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Boy can the Elm Grove Elementary Gators spell! 

The school hosted its annual Spelling Bee and the 24 participants did a great job. This year's spelling champion is Trenton Lape, who will represent the school in the Regional Spelling Bee. Second place winner is Anden Arnold and Bailey Smith won third place.

Bravo to them all!


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Curtis Wins 2015 National Healthy Schools Award

Curtis Elementary’s staff and students are celebrating a big win, not only for their school but also their personal health.

The school was in the ...more


Waller Says ‘Thanks’ For Community Donations

The Waller Wildcats are grateful to two community organizations that donated school supplies and other items needed for a successful year.

Members of the ...more


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Student’s Dream to Come True

Brayden Ferrier’s dream will soon come true, thanks to Sun City Early Childhood Special Education teacher Michelle Boswell. He and his family will be going to Disney ...more


Elementary School News

Sun City Students Collect

“Change for Caroline”


Pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters can add up to make real change and that is what Sun City Elementary students are hoping.  


Their first grade classmate, Caroline Bange, has Loeys-Dietz Syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects the connective tissue in the body. Closely associated with Marfan Syndrome, LDS first came to light in 2005, just a few years before Caroline was born. When she was diagnosed, only 150 individuals in the world were known to have it. Today, the number is closer to 2,000.


For two weeks, Sun City shone light on LDS and students collected “Change for Caroline,” to benefit the Loeys-Dietz Syndrome Foundation. The organization provides education, support and research. The Foundation is particularly focused on funding a genetic registry researchers can pull from.


“It’s been good for her,” Caroline’s mom, Jenny, said about the school’s efforts. “We try to teach her it’s a part of our everyday life. This gives her the opportunity to discuss it with her friends; to talk about her walker and hearing aids.”


People are becoming more familiar with LDS, thanks to the efforts of the Bange family. For the past six years, a walk is held each March called “Across the Finish Line for Caroline.” To date, more than $120,000 has been raised for the Foundation.


“Change For Caroline” is making a difference, too. Students at Sun City engaged in friendly competition, seeing which class could collect the most change. One by one, they poured jars of coins into a big bucket during an assembly as their classmates cheered. Caroline was beyond excited, watching it all.


“Awesome! Awesome! Awesome!” she squealed, as she jumped up and down.


Once it was all tallied, the amount was astounding -- $2,821.52.


Principal Kim Tuminello said she could not think of a better way to embrace Bossier Schools’ “Helping Hearts: The Power of We” community service initiative and help one of their own at the same time.

“The reason we call this ‘Change for Caroline’ is we want to change the life for Caroline with her disability and the lives of other children with this,” Tuminello explained to her young students. “Doesn’t it feel good to know we worked together to make a difference in someone’s life?”


From Apollo With Love

Veterans Get Special Treat on Halloween

Apollo students came bearing treats on Halloween at the Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home in Bossier, much to the delight of ...more


Wendy Goodwin Is A Shining Gold Star

Wendy Goodwin had a calling eight years ago to switch careers and there are many people at Bossier Schools who are glad she answered it.

After spending several ...more


Bossier Elementary Goes

Pink for Komen

Bossier Elementary’s school colors temporarily turned from green to pink when the Bearkittens held a PINK pep rally recently to raise awareness of breast ...more


Surprise, Amy Ragsdale!

You Are Bossier Schools’ Gold Star

Usually, Amy Ragsdale is the one who surprises her fellow teachers and administrators at Plantation Park. But Friday, the surprise was on ...more


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Bellaire “Packs the Pantry,”

Wins $1,000

For the third year, the Bellaire Bombers are the bomb.

The students collected 4,386 pounds of canned goods, which breaks down to 11.18 pounds of food per ...more


W.T. Lewis Shows Four-Legged Friends the Love

The W.T. Lewis Bulldogs showed lots of love for their four-legged friends when they recently helped the Humane Society of Northwest Louisiana, as part ...more


Two Bossier Teachers Named LACUE Educators of Year

Congratulations are in order for two Bossier Parish teachers, who have been selected by the Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators ...more


Benton Elementary Is “Helping Hearts” of Veterans, First Responders

One thing is for sure. The Benton Elementary Tigers love veterans and first responders, and they show it year after year.

To kick ...more