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2018 BHS Who's Who Who's Who

2018 BHS Who's Who.

BHS Seniors have voted and the 2018 list of Who's Who among BHS Seniors has been determined. To view the entire list, click READ MORE at the bottom of this story.


Mr. BHS - Trey Gardner,

Miss BHS - Olivia Jackson,

Gentleman of the Class - Andrew Wilemon,

Lady of the Class - Emily Baker,

Most Likely to Succeed - Peyton Hall & Bryce Payne,

Most Dependable - Channing Barkley & Emma Grace Parker,

Best All Around - Brady Whitten & Macayla Wright,

Best Sense of Humor - Jon-Ashton Grimes & Katie Glisson,

Most Stylish - Seth Nunley & Elizabeth Howell,

Most School Spirit - Cade Eaton & Mackenzie Garner,

Most Athletic - Hunter Bullard & Kristen Perrigo,

Most Unique - Trace Sparks & Katelyn Capps,

Campus Flirt - Rhett Reich & Grace Martin,

Most Talented - Winwood Gray & Shmia Williams,

Most Likely to Stay in Blue Devil Country - Taylor Brasel & Madeline Tucker,

Class Favorite - Dallin Howell & Caleigh Grace Scroggins


BSD Specialty Car Tag TAG

Booneville Schools has designed our own specialty car tag. You may now pre-order your Booneville Schools car tag by filling out an application and dropping it by any of the school offices. 300 tags must be preordered before the tag will be produced. The cost is $ 31 more than your tag normally costs. $ 24 of those dollars will come directly back to our school district. You can access more information and an application by clicking on the following links. Help us reach this goal by placing your order TODAY !


Car Tag Information Sheet

BSD Specialty Tag Order Form

BSD SkyView telescope

The Booneville School District Telescope has set up a Remind texting service where people in the community can enroll and receive text messages each time the telescope is open for the viewing public. To sign up for this service, text the message @bsdskyview to the number 81010. You will only receive messages concerning significant celestial viewing opportunities and on dates that the telescope will be open to the public. As always, you may eMail Brad DeVaughn at bdevaughn@boonevilleschools.org to schedule small group private viewings for your family, friends, church group, scout troop, etc.

BHS Spring Blood Drive Mississippi Blood Services

Mississippi Blood Services will have their Mobile Blood Coach on campus on Tuesday, March 20th for the Spring Blood Drive. Donors are encouraged to attend from 8 AM until 3:30 PM. Please bring a photo ID. All donors will receive a free T-Shirt. 

2018-2019 School Calendar Released 2018-2019 Calendar

The official school calendar for 2018-2019 has been approved. 

President's Day Make-Up Day weather

Due to being out of school for winter weather in January, we will have classes on Monday, February 19th, which is President's Day. Additional make-up days, if required, have yet to be determined. We will notify students and parents as that information becomes available if there is a need for additional make-up days. 

Substitute Bus Drivers Needed bus

The Booneville School District is seeking applications for substitute bus drivers. Applicants must possess a Class A or B CDL with bus endorsement, passenger endorsement, and air brake endorsement. There is a required background check and fingerprinting fee of $32. Applications may be picked up and/or completed at the Booneville School District Office located at North 1st Street in Booneville.

AES Science Fair AES Science Fair

The AES local science fair will be on Friday, February 2nd in the AES gym. Students may set-up their project on Thursday, February 1st from 3:30-4:30  or  Friday morning, February 2nd  7:20am - 8:00am. Judging will take place Friday morning. Please encourage you child to be a part of this exciting project. Below is a link to:

AES Science Fair Info Sheet


Jr./Sr. Banquet/Prom Evening of Enchantment

Booneville High School would like to extend a formal invitation to all BHS Juniors and Seniors to an Evening of Enchantment on Thursday, March 29th. There will be a meeting of JUNIOR parents on Monday, January 8th at 5 PM in the BHS Commons to discuss decorations. All junior parents are encouraged to attend. The cost for the banquet and prom is $50 and is paid only during the junior year, which covers both years of attendance costs. This is called the Fair Share for Prom and is due by February 2nd.

BSD Beauty Pageant - Neverland Beauty Crown

The Booneville School District beauty pageant will be on February 10th, 2018. This year's theme is Neverland. Entry forms will be sent out with students in early January. Save the date!

Employment Opportunity

The Booneville School District is taking applications for substitute bus drivers. 

Attendance = Achievement Attendance

October and November are attendance awareness months. There is a strong correlation between attendance and academic achievement. In order to encourage students to attain perfect attendance, in the coming weeks, students will be advised of incentives offered by each school and individual teachers for not missing a day in the coming months. Dr. Todd English has released a letter explaining the details of this attendance drive. You can read this letter by clicking on the link below.

Dr. English's Attendance Letter

BHS Fall Blood Drive blood

Be a Hero in Disguise. Donate blood. Booneville High School will sponsor a fall blood drive on Thursday, September 21, 2017. Mississippi Blood Services will bring their bus and people can donate from 8 AM until 3:30 PM. Students who are 17 or older may donate, as well as people from the general public. Make plans to help save lives by giving of your time and blood. Everyone can be a Hero sometimes.

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

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.

Together we're better.