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BMS Student Council visits the Capitol

Blountstown Middle School student council enjoyed a day at the Florida Capitol and the Museum of Florida History, Wednesday, March 9. The students went on a guided tour of the Florida Capitol Historic Museum and participated in a mock session. The Florida Senate and the Florida House of Representatives were in session and the students […]

BMS student Aliah Dudley awarded Take Stock in Children scholarship

Blountstown Middle School is pleased to announce the 2016 Take Stock in Children scholarship recipient has be awarded to Aliah Dudley.  Aliah is an 8th grader at Blountstown Middle School and is the daughter of Alex and Sandra Dudley of Blountstown.  Also pictured, Ralph Yoder, Calhoun County Superintendent, Neva Miller, Principal and Stephanie Brogden, Assistant […]

Blountstown Middle School student Dylan McClellan spends week with the Legislature

Dylan McClellan was sponsored by Representative Halsey Beshears to work one week during Florida’s Legislative Session. While performing his duties, Dylan had the opportunity to observe lawmakers, lobbyists, staff, and constituents working together in the legislative process. Dylan is a sixth grader at Blountstown Middle School.  His parents are John and Mary McClellan.

BMS Lady Tigers finish season with Panhandle Conference win

The BMS Lady Tigers finished their season winning the conference tournament. The Lady Tigers finished with a 13-1 record. This was their 4th consecutive conference title.  They have won 33 of their last 34 games. In the semi-finals, the Lady Tigers faced the Hosford Panthers. BMS struggled early leading only 10-7 at the half. In […]

BMS Lady Tigers win Panhandle Conference Volleyball Tourney 5 years running

BLOUNTSTOWN - The lady Tigers hosted the Panhandle Conference Volleyball Tournament on Friday, Oct. 16 at the Blountstown Middle School Gym. The schedule of games was by ranking from regular season conference wins. First place Blountstown took on fourth place Tolar in the first game. BMS won and advanced to the championship game with game […]

Blountstown Middle School play makes ESPN Top 10

by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor “I knew after I recorded it that it was a really good play, but I didn’t think it would be all over national TV,” says Peyton Gonzalez, who caught his little brother’s gravity-defying barrel roll of a play at the Blountstown Middle School team’s first game of the season last […]

Blountstown Middle School hosts jamboree

BLOUNTSTOWN - Calhoun and Liberty Schools gathered in the middle school gym in Blountstown for the annual volleyball jamboree on Thursday, Aug. 27. Kicking off the event were the teams from Hosford and Tolar. The first game was won by Hosford with a score of 25-8. The next game, played by Hosford and Altha, gave […]

County Wide Elementary Track Meet

On Thursday, May 7 Blountstown Middle School hosted the annual County Wide Elementary Track Meet on Thursday, May 7. Carr Elementary School, Altha Elementary School and Blountstown Elementary School competed against each other in 12 different Track events. Blountstown Elementary School came away with the overall top team score, but all of the teams did […]

Blountstown Middle School kids charged with starting their own gang

by Teresa Eubanks, Journal Editor Three Blountstown Middle School students have been charged with starting a criminal gang, recruiting members and vandalizing a street sign following an investigation by the Blountstown Police Department. The oldest boy is 15 years old; the other two are 14. According to the investigation, the boys had threatened some students […]

Blountstown, Altha High Schools earn high marks

Calhoun County Superintendent of Schools Ralph Yoder announced improved school grades for Calhoun County’s high schools, as reported by the Florida Department of Education in its annual release of school grades. Altha Public School’s “B” grade was a one-letter grade improvement from the previous school year. Altha School was one of only five K-12 schools […]