There will be planning session of the Bledsoe County Board of Education on April 6, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. at Bledsoe County Middle School

The regular scheduled meeting of the Bledsoe County Board of Education will be on April 6, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. at Bledsoe County Middle School

Spring parent/teacher conferences have been moved to Monday, April 3, 2023 (3:00-6:00).  

The original date was Wednesday, March 22, 2023.

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The Bledsoe County Board of Education is in the process of applying for 2023-24 Grant Applications: 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC). 


The overarching goal of the 21st CCLC program is to provide students-particularly students who attend schools in need of improvement-with academic enrichment opportunities and support services to help them meet state and local standards in the core content areas.


Interested citizens are invited to provide input by email to for elementary school input and to for middle and high school input.



Tobey Deatherage


Jacob Johnson


Carly Mahan


Kelsey Slatton


Cassie Newby


Kevyn Edinger


Lillie Cagle


Alicia Brown


Abby Daniel


Kyle Oakes

2023 Bledsoe County Educators of the Year

Secondary Principals

BCHS - Amy Evans

BCMS - Jadryen Anderson

BCVC - Ronny Collier

PES - Jessica Churches

CBR - Brandi Disidoro

MVW - Becky Piechuta

elementary principals

The Tennessee legislature passed a new state law last spring for TCAP/EOC Tests.  At the request of the student, or a parent/guardian of the student, additional time may be provided.  Please call your child's school or testing coordinator Mrs. Farrah Fields for information about how to make a request.  All requests must be submitted prior to testing.  

The Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE) is partnering with Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation (GELF) to provide at-home reading resources to all Tennessee families of K–2 children at no cost (or free of charge). Through this partnership, GELF and TDOE want to encourage at-home reading practice to help young learners become stronger readers outside of the classroom.
Based on a child’s grade level, they will receive 

  • The At-Home Decodable Book Series, a collection of 7 booklets containing 20+ exciting stories full of sounds and words to practice 
  • Age-appropriate high-quality books from Scholastic.

All Tennessee families can order one booklet pack for each of their kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students at this link, which can also be found on the button below. The order will be delivered to the mailing address provided and fulfilled in the order it was received.



Upcoming school events are listed on each schools' website.