• Six NJHS Students Receive $500 Outstanding Achievement Scholarship

    The JBMS National Junior Honor Society celebrated six of its members who received the National Outstanding Achievement Award and $500 Scholarship this year. They are Kylie Miller, Sarah Calvin, Yatri Patel, Alejandro Marquez, Cristian Robles, and Cole Collins.

    The recipients will receive the scholarship in a 529 College Savings Account toward college tuition. The application was based on character, community service, and academic achievement. Last year, JBMS had one scholarship recipient--this year's current NJHS President, Lizbeth Perez.


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  • Cheer Team Selected for 2017-2018

    Congratulations to the following students who were chosen for the JBMS 2017-2018 Cheerleader Team.

    Lillian Henderson, Allie Andersen, Caitlyn Moore, Addison Knierieman, Kylie Lauter, Milli Tatlonghari, Olivia Amador, Niya Holster, Nia Harris, Nicole Dupuis, Brianna Schuh, Regan Tijerina.

    The cheerleader sponsor is Ms. Lynsey Wallman.



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  • 8th Grader Chosen As 2017 Jason Argonaut

    8th Grade student Noor Mohamed-Salinas was chosen to become the 2017 FBISD Student Argonaut through the Jason Learning Program. Per the Jason Learning website, each year, one student and one teacher is selected to represented FBISD through a generous donation from Chevron to go on an all-expense paid expedition to conduct scientific research. The Argonaut trip is an incredible adventure and can be a true life-changing experience. As such, each spot on the team is highly coveted. Every year students and teachers apply for the program through JASON, competing against their peers around the world for the chance to be on the next JASON Argonaut team. Each student applies through a highly competitive and rigorous selection process, submitting an extensive array of background information that provides testament to their character, dedication, academic abilities, communication skills, and most importantly, enthusiasm for science. Their personal essays, video statements, reference letters, and academic records are reviewed by a committee of JASON staff and FBISD administrators familiar with the program, who score the applications and make the final team selections.

     Noor Mohamed


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  • NJHS Applications Go Out April 10th

    ****update******(change of date to go out)

    Current 7th graders who have an 85 average in their core subjects for this year will receive an application letter to apply for National Junior Honor Society for the 2017-2018 school year. Applications are due April 20th to Mrs. Lange in room 211. Acceptance letters will go out April 26th. The NJHS Induction Ceremony will be held May 4th at 7:30pm in the commons. For more information, go to the NJHS Webpage.


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  • STAAR Testing for 7th & 8th Grade March 28-29th

    STAAR testing for 7th and 8th graders will take place March 28th and 29th.  Please review the attached letter that was sent out to parents about lunches, testing times, and visitors for state testing days.  The cellphone policy is attached.  Please review this with your student.  Any device that connects with the internet falls under the cellphone policy. 

    Cell Phone Policy

    Letter to 7th Grade Parents for STAAR

    Letter to 8th Grade Parents for STAAR


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  • Soccer to Debut at Bowie in April

    For the first time, JBMS will offer competitive Soccer for 7th and 8th grade students starting this April. Tryouts are March 29th from 4:15-5:30pm. Contact Coach Taylor or Coach Doremus for more information.


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  • 8th Grader Wins 4th Place at Science & Engineer Fair of Houston in Mascot Design

    Emma Johnson, 8th grader, took honorable mention (4th place) overall in the Science and Engineering Fair of Houston in the Mascot Design category. Her design was judged in creativity and artistic quality. The SEFH is an event for students in grade 7-12 to compete and display their understanding and application of technology and science.


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  • 6th Grade Students Win JBMS Science Fair

    Congratulations to the following students who placed in the JBMS Science Fair.

    1st Place--Madison Besecker

    2nd Place--Shelly Beck

    3rd Place--Jasmynne Clerk

    Honorable Mention--Emily Vo


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  • Plastic Bottle Recycle Rally Sponsored by STUCO

    During the week of Feb. 27th through March 3rd, JBMS Student Council will host the first annual Recycle Rally Week at Bowie during lunches. Students will create the iconic triangle Recycle symbol with plastic bottles at lunches. The recycling symbol will be on display through March 10th. Plastic bottles will then be picked up and sent to the Fort Bend County Recycling Center in Rosenberg. PepsiCo Recycling is sponsoring the event in conjunction with JBMS Student Council. For more information, go to



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  • Martinez Named Campus Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Carlos Martinez, our JBMS Campus Teacher of the Year. Coach Martinez teaches 6th grade Science, and he also coaches football, basketball, and track. He is very active outside the classroom as well as in the community. Congratulations, Coach Martinez!


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  • FBISD District/Campus Survey Results

    Click on the document below to view results of our campus survey completed by parents, staff, and students.

    Climate Survey Results


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