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.
Chairpersons of the individual schools at the Blytheville School District who are responsible for collecting the contributions to the United Way of Greater Blytheville are (seated, from left) Johnetta ......
Tiffany Snyder last month was sworn in as president of the Arkansas School Nutrition Association. Snyder, who has worked for the Blytheville School District for 13 years, was sworn in by outgoing presi......
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......
Gymchicks at Camden
Chickasaws (A-B) and Lady Chickasaws vs. Valley View (BB)
BHS All-Region Band Clinic
9th Junior Chickasaws and Junior Lady Chickasaws at Batesville (BB)
Chickasaws (A-B) and Lady Chickasaws at Paragould (BB)
BPS Fundraiser Kickoff Assembly
The Blytheville Lady Chickasaws (2-9, 4-14) were unable to upset Valley View in AAAAA-East action at the BHS Gym on Jan. 19, losing 45-35.
Employees with the Blytheville School District and others associated with the future Multi-Purpose Arena participated in groundbreaking ceremonies Jan. 18, with actual work to begin within two weeks.
The Blytheville High School ninth grade Junior Chickasaws (5-3, 9-5) controlled Wynne 39-33 on Jan. 18 at the BHS Gym, and the Blytheville Middle School 8th grade Junior Chickasaws (1-8) lost 25-21.
The Blytheville High School ninth grade Junior Lady Chickasaws (1-7, 2-10) on Jan. 18 fell to Wynne 31-24 at the BHS Gym.