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  • ACE students learn during summer projects

    ACE students learn during summer projects

    This year students from Bowie Elementary attending ACE Summer Camp focused on Teamwork. Students worked on a beautification project of the Bowie Elementary patio and on some K-nex projects while learning about the history of the wheel and transportation through the ages. The patio project is a work in progress, but is already receiving a lot of positive feedback. As a culminating activity parents were invited to come on campus and watch our first ACE Desert Derby, where students raced the vehicles they built. While working on these various projects, students learned the dynamics of building a successful team and all proudly displayed their work.

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  • Students shake and learn

    Students shake and learn

    Bowie Elementary has continued the shake and learn program that the campus featured in its highlight walk last month. The program, which brings together physical activity with learning, has been a huge success for the TBEC Honor Roll school. View this video for an inside look into the exciting new learning program.

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  • ACE Lights On Event

    ACE Lights On Event

    The third grade students of the Bowie Elementary ACE program performed at the district Lights On event.

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    Bowie shares program that combines learning, fun

    Bowie Elementary takes extra time out of the day for their students to have extra physical activity while learning concepts they are being taught in classrooms. This time allowes the teachers to plan different assignments and work together, while the students enjoy learning and fun.

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    Bowie earns TBEC Honor Roll for 5th consecutive year

    For the fifth consecutive year, the Texas Business Education Coalition has named Bowie Elementary, 309 West Lincoln Street, to its distinguished Honor Roll list. The award is reserved for the elite schools in the state. Only four percent of the over 8,000 schools in Texas received this recognition for sustained, academic excellence.

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