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State of Education to pull back curtain on future of Bossier Parish schools


The Bossier Chamber of Commerce will facilitate the discussion about challenges and successes of Bossier Parish Schools at their State of Education this week.

Featured speakers will include Superintendent of Bossier Schools Mitch Downey, Bossier High Principal David Thrash and W.T. Lewis Elementary Principal and 2019-20 Louisiana Elementary Principal of the Year Lisa Burns.

At this breakfast event, you can stay up-to-date on what is happening at Bossier Parish Schools. Gain knowledge on topics such as school accountability, letter grades, the state of higher education and more. This is a chance to learn about the vision for the future of the district.


The event will be held Wednesday, October 23, 8:30 a.m. at the Bossier Parish School for Technology and Innovative Learning, 1020 Innovation Dr., Bossier City. You can get tickets at https://www.bossierchamber.com/shop/state-of-education-october-2019/.

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