Student Population Projections: View the 2014 report which was recently updated to project what the student enrollment of the District would be over the next ten years.
MEET BOSSIER SCHOOLS' 2017 STUDENTS OF THE YEAR
They are the epitome of excellence. One is the Student Council and FCA President; another is the Drum Major for her high school; and the other travels around the world as a worship leader. One thing they all have in common is they are Bossier Schools' 2017 Students of the Year. <Read More>
BOSSIER SCHOOLS ANNOUNCES ITS 2017 TEACHERS OF THE YEAR
Friday morning was full of excitement as Bossier Schools Superintendent Scott Smith and an entourage from the Curriculum department surprised three teachers in their classrooms. Smith personally went to congratulate them for being chosen as the Parish Teachers of the Year. And the winners are ... <Read More>
FORMER BOSSIER PARISH STUDENTS TO MAKE STATE HISTORY AT GRADUATION THIS SUNDAY
When 15 former Bossier Parish students walk across stage this Sunday, January 15 at Bossier Instructional Center to receive their high school diploma, they will be the first in Louisiana to do so under Act 303. State legislation passed in 2016 is enabling former students throughout Louisiana who were identified with disabilities to petition their local school districts for, and retroactively receive, their high school diploma if they meet certain criteria. Bossier Schools is honored to serve as the pilot district to implement Louisiana Act 303 and host this first-of-its-kind commencement exercise. <Read More>
BENTON MIDDLE STUDENTS TO ATTEND PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION, WITNESS HISTORY
When the 45th President of the United States is sworn in January 20 on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., a group o f Benton Middle School students will be there to witness it firsthand. History and Social Studies teacher Jamie East is taking 11 students in sixth through eighth grades on a Close Up trip to the nation’s capitol, where they will be a part of history. <Read More>
PRINCETON HOSTS PARTY FOR THE 'A LIST'
They have reason to celebrate at Princeton Elementary. The Patriots' School Performance Score (SPS) sky-rocketed in 2015-16 and their letter grade jumped two letter grades to an 'A.' Yes, that deserves a party and what celebration does not have ice cream? Everyone on the ‘A’ list -- and that includes every student and teacher at Princeton Elementary -- was treated to a special day of surprises. <Read More>