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T.L. Rodes Supports FORK

No child should go hungry and if T.L. Rodes has its way, none will at their school.

Feeding Our Rodes Kids or FORK is a program supported by the school that sends backpacks ...more


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Apollo Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

Apollo is definitely pretty in pink! The students and faculty at Apollo designated October 3, 2014, as their day to "Go Pink for Breast Cancer ...more


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Plantation Park Tumblers Named Arklatex Best' 


  In case you missed it, the Plantation Park Tumblers were the focus of Rick Rowe's "Arklatex Best" segment on KTBS-TV.


  These first through fifth graders have been entertaining crowds for many years and definitely deserve the distinction as "Arklatex Best." Check out what this tumbling group can do by clicking here.  


Elementary School News

Sun City “Socktober” Warms

Feet and Hearts



 Sounds of James Brown belting out the chorus “I feel good” reverberated throughout Sun City Elementary’s gymnasium as students danced, jumped and celebrated how good it made them feel to help others.

As part of the district’s “Helping Hearts: The Power of We” community service initiative, Sun City deemed the month of October “Socktober” and collected more than a thousand pairs of socks, underwear, t-shirts, toiletries, personal hygiene items and more for the Providence House.

 Partnering with Sun City was Red River Development League, a soccer league in South Bossier whose mission is to integrate sports and the community.  

“The idea is to teach our kids not only to be good soccer players but to develop good character and becoming good citizens. Knowing where there’s a need in your community and fulfilling it,” said Rachel Clark, one of the founders of the RRDL. “Our end goal is the same with schools; to produce productive citizens.”

 Clark got wind of Socktober after hearing her mom talk about it. Lea Clark is the Assistant Principal at Sun City.

 “We’re all about getting as involved in the community in South Bossier as we can and businesses and everyone helps,” Lea Clark added.

 Suzanne Sims with the Providence House told the kids during an assembly the warm socks and other items would help tremendously.

 “We have 73 families with 144 kids. We haven’t needed socks because of the season we’ve been in,” Sims said. “Kids have run around barefoot and in sandals and didn’t need socks.”

 Now, with morning temperatures below 32 degrees, they are glad to have socks to keep their feet warm.

  Sun City Principal Kimberly Tuminello said students really got motivated to help after viewing Kid President’s inspirational video messages, particularly the one in which he declared “Doing nothing is a great way to change nothing.”


  “I was happy they saw the importance and rose to the challenge,” Tuminello said. “I think we’re producing a society of helpers.”


 “For kids to step forward and pay attention to the things that adults have learned not to pay attention to is humbling,” Sims added. “It’s also inspiring.”


Up and Away!

Apollo Rockets Celebrate Their ‘A’

‘A’ is for Apollo Elementary. It is also the letter grade the school earned recently when the Department of Education released state assessment scores.


To: Post Elementary

From: Waller With Love

When Waller first grade teacher Jamie Prock heard about a fire that devastated Post Elementary in her neighboring hometown in Texas, she felt compelled to ...more


Kerr Honored in Washington D.C.

for Wellness Efforts

R.V. Kerr Elementary has transformed its campus into a healthier place and those efforts were recognized at an awards ceremony in the nation’s ...more


Airmen Feel the Love

From W.T. Lewis


 Making ends meet between paychecks is oftentimes difficult for young airmen and their families at Barksdale Air Force Base. Thanks to the W.T. Lewis Bulldogs, stretching their dollars and stocking their pantries will be a little easier.

 W.T. Lewis chose to support the Airman’s Attic as part of Bossier Schools’ “Helping Hearts: The Power of We” community service initiative. Airman’s Attic is a food pantry at the base that provides military members with staples as well as other items they may need but cannot always afford.

 The Bulldogs not only donated canned goods, but also toys, games, puzzles, backpacks and books for military-connected children. A “jeans day” was also held to raise funds and the school hosted a book drive to collect new reading material.

 As a result of those efforts, Principal Lisa Burns and Assistant Principal Jody Kaiser presented a check for $346 to Stefanie Markin, a representative of the Barksdale Airman’s Attic, as well as the many boxes of non-perishable food items, toys, books and more.

 For more information about the Barksdale Airman’s Attic, visit their Facebook page.

 Way to go, W.T. Lewis Bulldogs for filling a need and helping hearts!


“Shoes For SerDerrio”

One by one, kindergarten students at Benton Elementary School filed solemnly into the gymnasium with a pair of old sneakers in their hands and formed a circle.

They were ...more


Junior Achievement Teaches 200,000th Student at Meadowview Elementary

Junior Achievement surpassed a milestone when it hosted “JA In a Day” last month at Meadowview Elementary. The organization ...more


Jennifer Gulett Gets a Gold Star

Everyone appreciates a pat on the back for a job well done, but the one Jennifer Gulett got this week brought tears to her eyes.

Gathered in the gymnasium for an ...more


Rodes Supports Its Buddies in Buddy Walk

T.L. Rodes hosted its second annual “Denim for Down Syndrome Day” to support two students from their school as well as others across the area with the ...more