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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 will be traveling to Spain in March to participate in the 2015 FC Barcelona Escola International Tournament.

 The nine-year-old attended the FC Barcelona Soccer Camp last July in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, which is one of the largest club soccer academies. It was there FB Barcelona coaches took notice of Burrell’s prowess on the soccer field.

He was one of 48 players selected from a pool of 3,400 campers overall selected to represent the 8 to 10-year-old USA Team and participate in the International Tournament in Spain. Teams from the U.S., Dubai, Japan, Korea, Egypt, Poland, India and Spain will spend four days playing soccer and, of course, enjoying the sights and culture of Barcelona.

 Aeron has played soccer since he was four-years-old. He is currently a member of the CABOSA Shreveport United U11 Competitive Team.

 We are so proud for Aeron and excited to hear about his adventures when he returns.


 

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Kerr Kats Honor Local Veterans

Kerr Elementary loves our nation's veterans and it shows.
The Kindergarten teachers and students at Kerr recently organized a Veterans Day Service Project to ...more

 

Elementary School News

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


 

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 pennies and pocket change to help the local Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The project was called “Pennies for Pasta” and was Waller’s way of giving back as part of Bossier Schools’ district-wide service initiative, “Helping Hearts: The Power of We.”

 The school set an ambitious goal of $1,100. That’s a lot of pennies! Not only did students meet the goal, they surpassed it. Helping Hearts sponsor Sarah Hicks said when all the change was counted, the kids raised a grand total of $1,857. Impressive!

 The money being donated will go to help fight blood cancers. The mission of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is two-fold; one, to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s Disease and myeloma and two, to improve patients’ quality of life by helping them live better, longer lives.

 So where does the pasta fit in with the “Pennies for Pasta” project? The class that raised the most money is getting lunch catered by Olive Garden. Talk about a delicious incentive to help others!

 Yes, there is power in pennies. A penny saved is a penny earned and they add up to make a difference.


 

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Bossier Schools to Host Regional Archery Tournament

The second annual Northwest Louisiana Regional Tournament will be held January 31, 2015 at the Bossier Civic Center and space is limited for teams ...more


 

Plantation Park Ponies Make

Special Deliveries

“Oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh. Hey!”

Joyful music rang out throughout Pilgrim Manor Guest Care Center in Bossier as young and ...more