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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 Barksdale Officers’ Spouses’ Club made a generous donation of school supplies. Treasurer Carol Beene and Membership Coordinator Annalies McDonald stopped by to present the items to Waller Principal Lisa Nix.

Following that donation, Lynn Stevens with the United Way made a special delivery of needed supplies on behalf of the Quota Club of Shreveport.

Waller extends a personal thanks to its generous community donors!


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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
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Stockwell Teachers Awarded

Prestigious Math Grant


Math class is about to even more fun at Stockwell Place Elementary, after two teachers received word they are winners of the Reflex Educator Grant to improve math fact fluency.

For a year, fifth grade math teacher Kristin Mosura and fourth grade teacher Carolyn Milford are being given the opportunity to use ExploreLearning Reflex. The math fact fluency program helps students develop fluency in basic math facts involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The grant is worth more than $3,000.

In case studies, Reflex has been shown to produce outstanding results for students of all ages and abilities. Reflex is game-based and highly motivational, so students enjoy the learning process.

“We congratulate Kristin Mosura and Carolyn Milford on being accepted in the Reflex Grant program,” said David Shuster, Ph.D., ExploreLearning Founder and Publisher. “We look forward to great results from the students at Stockwell Place Elementary School.”


Central Park, Waller Get A Visit

From Senator Peacock

Louisiana Senator Barrow Peacock paid a visit to Central Park and Waller Elementary Schools where he got lessons in reading, writing and ...more



The first day of the 2015-16 school year was a fantastic one at Kingston Elementary, which opened its doors for the first time. The Kingston Cubs were greeted by ...more


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Now that you have a new phone, what do you do with the old one? Donate it to Cell Phones for Soldiers.

Apollo Elementary School is collecting used cell phones for this worthwhile program, which recycles cell phones and uses the proceeds to provide calling cards to our military so they can connect with their loved ones while deployed. 

Phones will be collected the entire month of September. It's as easy as dropping them off at 2400 Viking Drive during normal school hours.


Benton Elementary and Middle Named World Archery Champions

Bossier Parish Schools can lay claim to not just one, but two world champions after Benton Elementary and Benton Middle hit the bullseye ...more


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Kerr Deemed A Fit-Friendly School

The Kerr Kats have it going on when it comes to adopting healthy habits.

Because of R.V. Kerr’s commitment to be a catalyst for positive change, the school has been ...more