Blytheville Public Schools recognizes that all learners are individuals and must have a purpose for learning. We foster a caring and creative environment that emphasizes the social, emotional, physical and intellectual development of each learner. Our vision is that all learners will show ownership, have accountability, and demonstrate the ability to communicate, collaborate, and compete in the 21st century.
BMS principal Mike Wallace proudly holds the ESGR PATRIOT Award that was presented to him May 4 by Lt. Col Gil Fowler of Jonesboro. Also pictured is Wallace’s wife Dee Wallace and Chris McCormick (righ......
Johnny Appleby is forgewelding the handle of a soldering iron for tinsmithing work at "This is the Place" Heritage Park in Salt Lake City, Utah, in April 2016. Appleby, an art teacher at Blytheville Pr......
The persons involved with the decision to add new playground equipment to the recess area at Blytheville Primary School are (from left) project coordinator Paula Pitts, PTO president Sherrie Clay and p......
BMS Evening Awards program
BMS 8th Grade Graduation
BPS 4th Quarter Awards Assemblies, 1st/2nd Grades
Memorial Day holiday
BPS 4th Quarter Awards Assembly, Kindergarten
BES 4th-Quarter Honors assemblies (3rd and 4th grades)
Early registration is still happening at BES! Today and tomorrow, 8:30 am - 2:30 pm. Come up and we'll get you all set for next year!
Ready2Teach is designed for college-bound students who have completed their junior or senior year by June 2018. This program especially seeks future teachers interested in teaching in critical shortage subjects such as Art, Computer Science, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies, Spanish, and Special Education. Rising juniors with exceptional academic standing will be considered as well. Students from diverse backgrounds as well as males are particularly encouraged to apply. During the summer institute, students collaborate with teacher education majors, public school teachers and university faculty as they develop teaching skills and build an appreciation for the field of education. Additionally, information about scholarships, grants and student loan forgiveness will be disseminated.
The deadline to register is May 25, 2018
The hospital has once again volunteered to provide any students who are considering playing in a school sport a physical, which is required to participate in any sport. This clinic will be held on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at BHS. ALL STUDENTS who plan on participating in any athletic program 7th-12th grade will need to pick up a form from their coach or office. These forms must be filled out completely and returned no later than May 16, 2018 to their coach or to the office. A student cannot receive a physical without this form signed under any circumstance. Permission by phone will not be allowed! A new physical is required every year, so we highly recommend getting this free physical provided by our very own hospital! Thank you to GRMC!
The Blytheville Lady Chickasaws (7-24) saw their campaign come to an end April 28 when they were defeated 15-0 by Greene County Tech in the first round of the AAAAA-East Tournament at Nettleton.