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Davison, Karen
TAP Master Teacher
Hadden, Suzette
Junkin, Claire
Pierrelee, Shaunna
Assistant Principal
Wood, Kelli
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Please be aware that Central Park will have painters in the front of the school begining Monday, August 1st. Please do not park in the front of the school. Please use both sides of the school. Thank you for your understanding.

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New Student Pre-Registration



July 26 – August 5, 2016

9 a.m. – 2 p.m.



(Students who did not pre-register on April 20th)

August 1 – 2, 2016

9 a.m. – 2 p.m.


All new students, including kindergarten students, MUST have a certified birth certificate, an up-to-date Louisiana health card, a social security card and proof of residence.  New students in grades 1–12 must bring previous school records.


Kindergarten registrants MUST be 5 years of age on or before September 30, 2016.

Kindergarten Screening

August 8 – 12, 2016


(Each kindergarten student will be assigned to attend school on ONE of these days.)


First Day of School for Students in Grades 1-12

Monday, August 8, 2016


First Regular Day for ALL KINDERGARTEN Students

Monday, August 15, 2016


Huge Back to School Uniform, School Supply Giveaway 

July 21, 2016  Huge Back to School Uniform, School Supply Giveaway This Saturday Getting children ready to go back to school can be expensive, but thanks to  Northpoint Community Church, help is on the way for families throughout Bossier  Parish needing assistance. Free school supplies and uniforms will be available at a Back‐to‐School Outreach  being held from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 23 in the Plantation Park Elementary gymnasium, located at 2410 Plantation Drive in Bossier City. All Bossier Parish  families in need are welcome.  “So many community sponsors are coming together in support of this great cause,”  said Ashley Santos, a Bossier Schools employee and member of Northpoint  Community Church. “We have over 200 volunteers ready to serve our community.” Anyone with a child attending school in Bossier Parish is welcome to attend.  Uniforms and supplies will be distributed to the first 1,000 families. Proof of  residency will need to be shown and children must accompany their parent. The  media is encouraged to help Bossier Schools publicize this event to reach families  that can use the help.  Community sponsors will also be providing free hot dogs and chips. A special thanks  goes out to Porter’s Cleaners for cleaning all uniforms that were donated for the  Northpoint Community Church Back‐to‐School Outreach.        Bossier Schools extends its gratitude to partners like Northpoint Community Church  for helping our children get started on the right foot the first day of school. 

Way to go Mrs. Schneider & Mrs. Alexander

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Bossier Teachers Awarded Thousands for Classroom Enhancements

 Twelve Bossier Parish teachers were awarded more than $18,600 in grant money for classroom enhancements today by the Bossier Optimist Club, living up to its continued commitment to be a ‘Friend of Youth.’

This is the 25th year the Bossier Optimist Grants have been handed out, totaling more than $402,000 to date. The grant program got its start when the daughter of Bossier Optimist Club member Al Yantis approached her father about the organization helping fund a set of books for her Bossier Parish classroom. 

 Projects granted vary, from interactive learning modules for elementary students to learn basic coding skills and an incubator, microscopes and other science related materials for kindergarteners to conduct environmental experiments to sets of Chromebooks to build math and literacy skills and video/editing equipment for foreign language students to write and produce feature films related to the Hispanic culture. 

Recipients of this year’s Bossier Optimist Grants and the titles of their projects are: Jill Hunter and Madora Abney, Apollo Elementary, Project: 3D; Toni Ward, Legacy Elementary, Project: Science Mobile; Calley Schneider and Leslie Alexander, Central Park Elementary, Project: CyberPatriot for STEM; Shuntay Wilson and Amber Pierce, Stockwell Place Elementary, Project: ‘Tis the Season for Reading; Brandy Hanks and Casey Lands, Plantation Park, Project: Saxon Phonics; John Kendrick, Elm Grove Middle, Project: Google Up; Deborah Lawrence, T.O. Rusheon Middle, Project: Math Talk; and Juan Alvarez, Benton High, Project: Premier Gala.

 Altogether, 65 grant proposals were submitted by Bossier Parish teachers. Each week, the Bossier Optimist Club works Bingo games to raise money specifically to award the grants.

 “The Optimists’ support of Bossier Schools is unparalleled and we cannot thank them enough for investing in our teachers, which is an investment in our children and their future,” said Scott Smith, Interim Superintendent of Bossier Parish Schools.


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Kindergarten    10:45 - 11:10

1st Grade       11:30 - 11:55

2nd Grade       10:48 - 11:13

3rd Grade       11:10 - 11:35

4th Grade       11:35 - 12:00

5th Grade       11:50 - 12:15

Pre-K            12:00 - 12:30

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A Kids Choice Foundation School
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Attention Parents!

Please read the attached letters from the Superintendent of Bossier Schools and Bossier Parish Sheriff Whittington about a very important issue.

Immunization Requirements

When registering your child for school, you must present a current

State of Louisiana Universal Certificate of Immunization

Click Here for information on immunizations!