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Bossier Schools Hit Bullseye at Archery Tournament


 Arrows were flying as archers aimed for the bullseye at the 2nd Annual Northwest Louisiana Regional Archery Tournament, sponsored by Benton Elementary, Bossier Schools and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.

 Nearly 500 archers from Bossier, Caddo and Natchitoches parishes went head to head, hoping to win top honors for their school at the state qualifying tournament. Here are the results:

Elementary School division: 1st place, Benton Elementary; 2nd place, W.T. Lewis; and 3rd place, Legacy.

Middle School division: 1st place, Benton Middle; 2nd place, Cope; and 3rd place, Haughton.

High School division: 1st place, Benton High; 2nd, Caddo Magnet; and 3rd, Parkway High.    


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National Wildlife System Recognizes Bossier Educator


 Zac Burson has opened students’ eyes to the great outdoors, using the natural habitat of the Red River Wildlife Refuge as his classroom.

 Burson works with young people with autism and intellectual disabilities for Bossier Schools.

 The students’ work at the refuge has garnered the attention of the National Wildlife Refuge System, prompting an article about Burson’s program in its recent newsletter. Click here to read it.

 Zac Burson’s relentless pursuit to create opportunities for young people is unparalleled. We are glad he is getting noticed on the national level for the excellence he exhibits everyday in Bossier Parish.  



Helping Your Student Achieve Success


 As children return to school for the second semester, parents’ thoughts about Spring testing may increase as well as anxieties as they help with math homework.

 The Louisiana Department of Education has disseminated a parent resource packet chock full of helpful information to make sure children are prepared. Included are the top eight questions parents ask teachers about Common Core State Standards, tips for student success, and practice tests and guides as students prepare to take the PARCC assessments.

 Also available are math games and problem solving activities to support student learning, video clips to demonstrate math, reading and writing concepts and milestones for each grade level and much more.

 Delve into this valuable parent resource library by clicking here.


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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 ...more



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.


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Bridge Repairs Affect Bus Routes

Multiple bridge closures and weight limit reductions imposed by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development are having a direct impact on school bus ...more


Bossier Parish Announces

Students of the Year


 Three outstanding students will be representing Bossier Parish Schools next month when the regional Student of the Year competition is held.

 After an intense round of interviews, writing exercises and review of portfolios, judges made their picks for elementary, middle and high school Students of the Year.

 Superintendent D.C. Machen surprised each of the winners in class Tuesday, January 20, to personally congratulate them. Student of the Year Coordinator Judy Podner accompanied him and gave the students iTunes gift cards to go with the tablets they will be receiving from sponsor Citizens National Bank.

 Representing the parish as the Elementary Student of the Year is Layla Clayton, a fifth grader at W.T. Lewis. The Middle School Student of the Year is Makenzie Chaffin, an eighth grade student at Benton Middle School; and the High School Student of the Year for Bossier Schools is Abhishek Shah, a senior at Airline.

 Podner commented how impressed she was by the three students’ character.

 “They not only have a servant’s heart and show genuine concern for bettering their community, but they are also humble when asked about their accomplishments,” Podner said.

 Congratulations to our Student of the Year representatives for Bossier Parish. We are proud of you and know you will shine at Regionals.


Bossier Students to Embark On

Life Journey

Bossier Parish students will have an easier time deciding what they want to be when they grow up after going on a “Life Journey.”

In partnership with Cyber ...more


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, ...more


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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 ...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


Kassie Richardson Is A Shining Star

First impressions often make lasting impressions and that is where Bossier Schools’ graphic artist Kassie Richardson shines.

The hats she wears are many. For ...more


New BPSB Members, Officers Sworn In

President Outlines 2015

A new Bossier Parish School Board is now in place for the next four years after members were sworn in January 8.

Five new faces have ...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 ...more


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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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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