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There is also a blackboard in the old Greensville Public School.
A few whiteboards and smart boards
Julie Bentley found a piece of chalk.
"Thank you for your memories," she wrote . ".
The bittersweet of 169.
You can tell she's a teacher.
1982 and 1985 in Greensville—
Elegant, correct cursive.
Who is she thanking?
The building itself. The history.
All down.
The children painted their hands on the wall.
The kindergarten is located in a part of the school, preserved in the beautiful original building, with a central gable and bell tower built in 1848.
Greensville School is one of the oldest schools in the area.
But, two years later, when it plans to re-open the same location and the new building, it has to be calculated from scratch.
The community said goodbye on Tuesday.
Thanks to the help of Jane gaffler, the auditorium was transformed into a Archival holy place for the farewell ceremony, almost an elegiac ceremony
Wealth and her committee;
Thanks to Waterdown High School Museum-
Rob frosman with kids here
So much change, so much history
The Transformation of World War, technology and settlement mode.
Its power is reflected in all the lingering fleeting impressions left by the weight of different ages in photos and souvenirs.
"I remember when we came out for a break, the cows lined up in front of the fence to see our children," city councillor Judy Partridge told me . ".
Tew's farm returned to school.
Michelle Teva's family named herself the nearby Teva falls, and she told the principal's husband at the party --"B. C.
Before cell phones, credit cards and climate change
Used to make a skating rink for the children that could last the whole winter.
Former teachers John Crozer and Eric McNair produced a book for 150 in 1998 and looked for some material on a book made for the centennial in 1947.
"From the countryside to the suburbs, the entire population has changed.
John said: "from 68 to 88, the first person to teach computers was there.
But we had a good time.
Anne Campbell.
The story of generations to tell.
Her grandmother, modd Moore, teaches in Greensville.
Anne took part in the event with her siblings, and then all three of Annie's children graduated from there, and the last was in 2012.
She's a volunteer.
"It would be strange to go down without these corridors," she told me . ".
In a moving speech later, she swore to the wall of her hand (
Including caretaker, Janet McManamy.
Will take photos, zoom in and install in the new school.
Bruce Piken mentioned the amazing life
Change teachers like Mr. Rayner.
Gregory Hicks found a picture of his mother, Geneva robolad, in a photo of a class in her 30 s.
This is the event.
"It's a mixed melancholy, but it's mostly optimistic about having a new school," principal Kelly mccloi said . ".
Jmahoney @ thespec. com 905-526-
There is also a blackboard in the old Greensville Public School.
A few whiteboards and smart boards
Julie Bentley found a piece of chalk.
"Thank you for your memories," she wrote . ".
The bittersweet of 169.
You can tell she's a teacher.
1982 and 1985 in Greensville—
Elegant, correct cursive.
Who is she thanking?
The building itself. The history.
All down.
The children painted their hands on the wall.
The kindergarten is located in a part of the school, preserved in the beautiful original building, with a central gable and bell tower built in 1848.
Greensville School is one of the oldest schools in the area.
But, two years later, when it plans to re-open the same location and the new building, it has to be calculated from scratch.
The community said goodbye on Tuesday.
Thanks to the help of Jane gaffler, the auditorium was transformed into a Archival holy place for the farewell ceremony, almost an elegiac ceremony
Wealth and her committee;
Thanks to Waterdown High School Museum-
Rob frosman with kids here
So much change, so much history
The Transformation of World War, technology and settlement mode.
Its power is reflected in all the lingering fleeting impressions left by the weight of different ages in photos and souvenirs.
"I remember when we came out for a break, the cows lined up in front of the fence to see our children," city councillor Judy Partridge told me . ".
Tew's farm returned to school.
Michelle Teva's family named herself the nearby Teva falls, and she told the principal's husband at the party --"B. C.
Before cell phones, credit cards and climate change
Used to make a skating rink for the children that could last the whole winter.
Former teachers John Crozer and Eric McNair produced a book for 150 in 1998 and looked for some material on a book made for the centennial in 1947.
"From the countryside to the suburbs, the entire population has changed.
John said: "from 68 to 88, the first person to teach computers was there.
But we had a good time.
Anne Campbell.
The story of generations to tell.
Her grandmother, modd Moore, teaches in Greensville.
Anne took part in the event with her siblings, and then all three of Annie's children graduated from there, and the last was in 2012.
She's a volunteer.
"It would be strange to go down without these corridors," she told me . ".
In a moving speech later, she swore to the wall of her hand (
Including caretaker, Janet McManamy.
Will take photos, zoom in and install in the new school.
Bruce Piken mentioned the amazing life
Change teachers like Mr. Rayner.
Gregory Hicks found a picture of his mother, Geneva robolad, in a photo of a class in her 30 s.
This is the event.
"It's a mixed melancholy, but it's mostly optimistic about having a new school," principal Kelly mccloi said . ".
Jmahoney @ thespec. com 905-526-
There is also a blackboard in the old Greensville Public School.
A few whiteboards and smart boards
Julie Bentley found a piece of chalk.
"Thank you for your memories," she wrote . ".
The bittersweet of 169.
You can tell she's a teacher.
1982 and 1985 in Greensville—
Elegant, correct cursive.
Who is she thanking?
The building itself. The history.
All down.
The children painted their hands on the wall.
The kindergarten is located in a part of the school, preserved in the beautiful original building, with a central gable and bell tower built in 1848.
Greensville School is one of the oldest schools in the area.
But, two years later, when it plans to re-open the same location and the new building, it has to be calculated from scratch.
The community said goodbye on Tuesday.
Thanks to the help of Jane gaffler, the auditorium was transformed into a Archival holy place for the farewell ceremony, almost an elegiac ceremony
Wealth and her committee;
Thanks to Waterdown High School Museum-
Rob frosman with kids here
So much change, so much history
The Transformation of World War, technology and settlement mode.
Its power is reflected in all the lingering fleeting impressions left by the weight of different ages in photos and souvenirs.
"I remember when we came out for a break, the cows lined up in front of the fence to see our children," city councillor Judy Partridge told me . ".
Tew's farm returned to school.
Michelle Teva's family named herself the nearby Teva falls, and she told the principal's husband at the party --"B. C.
Before cell phones, credit cards and climate change
Used to make a skating rink for the children that could last the whole winter.
Former teachers John Crozer and Eric McNair produced a book for 150 in 1998 and looked for some material on a book made for the centennial in 1947.
"From the countryside to the suburbs, the entire population has changed.
John said: "from 68 to 88, the first person to teach computers was there.
But we had a good time.
Anne Campbell.
The story of generations to tell.
Her grandmother, modd Moore, teaches in Greensville.
Anne took part in the event with her siblings, and then all three of Annie's children graduated from there, and the last was in 2012.
She's a volunteer.
"It would be strange to go down without these corridors," she told me . ".
In a moving speech later, she swore to the wall of her hand (
Including caretaker, Janet McManamy.
Will take photos, zoom in and install in the new school.
Bruce Piken mentioned the amazing life
Change teachers like Mr. Rayner.
Gregory Hicks found a picture of his mother, Geneva robolad, in a photo of a class in her 30 s.
This is the event.
"It's a mixed melancholy, but it's mostly optimistic about having a new school," principal Kelly mccloi said . ".
Jmahoney @ thespec. com 905-526-
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