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Parkway Accepts 22 Push-Ups Challenge

 

As part of Suicide Awareness Week, Parkway High observed the 22 Push-Ups Challenge to bring awareness to the alarming fact that 22 veterans commit suicide each day.

 

On Friday, September 9, more than 200 JROTC cadets participated, along with Bossier Parish School Board members Eric Newman and Dennis Bamburg, representatives from the 2nd Bomb Wing at Barksdale Air Force Base and Sean Green from BIZ Magazine. Here is a clip from the challenge.

 

If you know anyone struggling with suicidal thoughts, please encourage them to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.


 

Parkway Aims to Keep Teen Drivers Safe

In an effort to keep teenage drivers safe, the Parkway Panthers donated two speed monitors during a news conference Thursday, August 11, to the Bossier Parish ...more

High School News

Two Airline Students Named

National Merit Semifinalists

 

Bossier Parish Schools is pleased to announce two Airline High students have qualified as 2017 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists and six others from throughout the district have been named as Commended Students.

 

Airline Vikings Noah Booker and Erin Bullock were named as Semifinalists, representing the top 0.5-percent of Louisiana’s senior students. Over 1.6 million students in more than 22,000 high schools enter the National Merit Scholarship competition each year by taking a qualifying test that measures their critical reading ability, mathematics problem-solving ability and writing ability.

 

Booker is a member of FCA, FBLA, NSHSS, Mu Alpha Theta and National Honor Society. He is considering a career in either the medical field or engineering, as math and science are his favorite subjects. Outside of school, Booker enjoys spending time with family and friends, hunting and fishing and listening to music.

 

Bullock has served as the drum captain of the Viking Band for the last two years and, in 2015, made the Louisiana All-State Symphonic Band, a prestigious group composed of the most talented musicians across the state. Bullock is also president of the FBLA and involved in Mu Alpha Theta, NHS, FCA and Bossier Schools’ Gifted Program. Her interests outside of school include serving on the Simple Church Student Leadership Team and drumming with the high school ministry’s worship band. After graduation, her plans include majoring in English with a concentration on writing with the dream of one day becoming an author.

 

Booker and Bullock will now advance to the competition for National Merit Scholarships, which will be offered next spring.

 

In addition to Booker and Bullock being named Semifinalists, a half-dozen seniors were recognized as Commended Students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program. Their national selection index score placed them among the top 50,000 students that took the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.  

 

Those receiving letters as Commended Students are Tyler Almer, Erik S. Johnson and Caitlin Simcox from Airline; Tyler Carrigan, who attends Benton High; Nicolas Godfrey from Haughton High; and Rebecca Port, a senior at Parkway.  

 

Congratulations to each of these outstanding students. You make all of us at Bossier Parish Schools proud!


 

Benton High Golf Team Honored By Senate As State Champs

Benton High's golf team was the center of attention at a school assembly September 6 and for good reason. The team not only won the 2016 Golf ...more


 

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Calling All Musicians

Shout Out 2016 Auditions Announced

Do you know anyone that needs a stage to showcase their talent? If you are a talented arts teacher, music director, teacher, band director or ...more


 

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Bossier Schools Ranks 4th in State for AP Performance Growth

The Louisiana Department of Education has once again singled out Bossier Schools for student performance on 2016 Advanced Placement (AP) ...more