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.
Saundra Harms distributes Ole’ Frijole’s Dip to the third-graders in Courtney Flood’s classroom during their May 9 “Kids in the Kitchen” lesson at Blytheville Elementary School. Harms, nutrition educat......
Members of the Blytheville Elementary School team that earned fifth place in the 2018 World Finals at Iowa State University in May are (seated, from left) Ryley Walker, Elliana Davis, (second row, from......
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......
Board of Education meeting
Board of Education July meeting
We’re going to miss having Mr. Ashley with us every day, but are excited as he steps into his new role as our district leader!
Visiting A-State this morning! We’re getting excited about our gym construction! #gochicks
Because Memorial Day is kicking off our last week of school and official start of summer, let's talk Summer Slide! It is important to ensure your child does not lose all of the valuable knowledge he/she has acquired during the school year. According to recent data, over the summer students lose approximately 2.6 months of math skills. This loss is often called “The Summer Slide” and there are many ways to prevent it! In addition to reading with your child every day throughout the summer, look for opportunities to incorporate learning into everyday activities. Math and reading skills are important parts of cooking. Also, physical activities such as sports give students the opportunity to build teamwork skills. Be sure to check with our local library for fun and engaging learning activities throughout the entire summer.
“Dont wait for someone else to motivate you. You’re the omly person you’re going to see every day of your life.” Jeff Echols motivating our 8th grade graduates this morning!