New Track at Princeton Named
After Two Coaches
A new walking track at Princeton Elementary was dedicated May 28, bearing the names of two former coaches and educators who made a tremendous impact on children attending the school in the 1960s.
John Arthur Crockett and George E. Moore were honored posthumously at the track dedication by Princeton Elementary Principal Nancy Devers and the Princeton High Alumni Association.
Crockett coached track and field as well as basketball. He was inducted into the Louisiana Track and Field Hall of Fame as an outstanding coach. Crockett retired from the Bossier and Caddo Parish School Systems with 36 years of service as both a coach and administrator.
Moore coached and taught at Princeton High and in 1969, led his football team to win the state championship. He then coached football at Haughton High and later became Assistant Principal. He retired in 1986 from Bossier Schools.
Becky Reeves Is A “Star”
Ask parents and the principal at T.L. Rodes about Becky Reeves and they will tell you she is close to being a miracle worker.
The Early Childhood Special Education teacher ...more
Platt Helps Hearts At the
Bossier Council On Aging
Nothing beats the smile of a child and there were plenty to go around at the Bossier Council on Aging when second and third graders from Platt ...more
Important Information About Registration For Kingston Elementary
It's almost time to register your child for Kindergarten at Kingston Elementary.
On April 22, parents can drop by the school where they are currently zoned (Benton or Legacy Elementary) to register their child.
Completed registration packets will be given to Kingston Elementary once the attendance zone is approved by the U.S. Justice Department and finalized.
Carrie Martin Has Dog Gone Fun Supporting Bossier Sheriff’s K-9 Unit
Courtesy of: Lt. Bill Davis
Bossier Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer
Students and faculty of Carrie Martin Elementary ...more