The Blackman Voice

STEM: Creating Woodwork for the Teachers

Kayla Donaldson, Reporter

May 10, 2019

Our STEM 3 classes have been working diligently to make personalized wood gifts for teachers here at Blackman. They can make anything from stools to doorstops to podiums and the money raised benefits them in a big way.   In one of Mr. Hardison’s classes, a group made aa giant interactive peri...

TESTS, Tests, and More Tests

TESTS, Tests, and More Tests

May 3, 2019

The 2018-2019 school year is ending soon, and finals are just around the corner!  Now that EOCs are finished, and APs are starting next week, it's also time for finals in non-EOC courses. The exam schedule for seniors is as follows:   May 9th=7th period Senior Exam  May 10th= 5th...

Closing the Middle Point Landfill

Closing the Middle Point Landfill

Maddy Williams, Reporter

May 3, 2019

The lack of recycling in Rutherford County is an immense problem. The act of recycling may seem burdensome and time consuming, but it is one small action that can positively affect the entire community. If people don’t start taking small steps to recycle, compost, or reduce their output of trash, ...

Future Aviators in The Making

Katelyn Morrow, Reporter

April 16, 2019

Aviation, invented in 1903, is based on the Latin word “avis” for bird. In general, the word aviation means the flying of aircraft for commercial and military purposes. It can also involve the design and development of aircrafts.   The Future Aviators club that we have here at BHS take part i...

Names in the News!

Names in the News!

Sienna Phillips, News Editor

April 11, 2019

Valedictorians for the class of 2019:* Catherine Anderson Kyleigh Bowers  Katherine Brewer  Aubrey Caster  Keaton Dewitt Catherine Dodd  Bailey Eshleman  Keagan Hemsley  Asa Herbert Miah Van der Heyden Kristina Hughes  Emma Kassebaum Alyssa Mealer Rebecca Nichols ...

End of Course Exam 2019 Schedule

Danielle Paredes, Editor-in-Chief

April 9, 2019

Going Green

Going Green

Maddy Williams and Mia Isom

April 2, 2019

Have you ever been to a grocery store and noticed that the produce is almost perfect? Local grocery stores and big chain supermarkets are all guilty of throwing away fresh produce because of the natural imperfections that may be on them.   The average Amer...

Spending Less at Prom

Spending Less at Prom

Sienna Phillips, News Editor

March 20, 2019

Since the very beginning, prom has been known as the most magical night of everyone’s high school career. Everyone who attends usually spends upwards of $500 for their special night. The girls spend a lot of money for hair, makeup, and of course, the dress.   This year, the Friends of Rachel ...

From a Blaze to a Rocket

From a Blaze to a Rocket

Sienna Phillips and Maddy Williams

March 4, 2019

In 2015, the Rutherford County projected a five-year plan that included both the cost of the project and the timeline of building Rockvale High School. This premeditated plan is finally coming into action. Rockvale High School is opening in August 2019.   “Blackman High is expected to go from 2,413 students to 1,740,” stated Scott Broden in his article from January 7, 2019 in the Daily News Jo...