the top right of the donation page.  The information for students to create text donation requests is located in the top middle of the donation page.

*Please do NOT go door-to-door to solicit donations!  Only go to people you know.


School Climate Survey

We invite parents and guardians to take our School Climate Survey, which will be open until March 15, 2019.  Your input is always welcome and appreciated!  (Students will take the survey at school).  Students can receive an incentive if they return completion forms to the office after you have taken the survey.  Thank you in advance for your participation!

Click Here to Take the Survey

Click Here to Print Completion Form


No Snow Day Makeup Day for Students

There will be no makeup day for students for the snow day last week.

Last night, the Board of Education unanimously supported a plan to convert the instructional day to a professional development day for teachers. The decision will be ratified at the Board meeting on February 26th.

While there will be no makeup day, we want to make students and parents aware of Utah’s collection of free student online-resources provided through the Utah Education and Telehealth Network (UETN). These online resources can enhance student learning at home in a wide variety of subjects.


Successful Family Fun Night

Thank you to all those of you who came to support our Family Fun Night!  We had a wonderful night, filled with exciting STEM, arts and literacy activities, culminating with beautiful performances by our school orchestra and choir.  We appreciate the many hours that went into preparing for this night - a huge THANK YOU to our PTA, our teachers, our orchestra and choir directors and members, our student council, and our students and families!


We want to CONGRATULATE our amazing MS. AMANDA BOLLINGER, who was awarded the Jordan Education Foundation Rookie Principal of the Year Award on February 5, 2019! What an amazing honor! Thank you so much to all those of you who voted for Ms. Bollinger and wrote words of tribute for her. As you are all aware, there is no one who deserves this award more than she does. She works so very hard for our students, teachers and community, and while she does not enjoy being the focus of attention, she is an amazing light to all of us. Please be sure to tell her how much you appreciate her next time you see her!  (And hurry - before she sees this post and takes it down!)


Spreading Kindness...

As part of our Hello Kindness Campaign, our BCE Student Council presented a poster to our Herriman Unified Fire Department to thank them for their service to our community. Every student was given the chance to add their thumbprint to the poster!

4th Grade Waters Van Presentations

Our 4th grade students were able to participate in a Waters Van Visit by the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium. Students were able to develop an understanding of the function and role of a wetland in Utah through hands-on learning and by meeting animal ambassadors from Utah’s wetlands.

Ms. Thorn's Class State Capitol Visit

On January 30th, Ms. Thorn's class enjoyed a visit to the Utah State Capitol.

Introducing our New Administrative Assistant!

We would like to congratulate our previous Administrative Assistant, Connie Robinson, on her retirement! Our BCE community would like to welcome our new Administrative Assistant, Tricia Loveridge! Here is a little more about her...

Hello! My name is Tricia Loveridge. I have lived in Herriman with my family for the past 12 years. I love Herriman! It is such a beautiful place. I just recently became the new administrative assistant at Butterfield Canyon Elementary, which I am very excited about!!  I have worked at the school for 9 years doing different jobs. I love the people I work with and the students at our school! We have an amazing school and staff and I consider myself very lucky to be a part of it.

A little about about me. I grew up in Upstate New York in a small town called Whitesboro. I love New York and still consider myself a New Yorker. I also lived in Nevada for 13 years in a little town called Winnemucca.  I am married to an amazing husband and we have 5 beautiful children, 4 boys and 1 girl. I also have 1 daughter-in-law and 1 adorable grand baby!

When I’m not at work I love to travel, cook, spend time with my family, use my silhouette and browse Pinterest. I also love being a Bobcat!!! I look forward to helping each of you at our school.

-Tricia Loveridge

5th Grade Biz Town Field Trip

The JA City 5th grade program (JA BizTown) combines in-class learning with a day-long visit to this fully-interactive simulated learning facility. Through daily lessons, hands-on activities and active participation in running the city, students learn to connect the dots between what they are learning in school and what they will need to know in their life beyond graduation.  During their day at JA BizTown, students work as employees in various businesses facilitated by volunteer educators and business professionals.  They are paid for their labor and they manage personal and business checking accounts. Throughout the day students also learn first-hand about time and money management as they work, bank and shop as consumers.  The JA BizTown experience helps students develop competitive skills and confidence.

Boundary Changes  
The JSD School Board approved boundary changes for the 2019-20 school year. Please visit for more information, including updated permit procedures for the 2019-20 school year.


Random Acts of Kindness Day (9/26/18)

 Kindness is...contagious, amazing, a gift, beautiful, important, fashionable, love, never wasted, magical, easy, cool, free, a lifestyle, caring, powerful...kindness is EVERYTHING!

Please enjoy our "Say Hello" video!



New PTA Business Partnership with AmazonSmile

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon that lets customers enjoy the same wide selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features as on The difference is that when customers shop at AmazonSmile (, the AmazonSmile Foundation donates 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charitable organization selected by customers. To support BCE click on this link to sign up: and add "PTA Utah Congress Butterfield Canyon PTA" as your selected charitable organization. Thank you for your support!

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.

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