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|Years schools built||1874|
|General location||Southern part of Grant; about halfway between North St. Paul and Stillwater.|
|Modern address||Located on Hwy. 36.|
|District boundaries||Eagle Point Lake marks the southwestern corner, the district stretches about four miles east from there and a couple miles north.|
|Disposition||Now a residence.|
|Notes||1874: District established,
1898: The blackboards are remodeled. Before, the blackboards were just boards painted black.
1933: Lohman teams win first honors in athletics, and took championships in Newcomb and relay events in track finals.
*Enrollment in 1898: 32 students. In 1938: 21 students.
*School was for 4 months in the 1870s.
*School contained grades 1-8.
|Memories:||"Recess time was always a fun time as we played softball... sometimes our teacher would play with us and because there were many ages, we never had to worry about being good at everything... In the spring of the year when the snow melted, there was always water flowing through the ditch in front of the school to a large pond... we made paper boats and raced them and had great fun." -Dorothy Drusch Doerr|
|1874-5: Theodore Wier
1898: Lizzie Elliott
1938-9: Harriet Richert
1939: Harriet Richert
1945-6: Femicha Anderson
1946-7: Femicha Anderson
Other teachers: (before 1898): Elsie Bloomer, Martha R. Elliott, Mr. Borell, Miss Hannan, Clara Dotts, Mary Day, Matie Collopy, Emma Scott, Mollie Lane, Kate McGary.