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Homecoming T-Shirt Orders 2017 Homecoming T-Shirt

Its time to order your 2017 BHS Homecoming T-Shirt. Shirts are $15 each and are available in sizes Youth X-Small up to Adult XXL. All orders must be placed by this Friday, August 18th. Shirts will be gray soft style with blue, gold, and white ink. For an order form, stop by the BHS office.

First Day of School Footage

Footage from Booneville School District's 1st Day of School! It's always GREAT to be a Blue Devil!!

Special thanks to Kevin Nichols for the drone footage!

Click here to see the video

2017 Booneville Baseball Camp BDBB Camp

The Booneville Baseball All SKills Camp will be held Tuesday, May 23 - Thursday May 25. Camp is open to boys grades K-8 and the cost is $50. Check in will be at 8:00 am at the BHS Baseball Field. Camp ends at 12:00 pm daily. Bring your bat, glove, helmet, and dress to get dirty. For more information, contact Coach Kevin Williams at BHS (662) 728-5445. Forms are available in the school offices.

2017 Lady Devil Fast-Pitch Softball Camp fpsb

The Lady Devil Fast-Pitch Softball All SKills Camp is open to girls grades K-6 with an interest in softball. The cost of the camp is $40, with $20 deposit due by Friday, May 19th. The balance is due by the start of camp. If you have any questions, contact Coach Jessica Taylor at jtaylor@boonevilleschools.org Forms are available in the school offices.

2017 Spring Football Jamboree spring fb

The Booneville Blue Devils will participate in a Spring Football Jamboree on Tuesday evening, May 16th at East Union. Our players need to be at the Field House by 5:00 PM. The schedule for the evening is:

5:30-5:50 East Union VS East Webster JV

6:00-6:40 East Union VS East Webster V

6:50-7:30 East Webster VS Booneville V - JV to follow

7:40-8:20 East Union VS Booneville V - JV to follow

Bringing Success Indoors Winter Guard

The Booneville Band Indoor Percussion and Winter Guard groups have enjoyed a very fun and successful season. This past Saturday, the three top groups went to the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson to compete in the Mississippi Indoor Association State Championships. The BMS 7th/8th Grade Winter Guard placed 3rd and were the Bronze Medal Winners in the Cadet Class. The BHS Winter Guard competed in the Scholastic AA division and placed first as the State Champion Gold Medal WInners. They also received an award for qualifying to move up to a more difficult competitive division during this season. The BHS Indoor Percussion group placed seventh in their division. More than 1700 students from the 84 MIA member schools participated in competitions through the season. 

BHS Spring BLood Drive Mississippi BLood Services

Booneville High School will sponsor its annual Spring Blood Drive on Thursday, March 30th from 8 AM - 3:30 PM. Mississippi Blood Services will set up to take donations from students and the community alike. Students must be 16 years old and weigh at least 110 pounds. Seniors giving twice their 12th grade year will get a red cord to wear at graduation. All donors will receive a free T-Shirt. Please bring photo ID. Everyone who can is encouraged to donate. 

BHS Lady Blue Devils are in the State 3A Semi-Finals Jackson

The Lady Blue Devils defeated Forest in the Quarterfinals and will now play Amanda Elzy in the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson on Wednesday, March 8th at 10:30 AM in the Semi-finals of the State 3A Basketball Tournament. Admission will be $12 per person. Support your Blue Devils. The game will be broadcast on WBIP FM 99.7 & AM 1400.

Release Request to Attend BSD Release

If your son or daughter will be attending Booneville Schools next year, the deadline to apply for a release is March 1st. Those releases must be requested at the Prentiss County School District office.

BHS Who's Who 2016-2017 Who's Who
Fraud Alert Fraud Alert

Fraudulent phone calls concerning BHS football jerseys

Jr High Prentiss County Tournament basketball tournament

Brackets for Prentiss County Tournament

2016-2017 School Calendar 2016-2017 School Calendar

2016-2017 School Calendar

BHS Basketball Shirt Orders basketball

The Booneville High School basketball teams are taking orders for t-shirts, sweatshirts, long sleeve t-shirts and hoodies.  Orders are due by Thursday (December 15th) morning at 8:00.  All orders will be ready for pickup at the home basketball game against Tupelo on Tuesday night, December 20th.  These will make great gifts just in time for Christmas.  

Anderson Elementary Science Fair AES Science Fair

Mark your Calendars! The AES Science Fair for grades K - 4 will be Friday, February 3, 2017. Project sign up will begin when we return to school in January. It's time to get excited about science!

BHS Fall Food Drive Food12

The BHS Food Drive for October was an incredible success. 2127 canned foods were donated with the Senior class winning the competition with the highest number of cans donated per student. This food will be distributed to various food pantries within the Booneville area.

BMS/BHS Book Drive Book Drive

John Charles Cobb, a freshman at BHS, has decided to coordinate a book drive as his Eagle Scout Project. He has set up collection bins in each English classroom through the middle school and high school. This project will help put more books in our school libraries and in our community to hopefully build within our youth an excitement for reading. John Charles is asking for your help by bringing gently used or new books to be donated. The book drive lasts through October 7th.

Homecoming 2016


Homecoming Week Festivities

September 26-30, 2016 will be homecoming week at Booneville High School.  The high school students will have a different theme for each day.  

Thursday, September 29th at 5:30 will be the Homecoming Parade in downtown Booneville.  The Homecoming Pep Rally will follow at 6:30 in the new gym. 

The Homecoming Court presentation will be Friday, September 30th at 6:30 before the football game. 

Hydroponics and Aquaponics at BHS

The AgriScience class and the APBiology class at BHS are partnering in an experimental trial to grow food sources in a more environmentally friendly manner without the use of chemicals or even soil. Hydroponics (growing plants in water) and Aquaponics (growing plants and fish together) are not new topics, but not many high school students have the opportunity to observe and participate in these farming practices right in their classrooms. Mr. Jared Beasley has created a 4 feet by 8 feet float pond using dense foam board to hydroponically grow various leafy greens in his greenhouse. Mr. DeVaughn has a 100 gallon aquarium and is raising 20 blue talapia with duckweed, water hyacinth, and water lettuce growing on the surface and Romaine lettuce growing on a foamboard float. Both classes are focusing on the nutrients provided and how they cycle through the water, plants, and fish to create an ideal growing environment. Right now, we are not sure how well this will work out, but hopefully students will see that agriculture can be carried out in unconventional manners yet yield successful, environmentally friendly products. 

Booneville Pilot Club's 64th Annual Pancake Breakfast pancake

The Booneville Pilot Club will host their 64th Annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, November 5th from 6 AM until 11 AM in the BHS Commons. Tickets are $6 each and can be purchased from any BHS Anchor Club member. 

BSD Rankings Remain Near the Top niche

Niche.com rated our district in the top 10% in the state.  We were 12th out of 143 districts rated.  The comprehensive ratings scored things like proficiency, diversity, extra-curricular opportunities, teacher quality, college readiness of our students, health and safety and other items.  All three schools were rated in the top 10-12% in their respective classifications.  The middle school was rated the 7th best middle school in the state.  The community can be proud of the job our teachers and administrators are doing in preparing our students for the 21st century.

"The Promise" was fulfilled with a 4th Consecutive State Championship trophy

The Booneville High School Marching Blue Devil Band is the 2016 MSHAA 3A State Marching Champion. All of the hard work put in from July's band camp until now has paid off once again. This year's senior class has enjoyed success like no group before. The band won 3 consecutive championships from 2009-2011, but fell just short in 2012. However, Booneville has been at the top since 2013. The top 5 bands in the finals are normally separated by a few tenths of a point. Booneville scored an 87.425, topping this year's second place band by about 8 points. No one involved is ready to rest on laurels, though. Talk has already begun as to next year and how continued improvement can be pursued. After all, the BBDB has a half century record of superior ratings and an extended band family that continues to be supportive and encouraging. Often being heard shouting "Go Big Blue", the fans know it's always "A Great Day to be a Blue Devil !"

BSD 2017-2018 Calendar Released

Official 2017-2018 Booneville School District Calendar 

BMS Flood Relief Project

 

BMS is collecting school supplies to donate to K-3 students iat Lake Elementary School in Gonzales, Louisiana. Lake has around 950 students and was one of the hardest hit schools in the area by flood damage. Materials and donations will be collected for the next week. Read more about this effort online in September 2nd edition of the Daily Journal.

BHS Fastpitch Softball Paint Party paint

The BHS Fastpitch softball team will host a Paint Party Fundraiser at 6 PM in the BHS Commons. Two events will take place, a Turkey Painting on Thursday, October 27th and a Christmas Painting on Thursday, November 17th. The cost is $30 for either one or $50 for both events. All supplies, food, and fun will be provided. See Coach Jessica Taylor or any fastpitch player for more information.

District of Innovation Dr. English

Booneville Schools and Baldwyn will be collaborating to offer students within each district new opportunities for the 2017-2018 school year. Baldwyn will provide students with the opportunity to take career and technical courses and earn industrial certification in industrial maintenance and furniture manufacturing. Booneville will offer students the opportunity to take online Advanced Placement courses taught by Booneville High School teachers who have the AP certifications. Dr. Todd English, superintendent of Booneville Schools said, "The collaboration leverages each district's strength, respectively, with the student being the promary beneficiary of the collaboration." This effort provides students with a much braoder range of options to choose from, as well as a group of highly qualified teachers to provide these services. The Booneville/Baldwyn partnership has placed them with 5 other districts who have been designated as Districts of Innovation within the state of Mississippi.

BHS Class Officers for 2016-2017

BHS Class Officers for 2016-2017

Students at Booneville High School have voted for representatives for each class. Click on the link below to see who was honored with the selection to serve their respective classes for the ongoing school year.

BHS Class Officers for 2016-2017

Half Way Home Animal Shelter HWH

During the month of October, Booneville High School and the BHS Chapter of the National Honor Society will be collecting donations for the Half Way Home Animal Shelter in Booneville. Supplies that are needed include Medium Collars, Metal food and watering bowls, tennis balls, liquid dish soap, bleach, cat litter, large garbage bags, leashes for dogs, and old newspapers. Materials can be dropped off directly at the shelter at 200 Townhouse Drive near the water treatment plant in the industrial park. The phone number is 662-720-1033 and the hours of operation are M,T,Th 10-4, W 10-12, and F 10-6. Check them out on Facebook and help us in this community cause.

BHS Symphonic Band Earns All-Superior Rating Concert Eval.

The BHS Band, under the direction of Josh and Jada Forsythe, earned all superior ratings at the State Concert Evaluation held at Tupelo High School on Tuesday, April 4th. This topped off an incredible year in which the band earned a superior rating in every caption of every evaluation for the entire year, qualifying them once again as a Sweepstakes Award winning band. A tradition of pride, determination, and success was established long ago, and this group of young men and women have stepped up and not only continued to achieve high levels of success, but have set a new bar for what is means to be a Blue Devil band member. This year's graduating senior class has won the 3A State Marching Championship and earned all superior ratings at State Concert Evaluation all four years of their high school career. Congratulations to everyone who plays a role in the success of this incredible band program.

Fall Basketball League sponsored by the BHS Basketball Teams

The Booneville High School Basketball teams are sponsoring a Fall Basketball League for boys and girls in grades K - 6. The cost to participate will be $ 40. For more information or to print out a registration form, click the link on the news page below. The registration deadline is October 7th.

K-6 Fall Basketball League at BHS

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