6:15 PM - 8:00 PM "Family Matters" Parent Night at THS
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM 5th Grade Parent Night
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM "Reimagining Learning" Student Showcase
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM 5th Grade Campus Visit
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM NJHS Meeting
Travis High School and Bowie Middle School Parents are invited to attend this parents only event on Wednesday, February 21st at 6:15pm at Travis High School. The evening will cover the topic of substance abuse. We will have a special guest speaker Olympic BMX Coach, Tony Hoffman, as well as a panel of local experts on the topic. The cost is $10 per person which includes dinner box from Cane's, the guest speaker and the panel discussion.
See this FLYER for more information.
The 7th grade science classes designed and created habitats to understand shelters, food sources, and natural environments across the globe. Projects created by the students in Ms. Griffiths' class are on display.
The JBMS No Place For Hate Committee hosted Multicultural Day on February 16th, 2018. Students and staff participated in activities focused on the seven continents. Each department featured a continent and it's cultures, music, art, food, dance, clothing, and people. Students wrote in passports "Around the World" and learned and experienced the different parts of the world and cultures.
For more information on our No Place For Hate committee, click here.
Bowie Middle School parents can now access Schoology online. For help in accessing Schoology and other tips, click here. Schoology is an online learning management system that houses course curriculum, grades, teacher communication, and much more.
Overview of Steps to Access Schoology
Step 1: Have a Skyward Family Access Account. (If you don't have an account you will need to create one through the district's Family Access site.)
Step 2: Go to Schoology Login
The JBMS 8th Grade Career Day was held Friday, January 26th for students to hear from and experience different pathways of careers. The kickoff speaker, Travis High School Principal Julie Diaz, spoke to the Class of 2022 about the importance of being organized and having a successful freshman year in high school. 8th grade students also listened to breakout speakers representing multiple careers and fields. The keynote speaker, KHOU News Anchor Mia Gradney, ended the day with positive words. Gradney encouraged students to be persistent and keep moving forward regardless of obstacles. 8th graders will soon choose their high school course selections and endorsements for a career path.
Some students had some extra holiday cash to spend this season. Bowie Middle School students participated in the North Fort Bend Water Authority Essay Contest by writing about water conservation priority. 1st prize in each grade level was $300, 2nd prize $200, and 3rd prize $100. Here are the winners:
Sixth Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade
1st- Alexandra Hamilton 1st-Camille Glath 1st-Emily Wise
2nd-Ifesi Eboh 2nd-Grace McCutcheon 2nd-Peyton Hilfinger
3rd-Benjamin Fullen 3rd-Brett Arnold
Congratulations to all who participated.
The JBMS Teacher of the Year finalists are: Lynsey Wallman, 6th grade Math; Shawna Sykes, Health; Jerral Williams, 8th grade Science.
JBMS students campaigned and ran for office in Student Council and National Junior Honor Society with the goal of promoting servant leadership on campus and making a difference in the community. Here are the student officers for each organization for 2017-2018.
Juleette Akoma, President
Sanjani Seetepalli, Vice President
Brianna McDonald, Historian
Gracyn Huckabee, Secretary
Jamie Spriggs, Treasurer
Anvitha Simhadri, Parliamentarian
National Junior Honor Society
Co-Presidents: Scout Dawson & Juleette Akoma
Vice President: Nia Harris
Secretary: Chantel Le
Treasurer: Janelle N'Dri
Historian: Hayli Guillory