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The Early Years of the School



It was always the desire of the parish to have a Parochial School. At a meeting in the spring of 1925 the congregation gave their unanimous consent to the building of the school and cheerfully voted to expend the sum of $42,000 for the project having only raised $20,000. Although with the construction of the new school, the parish assumed a debt of $22,000, this burden, rested on willing shoulders. The building, which would consist of six classrooms (two of which were used as the sister’s convent), a gymnasium and auditorium, was designed by John O. Bach and built by contractors Jenson and Campbell.


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