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New House Bill 5 planning examined; ISD breakfast options debated

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Graduation plans and curriculum activities dominated discussion at Monday night’s Bowie School Board meeting.

Salli Page, new student support coordinator/district testing coordinator, updated the board on House Bill 5, related to new graduation standards. Page, former teacher at the high school, will be working at both the high school and junior high.

Tackling changes in the graduation plan has been quite overwhelming for school districts across the state. Page said she recently attended a conference on this subject and came home “feeling good about where we are in the process compared to some other districts.”

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Longhorns crown homecoming royals

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Reagan Ladewig and Jeremiah Perez were named 2023 Forestburg High School Homecoming Queen and King last Friday night. They took a victory lap around the field. (Photos by Jordan Neal)
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Bowie, Nocona hosting public forums on bond proposals

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Bowie Independent School District will continue the public bond meetings this week to explore the proposed $65.8 million bond.
Oct. 12 at the intermediate and Oct. 23 at the junior high. Meetings start at 5:30 p.m. with a campus tour, followed by the information session at 6 p.m. and questions at 6:30 p.m.

Nocona Independent School District will have its final bond public meeting at 7 p.m. on Oct. 20 in the middle school cafeteria. The district has proposed a $19 million bond issue for new classroom additions.

Both elections are on the Nov. 7 election ballot.

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MSU Texas helping Bowie cyclist meet her goals

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Jacelyn Reno likes wheels, adventure, setting goals, and speeding toward the finish line. And if one can see the world while accomplishing that, the Midwestern State University sophomore is up for that, too.
Reno, from Bowie, decided that Midwestern State University was a perfect place for her to set and reach her goals. And while her No. 1 sport is BMX racing, she also has found a home with MSU Cycling.

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Jacelyn Reno can smile at her year of cycling competition as she qualified for some top international events including the 2021 Red Bull pump track world qualifier in Portugal. She also is a member of the MSU Cycling team and she enjoys how that work fits in so with her BMX training. Her parents, Sean and Linda Reno, operate Bowie BMX Track in Bowie. Her sister Shealen also is an accomplished BMX racer. (Courtesy photo)
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