Bossier High Faculty Opens Free Christmas Shop For Students
Bossier High junior Renard Robinson took care of all six nieces and nephews on his Christmas list without spending a penny, thanks to an idea teacher Cil Guerrero had late one night.
She asked Principal David Thrash if the school could open a Christmas store, free for students to do their shopping. Faculty and staff cleaned out their closets, children’s rooms and garages and brought from home toys, clothing, perfume, sports equipment -- the donations ran the gamut and filled the school library.
For two days, the Bearkats were allowed to shop at the Christmas store during lunch break, enabling them to select presents for their siblings, nieces, nephews and parents.
Robinson was all smiles as the items he chose were bagged.
“I got some toys, a vacuum, a lot of clothes and a basketball for my little brother, so this is a help,” he said.
“It’s been the biggest blessing to me,” Guerrero said happily.
Airline’s Abhi Shah Chosen For
U.S. Senate Youth Program
Airline High School Senior Abhishek Shah has another honor to add to his growing list and this is a big one.
Shah received word from the ...more
Senior Project Leads
to Teen Bodybuilding Titles
Senior Project has led to new discoveries for countless Bossier Parish students. Many have explored potential career opportunities, some have poured ...more
Parkway Cross Country Stars
Two Parkway High School athletes have made both school and state history.
Hayden Kingfisher and Sara Funderburk both won the 5A individual state titles for ...more
1 SCHOOL, 1 TEAM, 1 HEART
Submitted by: Holly George
Haughton High School Graduation Coach
Haughton High School’s spirit theme has taken on several meanings for the players and students this year. On ...more