The staff of Bowie Intermediate School presents STEAM Night: A Celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math, Featuring Interactive Black Light Art Installation on Nov. 14.
Science teacher Stella Fowler said they are excited to announce the upcoming STEAM Night from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Nov. 14. This engaging and educational event will not only feature special guest presenters from the region who will share their expertise in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math, but also will showcase an interactive black light art installation titled “Geodes, Gems, and Giraffes.” This mesmerizing installation has been created under the artistic direction of art teacher Addie Enlow and intermediate students.
STEAM Night at Bowie Intermediate is designed to captivate the imagination and inspire creativity in students from grades three to five. Families and community members are invited to participate in this free event, where the focus is on interactive learning, innovation and fun.
Explore the creativity and innovation of Bowie Intermediate’s students as they proudly display their STEAM-related projects, showcasing their dedication and ingenuity.
Teachers expressed their enthusiasm about the event, stating, “STEAM Night is a celebration of curiosity and creativity. We are thrilled to showcase the talents of our students and provide a platform for them to explore the wonders of STEAM fields. The interactive black light art installation is a testament to the creativity of our students and the dedication of our teachers. We invite everyone to join us for an evening filled with inspiration and discovery.”
For more information contact 5th grade science teachers, Stella Fowler at [email protected] or April Tipton at [email protected]
Christie Walker retirement party Dec. 13
Christie Walker will be honored with a retirement celebration from 4-5 p.m. on Dec. 13 in the Bowie High School library.
Walker, who recently stepped down as assistant superintendent and moved into handling grant programs, has spent 28 years in education as a teacher and administrator. She came to BISD in July 2014 as curriculum director and her duties expanded into grants. She was named assistant superintendent in May 2018 and was interim superintendent prior to the selection of Blake Enlow as superintendent.
Walker was instrumental in juggling and documenting all the bells and whistles required to utilize the extensive COVID federal and state funding the district received in recent years putting the money where it will be most effective for the long-term.
Area bands rehearse for Christmas concerts
Area school bands are busy rehearsing for their holiday concerts. They invite you to enjoy an evening of holiday tunes to celebrate the spirit of the season.
The Bowie Junior High band and choir concert will be 6 p.m. on Dec. 5 in the junior high auditorium. It will feature the sixth grade, white and maroon bands and the junior high choir.
The Nocona Independent School District band program will present its band concerts on Dec. 7 in the high school auditorium. The middle school band will play at 6 p.m. and the high school band at 7 p.m.
The Bowie High School bands and choir will celebrate the Christmas season at 7 p.m. on Dec. 12 in the high school gym. It will feature the jazz band, Mighty Marching Maroon and the choir. Come out and share the warm feeling of the holiday season.
All these programs have free admission.
Pioneer Day enjoyed by first graders
During Pioneer Day the first graders go from room to room to take part in different crafts, story times and other interesting activities that have a historical bent.
These children used material and colored paper to make their version of a quilt. (Photos by Barbara Green0
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