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Motorists that have not passed by Apollo Elementary School this summer should take a detour and go down Viking Drive to see what is new.

Apollo has ...more




After a valiant fight, Stockwell Place Elementary fourth grader Jamarria Wade has passed away.

Jamarria succumbed to a form of pediatric cancer. She had received extensive ...more


Elementary School News

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 Schools Program) World Tournament, Benton's team of fourth and fifth graders competed against thousands of the best archers from across the globe. They faced off against teams from Africa, Canada, England and Mexico to name a few.

 On Sunday, once scores were tallied, Benton Elementary placed first out of the 30 teams, clinching the title of Elementary World Champions. A trophy ceremony was held that evening and the Tigers basked in the glow, realizing their dedication and hard work had paid off in a big way.

 Under the direction of Benton Elementary Archery Coach Perry Norcross, the team practiced two and three times each week over the summer, preparing for this ultimate skills test.

 The team was no stranger to competition, having already garnered the title of elementary state champions for 2013-14 and ranking eighth in the nation at the NASP tournament in May in Louisville, Kentucky. It was the win at the national level that earned the Tigers the right to compete on the global stage.

 A pep rally to celebrate the archery team’s big win will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday, July 17, in the Benton Elementary gymnasium. Everyone is not only invited, but encouraged to come out and cheer on the Tigers.  

 Congratulations to Bossier Schools’ own world champions -- the Benton Elementary Archery Team!




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

 To ensure a smooth transition, all new students, including kindergarteners, are encouraged to pre-register on the dates below at their school site. Be sure to bring a certified birth certificate, an up-to-date Louisiana health card, a Social Security card and proof of residence. This information is required to register. New students in grades 1-12 must also bring their previous school records.

Grades 6-12

July 28-August 1, 2014

9 a.m.-2 p.m.


Grades 1-5

July 28-August 1, 2014

9 a.m.-2 p.m.



(Students who did not pre-register on April 23)

July 31-August 1, 2014

9 a.m.-2 p.m.

*Kindergarten registrants must be five years of age on or before September 30, 2014


Kindergarten Screening

August 7-8, 2014

August 11-13, 2014

(Each kindergarten student will be assigned to attend school on one of these days)


First Day of School for Students in Grades 1-12

Thursday, August 7, 2014


First Regular Day for all Kindergarten Students

Thursday, August 14, 2014


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



As he pulls back on his bow, Lake Bradford is focused. Even with 16 other archers lined up on either side of him, the Benton Elementary fifth grader has his ...more