PAWTUCKETâ€”School officials say George Grimes was a versatile English language arts teacher who had always received positive evaluations for his job performance. Therefore, the news of his arrest Thursday morning on child pornography charges rocked the Shea High School community as well as those on the administration side, said interim Schools Superintendent Patricia DiCenso.
â€śThis was not on our radar,â€ť said DiCenso. â€śWe're sad and surprised. And the children are sad. But the children's safety comes first, and Mr. Grimes has been placed on leave while we investigate this,â€ť she said.
Philip M. Bishop
WARWICK - Philip M. Bishop, 70, of Warwick passed away peacefully Tuesday afternoon at Kent County Hospital surrounded by his loving family. Born in Central Falls, RI. He was the husband of Shirley A. (DuFault) Bishop.
Mr. Bishop worked for Narragansett Wire for over ~20 years before moving into the Social Services field and later retiring. Phil enjoyed spending time with his family. Taking pictures of his family was one of his favorite hobbies. Some of his other passions were reading the Bible, sports, cars and computers.