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.
Representatives of “Helping Our Teens Elevate Their Potential”, who are in charge of BHS students touring historically black colleges and universities, are (from left) Shayla Adelowo, Michelle Sims, Al......
The following are Blytheville School District employees who were members of the United States Military, including the person’s branch of military, rank, years served and occupation today with the distr......
Chris McCormick (left) before engaging in an activity for the Arkansas Army National Guard.By DAVID COOKEBlytheville Schools PR Dir.
Chris McCormick has seen more than his share of hardships and tria......
9th Junior Chickasaws and Junior Lady Chickasaws, BMS 8th Junior Chickasaws at West Memphis East (BB)
BHS "Dancing with the Chickasaws"
BPS Christmas Parties
Chickasaws (A-B) and Lady Chickasaws vs. Paragould (BB)
End of Second Quarter/First Semester
The Blytheville Chickasaws (1-1, 4-4) suffered a hard-fought 73-72 loss to Osceola on Dec. 12 at the BHS Gym, and the ‘B’ Chickasaws (2-1) ran away from the JV Seminoles 63-56 in the first game.
The Blytheville High School ninth grade Junior Chickasaws (2-0, 6-2) took care of Osceola 49-27 on Dec. 12 at the BHS Gym.
The Blytheville High School ninth grade Junior Lady Chickasaws (0-2, 1-5) lost at Osceola 13-9 on Dec. 12, and the Blytheville Middle School eighth grade girls (2-3) were defeated 14-8.
The Blytheville High School ninth grade Junior Chickasaws (5-2) whipped up on West Memphis West 49-20 on Dec. 11 at the BHS Gym, and the Blytheville Middle School eighth graders (1-4) won 35-19.