Skip Navigation
2018-2019 News and Information
Bowie myON Winners
02/04/2019

Jannel Cruz (front), third grade, shows off the certificate for four Pirates Bay Tickets she received in a drawing at Bowie Elementary for reading 10 or more books for the Mayor’s Winter Break Challenge through the Renaissance myON Reader program. The individualized reading program was made possible through a grant from Covestro, the school’s Partner In Education.  Pictured are (from left) Baytown Mayor Brandon Capetillo; Claudia Ovalle, third-grade teacher; Donna Mohlman, community engagement specialist for Lee College; Councilman Charles Johnson and Dr. Regina Sims, Bowie principal.

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

Jannel Cruz (front), third grade, shows off the certificate for four Pirates Bay Tickets she received in a drawing at Bowie Elementary for reading 10 or more books for the Mayor’s Winter Break Challenge through the Renaissance myON Reader program. The individualized reading program was made possible through a grant from Covestro, the school’s Partner In Education. Pictured are (from left) Baytown Mayor Brandon Capetillo; Claudia Ovalle, third-grade teacher; Donna Mohlman, community engagement specialist for Lee College; Councilman Charles Johnson and Dr. Regina Sims, Bowie principal.

 


 


Top readers in the competition that kicked off the Renaissance myON Reader program, an online individualized literacy program made possible through a $10,000 grant from Covestro, at Bowie Elementary. Covestro is Bowie’s Partner In Education through the Baytown Chamber of Commerce. Councilman Charles Johnson challenged students to read at least 10 books to be entered into a drawing for four tickets to Pirate’s Bay, donated by the City of Baytown as part of the Mayor’s Winter Break Challenge. Johnson further encouraged students to read during the holidays by offering a $25 gift card to the top six readers, one from each grade level. Pictured are (front row, from left) Anthony Hurtado, kindergarten: Layla Hernandez, first grade; Jannel Cruz, third grade, winner of the Pirates Bay Tickets drawing; (middle row, from left) Jazharia White, second grade; Mayor Brandon Capetillo; Pamela Santos, fourth grade; (back row, from left) Christian Velasco, fifth grade; Saul Velasco, third grade and Johnson.

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

Top readers in the competition that kicked off the Renaissance myON Reader program, an online individualized literacy program made possible through a $10,000 grant from Covestro, at Bowie Elementary. Covestro is Bowie’s Partner In Education through the Baytown Chamber of Commerce. Councilman Charles Johnson challenged students to read at least 10 books to be entered into a drawing for four tickets to Pirate’s Bay, donated by the City of Baytown as part of the Mayor’s Winter Break Challenge. Johnson further encouraged students to read during the holidays by offering a $25 gift card to the top six readers, one from each grade level. Pictured are (front row, from left) Anthony Hurtado, kindergarten: Layla Hernandez, first grade; Jannel Cruz, third grade, winner of the Pirates Bay Tickets drawing; (middle row, from left) Jazharia White, second grade; Mayor Brandon Capetillo; Pamela Santos, fourth grade; (back row, from left) Christian Velasco, fifth grade; Saul Velasco, third grade and Johnson. 
August Benoit (second from right), a fourth-grade teacher at Bowie Elementary, receives a Target gift card from Donna Mohlman (right), community engagement specialist for Lee College. Since fourth-grade students read the most books through the Renaissance myON Reader program of any grade level during the Mayor’s Winter Break Challenge, their teachers’ names were entered in a drawing. Also surprising Benoit and her students in her classroom are Councilman Charles Johnson (left) and Mayor Brandon Capetillo.

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

August Benoit (second from right), a fourth-grade teacher at Bowie Elementary, receives a Target gift card from Donna Mohlman (right), community engagement specialist for Lee College. Since fourth-grade students read the most books through the Renaissance myON Reader program of any grade level during the Mayor’s Winter Break Challenge, their teachers’ names were entered in a drawing. Also surprising Benoit and her students in her classroom are Councilman Charles Johnson (left) and Mayor Brandon Capetillo.

CONNECT WITH US

Copyright © 2016 - Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District