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Postcard showing Burton Avenue Public School. It will later be named King Edward Public School and currently is Unity Christian High School.
Central School, which became Victoria School in 1920, was located on the Northwest corner of Owen Street and Collier Street. It was demolished and the second Post Office replaced it after 1958. This too was torn down and a Scotia Bank sits there now. Notice the (now gone) steeple of Trinity Anglican Church behind the school.
Ms. Goodfellow (Baker) teaches at a Vacation Bible School held at 13A Innisfil Huronia Public School.
Students pose with teachers at a summer Vacation Bible School at 13A Innisfil Huronia Public School.
Students display posters a Vacation Bible School held at 13A Innisfil Huronia Public School.
Students pose with a nativity scene at a summer Vacation Bible School held at 13A Innisfil Huronia Public School.
Students in the primary class at a summer Vacation Bible School held at 13A Innisfil Huronia Public School.
Mrs. Henry poses with the boys from the summer Vacation Bible School held at 13A Innisfil Huronia Public School.
The West Ward School, later known as Prince of Wales School, on Bradford Street.
East Ward Public School or King George School located on Blake Street where the Parkview Centre now stands.
Looking at Central Public School (later named Victoria School) on the North West corner of Collier Street and Owen Street. The original school was destroyed by fire in 1881. The second building is seen here.
School bell at Parkview Centre (former King George School) donated in memory of Edith (Rowe) Ferguson, first member
Looking at the path leading up to the Painswick school house. The one-room Warnica school house can be seen in the distance.
Ms. Goodfellow’s (Baker) students at Warnica Public School work dilligently in their classroom in the old Painswick School building.
Students enjoy a baseball game during the school picnic at 13A Innisfil Huronia Public School.
Mrs. Lougheed and students from 13A Innisfil Huronia Public School at the school picnic.
A student of Ms. Goodfellow (Baker) poses at the end of a school day, at 13A Innisfil Huronia Public School.
Students of Warnica Public School on Warnica Road stand on stage during a school assembly.
Students of Ms. Goodfellow’s (Baker) class at Warnica Public School work diligently in the old Painswick School building.
Students of Warnica Public School working independently in the old Painswick School classroom.
The entrance to King Edward Public School, originally known at Burton Avenue School.
The Grammar School at the corner of Rodney Street and Blake Street was built in 1849. Became a High School in 1868, and then a Collegiate Institute in 1880.
Margaret Goodfellow (Baker) student teaching at Prince of Wales Public School, prior to her first placement at Huronia Public School.
The lawn of St. John Vianney School is littered with wood following the tornado. The roof of the school was lifted and completely destroyed.
Exterior of Steele Street Public School.
Looking towards the West side of Steele Street Public School.
West Ward (Prince of Wales) Public School on Bradford Street. Built by Loan and Strong in 1876-77.
Carol and Cathy Warnica biking on the first day of school. Taken on Cox Mill Road and what would become Warnica Road. At the time of this photo it was a tractor path to the barn where Warnica Public School now stands.
Warnica Public School.
Portage View Elementary School Grade 6 Class.
Looking at Collier Street, facing North from Dunlop Street East. From left to right the buildings seen are the Presbyterian Church, the second Trinity Anglican Church and Central (Victoria) Public School.
A teacher instructs students in a craft at Codrington Public School.
Students work on a Christmas craft at Codrington Public School.
Ice sculptures outside of Codrington Public School.
Students play outside amongst snow sculptures at Codrington Public School.
Students in a primary class pose for the camera at Codrington Public School.
Students participate in a puppet show in a primary class at Codrington Public School.
Students play in an indoor sandbox at Codrington Public School.
Students work on a paper mache craft in class at Codrington Public School.
Teachers observe their students at work in their classroom at Codrington Public School.
Exterior of Codrington Public School on a winter day.
Snow Sculptures outside Codrington Public School.
Students light a mock olympic torch in the yard of Codrington Public School.
Custodians Ron Lambert and Billy Ray outside of Codrington Public School.
Exterior of Codrington Public School.
Kindergarten students at Codrington Public School take off their shoes in preparation for class.
Students work on art at Codrington Public School.
Students enjoy a game of hockey at Codrington Public School.
Students in a Kindergarten class at Codrington Public School learn about Spring.
Students work on assignments at Codringtin Public School.
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