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......
BES Honors Assemblies
BMS 8th Boys and Girls, BMS 7th Boys BB, Wynne
Gymchicks at Dumas
BHS Boys and Girls, 9th Boys and Girls BB, at Highland
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Holiday
BHS A-B Boys, 9th Boys BB, Westside
The Blytheville Middle School seventh grade Junior Chickasaws (2-5) on Jan. 17 defeated Wynne 49-17 at the BHS Gym, and the seventh grade Junior Lady Chickasaws (2-4) won against the Junior Lady Yellowjackets 22-12.
The Blytheville Chickasaws (6-2, 11-4) on Jan. 15 exacted a measure of revenge on Valley View in 4A Conference 3 action, taking down the Blazers 60-53 at the BHS Gym.
The Blytheville High School ninth grade Junior Chickasaws (5-3, 5-8) on Jan. 15 were defeated in their 4A Conference 3 rematch at the BHS Gym by Valley View 57-38, and the “B” Chickasaws (7-0) continued their torrid play by edging the JV Blazers 31-30 in the first game.
BHS softball tryouts will be THIS Thursday starting at 3:30 and ending around 4:45. Everyone should be dressed to workout and prepared to go outside. No jeans or khaki pants. Bring your glove.