BOSSIER LIONS CLUB JAMBOREE CANCELED TONIGHT
It is with regret that the 63rd annual Bossier City Lions Club Jamboree, scheduled for Friday night, August 26 at Airline High Stadium, has been canceled. Thursday's rain has deteriorated the condition of the football field and there is more rain forecast Friday. Because of scheduling conflicts with the regular football season, the Jamboree will not be rescheduled. Unfortunately, the weather has just not been cooperative this year.
KNOW SOMEONE WHO IS A GOLD STAR?
You know the ones. Those exceptional employees at Bossier Schools who go above and beyond their job description and the call of duty. From teachers and bus drivers to janitors and maintenance workers, there are many shining stars that are stand outs among Bossier Schools' 2,900 employees. Why not nominate that special person for the first Gold Star award of 2016-17? You had better hurry, though. Time is running out! <Read More>
FORMER STUDENTS GET CHANCE TO RETROACTIVELY RECEIVE DIPLOMAS
Eloise Johnson has five of her six children’s high school diplomas framed and hanging on the wall at her Bossier City home. Willie’s is the only one missing. But 18 years later, Johnson will be able to hang his diploma with the others, thanks to a legislative act being piloted by Bossier Schools. In an emotional ceremony, 39-year-old Willie, a former member of Airline’s Class of 1998, handed his petition to Superintendent Scott Smith to receive his high school diploma. Johnson, and nearly 300 more who were identified with a disability that have since exited Bossier Schools, have the extraordinary opportunity to retroactively receive their high school diploma. <Read More>
WELCOME CLASS OF 2029
The first day of kindergarten for the Class of 2029 was a great one. There was lots of excitement and proud parents taking photos. Here are a few guaranteed to bring a smile to your face. And welcome to our newest members of the Bossier Schools family! <Read More>
"BELIEVE AND PREPARE" GRANT PAVES WAY FOR NEW BOSSIER TEACHERS
New students weren’t the only ones with butterflies their first day of school. First-year teachers at Bossier Schools were feeling them, too. But for Lacey Oakes and Dusty Young, they were excited because they had a leg up on what to expect in the classroom. <Read More>