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|YEARS SCHOOLS BUILT||1866|
|GENERAL LOCATION||West of Afton|
|MODERN ADDRESS||Located on 22nd St. west of Neal Ave.|
|DISTRICT BOUNDARIES||About four square miles in the center of the county near Afton.|
|MEMORIES:||“In the fall and winter we always had…skunks. There was a break in the cement foundation where they entered and hibernated for the winter months. The odor from them almost ran us out of the school room. My father and some of the older boys in the school were always trapping them but the animals multiplied faster than they boys could trap them. This project wasn’t a specific tradition all over except in our school and always typical in the farm areas.” – Lenora Ellmann Stabenow|
|1865-6: Frank Ford
1898-9: Ida Brunner
1938-9: Jeanette Garbe
1939-40: Jeanette Garbe
Other teachers: William Boxell, Al Coney, Mary O’Brien, Sohpia Tyler, Mr. Van Sickles, Aaron Rosenquist, Dennis O’Connor, Mary O’Connor, Hannah Pialell, D.T. Gross, W.W. Hall, Emma Gage, May Black, Annie Rockstroh, Miss Peterson, Miss Morgan, Miss Jeans, Mrs. Esther Hedstrom Schoeder, Mabel Myre Sterling, Lucile Devan Vitalis, Adeline Pauley, Jeanette Garbe Schilling, Edythe Dahlgren, Mrs. Char Trost, Miss Alice Condon, Miss Gertrude McLaughlin, Mrs. Grace Rosenquist Nelson.