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Making science and math fun.

Making science and math fun.

Science and math are tough subjects for many students.  But at Bleckley Elementary's Science and Math nigth, students got to see the fun side of both.  Teachers, students from BCHS physics and honors calculus classes, as well as professors and students from Middle Georgia State University had a variety of games, experirments, and activities to demonstrate the different uses of math and science.

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November breakfast and lunch menus for all Bleckley schools.

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Bleckley School District recognized for Farm to School accomplishments.

Bleckley School District recognized for Farm to School accomplishments.

The Bleckley County School District won the Golden Radish Award for their participation in the Farm to School program.  To read more, click here.

Math and Science night at Bleckley Elementary November 2.

Bleckley County Elementary School will host Math and Science Night November 2 from 5:30-7 pm.  A partnership between Bleckley Elementary staff, BCHS, and Middle Georgia State University, the event will feature a variety of activities including Tower Building, Lego Challenge, Multiplication Twister, Place Value Yatze, and more.

Bleckley FFA Forestry team wins national title.

Bleckley FFA Forestry team wins national title.

The Bleckley FFA Forestry Team won the National Forestry Career Development Event Friday at the 90th FFA National Convention held in Indianapolis, Indiana. Team members are Blake Bohannon, Tucker Felkins, LeAnn Hearn, and Jacob Smith. Doyle Floyd is advisor. Bleckley had the top three overall individual places, Bohannon first, Felkins second, Smith third. Hearn finished seventh. Bohannon was first in practicum, Felkins first in test. 

"No one is immune."

"No one is immune."

Willie Raines bought his “Combat Bullying Tour” to the Bleckley County Middle School gym Tuesday night. Raines stressed things like parental involvement in the lives of their children and daily positive reinforcement of them. He spoke of the importance of recognizing the signs of depression such as withdrawal and lack of appetite. To demonstrate his point that no one was immune from the effects of depression, Raines shared a story of how he had to eulogize the son of his best friend who committed suicide and how by asking questions and seeing certain words on his oldest daughter’s social media, he was able to get her to admit she was battling depression. Raines closed by taking questions from the audience.

Middle Georgia State President discussing World War I book at student hosted event.

Middle Georgia State University President Dr. Christopher Blake will discuss his new book "And Half the Seed of Europe: A Genealogy of the Great War 1914-1918," October 25 at 6 pm inside Russell Hall Auditorium in Cochran. The event is sponsored by Middle Georgia State's Student History Organization.