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[[Baker-Butler Elementary School]] opened in 2002 and currently educates 471 pupils. <ref name="fact-sheet" /> The school is part of the northern feeder pattern. Students continue on to [[Sutherland Middle School]] and then [[Albemarle High School]].  
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[[Baker-Butler Elementary School]] is an [[Albemarle County]] [[Albemarle County Public Schools|public elementary school]]. As of 2012 the school enrolled 513 students in pre-K through fifth grade. The school is part of the northern feeder pattern. Students continue on to [[Sutherland Middle School]] and then [[Albemarle High School]].  
  
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
  
The school is named after [[James R. Butler]]<ref name="fact-sheet">{{cite web|title=Baker-Butler Elementary School fact sheet|url=http://schoolcenter.k12albemarle.org/education/page/download.php?fileinfo=QmFrZXItQnV0bGVyX0ZhY3RfU2hlZXRfRmViMjAxMS5wZGY6Ojovd3d3L3NjaG9vbHMvc2MvcmVtb3RlL2ltYWdlcy9kb2NtZ3IvMTIyMDlfZmlsZV80MzE5NV9tb2RfMTMxMTI3MjU5Ni5wZGY=|author=|work=|publisher=County of Albemarle|location=|publishdate=|accessdate=July 25, 2011}}</ref> and [[John E. Baker]]. Butler was the first African-American to serve on the [[Albemarle County School Board]] and Baker was its first African-American to chair. [[Albemarle County School Board]]. <ref name="resolution">{{cite web|title=HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 108, 2006 Session|url=http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?061+ful+HJ108ER+pdf|author=|work=|publisher=Virginia House of Delegates|location=|publishdate=|accessdate=July 25, 2011}}</ref>
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Agnor-Hurt Elementary opened in 2002 and is named for [[James R. Butler]]<ref name="fact-sheet">{{cite web|title=Baker-Butler Elementary School fact sheet|url=http://schoolcenter.k12albemarle.org/education/page/download.php?fileinfo=QmFrZXItQnV0bGVyX0ZhY3RfU2hlZXRfRmViMjAxMS5wZGY6Ojovd3d3L3NjaG9vbHMvc2MvcmVtb3RlL2ltYWdlcy9kb2NtZ3IvMTIyMDlfZmlsZV80MzE5NV9tb2RfMTMxMTI3MjU5Ni5wZGY=|author=|work=|publisher=County of Albemarle|location=|publishdate=|accessdate=July 25, 2011}}</ref>, the first African-American to serve on the County Board of Supervisors and [[John E. Baker]], the first African-American chair of the [[Albemarle County School Board]]. <ref name="resolution">{{cite web|title=HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 108, 2006 Session|url=http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?061+ful+HJ108ER+pdf|author=|work=|publisher=Virginia House of Delegates|location=|publishdate=|accessdate=July 25, 2011}}</ref>
  
 
==Principals==
 
==Principals==
*Keith Hammon, 2002 - 2007
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The current principal is David Cushman.
*David Cushman, 2007 - present<ref name="fact-sheet" />
 
  
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==Location==
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Baker-Butler Elementary is located at 2740 Proffit Road. {{Map|lat=38.123805|lng=-78.420564|zoom=14}}
  
  

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Baker-Butler Elementary School is an Albemarle County public elementary school. As of 2012 the school enrolled 513 students in pre-K through fifth grade. The school is part of the northern feeder pattern. Students continue on to Sutherland Middle School and then Albemarle High School.


History

Agnor-Hurt Elementary opened in 2002 and is named for James R. Butler[1], the first African-American to serve on the County Board of Supervisors and John E. Baker, the first African-American chair of the Albemarle County School Board. [2]

Principals

The current principal is David Cushman.

Term Principal
2007 - present David Cushman
2002 - 2007 Keith Hammond

Location

Baker-Butler Elementary is located at 2740 Proffit Road.


References

  1. Web. Baker-Butler Elementary School fact sheet, County of Albemarle, retrieved July 25, 2011.
  2. Web. HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 108, 2006 Session, Virginia House of Delegates, retrieved July 25, 2011.

External Links

Official site