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Bossier Schools Recognized For Graduation Rate

The Bossier School System was in the spotlight at a Step Forward news conference when the non-profit cradle to career educational organization issued ...more


 

Teachers Get Ready For School Year 2015-16

 

What are Bossier Parish teachers doing during the summer? Getting ready for the next school year!

About 40 educators from across the district are spending two weeks learning new, hands-on strategies to teach math to their fourth and fifth grade students. Curriculum Coordinator Cathi Slack and Cope Curriculum Coach Dr. Anita Szombathelyi are leading the Math Science Partnership workshop.

It’s just one more way Bossier teachers rock!


 

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Calling All Student Musicians and Vocalists

Apply for Shout Out Festival 2015

Love to sing, play the drums or wail on the guitar? Here’s a chance to showcase that talent.

The Shout Out Festival 2015 ...more


 

DISTRICT NEWS

Bossier Teams Shine at

DI Global Finals

Some 70 Bossier Parish students were shining stars on the international stage, making an impressive showing at the 2015 Destination Imagination Global Finals ...more


 

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Bossier School Board Saves Taxpayers Nearly $700,000


Today marks the final step in action taken by the Bossier Parish School Board that will save taxpayers nearly $700,000.

A total of $25 million in ...more


 

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STARBASE Celebrates A Milestone

When fifth graders at W.T. Lewis Elementary recently began classes at STARBASE, they helped the center mark a milestone.

STARBASE, housed at Barksdale Air Force Base, ...more


 

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Love to Read?

Literacy Volunteers Are Needed

 

Did you know in Northwest Louisiana last year more than 33-percent of third graders were not reading fluently? This percentage translates into an alarming 2,133 students in our community who are not reading proficiently. Sadly, these children are four times more likely to drop out of school than their literate peers.

With your help, we hope to change that.

Bossier, Caddo, Desoto and Webster Parish Schools have partnered with Step Forward, a  cradle-to-career initiative, to improve the outcomes for children and youth in our area. Step Forward utilizes a “collaborative impact” approach – where business, education, civic, non-profit, and faith-based sectors work together to create action plans focused on some critical developmental points in a child’s journey to adulthood.

So where do you fit in? One way Step Forward addresses the literacy issue is by recruiting and training school-based volunteers to work with third grade students who need extra support and practice reading. Every single one of those 2,133 students needs and deserves the opportunity to work with a literacy volunteer.

 

Please help by attending one of the informational meetings being held June 25 and July 2 to learn how easy it is to make a difference in a child’s future. Click here to learn more. Training will begin July 13.

For more information, please contact Laura Alderman with Step Forward at (318) 221-0582 or via email at alderman@cfnla.org.


 

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Optimist Club of Bossier Awards $15,000 to Teachers

Seven Bossier Parish teachers are on the receiving end of $15,000 in grant money for classroom enhancements, thanks to the generosity of the ...more


 

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Archery Teams Shine At Nationals

Bossier Schools’ archery programs were in the national spotlight again, making sure everyone knew they were at the top of their game.

More than 12,000 archers from ...more


 

Out of District School Transfer Request Forms

Out of District Forms will be available at all schools and centers Friday, May 1, 2015.

Deadline to submit: Majority to Minority (M/M)

Monday, June 1, 2015

 

Deadline to submit all other request:

Monday, July 20, 2015

 

Forms must be returned to:

Bossier Parish School Board/Annex II

P.O. Box 2000

Benton, LA 71006

 

Forms will not be accepted after the deadline