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Exterior of the new Carpenter School in Pittsfield Township, November 1952

Exterior of the new Carpenter School in Pittsfield Township, November 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 7, 1952
Caption
The new $140,000 Carpenter School, southeast of the Washtenaw Rd.-US-23 intersection in Pittsfield township, will hold open house from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Monday. The cinder block brick-face structure contains five regular classrooms, a self-contained kindergarten (including lavatory) and a multi-purpose room. After a bond issue was approved last April, construction began in June and pupils moved in Oct. 6. Architect Walter Anicka designed it and Minion Construction Co. of Ypsilanti was the builder.

Kindergarten room at the new Carpenter School in Pittsfield Township, November 1952

Kindergarten room at the new Carpenter School in Pittsfield Township, November 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 7, 1952
Caption
The new Carpenter School kindergarten room incorporates modern window alls, green chalk boards, plenty of bulletin board space and blond birch furnishings. The school now houses about 100 pupils, kindergarten through sixth grade, and has two rooms for expansion in addition to a multi-purpose room. The new building replaces the former one-room building on Carpenter Rd. (US-23), and other rented space, Supt. Merton C. Teare said.

Ceremonial Meadowview Closing Set

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Day
15
Month
June
Year
1972
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