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Ocean Township School District (Monmouth County, New Jersey) - History
... It accommodated all students from Wayside and Oakhurst in grades one to eight from 1900 until 1958 ... The school is stilled used to this day for grades PK-4 and Special Education Disabilities Classes ... Avenue opened in 1958 as a middle school, serving grades five to eight ...
Evangeline Parish School Board - Schools
... Grades 5-12 Basile High School (Basile) Mamou High School (Mamou) Ville Platte High School (Ville Platte) Grades PK-4 9-12 Pine Prairie High School (Pi ... Stewart Elementary School (Basile) Grades PK-2 James Stephens Montessori School (Ville Platte) Other Campuses Evangeline Central/Social Skills and Academic Center (Unincorporated area) ...
St. Martin Parish School Board - Schools - Elementary Schools
... Grades 4-6 Breaux Bridge Elementary School (Breaux Bridge) Teche Elementary School (Unincorporated area cecilia) Grades 1-4 St ... Martinville) Grades PK-4 Parks Primary School (Parks) Grades PK-3 Breaux Bridge Primary School (Breaux Bridge) Cecilia Primary School (Unincorporated area cecilia ...
Sabine Parish School Board - Schools
... Grades 9-12 Many High School (Unincorporated area) Grades 7-12 Zwolle High School (Zwolle) Grades 4-8 Many Junior High School (Unincorporated area) Grades PK-3 Many Elementary School (Many) Grades PK-6 ...
Choctaw County School District - Schools
... Ackerman High School (Ackerman, Grades 7-12) Ackerman Elementary School (Ackerman, Grades PK-6) French Camp Elementary School (French Camp, Grades PK-8) Children at the French Camp Academy in grades ... Weir Attendance Center (Weir, Grades PK-12) French Camp Academy students in grades 7 through 8 may attend the school's technology preparatory program. 7th grade students may take career discovery courses, and 8th grade students may take computer discovery courses ...

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