There will be an open house at the Bowie High School Ag. Building from 5 to 7 p.m. on July 31 to showcase the new machinery that will be available for students to use in the new welding classes offered through North Central Texas College.
Classes are being offered at the high school campus on machinery that will eventually be relocated to the new NCTC Industrial Technology Building that is under construction at the Bowie campus. The building has a March 2018 completion date.
Community members and prospective students are invited to see the brand new machinery that will be in the labs, as well as ask any questions about the programs or the new ITC expansion. Hot dogs and giveaways will be provided until they run out.
Danielle Wolf, career technology education dual credit coordinator, said area educators are looking forward to the new ITC, but they are are excited to offer new courses now, along with one dual-credit class now.
There will be one dual-credit course in the mornings from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Fall classes at NCTC begin on Aug. 28 and run through Dec. 15. The schedule will include special welding classes at Bowie High utilizing some of this new equipment. Open enrollment is underway weeknights at the local campus at 6 p.m.
Those with questions can call the campus at 872-4002.
Nocona bands rehearse Christmas concert
The Nocona School bands will celebrate the season with a Christmas concert on Dec. 8 in the high school auditorium.
The high school band will play at 7 p.m. and the middle school band at 6 p.m.
Local band students try out for All-Region
Montague County’s two high school band programs sent large groups of students to the Association of Texas Small School Bands All-Region Band Auditions on Dec. 3 at Graham High School. Several earned spots in the band and advanced to audition at the area level. Read about all the students in your mid-week Bowie News.
Bowie bands prepare holiday concerts
The Bowie High School Band and Choir will present “A Christmas to Remember” at 7 p.m. on Dec. 5 in the high school gym.
The groups also will be collecting donation items such as gloves, socks, toboggans, throw blankets and personal heaters to be donated to the Bowie Mission.
The junior high band and choir will have their holiday concert from 6-8 p.m. on Dec. 6 in the junior high auditorium.
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