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Mandy Bourgeois

 
 As your student's English Language Arts and Reading teacher, my job is to help them communicate their big ideas with a larger audience in a way that will have an impact. Our theme for the year, "Words are Powerful," will show students that normal people have initiated change by writing powerful speeches, poems, essays, and books. Through words, we can make a difference. 
 
 I started my teaching career at Boyd in 2010 as the Technology Applications teacher. This is my sixth year teaching English. Prior to becoming a teacher, I spent six years as a newspaper reporter. I wrote news stories on a range of topics, from city council and school board meetings to feature stories on local heroes, for the Wise County Messenger and the Waxahachie Daily Light. 
 
I am the proudest member of the Fightin' Texas Aggie Class of 2004 where I earned a degree in journalism. I spent my first three semesters of my college career playing volleyball at Frank Phillips College in Borger.
 
I married Daniel Bourgeois in 2005 and we have two children and two dogs. I enjoy reading, running, writing, watching movies with my family, hiking, and camping. I have a terrible coffee habit that I don't intend to break. 

Schedule

First Period

8-8:50

Seventh Reading

Second Period

8:55-9:45

Seventh Reading

Third Period

9:50-10:40

Seventh ELA

Fourth Period

10:45-11:35

Seventh ELA

 

11:40-12:10

LUNCH

Fifth Period

12:15-1

Yearbook

Sixth Period

1:05-1:55

Conference

Seventh Period

2-2:50

Seventh Advanced ELAR

Eighth Period

2:55-3:45

Seventh ELA

 
Seventh-grade Advanced ELAR - @advjacket
Seventh-grade Reading (Bourgeois) - @7readmore
Seventh-grade English (Bourgeois) - @7writemore
 

Recent Posts

New Year, New Room for Yearbook Class

The BMS Yearbook class set up the room that will serve as the yearbook room, as well as the green screen and project room for the school. It was the perfect team building exercise and allowed students to take ownership of their learning space.
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