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NO SCHOOL - Monday or Tuesday
There will be NO SCHOOL on Monday, January 20th - Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  Tuesday, January 21st is a Grade Transmittal Day and there is also NO SCHOOL. We will see you on Wednesday!

Introducing 4th-6th Grade BCE Acting Camp!
We are pleased to announce an extracurricular opportunity for our 4th-6th graders who are interested in drama and acting. Our BCE Acting Camp will replace our annual upper grade drama this year to allow a chance for more students to participate. It will be held on Wednesdays @ 8:00 a.m. from February 5th-April 29th.
To sign up, please complete this Google form by January 24th:
7th Grade Orientation
Reminder to our 6th grade students, who will be attending Fort Herriman Middle School, next year. (2020/21).  There will be an orientation meeting held in the auditorium at Fort Herriman Middle School for students and their parents on Thursday, January 23rd.  There will be two sessions, one at 4:30pm and one at 5:30pm.  You may attend whichever session best fits your schedule.
Community Nursing Services will also be at Fort Herriman Middle School from 4-6:30pm that night, providing 7th grade immunizations for those desiring them.
You will need your current immunization record and payment or insurance information if desiring to receive shots.
Kindergarten Registration 2020/2021

It is important that we have an accurate list of all the children qualifying for Kindergarten in 2020/2021.  If you have or know of a student that will be qualifying,  see the attached form.

Please, fill out and return.

2020-2021 Kindergarten Registration Letter

Information About Checking Students Out 
Jordan School District has changed the policy in regards to emergency contacts and checking students out.
The purpose of emergency contacts in Skyward is to provide a secondary method for contacting the parent/guardian when they are not readily or immediately available to the school.  In most cases those listed as an emergency contact are not the parent/guardian and do not have the authority to excuse a students school attendance.
Emergency contacts may not excuse a students attendance nor check them out of school.  However, an emergency contact may pick up and/or deliver a student when a parent/guardian excuses a students attendance and authorizes that person to do so.
The authorization should be done via phone or email that matches information in Skyward.
If you have any questions in regards to this policy please feel free to contact us at the school.

Volunteer Code Of Conduct Video

Because of changes in state law, Jordan School District has made some mandatory updates to the volunteer application process.  If you are interested in volunteering, you must complete the following steps:

1.  Watch the mandatory volunteer video. The link is below:

*If you have already been fingerprinted, it is still required for you to watch the video and return the signed form to our office.

2.  Sign the Code of Conduct Volunteer Acknowledgement Form and bring it to the school.

3.  Fill out a volunteer application form and have it signed by the principal.

4.  Take the form to the Jordan School District office (7387 S. Campus View Dr.) to have your fingerprints taken.

5.  The district will verify your information and run the background check.  The office will receive notification when the process is complete, and we will issue you a certified   volunteer badge.

Thank you for your support!

-BCE Administration


Golden Gate Kids Assembly

This year our students will be taking a pledge to be Golden Gate Kids! The Golden Gate Movement Program is a connection of clubs and initiatives that instruct students in the various attitudes, perspectives, soft skills, and pro-social behaviors needed to function effectively in school and their personal interactions. You can learn more about this program at


Introducing Our New Assistant Principal!

Hello, Butterfield Canyon Elementary Parents and Students!

It is with pleasure that I introduce myself as your new assistant principal.  I am looking forward to an incredible 2019-2020 school year at Butterfield Canyon Elementary!  One of my greatest loves is to inspire and encourage students to be the best they can be in and out of the classroom!

Let me tell you a little about myself.  I began working for Jordan School District in 2003, following eight years of teaching first grade in Murray School District. I taught third grade at both Majestic Elementary and Daybreak Elementary for the past 16 years.  I absolutely loved my time in the classroom, supporting my students and building trusting relationships that fostered learning. Educational leadership is one area that I am passionate about, and I am looking forward to working with all of the amazing student leaders here at Butterfield Canyon.

I graduated from Park City High School and completed my undergraduate degree in elementary education at Utah State University.  Go Aggies!  After spending many years in the classroom, I made the decision to continue my education, receiving my master’s degree in ESL from SUU and completing my certificate in educational administration and leadership through the University of Phoenix.

During my time away from school, I enjoy reading books that allow me to relax and let my mind wander. I also enjoy shopping, playing games, and spending time with my family.

I view a collaborative school environment as the key to creating successful teachers and students. I believe that partnerships with parents and the community are essential to enriching the experience at Butterfield Canyon Elementary.  I am eager to get to know each of you and to work to help build strong, capable learners!


Mrs. Staci Moore

Battle of the Books Lists Available!

For those of you who would like to get a head start, the reading lists for our 2019-20 Battle of the Books are now available:

2019-20 Battle of the Books Lists

Kindness is Cool - Chalk Art Activity

Here are some pictures of the AMAZING chalk art that the Herriman High School Art Club did for our students!  Kindness is Cool!...and so are the amazing art kids!  What talent! Thanks to the HHS Art Club!

Warm Welcome Day!

Our students were greeted with signs, positive messages, smiles and high fives as they arrived back to school from Spring Break on Monday. It was thanks, in part, to a group of Bingham and Herriman High students who are members of the Golden Gate Club. The Bingham and Herriman students along with club members from Paradigm, Orem and Farmington High Schools came to BCE as part of our “Warm Welcome Day.” Their warm welcome brought big smiles to the faces of students, teachers, staff and parents. Even local police and firefighters pitched in to welcome the elementary school students back. The high school students then took time visiting classrooms sharing a message of kindness and the ripple effect one kind act can have each and every day.

Thanks to everyone who participated in “Warm Welcome Day,” for rolling out such a warm welcome and sharing a great message of kindness, love and support.


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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