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Chief! Chief! Chief!

The excitement in the air was palpable as the BMS community quietly waited in anticipation of the arrival of Chief Lougee. Upon her entrance to the gymnasium, the crowd erupted with hundreds of screaming fans holding her “face on a stick.” The celebration, in recognition of Sgt. Lougee's promotion from Sergeant to Chief, would not have been complete without a number of well-orchestrated crowd waves led by guidance counselor Joe Rider, as well as the crowd’s deafening chants of Chief! Chief! Chief! 

The festivities included a presentation of an engraved granite brick for the proposed Wildcat Habitat, donated by the BMS Student Council and presented by its executive board in recognition of Sgt. Lougee’s ten years of service as the district’s school resource officer (SRO). The Bow Explorers gifted her with a ring of handwritten student messages, and counselor Kate Estefan and Christy Romano presented her with faculty and staff messages of congratulations, as well as a basket filled with goodies and gift certificates. The schoolwide celebration culminated with one of Chief Lougee's signature crowd waves.
 The assembly could not have better demonstrated the success Sgt. Lougee has had on establishing a positive relationship between education and law enforcement in Bow.

Supt. Cascadden and Asst. Supt. Duane Ford from the SAU office, and Sgt. Phil Lamy and Officer Mike Murray from the Bow Police Department joined in the celebration, as well as special guest Mr. Robert Lougee, who showed that he could not be prouder of his daughter Margaret, Bow's newly-appointed Chief of Police.

What a great way for BMS to celebrate the accomplishments of Bow’s native Margaret Lougee (she was once the little girl in pigtails in Mrs. Martone’s fifth grade science class!). 

Congratulations and thank you, Chief Lougee!

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Sleigh Bells Ring...

On Sunday, November 27, members of the Bow Memorial School Chorus led the crowd of revelers in a sing-a-long of Christmas carols at the Annual Bow Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony. The event was culminated with the arrival of Santa Claus on a Bow firetruck. Hot chocolate and cookies were enjoyed by all.


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  • Bow Parks and Recreation Click here to view the holiday brochure.
    Posted Nov 3, 2016, 9:22 PM by Muriel Hall
  • Scholastic Book Fair November 4-10 Please make plans to come to our Book Fair and be involved in shaping your child's reading habits. Click here for all the details.
    Posted Nov 3, 2016, 9:23 PM by Muriel Hall
  • Student Volunteers Click here to volunteer for the Voting Day bake sale to benefit the Wildcat Habitat Playscape and Outdoor Learning Area. Thank you in advance for your volunteerism.
    Posted Nov 2, 2016, 3:10 PM by Muriel Hall
  • Grade 5 & 6 Halloween Dance Oct. 28
    Posted Oct 25, 2016, 7:10 PM by Muriel Hall
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