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Celebrating Dr. Seuss

 Bring the Kids For a Day of Reading

 

 The mission of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss will be alive and well Saturday, March 7 when the Bossier Association of Educators celebrates “A Day of Reading,” in conjunction with Read Across America.

 From 10 a.m. to noon parents are encouraged to bring their children to the JC Penney Court at Pierre Bossier Mall where school and community leaders will serve as guest readers. There will also be goodie bags, snacks and more for kids.

 Who knows? The Cat in the Hat may even make a surprise appearance!


 

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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. On February 7, 2015 several of the Gladiators traveled to Justin, Texas, for the Texan Scramble Tournament, hosted by Northwest High School.

Some of these students had only been wrestling for three weeks before this large tournament, yet 13 of the Gladiators medaled in their division. Several even took first place, including the only female wrestler, Taylor Bacot.  

The team is coached by Bossier City firefighter Rob Bernth, with help from some high school volunteers. Kids on the team attend Elm Grove Elementary, Elm Grove Middle, Curtis, Bellaire, Sun City and Apollo.

 We are so proud of all of their effort and hard work. The Gladiators’ next competition will be at the Northwest Louisiana Open, held at the Shreveport Convention Center in March.


 

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


 

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Sun City Soccer Player Heads to Spain

To say it is one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities would be an understatement considering where Sun City third grader Aeron Burrell is heading soon.

He ...more


 

Elementary School News
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 Waller Student Wins VFW Art Contest

 

 Waller first grader Eian Flowers’ show of patriotism won first place honors in his age category in the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Art Contest.

 Eian designed and colored the United States flag free-handed and was recognized for his win at the VFW banquet on February 19.

 Eian’s art teacher is Karen Mitchell. His homeroom teacher is Jamie Prock.

 Beautiful job, Eian. Congratulations on winning first place.


 

Carrie Martin Has a Dog Gone Good Time Helping Hearts

Carrie Martin’s faculty and students had a “DOG GONE GOOD” time the last part of January, loving on and helping some four-legged friends.

As ...more


 

Bellaire and Meadowview Students Go On A Body Walk


What really happens to that sandwich you eat after you swallow it? Students at Bellaire and Meadowview Elementary Schools found out as they toured ...more


 

Carrie Martin Plants Trees to Celebrate State Arbor Day

The entrance to Carrie Martin Elementary in Plain Dealing got a beauty treatment when volunteers from Keep Bossier Beautiful and the Bossier ...more


 

Oh the Possibilities!

STEM Career Day Is A Hit at Elm Grove

There is no better way to learn than by doing, and that is what Elm Grove Elementary students got the chance to do at their school’s ...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 24-year educator who has served as Principal at T.L. Rodes Elementary since 2009.

 “I am honored to be nominated for Elementary Bossier Parish Principal of the Year,” Meador said. “I am honored to work in Bossier Parish! I have made many friends over the years that have helped me become who I am today; especially the children!”

 Meador’s philosophy as a principal is certainly a driving force behind her being named a semi-finalist. For her, it is all about teamwork, being positive and giving teaching all your heart.

 “We are all in this together,” Meador explained. “Our students are the most important part of school. We build the foundation for their future. If we are prepared and positive, we will make a difference in the life of a child!”

 Meador will be recognized in July at the 9th Annual Cecil Picard Education Excellent Symposium in Baton Rouge, where she will receive special recognition and compete with other semi-finalists for the 2016 State Principal of the Year award. Of course, here at Bossier Parish Schools, she is already the winner in our book.

 Congratulations, Lisle Meador, for a job well done.


 

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


 

Waller “Helps Hearts”

One Penny At A Time

A penny saved is a penny earned.”

Those wise words from Benjamin Franklin certainly ring true at Waller Elementary, where the Wildcats brought in their ...more