News Posts

November Students of the month

MVW would like to congratulate the November Students of the Month: Weston Frady and Ty Winningham. Not Pictured: David Allen Nunley.

Thu Dec 08 08:40 AM

Moon Pie
Christmas Program

MVW Christmas program will take place in the gym on December 19th at 9:00 a.m.

Thu Dec 08 08:29 AM

Christmas Break

Students will be on Christmas Break from December 20th-January 2nd. Early Release day will be December 19th, beginning at 11:30 a.m.

Wed Nov 23 06:31 PM

Mountaineers love to read!
1,664,835 words read!

Mountaineers love to read!!! Students at Mary V. Wheeler are reading books at an outstanding rate in our accelerated reader program. We are so proud of our students. We had to share their reading success. 1st grade read a total of 62 books (30,339 words) 2nd grade read a total of 60 books (76,084 words) 3rd grade read a total of 54 books (183,844 words) 4th grade read a total of 131 books (298,389 words) 5th grade read a total of 164 books (1,076,179 words)

Mon Oct 24 08:38 PM

Opt Out Consent Form BCS

COVID FACE MASK OPT-OUT FORM Pursuant to Executive Order No. 84, issued by Governor Bill Lee on August 16, 2021, the Bledsoe County School District has developed this standardized form to provide consent for or on behalf of a student enrolled in Bledsoe County Schools to opt out a student from a face covering requirement imposed by Bledsoe County Schools pertaining to school operations and facilities. Many school-aged children are not yet eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, leaving them susceptible to infection. To ensure that students and teachers are able to safely participate in in-person instruction, it is recommended that all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools wear masks and practice social distancing when possible. More information on the CDC prevention in K-12 schools can be found on the CDC website at By completing this form, you are giving permission for your student to not wear a face covering while at school. This permission does not apply to any local, state or federal order, such as riding a school bus, or any TSSAA rule. A separate form must be completed for each student for whom you are giving permission.

Mon Aug 23 03:41 PM