A message from 5th grade student council
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13 June,2016By: Diana Guzzi
Dear Bowen Elementary School Families,

        On Friday morning, Bowen 5th Grade Student Council members met with the recipient of the Bowen Legacy Scholarship.  This scholarship is a social action project for the 5th grade Student Council.  Emma Lee is a graduate of the Newton South class of 2016 and a former Bowen student.   The 5th graders had many questions about life after Bowen and were excited to hear about all the interesting classes, fun clubs, and exciting activities that lay ahead of them at Oak Hill and Newton South.  She told them, “Don’t worry about the future too much, because it will all work itself out.  The teachers are there to help you be prepared.”  Middle school and high school gave her many opportunities to try new things and make lots of new friends, but know that your elementary school friends are still there for you too.  Her final message to the students was clear: don’t take what you have for granted, and use all of the opportunities provided by the Newton Public Schools to follow what you want to do.  Emma will be a freshman at UMass Amherst next fall and plans to study education.  We wish her the best of luck for her future ahead!  We would like to raise money for the Bowen Legacy Scholarship fund.  But, due to the drizzle and lack of cars at the carwash this year, we didn’t make our annual goal of $1000. Donations can be dropped off in the lobby or the main office. We hope you can donate and support the Bowen Legacy Scholarship!

5th grade student council
Bowen Elementary School


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