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     Mrs. Stevenson   
     
    Shelia Stevenson
       
    PRINCIPAL
     
    Shelia Stevenson is in her 7th year as Bowie’s Principal. She was formerly Permian High School’s Vice Principal and taught Reading, English, and Emerging Technology for 10 years at Ector Junior High. Mrs. Stevenson graduated from UT Arlington with a BA in Speech Communications and a minor in English. She received her Master’s degree from UTPB in Educational Leadership. Mrs. Stevenson’s favorite quote gives some indication as to her dedication to education.

    "The question is not whether we can afford to invest in every child, it is whether we can afford not to."

    Mr. Brad Behrendt  
     
    Brad Behrendt
       
     ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
     
     
    Mr. Behrendt is entering his first year at Bowie and starting his 28th year in education. He was previously at Odessa High where he was a teacher and coach. Mr. Behrendt has been in the classroom for 15 years and in Administration for 13. He graduated from Odessa High School in 1985. He graduated from University of Texas of the Permian basin in 1990 with his Political Science degree and in 1998 with his Masters in History. Mr. Behrendt has been married to Cheere for 28 years and they have one daughter Kali who is 25.    
    Mrs. Caballero  
     
     
    Virginia Caballero
     
     
     
     
     
     
    ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
     
      

    Ms. Caballero is in her second year at Bowie serving as an 8th grade Assistant Principal. Ms. Caballero is starting her 24th exciting year in education! Ms. Caballero graduated from Alpine High School and attended Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas. While attending Sul Ross State University, she earned a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies with Art, ESL, Bilingual and Spanish certifications, Masters in Counseling, Masters in School Administration and completed her Superintendent courses. In the 24 years of education, Ms. Caballero has served as a teacher, counselor, assistant principal and principal in different school districts throughout West Texas. Also, Ms. Caballero has served as an adjunct instructor for Odessa College in teaching counseling classes at the Pecos Extension Center in Pecos, Texas.

    “There are no barriers……only solutions.”

       
                            
     
     
    Mrs. Tullos

    Kris Tullos
     
     
     

     

    ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
    karen.tullos@ectorcountyisd.org 
     

    Mrs. Tullos is Bowie’s 6th grade Assistant Principal.  She was the previously the Campus Curriculum Facilitator and taught Math at Bowie.  Once a Horned Frog, ALWAYS a Horned Frog.  She graduated from Texas Tech with a B.S. in Education and a Masters in Educational Leadership.  Mrs. Tullos has taught Math from fourth graders to High School seniors.  She has also been an adjuct professor for both Texas Tech University and Odessa College.  She has taught in Odessa, Wolfforth, Lubbock and San Angelo.  Learning involves engagement that incorporates a variety of meaningful, relevant experiences of rigor with time to reflect and evaluate.

     

     

     
         

    Woods
    Karen Woods

     

    CAMPUS CURRICULUM FACILITATOR
    karen.woods@ectorcountyisd.org

     
    Ms. Woods is elated to be in her 18th year in education and even more excited to be spending it at Bowie Middle School! She started her teaching career in Amarillo, Texas as a Special Education teacher and advocate. She then taught 3rd grade before finding her true passion as a 6th grade English, Language Arts, and Reading teacher. Ms. Woods moved to Ector County in 2013 where she has been a 6th grade ELAR teacher, a Reading Specialist, and a Curriculum Facilitator at various campuses in ECISD including Milam Magnet, Austin Montessori, Pease Elementary and Nimitz Middle School. Ms. Woods holds a variety of certifications in both Texas and New Mexico that include Generalist, Special Educator and endorsements in English as a Second Language. She is currently working toward a Master’s Degree in Educational Law as she hopes to pursue a career in legal consultation for public schools, as well as teach college level courses..
     

    Jackson
    Kate Jackson

       CAMPUS INSTRUCTIONAL COACH
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on September 25, 2017