Student Population Projections: View the 2014 report which was recently updated to project what the student enrollment of the District would be over the next ten years.
T.L. RODES ROLLS OUT "NO PHONE ZONE" BANNERS, CAMPAIGN
Each day at T.L. Rodes Elementary, hundreds of PreK through first graders are dropped off in car line by their parents. While the administration makes safety a top priority, they are asking drivers to do the same by making school campuses a “No Phone Zone.” <Read More>
COPE YOUTH LEGISLATURE HAS PRODUCTIVE SESSION, GATTI ELECTED GOVERNOR
The Cope Youth Legislature team had a most successful session in Baton Rouge. Not only was it Cope’s first time to participate in the March 23 legislative event, but it was one of only three schools to pass more than one law during the session and claim elected positions from the top down. <Read More>
A CELEBRATION OF EXCELLENCE HONORS TOP STUDENTS, EMPLOYEES
It was the VIP event of the year for Bossier Schools. Dozens of students, teachers, principals and school support personnel were recognized for being the best of the best at the Celebration of Excellence banquet, sponsored by Citizens National Bank. <Read More>
ROSEMARY GRIMM CHOSEN AS STATE TEACHER OF THE YEAR SEMI-FINALIST
Bossier Schools is elated to announce Princeton Elementary teacher Rosemary Grimm has been chosen by the Louisiana Department of Education as one of its 2018 Teacher of the Year Semi-Finalists. <Read More>
BOSSIER SCHOOLS TO HOLD ANNUAL MEMORIAL SERVICE
The annual Bossier Parish Schools’ Memorial Service will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, May 1 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 2565 Airline Drive in Bossier City. This special service is held to remember those students and employees who have passed away during the 2016-17 school year, including last summer. Please join us for this remembrance ceremony. Everyone is welcome.