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PLATT COWBOYS GIVE SRO THOMAS DELRIE A GOLD STAR ​​​​​​​

 

In his 37 years of law enforcement, Bossier Sheriff’s Deputy Thomas Delrie has never had so much fun or loved his job more than today. “I never would have believed second and third graders were this much fun, but they are,” Delrie said. “I can walk out in the hallway and you’re either getting a high five or a fist bump or a hug.” After spending decades on the streets cracking down on crime and chasing bad guys to protect the good ones, Delrie now walks the beat each day as School Resource Officer at Platt Elementary. And what an impact he has made in a short amount of time. <Read More

AIRLINE BAND RACKS UP ACCOLADES, MAKES SCHOOL HISTORY 

 

The Airline High Band has been on fire this season, bringing home numerous titles, trophies and making school history. And the year is not over yet. <Read More

 

BPSTIL STUDENTS RACE TO FINISH LINE, WIN AWARDS

 

From television production to automotive repair and racing, students at Bossier Parish School for Technology and Innovative Learning raced across the finish line at different competitions the weekend of November 11, clinching multiple wins. <Read More

"DANCING NARWALS" WIN BOSSIER PARISH MATHCOUNTS COMPETITION 

 

Bossier Parish middle school students did some serious number crunching Saturday, November 11. They were competing for the number one spot ranking at the 2017 Bossier Parish MathCounts Competition, held at Cope Middle School. <Read More

BOSSIER IS AN 'A' DISTRICT; AIRLINE AND HAUGHTON RECEIVE 'A' LETTER GRADES

 

Bossier Schools received its report card today from the Louisiana Department of Education, which showed big academic gains in the 2016-17 school year, earning it the designation as an ‘A’ ranked public school district. That makes Bossier one of 17 districts out of 70 in the state to receive an 'A.' Airline and Haughton High Schools also went up a letter grade, becoming ‘A’ ranked schools. Bossier High and Waller Elementary moved the needle as well and increased a letter grade; and Cope Middle, Plain Dealing High and Stockwell Place Elementary were named Top Gains schools, based on individual student progress. <Read More