Lowell School receives highest State report card grade
By Laura Swan
The Bisbee Observer
The state report cards for the 2013-2014 school year for the Bisbee Unified School District’s three schools have been released.
Greenway Elementary School dropped from a B to a C school, Lowell Junior High School improved from a C to a B school and Bisbee High School received a C grade for the third year in a row.
At a recent school board meeting each principal presented his/her school report card.
Greenway Principal David Gauch told the board the school would have probably received a B grade had several AIMS test scores not been invalidated. “Protocol was violated and 19 test scores had to be invalidated, we ....read full story (e-subscribers only)
B.R.A.T.S. roll down Main Street
The B.R.A.T.S. (Bisbee Rolling Arts Transport Society) made their way down Tombstone Canyon Saturday morning. According to event organizers, there were 15 entries that made their way down the canyon about 15 minutes before the scheduled start time. One of the entries was the Mule Mountain Medicinally Motivated Mobile Marijuana Dispensary, whose small marijuana-like plants drew a lot of attention while displayed in Grassy Park. The entry was created by the Davenport family. According to Calley Davenport, right, the entry was a family project, “the project was inspired by papa because he loves the herb.” Juanita Davenport, left, who is also a B ....read full story (e-subscribers only)
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