It’s no surprise that there’s always something good to talk about at Bouse Elementary. On this page, we’ll post the latest news about student and class achievements, information about school events, and helpful articles for students and families alike. And be sure to check out our newsletter for up-to-date information about our school and community.
The red ribbon parade, which took place on October 19, had seven floats. Five of the floats signed up for judging. This parade is the kick off for Red Ribbon Week. Most of the festivities took place in Parker. This year we recruited two judges that did not have a connection to the school in any way. These judges will remain anonymous. The theme was “Make Drugs a Thing of the Past.” The non-school floats were judged by the following criteria:
- Theme and design portrayal
- Workmanship and materials
- Appearance and beauty
- Personnel and costuming
- Overall impression
There was a maximum of five points for each criteria. The results and total points were as follows:
- First place with a total of 39 points - VFW
- Second place with 29 points - Baptist Church
- Third place with 27 points - Friends of the Library
- Fourth place with 26 points - Bouse Booster Club
- Fifth place with 16 points - Regional Center for Board Health
The Bouse School District would like to thank everyone who participated either in the parade or watched the parade.