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Back to School Outreach.jpgSCHOOL SUPPLIES, UNIFORMS AVAILABLE TO BOSSIER FAMILIES SATURDAY 

 

Getting a child ready to go back to school is expensive, but thanks to community partners like Northpoint Community Church, help is on the way for families needing assistance. Saturday, July 23 from noon to 2 p.m. parents can stop by the Plantation Park Elementary gym for free school supplies and uniforms. The only criteria is to show proof of residency in Bossier Parish and children must accompany their parent(s). Supplies are available to the first 1,000 families. Free hot dogs will also be served. A HUGE thanks to Northpoint Community Church and its 200+ volunteers for recognizing this need and wanting to reach out to the hard working families of Bossier. 

AMBER BEACH NAMED 2017 LOUISIANA ELEMENTARY TEACHER OF THE YEAR 

 

Bossier Schools is excited to announce Amber Beach, a fourth grade math teacher at Princeton Elementary, was named the 2017 Elementary State Teacher of the Year July 15 in Baton Rouge at the 10th Annual Cecil J. Picard Educator Excellence Symposium and Celebration. <Read More

Percheron.jpgBOSSIER SRO AND HIS HORSE TO PARTICIPATE IN SLAIN DALLAS OFFICERS' FUNERALS

 

A Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Deputy and his Percheron horse will be participating in the funeral services Thursday and Saturday for two of the fallen police officers killed in the line of duty July 7 in Dallas. Dep. Thomas “Tommy” Delrie, who is the School Resource Officer at Curtis Elementary, said it is a privilege to honor fallen officer Sgt. Michael J. Smith of the Dallas Police Department in Thursday’s ceremony.  

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Jr Cyber Discovery 2016.JPGBOSSIER MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS PLUNGE INTO UNDERWATER ROBOTICS

 

Imagine this. A cyber hacker has sabotaged a drone, causing it to crash onto the ocean floor. Information imperative to national security is contained inside the drone and it is up to your team to retrieve the data. That is the scenario Bossier Parish middle school students attending a week-long day camp were posed with, and had to put their newly-acquired skills to the test. <Read More