By: Will Moore
“Eragon”, by Christopher Paolini, is a rather interesting and immersive book. The attention to detail is astonishing, and you will find yourself falling into the role of Eragon, fighting Galbatorix along with Saphira and others. Continue reading
By: Nicholas Westray
On December ninth the Bowling Green Junior High School’s band students attended their latest band concert. Throughout the year, at both home and school, these students put hours into practicing and learning music for this event.
By: Alexandria West
The 7 habits: Leader in Me are habits that our school want all students to live by and practice every single day. Each habit helps all students succeed in school and helps students make better choices in everyday situations. Each habit has a different meaning and can be used in many different situations.
By: Devin Lewis and Alex Perales
The All-district band is a group of of band students from different schools that perform together. Some students from our school that made All-District
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Rhys Wilson, 6th chair Flute
Maunil Mullick, 7th chair Flute Continue reading
By: Joe Howard and Ethan Klien
The Bowling Green Junior High cheerleading team is a great example for other teams. They show leadership, and teamwork. Ashley Pannell and Katie Tibbs two of the cheerleaders for BGJHS answered some questions about their upcoming season. Continue reading
By: Sarah Deaton & Caroline Buchanan
STLP stands for Student Technology Leadership Program, and it plays a big part in our school. Here at Bowling Green Junior High we have three STLP teams.
One is the newspaper teamthat has different reporters that write about many different topics and post it for the whole school to see. Continue reading
By: Sean Compton
Darby Tassell, age twelve, has recently returned to her friends and family here at Bowling Green Junior High School after living in England, alongside her parents, Continue reading
By: Nate Getch
Are you interested in a sport where you aren’t being nailed every two seconds? How about a sport where you have basically no chance of getting injured? If this is your idea of a great sport, then, have I’ve got the sport for you! The challenging game of chess.
By: Ethan Klein
Even though the 8th grade football players are done with their season, the grind doesn’t stop. 8th grade football players have the opportunity to go to Bowling Green High High Schools field house and practice with them. They go to the high school on the athletic bus and start conditioning with the high school players. Continue reading