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CSC Helps Meadowview Students Start School Prepared  

 

  They have only been located in Bossier for a few months, but the employees at Computer Sciences Corporation are already reaching out as neighbors to make sure students have the supplies they need for a great 2014-15 school year. 

 

  CSC representatives Scott King and Lauren Schneider dropped by Meadowview Elementary with loads of school supplies, cleaning products, paper goods and uniforms. Schneider helped drive the campaign, encouraging colleagues to help donate supplies to kids in need. Principal Dr. Shelly Barrett and counselor Sheri Wynn were ecstatic to be on the receiving end of CSC's special delivery. 

  

  Thanks, CSC, for being Bossier Schools' newest community partner and helping make a difference for children. 


 

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Plantation Park says 'thanks' to First Bossier 

 

  Students at Plantation Park Elementary will be ready for class, thanks to the generosity of First Baptist Bossier. 

 

  The church donated backpacks filled with school supplies to children attending the school. Parents lined up with their kids to pick up their packs and supplies.

 

  Thanks to community partners like First Bossier, our children will be getting off on the right foot on their first day of school. 


 

Elementary School News
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Pardon Our Progress

Shining A Light On Illuminate

Now that the school year is underway, parents may be wondering where is School Loop and what is this talk about Illuminate?

Illuminate is an ...more


 

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  Calling All Boys! Boy Scouts of America Wants You to Be Prepared For Life 

 

  If you or your son is in first through fifth grade, adventure awaits! 

 

  The Norwela Council of Boy Scouts of America is holding its annual Sign-Up Night this Thursday, August 14, at your child's elementary school. To find out the meeting time and place, check with the school office. In the meantime, check this out. Then, get ready for the adventure! 


 

Benton Elementary Archery Team Wins World Championship

 

 Just call Benton Elementary School's archery team champions of the world.

 The weekend of July 12-13 at the 2014 NASP (National Archery in the ...more


 

KINGSTON ELEMENTARY

TAKES SHAPE

Kingston Elementary in Benton is quickly taking shape, almost a quarter of the way complete.

Construction Program Manager Clarence Babineaux with SGB Architects ...more


 

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NEW STUDENT TO BOSSIER SCHOOLS?

HERE’S HOW TO GET PRE-REGISTERED

 

 Entering Bossier Schools for the first time? Welcome to our school family! We cannot wait to meet you.

 To ensure a smooth ...more


 

Welcoming Our Kindergarteners and Their Parents

 

Everyone has a “first day”

When they feel sad and all alone.

It can be so scary

When you’re out on your own.

 

Take this tissue, dry your tears.

You’ll find lots of things to do.

You’ll probably make new friends,

And we’ll be together when the school day ends.

 

Here comes the teacher,

Blow your nose and be brave.

Come on now, wipe your eyes,

This is no way to behave.

 

“Well, good morning teacher.

We really must beg your pardon.

No, MOMMY doesn’t always act this way,

But it’s my first day of KINDERGARTEN!”

 

 Samantha, the mom of a new Bellaire Elementary kindergartener, managed to hold back the tears as her son walked into his classroom. When she walked away, though, the flood gates

opened. Her baby was now in Kindergarten and attending the same school Samantha did as a child.

 

 Kindergarten students and their parents were welcomed at Bellaire and throughout Bossier Parish Schools on Thursday, August 14. After escorting their children to the Kindergarten classrooms, Bellaire hosted a “Boo Hoo Breakfast” for parents and gave them a tissue, tucked in with the above poem. Principal Vicky Birtcher and her administrative team then treated moms and dads to breakfast and went over what to expect in Kindergarten.  


 While it is certainly an exciting time, it can also be an emotional one. But Mom and Dad, just wait until your child comes home and tells you everything they learned and the fun they had. They are going to have a great year and Bossier Schools is excited to have them and you as part of our family.


 

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Sarah Rhodes Wins “One Class At A Time” Grant

Even before classes begin, Princeton Elementary teacher Sarah Rhodes already knows 2014-15 will be a great year for her students.

When she stopped ...more


 

Campers Have a Dog-Gone Fun Time Reading

Sammie arrived at Meadowview Elementary all dressed up and ready to lend an ear to children wanting to read to her.

The wire-haired Dachshund was one of ...more