The Blytheville Lady Chickasaws lost to Valley View 11-25, 4-25, 6-25 in their volleyball opener at the Auxiliary Gym on Aug. 23, and the "B" Lady Chickasaws were defeated 2-25, 5-25.
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The Tenaris Summer Program is hosting a Book Fair today, July 18th- July 21st from 8-2 at the Blytheville Primary School Library. Come check it out! Thursday will be Bagels with Books.
Our district's newest New Tech teachers taking a break at #NTAC16 last week! Our BMS teachers are getting excited about bringing everything home to our students!
BHS New Tech staff Rosemary Owens, Jennifer Blankenship, and Karen Ashley learning how to empower their students! #NTAC16
BHS Biology students at the Memphis Zoo learning about genetics! #everydaylearning
Tagianna Fore is the AAAAA champion in the shot put, with a throw of 36 feet, 8 inches at the AAAAA Meet at Lake Hamilton High School in Hot Springs on May 3.
The Blytheville Chickasaws (0-14 AAAAA-East, 8-17 overall) dropped their regular season finales at Valley View 9-0 and then 12-0 in conference action on May 3.
The Blytheville Lady Chickasaws (0-14, 0-18) wound up winless on the regular season after falling at Valley View 15-0 and 15-0 in their AAAAA-East games on May 3.
The Blytheville Chickasaws (0-12, 8-15) swept a nonconference doubleheader over Hayti on April 28 at the Sportsplex, winning the first game 12-2 and the nightcap 7-3.
The Blytheville Chickasaws (0-12, 6-15) were beaten twice at Greene County Tech on April 26, losing 13-3 in six innings to the Eagles and 11-0 in five.
The Blytheville Lady Chickasaws (0-12, 0-16) remained winless on the 2016 season after suffering 15-0 and 17-0 AAAAA-East setbacks on April 26 at Greene County Tech.
The teachers of the year and their respective principals gather for a group photo during the April 25 Board of Education meeting. The individual teachers were recognized by the school board members.
The Blytheville Chickasaws (0-10 AAAAA-East, 6-13 overall) on April 25 silenced the Southland Rebels 12-2 in five innings at the Sportsplex.
BHS National French Honor Society 2016 graduates include (from left) Jocelyn Gill, Khrishon Hill, Jamie Hooks and (not pictured) Mercedes Bell.
The Blytheville High School chapter of the National French Honor Society's annual inductions and senior awards ceremony was April 21 in the BHS Auditorium. The newest members which were inducted.
The Blytheville Chickasaws (0-10, 5-13) played very well against South Pemiscot in nonconference action on April 21 at the Sportsplex, defeating the Bulldogs 6-2.
The Blytheville Chickasaws' (0-10, 4-13) nonconference game with South Pemiscot, scheduled for April 20 at TRCC in Poplar Bluff, Mo., will instead be played at the Sportsplex at 4 p.m.
Kensie Ray, a freshman with the Blytheville Lady Chickasaws, swings the bat for the Lady Chickasaws in their 11-0 and 10-0 AAAAA-East defeats to Forrest City on April 19 at the Sportsplex.