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Middle Georgia State adding sport management to degree programs.

Students wishing to be involved in the business side of sports can get a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management starting Fall 2019.   To read more, click here.

Update on BCMS sports.

Regular season play for BCMS basketball wrapped up February 7 with a home sweep of Dublin.  The MGMSAA region tournament will be February 13 through 16 hosted by J.R. Trippe Middle School in Vidalia.  The boys are top seed and open play February 14 at 4 pm against #8 Jeff Davis.  The girls are third seed and take on sixth seed Dodge County February 13 at 5:15 pm.  Saturday's championship games will be played at Vidalia High School.

 

BCMS baseball has a scrimmage game Feruary 11 at home against Toombs County 4 pm.  Head coach is former BCHS and Middle Georgia State baseball player Dusty Jones.

Menus students will (hopefully) love.

February 14 is Valentine's Day, a time to celebrate love.  The Bleckley School Nutrition staff hopes students will love what's prepared that day, as well as the rest of the month.  Click here to view breakfast and lunch menus.

BCHS Beta Club members qualify for nationals.

BCHS Beta Club members qualify for nationals.

Nine Bleckley County High School Beta Club students/events will be moving on to nationals after qualifying at the state conference held January 23-25 in Savannah. To read more, click here.

Local students make Middle Georgia State Fall 2018 President's, Dean's Lists.

Click here to view students from Cochran who made the Middle Georgia State University Fall 2018 Semester President's and Dean's Lists.

Bleckley Board of Education 2019 meeting dates.

The Bleckley Board of Education set their 2019 meeting dates at their monthly meeting held January 15.  Click here to download a list of dates.

Positions chosen and taken at Board of Education meeting.

At Tuesday's monthly meeting, the Bleckley Board of Education set things for the calendar year including chosing the positions of chair and vice chair.  They also passed a resolution in response to a recent state senate panel calling for a uniform school calendar.  To read more, click here.