The JBMS Teacher of the Year finalists are: Lynsey Wallman, 6th grade Math; Shawna Sykes, Health; Jerral Williams, 8th grade Science.
The JBMS National Junior Honor Society held a food and pet supplies drive to benefit the area shelters. Canned and dry goods were collected in the classrooms. This community service project is the 7th consecutive year that NJHS has raised and donated food.
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
The 2018-2019 Fort Bend ISD Academy application is now available through November 30th. For more information about the academies, go to the FBISD Academy website.
Students apply for academies in 8th grade. There are currently six academies.
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 www.pepsicorecycling.com.