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BISD letter explains Nov. 3 shutdown of virtual learning

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This week the Bowie Independent School District Board of Trustees agreed with recommendations from the administrators to discontinue virtual learning with the superintendent announcing it will be effective Nov. 3.
Citing poor attendance by students across all campuses and failing grades, principals and administrators asked the option be removed.
In a letter posted on the district’s Facebook page, Superintendent Blake Enlow called the beginning of the 2020-21 school year like no other in the history of the district.
“We ended the previous year in a totally online environment and began this year with virtual learning as an option for some families. What has become evident during the last two months is this option is not reaching the educational outcomes our students need and our staff desires. Therefore, BISD will end virtual learning beginning Nov. 3 with the following exceptions,” stated Enlow.

Read the full story in the weekend Bowie News.

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BHS Class of 2023 plans fundraiser

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The Bowie High School Class of 2023 will host a spaghetti dinner to benefit Project Graduation.
The meal will be served from 5 p.m. to sell-out at the high school cafeteria on Jan. 31. This will be the last fundraiser of the year and everyone is invited to help make it successful.

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Public invited to tour BJH Science Fair

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Bowie Junior High School will host its science and engineering fair on Jan. 17 and the public is invited to attend and see the projects.
Rachel Wesley, fair coordinator, said she was able to find some “awesome judges,” from the community and she is excited for the fair.
Located in the junior high cafeteria, the fair will be open to the public from 5:30 to 6 p.m. on Jan. 17. Judging will take place from 4-5:15 p.m. that day.
“The kids would really like to show off their work to the community. Make plans to attend,” said Wesley.

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Youth fair opens its 2023 run with full day of new events

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The Montague County Youth Fair got underway Wednesday for its four-day run. The new Leadership Day opened on Wednesday with a new array of contests for youth to enter. Thursday marked the first day of two and a half days of livestock judging, as well as judging for food, shop and art. (Photos by Barbara Green)

Bryce Demore, Forestburg 4-H, won the junior division in the barbecue cooking contest with his outstanding spicy chili glazed meatballs. See all the results in the weekend Bowie News and watch for the Winner’s Circle Wednesday.
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