Roadtrip Nation : Putting alternative school students on the road to careers. See article on EdSource.Org
Bowman English teacher Kathleen Watson honored as a finalist for Region 8 Educator of the Year for the California League of High Schools. See story
This year, two of Bowman’s students received recognition in ACSA’s Every Student Succeeding Program. See story
Robert Tyo, a Bowman graduate, stopped by to get an official transcript for a possible job opportunity with the LAPD. He has been a Los Angeles County Emergency Paramedic for the last five years. His picture was snapped with his former Bowman teacher Mike Mansfield.
Bowman sends off Bill Sanders and welcomes Danny Ross as Bowman's new Information Technology Specialist. Bill was thanked for his commitment and hard work keeping Bowman's technology up-to-date and for helping teachers with their technology needs. Bill was wished good luck and much success in his new position as Network Systems Administrator for the Hart District.
Bowman students collaborated with students from throughout the Hart District during the October 21st DFY IT Youth Summit. According to Bowman's Counselor Ami, "It was pretty awesome!"
Bowman High School Students explore careers with Road Trip Nation. See story
Bowman staff, showing support for students to explore college/post-secondary education options, wear T-shirts representing the college/university they attended.
Bowman students attend the annual College/Career fair to explore post-secondary education and career options. See story.
Victor Roma was thanked by staff and celebrated for his 13 years of dedicated service to Bowman High School.
On August 11, eight teens Peers on the Way to Everlasting Rediscovery (POWER) completed the ten week summer mentoring/work experience program. For two months, the teens worked throughout the community completing projects with SCV Senior Center, Community Gardens at Central Park, Graffiti Task Force, and the City’s Parks division as part of the work experience program. City employees also mentored participants and served as role models, providing input on career planning, networking, professionalism, and managing responsibilities. The teens also participated in 3 day/2 night youth leadership camp at Lake Castaic State Recreation area, educational trips to the Museum of Tolerance and USC.
Tristian Harris-Holden (BHS);
Eric Rueda (HHS);
Octavio Andrecillo (GVHS);
Carter Campbell (GVHS);
Akira Hemer (GVHS);
Tahjeem Johnson-Rahmaan (SHS);
Don Miguel White-Carrington (SVJHS)