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Voluntary Student Accident Insurance Available

 

Kids will be kids and sometimes accidents happen.

That is why voluntary K-12 student accident insurance is being made available through Bollinger Specialty Group. Insurance can be purchased for accident coverage solely at school or for 24-hour, round-the-clock coverage. The plans are not for health claims, only unforeseen accidents.

For more information, visit www.BollingerSchools.com.


 

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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


 

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Meet Our 2015-16 Teachers of the Year


 

“Teachers affect eternity; no one can tell where their influence stops.”

 

~Henry Brooks Adams

 

Bossier Schools is blessed to have the most highly effective teachers in the state who, each day, engage, excite and inspire the children who will one day be our future leaders. Teaching, after all, is the one profession that inspires all other professions. Their job is so much more than that; it is a passion. It is a calling.

We are pleased to announce the 2015-16 Teachers of the Year and district winners. Teacher of the Year is a state program to recognize outstanding teachers who are chosen from each school by their peers. District winners compete at the state level and one is chosen for the elementary, middle and high school levels.

The District Teachers of the Year are: Vanessa Powers, Central Park Elementary; Ruth Hill, Cope Middle School; and Alison Grooms, Airline High School. The 2015-16 Teachers of the Year are:

Elementary

Apollo, Lucia Wood; Bellaire, Wendy Perrin; Benton, Marsha Marbut; Bossier, Gloria German; Carrie Martin, Kyle Davis; Central Park, Vanessa Powers; Curtis, Christy Honea; Elm Grove, Lisa McGee; Kerr, Natalie Pope; Legacy, Sandra Jordan; W.T. Lewis, Kelly Avery; Meadowview, Suzanne Knippers; Plantation Park, Scarlet Pope; Platt, Trisha Knowles; Princeton, Danna Parks; T.L. Rodes, Janet Peppers; Stockwell Place, Tina Theodos; Sun City, Erin May; and Waller, Emily Opperman.

Middle

Benton, Lisa Thompson; Cope, Ruth Hill; Elm Grove, John Kendrick; Greenacres, Pam Anderson; Haughton, Cheryl Willhite; and T.O. Rusheon, Noel Spring.

High

Airline, Alison Grooms; Benton, January Dodson; Bossier, Cil Guerrero; Haughton, Miki Wallingsford; Parkway, Emmett Beggs; and Plain Dealing, Jennifer Dumas.

Unique Schools and Programs

Butler Educational Complex, Kimberly Woodard

Bossier Schools congratulates each of its Teachers of the Year. We appreciate everything you do to make a difference in children’s lives.


 

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Bossier Schools Receive $1 Million Grant to Benefit Military Connected Children

The Bossier School district continues to uphold its pledge to “Keep the Promise” to the military children we serve and ...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 description.

 There is no question the employees of Bossier Schools are what set our school system apart. From teachers and custodians to food service workers and counselors, they are all an important part of the Bossier Schools family and we want to recognize the ones who deserve a gold star.

 Last year, nine “Gold Stars” were singled out and awarded. Now, we are ready to embark on our fourth year of Bossier Schools’ employee recognition program, thanks again to the gracious support of Bossier Federal Credit Union.

 Here’s how it works. If you would like to recognize someone as a “Gold Star” award recipient, nominate them! It’s as easy as clicking on the gold star in the top right corner on the home page.

 It does not matter if you are a parent, colleague or community member. Anyone can nominate a Bossier Schools employee to be a “Gold Star.” The deadline is the first Friday of each month. The winner is then chosen and surprised at his/her workplace.

So go ahead. Nominate someone deserving of a special pat on the back. Let us hear from you who deserves a gold star!