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.
Mississippi County District Court judge Shannon Langston has a little fun with a few students, talking with them in an imaginary court scenario which includes (from left) “prosecuting attorney” Micah D......
Beth McGrain helps Keunitae Dye (left) and Eddie Garner during the reciprocal reading portion of Historical Writing. According to McGrain, reciprocal reading emphasizes teamwork and supports independen......
From the Blytheville School District's Dept. of Safety and Security, and approved by superintendent Bobby Ashley.
1. 1 p.m.: Individuals interested in tailgating can begin marking (chalk, small stake......
BHS Girls, 9th Girls, 7th Girls BB, Westside
BHS FBLA Spring Conference
Blytheville Gymchick Invitational
BHS Girls, 9th Girls, 7th Girls BB, Pocahontas
Board of Education Meeting
BHS A-B Boys, 9th Boys BB, Pocahontas
On this holiday, take the time to read the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and reflect on his incredible life so well lived! It seems fitting that he himself said, “The quality, not the longevity, of one’s life is what is important.”
The Blytheville Chickasaws (8-2, 13-4) on Jan. 18 were victorious at Highland 55-38 in 4A Conference 3 action.
The Blytheville High School ninth grade Junior Chickasaws (5-4, 5-9) on Jan. 18 lost at Highland 38-33 in 4A Conference 3 play, and the Junior Lady Chickasaws (0-9, 1-13) were defeated by the Junior Lady Rebels 39-9.
The Blytheville School District will be closed Jan. 21 in honor of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Regular class schedules will resume Tuesday morning, Jan. 22.