The Bowie School District Board has appointed Wendy A. Conger as its new superintendent.
Conger has 30 years of experience as an administrator, program director, and a teacher. She graduated with a Master’s in Special Education, a Master’s in Educational Leadership, and a Bachelor’s in Elementary Education.
“Mrs. Conger brings high energy to the district,” said Cochise County School Superintendent Jacqui Clay. “Several of her goals include increasing academic growth, and improving community support, ownership and trust. She also plans to recruit and retain certified teachers, and to promote a positive and safe learning environment.”
She added, “The school board is honored that Mrs. Conger will be assuming this critical leadership position for the Bowie community.”
The school board has also welcomed a new member, recently appointed by Clay. Jeff Goodman will be sworn in at the next board meeting on March 13 at 6 p.m. at the District Administration Building located at 315 W. 5th Street.
“As a community member of Bowie, Mr. Goodman has great vision and passion and will do the right thing for teachers, students, and the community. He has contributed to the beautification of areas, such as the logo of the school painted on the town’s water tank to instill school spirit and pride. He will do a wonderful job serving on the board,” Clay said.
For more information about Bowie School District visit www.BowieSchools.org
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