The Dispatch

School supplies for lower prices

School supplies for lower prices

Max Muzny, J1 Reporter

December 6, 2019

Every week day, two or three people come to the school, raise the metal rollup door, and open the Kennel. Students don’t normally use it; they just know that it’s there, but they aren’t exactly sure what it is. Some believe it is a school store, others think it’s a volunteer fundraiser, and some...

Dawgs declutter the lots

Dawgs declutter the lots

Brianna Lopez, Photographer

November 21, 2019

Clubs are now encouraged to contribute to the cleaning effort The excess amount of trash around campus has been an ongoing issue that the administration has constantly been trying to address. But in September, the school improvement team sent an email to all club leaders asking them to pick a day they...

New BOSS center

Katie Holme, News Editor

November 19, 2019

Program helps freshmen stay on track Due to the renovations that have altered campus, incoming freshman have had little time to adjust to the standards of high school. In order to help with this challenge, Bowie is incorporating a new system to support these freshman in hopes to instill good habits...

Autonomous cars in Austin fuel concerns for driver safety

Autonomous cars in Austin fuel concerns for driver safety

Samantha Thompson, Reporter

November 15, 2019

Austin: a city overflowing with live music, bats, and “Keep Austin Weird” stickers, can soon add self-driving cars to its growing list of unique sights. Austin is the third city to be announced by Ford in their Autonomous 2021 plan, following Miami and Washington, D.C. In their plan, Ford has ai...

Students petition for homework reform

Students petition for homework reform

Cade Spencer, Managing Editor

November 13, 2019

Between school, extracurricular activities, and homework, students find little rest in a constant daily grind. Although hefty workloads can cause students to feel overwhelmed and fatigued, it is their perception of the work that can create the most stress. With hours of work, students commonly see ...

Behind the Fence: Concrete comes pouring in by the truckload

Behind the Fence: Concrete comes pouring in by the truckload

Peter Dang, Editor-in-Chief

November 11, 2019

Construction crews have made significant progress in the last five weeks. The site has up to 30 workers on location now that concrete work has started. The weather has been permissive of the construction and the project is on schedule. All 91 piers have been drilled and poured. Crews are currently cons...

November 5 Ballot

Cade Spencer, Managing Editor

November 5, 2019

Proposed Texas amendments create a chance for change On Nov. 5 of this year, ten amendments for the Texas Constitution, approved by the state Legislature, will be up for election. If a proposition receives a majority vote, it will be adopted as an official amendment. Although voter registration h...

Annual Cabaret show

Annual Cabaret show

Shruti Patel and Shikha Patel

November 4, 2019

To hear from some of the students involved in this years cabaret click here for the podcast! The sound of music echoed throughout the theatre, the students danced and the audience was charmed as the choir performed the Cabaret Show. The Cabaret show is a student-directed, show that occurred this past...

Students lead conversation on acceptance

Students lead conversation on acceptance

Dylan Ebs, Reporter

November 4, 2019

A video plays on the projector in class. The video spreads an anti-bullying message, but it seems corny and generic. The video ends, and the teacher goes back to the curriculum for the day. Student Leadership is changing the way tolerance is taught. Student Leadership has been collaborating with the...

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