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HAUGHTON HIGH PLACES AT MINI-URBAN CHALLENGE 

  More than 100 high school students from 10 school districts came with their game faces on to the fifth annual Mini-Urban Challenge Louisiana Regional Competition.

  The challenge, held Saturday, April 5, required teams to design and program a robotic car to autonomously navigate a LEGO city. Teams earned a majority of their overall score as they exercised their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills on the competition mat.

  For 12 hours, students' skills were put to the test. At the end, Haughton High School placed second in the overall competition. Not only was a trophy awarded, but Haughton also received a $350 technology award from the Cyber Innovation Center.

  Haughton is now invited to represent the region by competing in the 2014 Mini-Urban Challenge National Competition on June 14.

  Congratulations, Buccaneers! 


 

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STUDENTS REPRESENT BOSSIER SCHOOLS AT STATE LITERARY RALLY

Forty Bossier Parish students traveled to LSU in Baton Rouge Saturday, April 5, to represent the district at the Louisiana High School ...more


 

PARKWAY STUDENT WINS STATE HONORS IN GEORGE RODRIGUE ART CONTEST

Parkway High School Junior Alexis Nickolson-Edie is one talented artist and it shows.

Not only was she chosen as one of five ...more

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AIRLINE'S KELLY BOYTER WINS $5,000 GRANT

Airline High School students in Kelly Boyter's class are about to show the community what it means to be good stewards of the environment.

Boyter recently ...more


 

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BRAINS VS. BRAWN

AHS HISTORY BOWL TEAM HOSTS TOURNAMENT TO GO TO NATIONALS

 

     From Airline High School football players and faculty members to students and family members, 24 teams came together in a friendly, but competitive spirit to help the AHS History Bowl Team raise money to go to Nationals later this month.

 All four of Airline’s Varsity and Junior Varsity teams made history after qualifying at the regional level to compete in the National History Bowl being held April 26-27 in Washington, D.C. Twenty-one Vikings are hoping to show the nation what they know if they can raise the $6,500 needed for travel expenses. With less than two weeks to go, they still need about $2,700.

To help put money in the bank, the AHS History Bowl Team hosted its own tournament recently -- March Madness style. As teams won, they moved up brackets until it was down to the final two.

 The winners were “That Team,” composed of Bossier Schools’ Social Studies Curriculum Coordinator Judy Podner, Thad Pardue, a retired AP history teacher, Elizabeth Oliver, a Social Studies teacher at Cope and Michael Pedrotty, Airline’s Social Studies teacher and coach of the History Bowl Team. “That Team” defeated the “Abraham Lincoln Brigade,” which was the staff team from Caddo Magnet High, in the finals.

 The tourney made about $900, thanks in part to the generosity of some special donors. KTBS 3’s Rick Rowe was also there to capture the action and put a light-hearted spin on the heavyweight competition. You can see his story by clicking here.

 To help send the AHS team to Nationals and represent Bossier Parish, an on-line account has been set up. Simply click here. The Vikings thank you for any support you can lend.


 

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BOSSIER YOUTH LEADERSHIP SEEKING APPLICANTS FOR 2014-15

For 20 years, the Bossier Chamber of Commerce has been sending area high school students out into the world prepared to take on leadership ...more


 

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AIRLINE’S LAUREN HAIGLER CHOSEN STATE FINALIST FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT OF THE YEAR

Airline High School senior Lauren Haigler was told a secret before Spring Break that would be hard for any teenager ...more


 

AIRLINE’S ROTC RACKS UP AWARDS


Airline High School’s Air Force Junior ROTC program recently took overall top honors at a drill competition hosted by Richwood High School and included 16 schools.

The ...more


 

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AHS HISTORY BOWL TEAM MAKES HISTORY

Airline High School’s History Bowl team did what no other team did at the recent North Louisiana Regional Tournament. AHS dominated both the Bowl and Bee ...more


 

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LA NEW TECH WINS CYBER PATRIOT ROUND FOR STATE

Team members on Louisiana New Tech at Plain Dealing's CyberPatriot team have been putting in a lot of hours outside the classroom to get ready to ...more


 

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PARKWAY’S CYBER PATRIOT TEAM FINISHES IN NATION’S TOP ONE-PERCENT

To say it was one of those experiences to remember for a lifetime is an understatement.

Over Spring Break, six Parkway High School ...more


 

BENTON HIGH IS UP WITH DOWNS

 

 It may have been cold and wet, but the Benton High School Tigers’ hearts were warm as they weathered the elements and pounded the pavement to raise money for the organization Up With Downs.

 Everyone bundled up for the annual Up With Downs 5K Walk/Run held in November at the Benton Sports Complex. The event was in conjunction with the school district’s year-long “Helping Hearts One Week at a Time” community service initiative.

 The day before, a faculty/student basketball game and teacher dance was held, raising additional funds for the organization.

  The support and dollars added up quickly. After the week of events, Benton High presented a check to the local Up With Downs chapter for $4,500.    

 Way to go, Tigers!


 

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BENTON HIGH STUDENTS BRING HOME TWO STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Two Benton High School students made their mark on the mat at the recent State Wrestling Championship.

Andre’ Dean II pinned the ...more


 

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BOSSIER PARISH SCHOOL FOR TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIVE LEARNING TO OPEN FALL 2015


Excitement was in the air Thursday, February 27, as Bossier Schools broke ground on the much ...more


 

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BENTON ALUMNUS RECEIVES PURPLE HEART

Benton High School graduate Joe Spoon is a hero who nearly paid the ultimate price for protecting America's freedom.

Spoon, who is a Captain and Combat ...more