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.
Donatrus Mbonu, a Computer Numeric Control machinist working at Nibco, is pictured with Blytheville Primary School teacher Detris Poole and students in her second grade classroom.
By DAVID COOKE
Blytheville Schools photo/David Cooke
Bobby Ephlin, task force officer for the FBI, on Oct. 25 spoke with BHS seniors and juniors about his experiences with people who are addicted to opiates immediat......
Blytheville Schools photo/David CookeMembers of Blytheville Middle School’s Robotics team, the Imaginators, are (front, from left) Blane Howard, Beau Raines, Omarion Harvey, Dalton Parrot, Dusty Luttru......
Chickasaws, 9th Junior Chickasaws at Osceola (BB)
9th Junior Chickasaws, BMS 7th-8th Junior Chickasaws vs. Annie Camp (BB)
Chickasaws, Junior Chickasaws vs. Rivercrest (BB)
9th Junior Lady Chickasaws, BMS 7th-8th Junior Lady Chickasaws vs. West Memphis Wonder (BB)
Chickasaws in Barry Pruitt Hurricane Classic (BB)
The Blytheville High School ninth grade Junior Chickasaws began their basketball campaign Nov. 13 with a 53-34 victory at West Memphis West.
The Blytheville High School ninth grade Junior Lady Chickasaws (0-2) lost at West Memphis West 42-15 on Nov. 13, and the Blytheville Middle School eighth grade girls (2-0) were victorious 23-10.
The Blytheville Middle School eighth grade Junior Chickasaws (0-2) suffered a 52-31 setback on Nov. 11 to Greene County Tech at Paragould.
The Blytheville Middle School seventh grade Junior Chickasaws (0-3) were beaten Nov. 11 by Greene County Tech 52-24 in Paragould.