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Educators “Give A Whoop” at Workshop

Teachers from Bossier Parish and around the state learned recently why they should “Give A Whoop” about whooping cranes, and are now educating their students ...more


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Students Compete, Win at State GUMBO Tourney 


Bossier students had a blast at the state GUMBO boccia tournament over the weekend, playing a modified version of what we know as bocce ball, and two of them brought home honors! 

Congratulations to Diego Medina, a 5th grade student at Princeton and Jake Skipper, a 7th grader at Benton Middle. They won first and second place in the junior division of the tournament. Pictured with Diego (left) and Jake (right) is GUMBO Director Pam Carry.

Way to go guys!


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Applause for the Meadowview Roadrunners

When the Meadowview Roadrunners set their minds on something, watch out!

As part of Bossier Schools’ district-wide community service initiative, “Helping ...more


Elementary School News

Leslie McCormack Gives A

Gold Star Performance

Leslie McCormack had her binder ready for the 1 p.m. staff meeting called at Bossier Elementary School, so she was confused when she entered the ...more


Special Visitor Calls On

Bellaire Elementary

Students in Meredith Starks’ 3rd grade class at Bellaire Elementary have a much better understanding and appreciation for the role a mayor plays when it ...more


Kristin Mosura Is Golden
Stockwell Teacher Wins BPSB Gold Star

Everyone needs a pat on the back when they do something especially well, or, in fifth grade math teacher Kristin Mosura’s case, a ...more


Princeton Patriots Help Make Joe Delaney Memorial Park a Reality

Joe Delaney never set out to be a hero, but he became one in so many ways. Now, the Princeton Patriots have a better appreciation ...more


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Curtis Student Selected for Elite National Football Team


Curtis Elementary is celebrating a huge accomplishment by one of their own.


Fifth grader Elijah Harper was the only student athlete in Louisiana chosen for the FBU National Championship All-American Team. FBU is the single biggest event in youth football.


Only 18 students were chosen out of over 1,500 students across the nation. He was chosen based on grades, test scores and academic extra-curricular activities.


Way to go, Elijah! Bossier Schools is proud of you.


Stockwell SGA Brings Little Free Library to Bossier City

Stockwell Place Elementary students are hoping to change the world one book at a time.

Last year, Student Government Association sponsor ...more