Mary C. O’Brien Accommodation District #90 (MCOB #90) was established in 1948 to provide a school for students in the “New Camp” area at Eleven Mile Corner. The school was originally called the Eleven Mile Corner Accommodation School. It has since been named for Miss Mary C. O’Brien who was Pinal County School Superintendent for 26 years (1950-1976). The school at Eleven Mile Corner served . . .
Congratulations to………. Patricia Baeza … for the Fall Wellness Challenge.
Students are at more risk on our roads, in fact there are over 17 million near misses due to stop arm violations each year. As we near the start of another school year, it’s important to know the rules when sharing the road with school buses. Here’s what you need to know: Slow Down. Leave yourself extra time the first week of Back to School, there will be more traffic on the road. Set a Good Example. . . .