Brian T. Butler has been an educator for twelve years, serving as assistant principal at Linglestown Middle School in the Central Dauphin School District in Harrisburg since July 2015
The Bensalem Township Board of School Directors at their October 10 meeting approved the appointment of Brian T. Butler to the position of 9th grade assistant principal at Bensalem High School. He will join the team on October 30.
Butler has been an educator for twelve years, serving as assistant principal at Linglestown Middle School in the Central Dauphin School District in Harrisburg since July 2015. Previously at Swatara Middle School, he taught social studies, was the basketball coach, and supervised a variety clubs including the Leo Club and National Junior Honor Society.
Butler earned his bachelor of science in education with certification in history/citizenship education at Kutztown University and a master of science education and ed development and strategies at Wilkes University. He earned his principal/administrative certificate K-12 from Cabrini College in 2013.
“As an administrator, I look forward to building relationships with staff, students, and the community. I intend to support the district’s mission of ensuring a first class education for the whole child that challenges and supports each student to discover a passion for learning while designing and achieving a personal vision of success,” said Butler.