For Bienville Parish Schools it's the largest leadership change in forty years. Five new principals have been hired to bring change to the school district. Last year Bienville Parish school officials self-reported testing problems discovered at two of the parishes schools, Gibsland-Coleman School in Gibsland and Crawford Elementary in Arcadia. Bienville ranked 50th out of 71 public school districts and was one of three Northwest Louisiana parishes whose 2012 test scores were worse than 2011. Further test scores from the Gibsland-Coleman Complex school came into question, prompting an investigation. So this year the superintendent made a bold move toward change and now five out of the eight schools in the district now have new principals leading the schools in the direction Superintendent William Britt wants to go."We feel like that we have some quality people that'll be added to staff that's already strong," said Britt. For Dorothy Wilson the position and Crawford Elementary is bitter sweet. The hometown principal is back from Maryland where she been working for eighteen years. Wilsons says she's glad she's able to come home and give back to her own community. "My vision for this school is to develop a school culture of care, respect and trust," said Wilson. And with that approach she believes the school scores will increase because the parents, the school and the home will be working together. School starts for the teachers in Bienville Parish this coming Monday and for the students a couple days later.