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The Blackman Voice is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year.

Applications for The Blackman Voice are out for 2022-23 school year

Jenene Grover, Editor in chief January 11, 2022

Applications for the 2022-23 The Blackman Voice J-Staff are open!  Your application is due by Monday, January 24, 2022. We have multiple positions open, such as graphic designer, news reporter,...

Quiz Bowl seniors competed at a tournament on December 4th.

Quiz Bowl came back strong in its first post-COVID competition

Michelle Loria, Reporter December 16, 2021

Quiz Bowl is an academic club that challenges students on their academic knowledge in a Jeopardy style.   “Quiz Bowl has been going on across the state for a while. It’s kind of an academic...

Blackmans E-Sports team is accomplishing more than previous years and getting more competitive.

Blackman’s E-Sports are gaming their way to the top

Ava Porter, Reporter December 16, 2021

The 2021 Blackman High School E-Sports team is on a roll. Last year, the team didn’t quite make it to tournaments. This year, they made it to tournaments and put up a fight. Their growth has shown...

Blackman has introduced a Dell Tech Crew comprised of students to assist Blackmans IT specialist.

Student Tech Crew is logging on with Dell certification

Angel Perez-Escobar, Reporter December 16, 2021

The Student Dell Tech Crew is Blackman’s crew of students, certified by Dell, that assist Carl Miller, our IT specialist.  As most of the students and teachers know well, Blackman and Rutherford...

Multiple tutoring services are offered at Blackman High School to help students.

Blackman High tutoring service catalog

Michelle Loria, Reporter December 2, 2021

We have weak skills at school. Some students are not that good at math while others have trouble with English.   Teachers have so much to do that sometimes they cannot help everyone, so Blackman...

FFA officers smile for a picture in front of Lucas Oil Stadium at the National Covention.

Blackman represented at National FFA Convention

Brenlee Goins, News Editor December 2, 2021

The large and involved agricultural science program at Blackman High School allows students to participate in many hands-on events and fundraisers around the community.  “It is a two-teacher...

Geneva Cook and Sienna Holl are president and vice president of the Rutherford Education Association.

Cook and Holl lead the Rutherford Education Association

Ava Porter, Reporter November 30, 2021

Every American must pass through specific doors at least once in their life to gain higher knowledge about the world around them. The public school system is a system people go through to do this.  In...

Midterms start the week before winter break. The last normal day is December 13.

Midterm exams are coming up: Here’s how to prepare

Michelle Loria, Reporter November 30, 2021

Midterm exams are just around the corner, so here are a few tips to help prepare.  Midterms are tests that are taken at the end of the first semester in each class. These tests are usually held...

Blackman has a new school nurse this year: Nurse Sloan Lowe.

Nurse Lowe: Blackman’s newest superhero

Angel Perez-Escobar, Reporter November 30, 2021

At the beginning of this Blackman welcomed the new school nurse: Sloan Lowe.   After having a peer with Cystic fibrosis, Lowe decided to go into the medical field. Cystic fibrosis is a rare disease...

Seussical is a combination of multiple Dr. Seuss stories including Horton, Cat in the Hat, and the Grinch.

Blackman theatre comes back from COVID-19 with Seussical

Jenene Grover, Editor in chief November 21, 2021

Blackman theatre made a COVID comeback with Seussical: The Musical during the first week of November, and they are performing a school show on November 20. The cast and crew were eager for their...

Natalia Abrams receiving her Governors School certificates.

Tennessee Governor’s Schools: An opportunity unfolds for students

Zoe Vecchio and Mo Stephens November 11, 2021

Each year, select students across Tennessee have the opportunity to attend specialized college courses designed for high schoolers at one of eleven universities in the state through the Governor’s...

C-Hall bathroom closed due to vandalism-turned-flooding

Tik Tok trend encourages students to vandalize schools

Brenlee Goins, News Editor November 4, 2021

High school students are no stranger to the crime of vandalism. Bathroom stalls are constantly written on, random buildings spray-painted, and more. However, when it comes to social media, it seems as...

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