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  Bossier Parish Senior Prepares for Second Brain Surgery  


  She is a beautiful 18-year-old senior who has hopes and dreams like everyone else in the Class of 2015. But first, Kendall Crosby must focus on what's less than three weeks away; brain surgery.


  Kendall has intractable focal epilepsy, a disorder that has meant multiple daily seizures since infancy. It has been a long struggle, but her family has not lost their faith an upcoming surgery less than three weeks away will mean a normal life.


  To read her mother's heartfelt story about Kendall's journey and to learn how you can help by simply purchasing a T-shirt, click here.  


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Parkway’s Pride of Pantherland Band Represents


 Louisiana Music Educators’ Association District VIII honor band auditions were held recently and Parkway’s Pride of Pantherland represented Bossier Parish well.


 Parkway band students placed in 13 of 16 first chair positions. The Pantherland Band also placed 35 musicians in the LMEA VIII district wind symphony and 27 of those PHS musicians qualify to advance to second round all-state tryouts October 10th in Pineville.


 Way to go, Panthers! Best of luck at all-state.



Vikings and Bucs Mean Business in Plano 


  The percussion sections at Airline and Haughton have something to beat their drum about.


  Both sections represented Bossier Parish and Louisiana well in the Class A Standstill Division I classification at the Plano Drumline Competition held in Texas.


  Airline placed fourth and Haughton placed second out of 11 competing bands. Haughton also took home best Tenor Line for the division. The only two Louisiana bands in the entire competition in all divisions showed bands from the Lone Star state they meant business!


  Way to go, Vikings and Bucs! 


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AHS Student Accepted to West Point

Dreams do come true. Just ask Airline High senior Jacob Engelke.

For as long as he can remember, Engelke -- or “E” as his friends call him -- has aspired to attend ...more


Parkway Dedicates Fieldhouse to Late Panthers Coach

The late Coach Max Rudd spent many a night calling plays at the Preston Crownover Stadium and giving pep talks to his beloved Parkway Panthers ...more


High School News




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.  One of those meanings communicates the fact that our own Head Coach Rodney Guin is back on the sidelines coaching his players to their current 5-0 record.  


As many may remember, Coach Guin suffered a massive heart attack last spring.  The players did not know if he would be at the helm this fall.


With this in mind, the cheerleaders from Haughton High School decided to do something to honor Coach Guin. What better way to do this than to sponsor a drive to support the American Heart Association and the cardiovascular team from Willis Knighton North who diligently worked to save our beloved Coach Guin?


The cheerleaders designed a t-shirt incorporating the AHA logo with #goredforrodney. They sold 489 t-shirts to students and their community, raising $6,315. Students were asked to wear their shirts to school and to the game October 3 in support of the American Heart Association and Coach Rodney.  


The cardiovascular team from WK North, along with Coach Guin’s family and the HHS cheerleaders, were on the field for the pre-game ceremony where Principal Gene Couvillion presented Jill Lucero, AHA representative, with the impressive check from Haughton High School.


This event also supported Bossier Parish’s “Helping Hearts One Week at a Time” community service initiative. Haughton High School chose to donate to a cause that has literally affected one of their own. With the hard work of the HHS cheerleaders, their sponsor, Kelli Shaw and the administration, Haughton High School has proven that the “Power of We” is stronger than ever.  

The AHA signs posted around the school summed it up nicely, “COACH GUIN, THIS GAME IS FOR YOU!”


Benton and Parkway Track Coaches

Nominated for National Coaching Award

Benton High’s Frank Trammel and Parkway’s Kent Falting are synonymous with success, both on the running track and off.


Airline Remembers Its Own While “Helping Hearts”

Once a Viking, always a Viking.

It has been eight years since beloved Airline High School junior Katy Watkins and two other classmates were given ...more


Parkway Helps Hearts at Barksdale

Each day the men and women at Barksdale Air Force Base do what it takes to protect our freedoms. That is why the Parkway Panthers decided to be the ones taking care ...more


Airline’s Tracey Sarvis Wins

$1,000 Classroom Grant

Lights, camera, action! That is what Airline High School teacher Tracey Sarvis will soon be saying in her French and AP Human Geography classes.

S ...more


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Benton High Yearbook Staff Wins Award of Excellence

The Benton High Yearbook Staff puts out one quality publication. Just ask around.

Last Friday, the 2013-14 staff was awarded the National Yearbook ...more


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AHS Student Selected As National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalist

It would be easy to feel intimidated when talking with Airline senior Abhishek Shah, but he exudes warmth, immediately putting you at ...more


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Fairway Friends: Benton High Seniors Eye Fourth State Golf Title

The following article appeared in the September 8, 2014, edition of the MetroLeader newspaper

By: Josh Guthrie

The story sounds more ...more


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Have talent? Here’s your opportunity to take the stage and show off your musical abilities and even win a fistful of cash.

Young ...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