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AHS’ Eric Flowers Wins Overdyke Award

 

Airline social studies department chair Eric Flowers recently took first place in the graduate division of the North Louisiana Historical Association’s annual W. Darrell Overdyke competition for the best research paper on the history of North Louisiana.

 

Flowers, who is a history graduate student at Louisiana Tech, wrote a paper entitled “D.W. Spurlock and the Birth of Civil Aviation in Shreveport, 1925-1930.”

 

The Overdyke Student Awards are given in memory of the late Dr. W. Darrell Overdyke, who taught history at Centenary College for more than 40 years. The awards are made possible through the generosity of the late Martha Walker Overdyke and her brother, E. Laurence Walker of  Shreveport.

 

In addition to Coach Flowers winning a cash prize, his paper will be published in the association’s journal, North Louisiana History.


 

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Student Advances to National Oratorical Contest

 

Cole Billiot put his speaking skills to work, winning the Louisiana State Optimist International Oratorical Contest earlier this month in Lafayette.

 

The Parkway High School sophomore will now represent the state of Louisiana at the national level.

 

Congratulations Cole!


 

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AHS Student Named All-American

Airline High School student Christian Walden earned All-American status by placing in the National High School Coaches Association tournament held April 3-5 in ...more


 

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Airline Honor Choir to Sing at Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall in New York City is one of the most prestigious venues in the world for both classical and popular music and Airline High’s Honor Choir, ...more


 

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Bearkat Wins at National Level, Becomes Published Author

Bossier High freshman Micah Robinson is reaping the rewards from his days at Rusheon Middle School.

Last year, Robinson was in Charlene Cooper


 

High School News
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Class of 2016 Graduation

Ceremonies Scheduled

 

Where has time gone?The Class of 2016 is getting ready to don caps and gowns and receive their high school diplomas, marking the end of their years spent in Bossier Schools. We wish them success wherever their future pursuits take them.

Here's the schedule for graduation ceremonies:

 

Friday, May 13

6 p.m. -- Plain Dealing HS at PDHS

 

Saturday, May 14

 

(all ceremonies to take place at CenturyLink Center in Bossier)

 

9:30 a.m. -- Airline

11:30 a.m. -- Benton

1 p.m. -- Bossier

2:30 p.m. -- Haughton

4 p.m. -- Parkway


 

April’s Gold Star Award Goes to …

Derita Stinnett loves her job and it shows.

Each morning when faculty, staff and students arrive at Bossier Parish School for Technology and Innovative Learning, ...more


 

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BPSTIL Students Headed to

SkillsUSA Nationals

Students attending Bossier Parish School for Technology and Innovative Learning grabbed the gold at the 2016 State SkillsUSA competition and will soon ...more


 

Parkway Prepares For National CyberPatriot Competition

With the proliferation of technology comes a greater dependence on the skills students in Parkway’s after school CyberPatriot program are ...more


 

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Cyber Teams Win at Cyber Game Competition

One of the biggest threats to national security is a cyber attack that compromises millions of Americans’ bank accounts, cripples electrical grids and leaves ...more


 

Heide Anderson Earns a Gold Star

If ever there was someone who checks all the boxes as the perfect employee, parent, volunteer and friend, it is Heide Anderson.

Even though her two children have ...more


 

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Bossier Bearkats Win 4A State Basketball Championship

Photo and article courtesy of: Bossier Press Tribune

The Bossier High Bearkats defeated Washington-Marion 42-39 to win the Class 4A state ...more


 

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Parkway Students Win Fishing

State Championship

Parkway High School fishing duo Tyler Hilton and Caleb Crawford tipped the scales, reeling in the 2016 Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) Louisiana State ...more


 

 

Parkway Band Plays for the Governor

 

Parkway High School's Pride of Pantherland recently had the incredible honor of being the featured performer at the 52nd Annual Louisiana Governor's Prayer Breakfast, held in Baton Rouge.

 

The invitation to play March 23 came from Governor John Bel Edwards.

For more than an hour, Band Director Mark Minton led his performers in the Star Spangled Banner, hymns and marches.

 

What an incredible honor and experience for these talented musicians!

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Parkway Teacher Chosen for VING Project

What an amazing way to return from Spring Break!

Parkway art teacher Debi Jacobe was in for a special surprise during morning announcements when she learned ...more


 

Mrs. McGovern’s Big Adventure

Across the Globe

Meredith McGovern is not in her comfort zone and she is loving every minute of it.

The Parkway High educator is in the Republic of Georgia, once ...more


 

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Airline Students to Benefit from Metro Aviation Partnership

Students at Airline High School are getting an opportunity even some college students don't get.

In a first of its kind partnership in ...more