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Sutton School Students Build Model Farmyard, April 1942

Sutton School Students Build Model Farmyard, April 1942 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 10, 1942
Caption
Pupils of the Sutton school in Northfield township decided this winter they needed more than theory in their social and science studies, so, with the aid of their teacher, Gertrude A. Doorn, they have built up the model farm yard shown above. And to make it more realistic, Norene Denune, shown at the right, has brought in a pen of live baby chicks. Other pupils shown above are Esther Maulbetsch, left, a first grader; Harry Clement, jr., a second grader, and Ernest Honke, an eighth grader. All children in the school worked on the project.

Sutton School 75 Years Old

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Parent Issue
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19
Month
May
Year
1950
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David Steffe Puts Books In His Desk On His First Day At Sutton School, September 1951

David Steffe Puts Books In His Desk On His First Day At Sutton School, September 1951 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1951
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David Steffe of 4821 Pontiac Trail, a second-grader at Sutton School on Joy Rd., typifies the nearly 3,000 rural students who returned to Washtenaw county schools this morning. Teacher Mrs. Marguerite Tapp of Ann Arbor shows him how to stow his books in his desk. Sutton is one of about 90 county rural schools, many of them one-room.

Sutton School District Erased

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Day
26
Month
September
Year
1960
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21
Month
April
Year
1974
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Students Outside Braun School, November 1960

Students Outside Braun School, November 1960 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 17, 1960
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HAPPY SCHOLARS: Leaving Braun School, at Whitmore Lake and Joy Rds., for the day are third-graders Margaret Rudelich and Paul Talayco, both seven years old, as sixth-graders Robert Cranson and Betsy Rudelich, both 11, pause on the porch to contemplate another hour in the pleasant atmosphere of the 110-year-old one-room school. Braun is one of a handful of rural schools still active in Washtenaw county.