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Ann Arbor Board of Education Names New School On Newport Rd. Wines Elementary School, February 1957

Ann Arbor Board of Education Names New School On Newport Rd. Wines Elementary School, February 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 21, 1957
Caption
For 1,500 Pupils: The three new elementary school buildings pictured costing a total of $2,490,197, will house up to 1,500 kindergarten through sixth graders when they open in September. The three schools were named last night by the Ann Arbor Board of Education in honor of educators who served in local public schools. The new Levi D. Wines School (top, at left) [this photo] at Newport and Sunset Rds. and the Carrie M. Dicken School (bottom, at left) west of the end of Coronado Dr. each cost about $811,000. They will be finished April 15 and June 1, respectively. The Judson G. Pattengill School (above) at Carhart Ave. and Crestland Dr. will be finished in May. It cost $867,615.

Nearly Completed Wines Elementary School On Newport Road, March 1957

Nearly Completed Wines Elementary School On Newport Road, March 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 23, 1957
Caption
New Wines School: This $811,000, 18-classroom Wines Elementary School at Newport and Sunset Rds. is about 97 per cent complete. Just interior finishing work remains. Architect Charles W. Lane said today the structure will be finished April 15, more than two weeks ahead of the official May 1 completion date. The 12-acre school site has been finish-graded and seeded except for the area immediately adjacent to the building, Lane said. The new school, when occupied in September, will provide facilities for 600 kindergartners through sixth graders.

First Day at New Wines Elementary School, September 1957

First Day at New Wines Elementary School, September 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1957
Caption
Getting Set For School: All over the city youngsters were registering for school today. Here's a corner of the new Wines Elementary School in the city's northwest section as parents brought their children to register there for the first time. Two other new elementaries similarly are being used for the first time this week.