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Curtis Elementary School

5600 Barksdale Blvd.

Bossier City, LA 71112

Phone: 318-549-6450

Fax: 318-549-6463

Principal: Terri Ann Bird

Assistant Principal: Julia Henry

Counselor: Farrah Comeau

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Upcoming events...


August 16      South Bossier Spirit Night

August 22      D.A.R.E. begins for Fifth grade

August 29      Open House Back-to-School Night

Curtis Elementary needs your HELP!

We have enrolled in the Kroger Community Rewards Program. In order to raise finds for our school, we need you to link your Kroger Plus Card to Curtis Elementary.

Approximately ten days after you link your card to the school, Curtis Elementary will earn rewards each time you swipe your card and make a purchase.

Click the Kroger logo to register your card and start earning money for Curtis Elementary.




New Celebration Guidelines

Dear Curtis Families:


As a recipient of the Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s 2015 National Healthy Schools Bronze Award, Curtis Elementary strives to help our students make healthy lifestyle choices.  Creating a healthy school for our students is important because we know that healthy students are better learners.


In keeping with our theme and further advancing our efforts, Curtis’ Wellness Team is working to earn the Alliance’s Silver Award for the Healthy Schools Program and we need your help in implementing our healthier celebrations initiative, which takes effect when we return to school after the Christmas break.







We want to send a consistent message about good nutrition and healthy eating, so it is important that our celebrations reflect the healthy changes being made throughout our school building. Between holidays and birthday celebrations, the number of high fat, sugary foods and beverages a student consumes during the school year can add up quickly.


At Curtis, we will begin celebrating with healthy, school-approved food and beverages, or without using food for celebrations. We may choose to celebrate using a fun physical activity or project for birthdays, holidays or school-wide celebrations. Two exceptions each school year are allowed – the most recent Christmas Party and our Valentine’s Party in February.


There are many fun ways to celebrate without food like a dance party, extra free time, or lunch with a teacher. We will be sharing additional ideas with you this year through the school newsletter, Remind messages, and the Curtis website.


A list of school- and state-approved guidelines and specific foods and beverages (formally known as Smart Snacks) can be found at http://louisianafitkids.com/#smart-snacks. Additionally, the Alliance has some fun ideas on their Pinterest page – see all of their boards by searching for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation.


Thank you for helping us create a healthier place for your child to learn! Curtis’ Wellness Team welcomes your suggestions to celebrate in a healthy and happy way!



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