Principal's Corner

Editor's note: Dr. Michael Warmack was named principal March 20. He took over at Bowie May 1.
warmack"Hello Bowie Community! It is with a profound sense of joy, respect, and honor that I assume the position of principal at Bowie High School. I was born and raised in Minnesota, but am a UTEP graduate who has lived in El Paso for almost 30 years. During the 20 years I have worked for EPISD, I have always known Bowie as a school with a proud history and strong traditions. In fact, Bowie's reputation is what made me want to come to this beautiful campus as its principal. During the short time I have already spent at Bowie I have not only seen some of the proud traditions and the strong school spirit that drew me here, but I have also come to learn that Bowie is not just a community, it's a family. I hope this will be the first year of many years in which I will have the honor of leading our great school. My commitment to my new family is to carry on the strong traditions, to always keep Bowie in the limelight that it deserves, and to ensure that the latest graduates of Bowie High School have the same pride and opportunities as those graduates who came before. My priorities are to increase the opportunities student have to earn college credit at Bowie and to make sure that every students is involved in a club, sport, or organization. Busy bears are happy bears!

Thank you,
-Dr. Warmack"



Mission statement

ALL STUDENTS OF BOWIE HIGH SCHOOL WILL RECEIVE A QUALITY AND EQUITABLE EDUCATION TO PREPARE THEM TO BECOME CONTRIBUTING AND PRODUCTIVE MEMBERS OF SOCIETY.



Welcome Bowie Bears



Important Dates

For The Class Of 2016



                Date​                                  Event

Monday, May 23, 2016        Cap & Gown/Graduation
                                               Pkg. distribution

Location

Portable #8           

Time

11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


              Date                                    Event

Tuesday, May 31, 2016           Senior Class Awards
                                                  Ceremony

Location 

Fine Arts Theater (Reception following in the Fine Arts Theater Foyer)


Time

6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.


             Date                                      Event

Thursday, June 09 &               Senior Clearance
Friday, June 10, 2016             


Time

8:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.


           Date                                        Event

Friday, June 10, 2016              Senior Cookout and
                                                  Graduation Rehearsal

Location

Courtyard Area and Fine Arts Theater


Time

11:45 - a.m. - 3:45 p.m.


          Date                                        Event

Sunday, June 12, 2016               Graduation

Location

Haskins Center UTEP


Time

7:00 p.m.




 

news

E.P.I.S.D. Power Up Initiative

Bowie High School is moving into the future.  All students at Bowie High School have a LabTop Computer waiting for them for the upcoming school year.  In order to be issued a LabTop, students need to complete a Responsible Use Agreement and pay a $29 Usage Fee. 

Forms will be given out during the Registration Process so that students can complete the necessary paperwork so they can be issued a LabTop.

Bowie High School esta moviendo hacia el futuro.  Todos los estudiantes de Bowie High School tienen una Computadora Portail de espera para ellos el ano escolar que viene.  Con el fin de ser emitido una Compuatdora Portail, los estudiantes deben completar un Acuerdo de Uso Responsable y pagar una cuota de uso $29.00.
 
Los formularios seran entregados durante el proceso de registro para lograr esto.


BOWIE GARDEN FEATURED ON COMMUNITY COMMONS BLOG

"El Paso, Texas has come a long way since ranked as the third-fattest U.S. city in 2012. garden 2A renewed focus on eating healthy and moving more is paying off; obesity rates in the area are dropping. In addition to local health departments and community organizations, schools are playing a big role in these changes by addressing health, culture and community all at once. At Bowie High School, students are getting exposed not only to gardening, nutrition education and business skills, they are reconnecting with cultural traditions that favor fresh and flavorful over processed and sugary..." 

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