6:30 PM - 8:00 PM 8th Grade Awards Ceremony
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Band Spring Concert at THS
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Choir Banquet
JBMS will honor its outstanding 8th grade students at the 8th Grade Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, May 23rd at 6:30pm in the commons. The ceremony will be invitation only, and all family and friends are requested to attend. Invites to 8th grade students who are receiving an award will go out on Thursday, May 17th.
On Monday, May 7th, James Bowie Middle School students heard from Maurine Molak, who is the founder of an organization named David’s Legacy. The foundation was named after her son who took his own life at age 16. The foundation is dedicated to ending cyber-assisted bullying, providing support for victims, promoting kindness, and supporting legislation that prohibits the cyberbullying of minors. Following the presentation, Bowie hosted a Parent Summit for community members to come speak on mental health, Internet safety, and cyberbullying.
For all grades, students should choose books from the following list.
For On-Level ELA classes-- choose ONE novel from the Texas Library Association’s 2018 Lone Star list. Find the TLA list here: http://www.txla.org/groups/lone-star
For PreAP ELA classes--Choose TWO novels from the Texas Library Association’s 2018 Lone Star list. Find the TLA list here: http://www.txla.org/groups/lone-star
Students will be assessed in the Fall in class in ELA class.
THE FORT BEND COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PROUDLY PRESENTS THE 21st ANNUAL Kids & Cops Summer Camp 2018. The camps will be held Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Students participating in the camp will enjoy team competitions, a day of fun at Main Event and an exciting trip to Typhoon Texas Waterpark in Katy as well as other great activities. The cost for the camp is only $75.00 and will include lunch Tues-Thurs, drinks and snacks each day, a camp T-shirt, a team bracelet, souvenir cup, cost for the field trips, and other camp activities. This camp is open to students ages 10, 11, and 12. Students must be 10, 11, or 12 on the 1st day of the camp they are enrolled in.
Click Here for the flyer and more information.
James Bowie Middle School inducted the 2018-2019 new members at the Induction ceremony held on Tuesday, May 1st, 2018. Current 7th graders who held an 85 overall average were given the opportunity to apply for membership into the organization. Also at the ceremony the current 8th grade members were honored for their outstanding community service and awarded medals. For more information about NJHS, contact Joey Dyrud-Lange at email@example.com.
The JBMS Cheer team for 2018-2019 has been chosen. They are:
The JBMS Coding Club placed 4th at the FBISD Scratch Competition on Wednesday, May 2nd. Ernesto L. placed 4th overall. Sponsors Mr. Dan Doremus and Mrs. Susan Kocher worked with the club to perform and compete at the competition held at the FBISD Annex.
Fort Bend ISD has implemented Standard Response Protocols, which is part of a nationwide effort to simplify and standardize emergency response in schools. Students and staff are trained in accordance to this system and regular drills are conducted.
For more information about safety and training in FBISD, 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 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.
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