PUBLIC INVITED TO REVIEW BOSSIER SCHOOLS' PUPIL PROGRESSION PLAN
Dr. Nichole Bourgeois, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Academic Affairs for Bossier Parish Schools, has announced the Bossier Parish Pupil Progression Plan for the 2016-2017 school year will be available for public review on Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at the Bossier Instructional Center (BIC), located at 2719 Airline Drive, Bossier City, LA from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
For additional information, please contact Dr. Nichole Bourgeois, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Academic Affairs for Bossier Parish Schools, at (318) 549-5008 in the Bossier Instructional Center (BIC) at 2719 Airline Drive, Bossier City, LA.
LA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO HOST PUBLIC FORUM WEDNESDAY IN SHREVEPORT
Louisiana Department of Education Superintendent John White will be hosting a public forum in Shreveport this Wednesday, July 27 to discuss the creation of educational opportunities for students to develop a long-term Louisiana state plan which also aligns with the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). <Read More>
UNIFORM, SCHOOL SUPPLY GIVEAWAY EXTENDED
These are just some of the volunteers from Northpoint Community Church we want to thank for the huge outpouring of support at the July 23 Back to School Outreach held at Plantation Park Elementary. More than 600 families were served. For those that missed out on the event still in need of assistance, the outreach has been extended an additional night. <Read More>
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>
BOSSIER 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>