Fifteen recruits from six law enforcement agencies graduated from the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Training Academy in Plain Dealing Friday. The recruits from Class 017 officially became certified P.O.S.T. (Peace Officer Standards and Training) law enforcement officers and will report to their respective agencies for follow-on training and assignments.
Their performance on the ACT pushed Bossier Schools into the sixth spot among the top 10 districts statewide for overall composite score ranking. This reflects a five-place jump from the 11th place spot Bossier Parish occupied in 2015-16, marking one of the most significant gains made by a district.
“The Rivercities Triathlon brings elite athletes and novice triathletes into our area each year. We have had six-time ironman champion Dave Scott, and we always have people doing their first triathlon,” said Matt McVicar of Sportspectrum..
Benton Middle School and Kingston Elementary captured world titles in their divisions of the 2017 National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®) World Tournament and 2017 NASP World International Bowhunting Organization (IBO) 3-D Challenge held...
The vehicle will give students the opportunity to get hands-on training in diagnostics and maintenance. The mini-van will later be transitioned into the collision program, providing additional experience to those in that field of study..
“This is such a great day for the community of Haughton, for the entire Bossier Parish school system, all of Bossier Parish to have the latest and greatest school facility opening up,” said Bossier Schools Superintendent Scott Smith.
When the Cyber Innovation Center (CIC) was approached by Virginia’s Dept. for the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI) to discuss curriculum and workforce opportunities for its client students, Chuck Gardner recognized a chance to do something truly unique.