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11/7/17

Bossier Schools received its report card today from the Louisiana Department of Education, which showed marked academic gains in the 2016-17 school year, earning it the designation as an ‘A’ ranked public school district. 

An increase of 9.4 points bolstered Bossier Schools’ District Performance Score to 101.1 and an ‘A’ letter grade, reflecting Superintendent Scott Smith’s vision for different teaching practices and increased student learning over the past year.

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. 

Those schools that previously received and maintained 'A' letter grades for the 2016-17 academic year include: Apollo Elementary, Benton High, Benton Middle, Cope Middle, Kingston Elementary, Legacy Elementary, W.T. Lewis Elementary, Parkway High and Stockwell Place Elementary. Needless to say, this kind of news deserved a celebratory pep rally and the one held was like no other. Click here to see the photo gallery.  

“I am excited beyond measure for our students and employees for the exhaustive efforts shown and outstanding job they did throughout the year amid sweeping curriculum changes and the academic performance bar being raised,” said Bossier Schools Superintendent Scott Smith.

“The School and District Performance Scores can be attributed to collaborative efforts at every level,” Smith continued. “Everyone at Bossier Schools is a piece of the puzzle, from teachers and students to administrators and support personnel. Credit must also go to our School Board representatives, who allowed us to do some very innovative things in the classroom to help ensure academic success. This is a great day for Bossier Parish Schools!”

Smith placed top priority on integrating Professional Learning Communities at each school and putting a mentor/mentee program in place to ensure every child has an adult they work with to chart their individual blueprint for academic success and personal best. A complete curriculum realignment was also implemented, changing the way the district teaches and tests students.

Earlier in the year, Bossier Schools claimed the sixth place spot for overall ACT composite score ranking in Louisiana and exceeded the state average in science scores by 10-percent on the 2017 LEAP proficiency exam. 

To see a particular school's performance score, or how the district performed, click here. 

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Butler Educational Complex is now home to:    

  • Charlotte Ann Mitchell Alternative Program
  • 1/2 Day HiSET Program (16-17 years old)
  • Bossier Parish Middle School Virtual Learning Academy

Thank You Simple Church for your generous donation to the HiSET Program!!

Thank You Simple Church for your generous donation to the HiSET Program!!

Thanks to Kroger for School Supplies Donation!

Thanks to Kroger for School Supplies Donation!

New Automated School Lunch Verification Process

In order to meet the needs of a growing number of students and improve the quality of the customer service we provide in our school cafeteria, the school system made the decision to implement palm ...more

Top Dawgs

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We Thank You...

Butler Educational Faculty & Staff

Bossier Federal Credit Union

Keith Rhodes & The Simple Church

Thank you for supporting our school! We appreciate everything you do!

Our Golden Yard Stick Winner! - Ms. Mary - Given to a staff member who goes above & beyond their regular duties

Our Golden Yard Stick Winner! - Ms. Mary - Given to a staff member who goes 
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2017 Students of the Week

Our 2016-17 Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Arcamo!


 

2016-17 BEC High School Student of the Year -- Seizion Campbell

2016-17 BEC Student of the Year -- Seizion Campbell

2016-17 BEC Middle School Student of the Year -- Damien Day

Middle School Student of the Year
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BEC Students of the Month

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Our pinwheel garden

Our pinwheel garden

Veteran's Day Artwork from the middle schoolers

Congratulations to our Support Person of the Year, Ms. Beatrice Brown!

Congratulations to our Support Person of the Year, Ms. Beatrice Brown!

The introduction of our new principal, Reginald Williams



 

Video embedded for more on the role of the school board

Money Magazine names Bossier City as the best place to live in Louisiana


 

Our Donuts w/Dad and Muffins w/Mom Event

Happy Secretary Day Ms. Brown

Bullying Policy - Zero Tolerance

Middle Schoolers Working Hard!

"There is power in you and me,
but even more in WE!!!"

Art Contest Participants, David Hilman and Xavier Lambert

NO Bully Zone

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NO Bullies Allowed...

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Mr. Leroy, working hard to always ensure our campus looks great!

Mr. Leroy, working hard to always ensure our campus look the best!

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Champions and Mentors Succeeding

Some of the Toys for Tots donations collected by the students and staff .

Some of the Toys for Tots donations collected by the students and staff .