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  • BPSB to Hold Community Meeting in Benton

     

    Bossier Schools will hold a community meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, October 23 in the Benton High School Gym regarding the recent arrest of an employee. The meeting will also be streamed live at https://www.youtube.com/c/BossierParishSchoolBoard and can be viewed later for those unable to attend. 

    Representatives from The Gingerbread House, Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office, Bossier Schools and a team of child psychologists, counselors and other experts will be there to help guide parents on how to talk with their children about sexual issues outside the home and to offer support services.   

    Immediate help from trained professionals is available by calling (318) 773-5146 for anyone struggling with what has occurred.

    Bossier Schools is committed to ensure our students and their families receive every form of support the district can provide as we work together through this difficult time. 

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    Red Ribbon Week Posted 10/15/18

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    A Brief History of Princeton

    Princeton High School had its beginning, early in 1900, on the estate of the late Rev. John Hawkins.  A permanent site was purchased in 1910 and a one room frame building was erected.  From 1940-1964, the school was directed and supervised in its rapid growth under the principalship of Walter H. Martin.  During these years it grew from a four teacher elementary school to a school plant comprising two modern brick classroom buildings for grades one through twelfth, a vocational agriculture building, a canning center, a music center, a visual aid room, two teachers' cottages, a one-thousand seating capacity gymnasium-auditorium, a well lighted athletic field, and a 5,000 gallon water supply tower.  In 1968 and 1969, students at Princeton High School were offered the Freedom of Choice System. Students who wanted to integrate could. There were approximately 50 students during this time who volunteered to attend the Haughton School.  The senior class was able to hold their graduation ceremony at Princeton High School in May 1970. They were the last graduating class of Princeton High School.

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    Students

    493

    Grades Served

    4th and 5th

    Principal

    Stacy Crawford

    Student to Technology Ratio

    1:1

    District 

    Bossier Parish

    Superintendent

    Scott Smith

    Teachers

    30

    Report Card Grade

    B

    School Type

    Public School