<<October 2014>>
Parent Information about Enterovirus D68

Fact sheet for parents


The BCHS ONE ACT will be presenting "Bye Bye Birdie" to the public on October 16th at 7:30, Sunday, October 19th at 3:00, Monday, October 20 at 7:30, and Tuesday October 21 at 7:30.  The performance will be held at the BCHS Auditorium.  The cost of admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students.

Bleckley County Schools Honored at State Capitol for Farm to School Achievements


ATLANTA— Bleckley County Schools were recognized with the Golden Radish Award, a prestigious state-wide farm to school distinction which acknowledges the outstanding leadership of school representatives building comprehensive farm to school programs.


Biology class - starting our unit about cells - microscope lab - learning how to make slides and viewing a variety of specimens. read more >>
Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Earner

Rachel Leverette, a junior at BCHS has earned her Microsoft Office Specialist Industry Recognized Certification in PowerPoint 2013.  She is the first student this year to earn this certification.  Last year, she earned her basic WORD 2013 certification and she hopes to earn her WORD EXPERT 2013 later this year.


Congratulations to Kristen Rodgers on My Teacher is Tops award!

Click here to see the WMAZ presentation

Announcing the 2014 Teen Distracted Driving Prevention Youth Leadership Team!

Trevor Barker and Jade Allen have been selected to represent Bleckely County and the state of Georgia at the 2014 Teen Distracted Driving Prevention Youth Leadership Forum to be held in Washington DC in October.  For more click here.

Bleckley County Elementary School Named as a 2014 Georgia Reward School (Highest-Performing School)

On September 16, 2014, Bleckley County Elementary School received word that the school was named as a 2014 Highest-Performing Georgia Reward School by State School Superintendent, Dr. John Barge.  A Highest-Performing School is among the five percent of the state’s Title I schools with the highest absolute performance, over three years, for the “all students” group on the statewide assessments. A school may not be classified as a Highest-Performing School if it has been identified as a Priority, Focus, or Alert School. BCES was the only school in the Heart of Georgia RESA area to earn the highest performing distinction, and this is the third year in a row that BCES has received with this special reward.   

September Students of the Month

8th Grade
Mackensie Bond
Adasia McClinton
Conner Veal
Saraina Purnell
Destani Mitchell
Tamiah Warner
Kasey Meeks
CJ Rich

7th Grade
Thomas Conner
Anna-Catherine Brown
Marvin Fulford
J.C. Stewart
Haven Heath
Jayla Willis
Dana Wilson
Keith Anderson

6th Grade
Destinee Johnson
Ty Cranford
Chloe Newman
Megan Dykes
Demetreon Wells
Brody Little
David Smith
Parker Horne

  • Graduates Bleckley County Success Academy Since the Success Academy has opened in