Tuesday Tidbits!!

Raider High! A Texas School To Watch CAMPUS!!

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We're Turnin Up the Heat!

for the 212⁰


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Happy Tuesday!!!

OH Happy Days! Feeling tired, feeling wary? Why? All of us should still be on cloud nine! We rock!! Words simply cannot express how giddy I still am about our newly awarded "TEXAS SCHOOLS TO WATCH" announcement!!! We are swimming with the big fish...and we do it with flare...with what we've got!!! You all are amazing!!! And....May the scores be with us!!! I'm cyberscreaming with all of these exclamation points....I'm just so excited!!

The counseling office will be creating some 212 STAAR WARS Challenge!!! Look around for a shirt you can order and for some creative stuff going up on those walls! Go Bowman!


It's National School Counselor Week!!

Have you hugged a Bowman Counselor today? Talk about some stretchy girls! They are flexible and amazing and we love you!!! Have a fantastic week!!!
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Kickoff to Plano ISD Education Foundation!!!

Let's meet and beat our goal for some free jeans!!! We gotta hit $1,780 or more to get there! Remember to turn in that form to Ambrah or Jordan!!!

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PTA Board Meeting

Wednesday, Feb. 5th, 5pm

Bowman Library

One Act Play Thursday and Friday this week!

Tuesday, Feb. 4th, 6pm

Bowman Competition Gym

Principal's Meeting (Gloria and Julianne Out)

Wednesday, Feb. 5th, 8:30am-1:30pm


7th and 8th Grade Girls and Boys "B" Team Tournament

Thursday, Feb. 6th, 5pm to Saturday, Feb. 8th, 12pm

Various Locations

7th Grade Boys and Girls Basketball vs. Hendrick-"A" Teams

Monday, Feb. 10th, 6pm

Boys are away, Girls are home

8th Grade Boys and Girls Basketball-"A" Teams

Monday, Feb. 10th, 6pm

Boys away, Girls Home

PTA Lifetime Members Honored!!! Mark Caspersen and Laurinda Burks!

Tuesday, Feb. 11th, 6pm

Southfork Ranch



Bowman Middle School

"Bowman spirit has grown leaps and bounds, but spirit never grows old." (Plano Star-Courier, May 14, 1969)

Bowman Middle School, built in 1968 and first opened as Bowman Junior High, was named for banker George Washington Bowman (1844-1921). A Confederate veteran, and later a farmer, Bowman was one of the organizers of the Plano National Bank in 1887 and served as president of its board until his death. He was also on the Plano city council and PISD school board. (A Century of Excellence: A History of the Plano Independent School District, 1999).