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.
Ebony Wells, third grade teacher at Blytheville Elementary School, guides her students as they try to calculate net force during their study of “Forces and Interactions” in late February. The students ......
By DIANE HAY
Special to The Courier News
Students and volunteers from the Blytheville School District again stood out at the March 3 Northeast Regional competition of Odyssey of the Mind in Pocah......
Mark Morrison, director of District and School Development from the New Tech Network, recently met with district and school leaders from Blytheville High School New Tech as part of a visit to multiple ......
BPS Awards Assembly, Kindergarten
BMS Awards assemblies
Chickasaws at West Memphis (BB)
Lady Chickasaws at West Memphis (SB)
BPS Awards Assemblies, 1st/2nd Grades
The Blytheville Lady Chickasaws (0-6, 2-10) on March 17 lost to Metro-East 5-3 in the Brookland Invitational. They beat Armorel 6-3 earlier in the day, and on March 16 they lost 7-6 to Highland.
Mississippi County students met at BHS yesterday for their monthly leadership meeting. Superintendent Atwill welcomed the students and gave them some excellent leadership advice as well! “The most important part of being a good leader is RELATIONSHIPS. The secret is being a good person. Seek wisdom from others. You have to be accountable as responsible for the decisions you make. People follow you because they want to! So be trustworthy, honest, loyal, a good listener.”
The Blytheville Chickasaws (0-5) on March 15 were defeated in one AAAAA-East game at Jonesboro 12-2.
The Blytheville Lady Chickasaws (0-4, 1-6) were defeated March 13 in two AAAAA-East games at Paragould 16-1 and 17-1.