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Elm Grove Fifth Graders Graduate From STARBASE

 

Elm Grove Elementary 5th graders are the latest graduates of STARBASE, a phenomenal program funded by the Department of Defense that fosters STEM skills.

The kids loved learning about Newton's law, the three laws of motion, 3D modeling, physical and chemical changes and much more.

At their graduation, Col. Gordan spoke and awarded completion certificates and service learning medals. Four students were also singled out for the Shining Star Award for being exemplary in their class.

Way to go, EGE Gators! And thank you STARBASE for providing our kids with such outstanding learning experiences.


 

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W.T. Lewis Student Advances to State Geography Bee

Submitted by: Lisa Burns

W.T. Lewis Elementary Principal

Austin Hawn is a 4th grade student at W.T. Lewis who has always shown interest in ...more


 

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Chazz Blanton On His Way to State Social Studies Fair


Apollo fourth grade student Charles “Chazz” Blanton is on his way to the state Social Studies Fair, where he will represent not only his school ...more


 

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Gladiators Take Competition to the Mat

Bossier Parish is home to some mighty warriors – Gladiators to be exact.

The Gladiator Wrestling Club consists of kids from Bossier Parish Schools and others. ...more


 

Bellaire Has A Lot of Heart for Hounds


The Bellaire Elementary Bombers have a lot of heart, especially when it comes to caring for their four-legged canine friends.

As part of Bossier Schools’ ...more


 

Elementary School News

Platt Helps Hearts At the

Bossier Council On Aging

 

Nothing beats the smile of a child and there were plenty to go around at the Bossier Council on Aging when second and third graders from Platt Elementary visited recently.

 

Platt chose to help senior citizens as part of Bossier Schools’ district-wide community service initiative, “Helping Hearts: The Power of We.”  

Principal Cathy Turner polled the BCOA about its needs, then put a plan into action. Each week for a month, students and faculty members collected different items such as blankets, socks, toiletries, Bingo prizes and household goods.

The school also held two fundraisers to raise money for the Council’s Meals on Wheels program, which provides a hot meal each weekday to area senior citizens. For many, it is the only balanced meal they eat. Platt collected an impressive $1,021 which will help ensure their neighbors get that daily food delivery.

Platt’s efforts did not end there. Students then traveled to the BCOA to drop off the items they collected in person. While there they got to tour the facility, visit with the senior adults and learn about the services provided to them.

Turner said her students had a great time visiting with their newly made friends -- and enjoyed the lemon cake and punch. Sweet!

Platt has made a huge difference in the lives of seniors, and we applaud them for helping hearts. There’s a lot to be said about the power of we!


 

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Important Information About Registration For Kingston Elementary  

It's almost time to register your child for Kindergarten at Kingston Elementary. 

On April 22, parents can drop by the school where they are currently zoned (Benton or Legacy Elementary) to register their child. 
Completed registration packets will be given to Kingston Elementary once the attendance zone is approved by the U.S. Justice Department and finalized.


 

Carrie Martin Has Dog Gone Fun Supporting Bossier Sheriff’s K-9 Unit

Courtesy of: Lt. Bill Davis

Bossier Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer

Students and faculty of Carrie Martin Elementary ...more


 

Princeton Math Class to Get iPods, Thanks to Teacher Grant

Coming soon to Amber Beach’s fourth grade math classes at Princeton Elementary? Another half dozen iPod Touches to further ignite learning ...more


 

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Winners Named In American Heritage Poetry Contest

Being a judge for the American Heritage Poetry Contest 2015 for Bossier Parish was a tough job and not an enviable one.

Dozens of elementary ...more


 

“Reaching Out For Rylan”

Apollo and Haughton Middle Come Together to Help


Everyone needs support from time to time, whether it is emotional, financial or just knowing someone cares. Bossier Parish ...more


 

Princeton’s “Mr. J.R.” Wins

Gold Star Award

Even before Princeton head custodian Johnny “J.R.” Ruffin’s name could be announced during an assembly as the latest winner of Bossier Schools’ Gold Star ...more


 

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T.L. Rodes Principal Named State Principal of the Year Semi-Finalist

Bossier Parish Schools is proud to call 2016 State Principal of the Year Semi-Finalist Lisle Meador one of its own. Meador is a ...more


 

Princeton Cheerleaders Break Out the Jams and Win Competition

The Princeton Elementary Cheerleaders pulled out all the stops at the JamFest Cheerleading Competition held February 21 at the ...more


 

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Elm Grove Elementary Surpasses Goal Collecting “Pennies for Patients”

The Elm Grove Gators are particularly motivated to help the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society raise money for research and to help ...more