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.
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State and federal guidelines require that all special education due process forms and records be destroyed within five years after a student leaves the school district’s special education or speech th......
Saundra Harms distributes Ole’ Frijole’s Dip to the third-graders in Courtney Flood’s classroom during their May 9 “Kids in the Kitchen” lesson at Blytheville Elementary School. Harms, nutrition educat......
BHS A-B, JH A-B, 7th VB at Brookland
BHS 9th Junior Chickasaws Jamboree
BHS A-B, JH A-B, 7th VB at Pocahontas
Board of Education Meeting
BHS A-B and JH A-B VB, Westside
BHS A-B and JH A-B VB, at Wynne
This evening from 4:15-5:30 a professional development opportunity on Strong Start will be held in the Curriculum Room at admin.
This PD is a great opportunity for you if....
1. You are struggling with management issues off the bat.
2. If you feel like the start of class is disorganized and messy.
3. If you just simply feel as though your pacing and timing is off.
4. You are spending a lot of time at the start of class addressing misbehavior that is stemming from a lack of a strong system and routine.
The objectives of the session are the following:
1) Analyze the techniques champion teachers use to start their lessons productively and positively.
2) Use planning and practice to improve our ability to get our lessons off to a Strong Start.
A Strong Start maximizes the time between the moment students walk through the door and when the main lesson begins, building engagement in meaningful work and positive, productive student habits.
Please RSVP by emailing Casey DeFord if you will be in attendance. Hope to see you there!
Due to power outages, we will not have school today, August 17. Stay safe and dry!
The Blytheville Chickasaws beat up on Mountain Home 50-7 on Aug. 16 at Haley Field in a jamboree benefit game for the Arkansas Activities Association.
Girls Reaching All Concepts of Excellence (GRACE) is now accepting applications for NEW and RETURNING mentors. GRACE is a mentoring and youth development program offered to girls from grades 9-12 at Blytheville High School. Our mission is to empower young ladies to become the best versions of themselves by equipping them with the knowledge and skills necessary for success. For those who are unfamiliar with the mentoring process, a mentorship is a time during which a mentor assists and guides a mentee towards the achievement of her goals.
Throughout the school year, our mentees and mentors will meet in small groups twice per week for 30 minutes during lunch, and large group meetings will be held for 45 minutes once per month on Connections days. Participants of the program will also engage in enrichment activities outside of regular meeting times.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, the deadline to apply is Friday, August 24th. You may access the online application at www.gracementorship.org/mentorship-application. Orientation will be held Tuesday, September 4th at 6 PM in the BHS Library.