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Fourth-grader brings knife, pistol in backpack for school

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On Wednesday morning Bowie Intermediate School administration was notified of a possible weapon’s threat on the campus, and an investigation revealed a fourth grader had carried a knife and a pistol onto the bus to school inside his backpack.
Superintendent Blake Enlow posted a letter about the incident on the district’s Facebook page that morning. Enlow explained a youngster on the bus mentioned to the bus driver one of the students had a knife in a backpack. The driver in turn reported it to school officials.

Read the full story in the weekend Bowie News.

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Bowie bands prepare holiday concerts

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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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Red River Promise rally hosted at Bowie High School

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Just before the Thanksgiving break, North Central Texas College and Bowie High School hosted the Red River Promise Pledge Rally where they celebrated seniors who have already made the Red River Promise Pledge. Currently, 86% of the senior class has pledged, which is up from 64% of 2022 seniors who pledged. Also, the pledge is still open and any juniors or seniors can sign up now.

NCTC officials reported the following statistics from the program last year:

Bowie High School, Fall 2021 to Fall 2022:

Increased applications to NCTC from Bowie ISD Seniors by 17%.

Increased FAFSA completion by 58%

Increased NCTC enrollment from 11 students to 17 students

Increased NCTC scholarship applications from 1 student to 18 students

394 total community service hours completed by Bowie ISD

Bowie seniors who have signed the Red River Promise. (Courtesy photo)
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First graders enjoy Pioneer Day activities

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Thanksgiving bingo was in one class for Pioneer Day.
Amber Pelton donned Native American clothes to discuss animal skins during Pioneer Day.
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