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  • Campus Information

    Assistant Principals: 

    Treesia Brannon

    Lindsey Radford

    Counselors:

    Alissa Benoit

    Leslie Grant

    Nina Yates

    School Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

    Enrollment: 816

    School Colors: Blue and gold

    Mascot: Raiders

    Motto: Our success is driven by our diversity.

    Year Opened: 1968

    Feeder Schools:

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  • Brooks Baca
    Principal

  • Contact Campus

    Phone: (469) 752-4800
    Fax: (469) 752-4801
    Address: 
    2501 Jupiter Road
    Plano, TX 75074

  • AchievementsSelected as a National School To Watch (2014); Plano ISD Exemplary Writing awards; Texas PTA Membership award; National Spelling Bee (student finalist); Plano ISD Linguathon (first and second places); Teacher of the Year finalists; National Science Foundation (staff award); National Science Foundation – SCOPE Grant recipient; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Teaching award; Plano Education Foundation Grant inners; Texas Exemplary Performance award; Texas School of Excellence; Texas Education Agency Outstanding Performance Recognition; Southland / 7-11 Corp. Community award; Mervyn's School grant; Meadows Foundation Charitable Schools grant; SAFECO / Horace Mann Education grant; and LULAC Robotics grant.

    Campus ProgramsArt club; band; choir; orchestra; Bowman Raiders Achieving Goals (BRAG); boys & girls FCA; Challenging Algorithmics and Mathematics in Problem Solving (CHAMPS) club; cheerleaders; Community in Schools (CIS); international program; intramural soccer program; yearbook club; Keeping Education Your Stepping Stone (KEYSS) program; JOURNEY program, Junior Whiz Quiz; math counts; National Junior Honor Society; student council; and UTD tutoring program.   

    Parent Involvement OpportunitiesMentors; Parent Advisory Council; Parents as Partners; PTA; School Based Improvement Committee (SBIC); and various volunteer opportunities - tutors, office, library, copy room, chaperones and student recognition.

    Community/Business PartnershipsATMOS Energy; Capital One; Collin County Community College; Communities in Schools (CIS); Hill Chapel CME Church; HUAWEI; Plano-McKinney Homeless Partnership; Raytheon; Texas Instruments; and University of Texas at Dallas.

  • Bowman History

    Portait of George Washington Bowman.

    Bowman Middle School was built in 1968 and first opened as Bowman Junior High. It is named after banker George Washington Bowman (1844-1921), a Civil War veteran who later became a farmer. Mr. Bowman was one of the organizers of the Plano National Bank in 1887 and was president of its board until his death. He also served on the Plano city council and PISD school board. 

    Bowman Middle School was constructed at a cost of $1.4 million and has had three additions (1971, 1973, and 1992).