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Please see below for letters from Superintendent D.C. Machen and Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington regarding a very important matter.

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Congratulations Robotics Team First Place

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Congratulations Robotics Team - Third Place

Congratulations Robotics Team - First Place

Out of 120 teams competing from across Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, and Mississippi, and ranging from grades 3-5, Apollo teams won first place and 3rd place this past weekend at the robotics competition at the bossier civic center. 

LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PARENT RESOURCE PACKET

Click on the following link to get information from Louisiana Department of Education

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Congratulations to Students of the Month for January

Congratulations to Students of the Month for January

Kindergarten - Kinzee Hillman

1st Grade - Ashton Gosselin

2nd Grade - Tanner Webb

3rd Grade - Li Duong

4th Grade - Mark Engelke

5th Grade - Rian Allwazi

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Students of the Month for December

Students of the Month for December

Congratulations to the Students of the Month for December

K - Mason Stevans

1 - Sara Yagoda

2 - Antiese Vinson

3 - Victoria Trang

4 - Alex Aldridge

5 - Isa Periban

Letters to the Front Winner Carter Priestly

Letters to the Front Winner Carter Priestly

Letters to the Front Winner Adleigh Porter

Letters to the Front Winner Adleigh Porter

Young Authors Parish Level Winners

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Congratulations to Kayle Valencia, Colin Spinks and Bryeon Johnson!

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Bossier Teams Come Out On Top at RARC

 

 The challenge was on at the 2014-15 Regional Autonomous Robotics Circuit (RARC) Competition 2 on February 28 at the Bossier Civic Center, but Bossier Schools were up for the contest.

 Approximately 200 teams from school districts across the region vied for honors in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics competitions sponsored by the Cyber Innovation Center’s National Integrated Education Research  Center.

 Keeping with this year’s RARC theme of Exploring New Realms, teams were assigned a mission to program and autonomously navigate a robotic vessel through a simulated solar system. Elementary and middle school teams used their robots to build a command center on a new planet, gather resources to sustain life on that planet and employ their robots’ sensors to locate a neighboring planet.

The high school teams utilized their robots’ accessories to detect space debris hindering their path through the solar system on a quest to claim a planet. To earn the greatest number of points, high school teams were challenged with engineering a mechanism for their robot to autonomously plant a flag on the planet.

 Throughout Competition 2, teams accumulated points based on their performance and were ranked accordingly. In the elementary division, Apollo Elementary Team 3 emerged as the first place winner, followed by Curtis Elementary Team 1 in second place and Apollo Elementary Team 9 in third place.

 In the middle school division, Cope Middle Team 7 earned first place, while Cope Middle Team 10 captured second place and Haughton Middle Team 3, third place honors.

 The second place winner in the high school division was Parkway Team 1.

 “We are proud to see the students excel at these STEM and cyber challenges, said G.B. Cazes, Vice President of the CIC. “They are developing skills today that they will use throughout their academic careers a

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Congratulations to Annaleigh Carter in Mrs. Guest's class for winning the VFW Post 4588’s coloring of the American Flag contest.  Annaleigh won first place in the kindergarten division for all elementary schools in the area.

We Care Essay Winner Zhane Vailes

We Care Essay Winner Zhane Vailes

Flag given in honor of Apollo's Military Families

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District 9 Representative Henry Burns, who was contacted by Coach Puyear, presented a new flag to Apollo Elementary School.  The flag was flown over the state capitol.

$422.00 presented to Lanya Bernard for Breast Cancer Awareness

$422.00 presented to Lanya Bernard for Breast Cancer Awareness

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KNOW SOMEONE WHO DESERVES A GOLD STAR?

  There are plenty of them at Bossier Schools. You know the ones. Those who go above and beyond the call of duty. Those whose actions exceed their job description.

  There is no question the employees of Bossier Schools are what set our school system apart. From teachers and custodians to food service workers and counselors, they are all an important part of the Bossier Schools family and we want to recognize the ones who deserve a gold star.

  Last year, nine “Gold Stars” were singled out and awarded. Now, we are ready to do it for a second year, thanks again to the gracious support of Bossier Federal Credit Union. 

  Here’s how it works. If you would like to recognize someone as a “Gold Star” award recipient, nominate them!

  When you go to www.BossierSchools.org just click on the gold star at the top of the home page.

  It does not matter if you are a parent, colleague or community member. Anyone can nominate a Bossier Schools employee to be a “Gold Star.” Each month new entries will be accepted and judged by a committee. So keep nominating those that are deserving of a special pat on the back.

  Let us hear from you who deserves the gold!

 

 

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