By Charlie Carmichael
The Dora School has made great progress this past week on the building in between high and elementary. The construction crew is hard at work and it is really looking good. I can tell you it is certainly not going to look the same as the time goes by.
The BPA students are serving a brisket lunch in the school cafeteria today from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. They will take donations for their expenses on trips in competition.
Tuesday begins work on New Mexico Standard Based assessment test for grades 3-9 and 11. Testing is everyday through March 16.
The FFA students are working hard for the judging to take place in Carrizozo on Saturday.
On Thursday, the end of our fourth nine-week grading period ends on March 3rd. Then grades will be sent out to parents.
Trivia answer last week: The Declaration of Independence was signed on the bottom. This week: In computer language, what do we call a unit of information eight bits long?