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Bedford, Ohio - History
1905 - A new Bedford Central High School is opened (now part of Central Primary School, it is one of the oldest continuously operating school buildings in the area) 1927 ... This would later be known as Moody High School, then later Moody Junior High School. 1928 - The Vincentian Sisters of Charity open their convent ...
Zalma, Missouri - History
... The wheels were 40 inches (1,000 mm) high, made of solid black gum, with no spokes and six-inch (152 mm) tires ... They were arranged neatly in piles about four feet high and far enough apart for a wagon to drive between them for loading ... (Dan) Corbins built a new home on the corner, southeast of the red brick school ...
Minneapolis Public Schools - History of Minneapolis Schools
... Stevens opens the first school in Minneapolis on the shores of Lake Harriet with four pupils. 1849 The first private school opens in St. 1851–1852 Mary Schofield opens a school on the west side of the Mississippi River ...
West Des Moines, Iowa - Education - History of West Des Moines Education
... 1893 Valley Junction School District formed ... October 1895 First school opens at 415 7th Street. 1900 Longfellow Grade School was built, and the school at 415 7th st ...
Katy Independent School District - History
1898 The Katy Common School District (CSD) was formed to serve the town and surrounding communities ... A high school and elementary school were established in a home at Avenue A and Sixth Street in Katy. 1899 The city constructed a wooden one-room school house at the site of the current Katy Elementary School's playground, the school served all grade levels ...

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