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BCHS Literary finishes state runner up.

Bleckley County High School Literary finished second at state competition held Saturday at Veterans High School.  To read full results, click here.

Major personnel moves at Tuesday night's BOE meeting.

The resignation of  assistant superintendent and curriculum director Dr. Andrea Williams, "with regret due to retirement," was approved at Tuesday night's monthly Bleckley Board of Education meeting. As a result, a new director of curriculum as well as assistant superintendent were promoted from other administrative positions. Click here for more.

Donations of candy, plastic eggs, sought for Bleckley Elementary "dozen day."

Bleckley Elementary is seeking donations of plastic eggs and individually wrapped candy for their annual "dozen day" March 29, an event designed to ensure all school children get to enjoy Easter egg hunts. Items can be left in the main office of BCES. Please have all donations in by March 27.

Bleckley School District hosting forum on ESPLOST March 18.

The Bleckley County School District will hold a public forum on the ESPLOST and facilities projects March 18 at 6 pm in the BCHS auditorium. Architects from the firm designing the new primary school Altman + Barrett will be on hand to present an initial rendering and traffic flow.

MGA art faculty shows they're artists also.

MGA art faculty shows they're artists also.

A reception and gallery talk was held for the Middle Georgia State Faculty Art Exhibition Monday. It features pottery, painting, prints, and drawings done by university faculty members John Skelton, Shannon Riddle, Lee Simmons, and Charlie Agnew. The exhibit serves as a demonstration to students that the teachers are also artists. The exhibit will be on display inside Peacock Gallery, located on the first floor of Russell Hall at Middle Georgia State University. Hours are 8 am to 5:30 pm Monday through Thursday, 8 am to noon on Fridays.

BCHS wins 3-AA literary title.

BCHS wins 3-AA literary title.

Bleckley County High School won the 3-AA championship in Literary Saturday.  Seven events qualfied for state.  To read more, click here.

No reason to beware the menus of March.

While Julius Caesar was warned about the "Ides of March," this month's breakfast and lunch menus are nothing to beware. Click here to see what the Bleckley school nutrition staff will be preparing.