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 SNEAK A PEEK AT 2014 ARTBREAK AWARDS  

 

  A reception was held September 16 to honor the young artists whose work was chosen during ARTBREAK 2014. These Bossier students' beautiful paintings and pen and ink drawings will hang for a year in the hospital rooms of Feist-Weiller Cancer Center's patients.

 

  The artists include: Angel Barfield, Haughton High; Baylee St. John, Haughton High; Brooklyn McLaughlin, T.L. Rodes; Erin Heard, Haughton High; Katie Boos, Legacy; Matthew Tompkins, Elm Grove Elementary; Rachel Maxwell, Benton High; Waylon Miller, Elm Grove; and Zach Colvin, Haughton High. 


 

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Applicants Sought for Prudential Spirit of Youth Awards


 

How do you make a difference? The Prudential Spirit of Youth Awards is one way to recognize students for their efforts and applicants in grades 5-12 are being sought to tell how they care.

 

The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program is the largest youth recognition program in the United States, basely exclusively on volunteer community service. The goal is to applaud young people already making a positive difference in their communities and to inspire others to think about how might also contribute.

 

The 2015 Spirit of Youth Awards are now underway. The top middle and high school volunteers in each state will be named in February. Ten State Honorees are then named America’s top 10 youth volunteers in May and includes a trip to Washington D.C.

 

For more information and an application, click on this link: http://spirit.prudential.com/view/page/soc

 

Submissions are due by November 4 to the school principal. Best of luck!


 

DISTRICT NEWS
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“Operation Santa Claus” Needs Help Spreading Joy

 

 The jolly old elf in the red suit needs your help making sure every child in Bossier and Caddo parishes gets a toy this Christmas. All that is required of you is lacing up your sneakers and taking a walk or run.

 

 The first Operation Santa Claus 5K Run is being held at 2 p.m. Sunday, October 5 on the LSU-S campus to raise money to buy Christmas toys for girls and boys. Operation Santa Claus is a joint effort with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office, Shreveport Police Department, Shreveport Fire Department and Townsquare Media.

 

 This is a family event so come dressed as an elf, Mrs. Claus or St. Nicholas himself. Funny and creative Christmas outfits are encouraged!

 

 After the kids’ half-mile fun run at 2 p.m. and the Operation Santa Claus 5K at 2:30 p.m.

there will be loads of things to do, from face painting and jumpies to the chance for kids to meet Elsa from Frozen and Captain America. There will also be food vendors and more.

 

 Early registration is $20 through 7 a.m. October 2nd. Registration is $25 after that until race day. Kids 12 and under can register for $15.

 

 To pay with a credit card, visit www.sportspectrumusa.com. If paying with cash or check, fill out this registration form and take it to SportSpectrum at 6970 Fern Avenue in shreveport.

 

 Help put smiles on the faces of more than 1,000 children by participating in Operation Santa Claus by walking a relatively short distance -- especially compared to traveling around the world in one night.


 

Bossier Schools Remember 9/11

Patriotism was evident throughout Bossier Parish Schools on September 11 as students remembered the victims of the nation's worst terrorist act in history.

Benton ...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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Illuminate Parent Portals Ready to Be Activated

We are happy to announce the kinks have been ironed out with Bossier Schools’ new student information system and the Illuminate Home Connection ...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


 

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Bossier Schools Wins National Award for Support of Military Children

Bossier Schools has long valued its partnership with Barksdale Air Force Base. Not only are we grateful for the military ...more


 

“Operation Santa Claus” Needs Help Spreading Joy

 

 The jolly old elf in the red suit needs your help making sure every child in Bossier and Caddo parishes gets a toy this Christmas. All that is required of you is lacing up your sneakers and taking a walk or run.

 

 The first Operation Santa Claus 5K Run is being held at 2 p.m. Sunday, October 5 on the LSU-S campus to raise money to buy Christmas toys for girls and boys. Operation Santa Claus is a joint effort with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office, Shreveport Police Department, Shreveport Fire Department and Townsquare Media.

 

 This is a family event so come dressed as an elf, Mrs. Claus or St. Nicholas himself. Funny and creative Christmas outfits are encouraged!

 

 After the kids’ half-mile fun run at 2 p.m. and the Operation Santa Claus 5K at 2:30 p.m.

there will be loads of things to do, from face painting and jumpies to the chance for kids to meet Elsa from Frozen and Captain America. There will also be food vendors and more.

 

 Early registration is $20 through 7 a.m. October 2nd. Registration is $25 after that until race day. Kids 12 and under can register for $15.

 

 To pay with a credit card, visit www.sportspectrumusa.com. If paying with cash or check, fill out this registration form, then stop by SportSpectrum at 6970 Fern Avenue in shreveport.

 

 Help put smiles on the faces of more than 1,000 children by participating in Operation Santa Claus by walking a relatively short distance -- especially compared to traveling around the world in one night.

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Bossier Schools Shatter

Enrollment Record

Bossier Schools continue to grow, exceeding projections and again marking record enrollment across the parish for the 2014-15 school year.

The final student ...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


 

Superintendent, Board Members and School Administrators Take ALS Challenge


When Bossier Schools Superintendent D.C. Machen accepted Benton Middle School’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, he took it ...more