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Bossier School Nurses Win Simple Giving Contest


 Nurses for Bossier Schools can better help students maintain proper dental care, thanks to their efforts in the Simple Giving Program.

 Champions for Kids teamed up with K-12 school districts across the nation as well as Walmart and Colgate to collect dental care items for school-age children. Eighteen winning school districts collected nearly half of the more than 12,000 donated items and were awarded for their achievements. Bossier Schools was one of the regional winners, receiving $1,000.

 Not only do Bossier Schools’ nurses have toothbrushes, toothpaste and other personal hygiene items to distribute to children in need, the nursing department can buy more thanks to the prize winnings.



Bossier Teachers Win 2014 LACUE Awards


   Four Bossier Parish teachers have been singled out by the Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators for being tops in their field.

Spencer Kiper at Elm Grove Middle School, Lainey Hodge at Haughton High, Kelly Stough in SPED at the Evaluation Center and Tammy Hall, Bossier Parish Curriculum Coordinator were named 2014 LACUE award winners.

 They will be recognized at the 2014 LACUE Conference being held December 2-4 in New Orleans, where over 2,000 participants from throughout Louisiana are expected to attend.

 Congratulations to these four outstanding educators.



  Benton and Haughton Schools Ring the Bell and Staff the Red Kettles 


  Shoppers in Benton and Haughton probably saw some familiar faces Saturday, December 13 in front of Brookshire's.

  Faculty, staff and students from the schools in those areas gave their time during the holiday rush to ring the bell and staff the iconic red kettles on behalf of The Salvation Army.

  Benton Elementary was well represented and Benton Middle Assistant Principal Debbie Gegg and her daughter took a shift, as well as Benton High Assistant Principal Teri Howe and her little boy. 

  Princeton Elementary Principal Nancy Doerner Devers and her staff and students were out in force at the Haughton Brookshire's, as well as T.L. Rodes Principal Lisle Meador and her faculty who handed out candy canes and well wishes. Platt Elementary Principal Cathy Turner and Assistant Principal Stephanie Cockerell enjoyed their time, too, ringing the bell and meeting and greeting shoppers. 

  Altogether, their efforts between the two stores amounted to $1,272.63 to help The Salvation Army with daily operating expenses and to make sure children in need are not without toys under the tree this Christmas.  

  A big thanks to Benton and Haughton schools for the way you care for others! 


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Helping the Food Bank Is A Win-Win For Three Bossier Schools


What a blessing it is to be a blessing to others.

Tens of thousands of pounds of canned goods and pantry items were donated to the Northwest Louisiana Food Bank by area schools for distribution in the community. To make it fun for students, a canned good competition was held and those collecting the most were honored.

 Bellaire won first place in the Elementary Division, donating an impressive 6,846 pounds of food, which was the most of any school in Bossier or Caddo Parishes. Legacy placed second in the Elementary Division. Greenacres Middle School swept the Middle School category and claimed first prize.

 Checks for $1,000 were awarded to first place winners and $750 to second place winners, courtesy of corporate sponsors Frito Lay, Pepsi and Brookshire's.


 Congratulations, Bellaire, Legacy and Greenacres for a job well done. What a great feeling it is to know you filled such an important need and helped those without.


Bossier Schools Thank Our Veterans


 There were moving Veterans Day assemblies, military appreciation breakfasts, inspiring speakers, special visitors, an enlistment ceremony, parades and presentations.

 Bossier Schools paused to remember our nation’s veterans, both present and past, over the course of two weeks. At Stockwell Place Elementary, Veterans Day began with a special tribute from Carson Bourne that you can hear here.

 Enjoy the slideshow of the many ways Bossier Schools said ‘thanks’ to the men and women that have made the ultimate sacrifice and continue to defend our freedoms.


Bossier Schools Win Wray Ford Commercial Contest

Some Bossier Parish students got creative, pitching commercial ideas for Wray Ford and it paid off.

KVKI personalities Cory Ryan and Elizabeth ...more


Bossier Parish Schools' Top Teachers and Principals Recognized

Bossier Schools is blessed when it comes to outstanding teachers and administrators.

At a recent Bossier Parish School Board meeting, ...more


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Bossier Schools Is Helping Hearts and Embracing "The Power of We"

Welcome to the 2014-15 school year! Before closing the chapter on last school year, Bossier Schools would like to invite you to ...more


Bossier Schools Help Make It A Merry Christmas For Area Children


 It may have been cold and wet outside, but Bossier Parish students stopping by the Marine Corps’ December 12 grand finale of the Toys for Tots drive warmed everyone’s hearts by their spirit of giving.  

 Airline High School cheerleaders kicked off the morning on KTAL NBC 6 with some of the first toy donations. W.T. Lewis Elementary then brought a bus load of cheerleaders, Student Council members and the Poco Voci Honor Choir, who got everyone in the holiday mood with cheers and Christmas carols.

 The Bulldogs also came bearing gifts; 574 toys to be exact, to the delight of the Marines and Toys for Tots sponsors. The AHS Beta Club, Haughton Middle School and Plantation Park dropped off hundreds more toys to add to that tally, as well as  Apollo, Benton Elementary and Legacy.

 Butler Educational Center and Bossier Instructional Center played Santa for several children whose names were selected from The Salvation Army Angel Tree. The Salvation Army partners with the Marines to make sure area children have something special to unwrap Christmas morning.

 Thanks to the generosity of Bossier Parish students, more than 3,300 kids will have smiles on their faces this Christmas, thanks in big part to them.

 Now, that is something that warms the heart and is the reason for the season!


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Social Studies Teachers Recognized


 Each year school districts around the state choose outstanding Social Studies teachers at the elementary, middle and high school levels to represent them in the Louisiana Council for Social Studies (LCSS) Teacher of the Year program.

 Congratulations to Bossier Parish winners (pictured left to right) Elizabeth Oliver, who teaches American Studies at Greenacres Middle School; Eric Flowers, who teaches AP American History and AP European History at Airline High School; and Ashley Wynn, who teaches Social Studies at Curtis Elementary.

  You represent Bossier Schools well.


Nine Teachers Benefit From Sydney Biedenharn Educators’ Endowment

Nine outstanding Bossier Parish educators are on the receiving end of $15,000 in classroom grants, after being chosen for the first ...more


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Performance Scores Announced By Bossier Schools

The Louisiana Department of Education has released its annual report card for school districts throughout the state, revealing Bossier Parish Schools ...more


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Know Someone Who Deserves

A Gold Star?

There are plenty of them at Bossier Schools. You know the ones. Those who go above and beyond the call of duty. Those whose actions exceed their job ...more