Parents and students,
As part of a joint emergency disaster drill being conducted at 9 a.m. Tuesday, February 9 at Bossier Parish Community College, all Bossier Schools will take part in a crisis lockdown drill. Please do not be alarmed as this is only a drill. The exercise being conducted by the Bossier Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness is an effort to enhance joint response and readiness procedures for first responders across the parish and is not a true event.
BOSSIER SCHOOLS NAMED CHAMBER'S COMMUNITY PARTNER OF THE YEAR
Bossier Schools was in the spotlight recently when the Bossier Chamber of Commerce celebrated a successful 2015 with its members at its Annual Gala. At the event, Bossier Parish Schools was named the Chamber’s Community Partner of the Year in recognition of the district's ongoing commitment to serve through "Helping Hearts: The Power of We" and a Day of Service. <Read More>
SURPRISE AT BOSSIER HIGH IS "TWICE AS NICE"
Bossier High School has a lot to celebrate. At an academic assembly, an entourage from KTBS and Barksdale Federal Credit Union made a grand entrance with more news to applaud. Not one, but two Bossier High educators were the winners of the “One Class At a Time” grants for $1,000 each. It is the first time in the 13 years KTBS has awarded the grants that two winners from the same school won and were presented checks. <Read More>
A SPECIAL VISITOR CALLS ON BELLAIRE ELEMENTARY
Students in Meredith Starks’ 3rd grade class at Bellaire Elementary have a much better understanding and appreciation for the role a mayor plays when it comes to running a city. Bossier City Mayor Lorenz “Lo” Walker paid a special visit to the class Monday morning at Starks’ invitation. Students were impressed to learn their guest of honor’s own two children attended Bellaire, as well as many other things about the mayor. <Read More>
WALMART INVESTS IN BPSTIL
Walmart likes what it is going on at Bossier Parish School for Technology and Innovative Learning and made a recent investment in its future. As part of its commitment to giving back to the community, BPSTIL Principal Jayda Spillers received a check recently in celebration of the grand opening of the new Walmart on North Market Street in Blanchard. <Read More>